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305g cola
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Food supplement KNOCKOUT 2.0

Increases energy production in a muscle cell, improving endurance

Improves concentration and eliminates tiredness and promotes regeneration processes

Contains a high portion of L-citrulline and beta-alanine as well as L-arginine, L-tyrosine, taurine and caffeine supplemented with plant extracts

price from: £24.99

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Per portion (9,6 g)

 

Blasting Energy Outbreak

We bring you the Knockout 2.0 probably the most powerful pre workout on the market.

You think that you have tried the best Pre-Workout  check this out!

Take a portion wait 15 min and reach all your training goals.

Caffeine is one of the most proven performance-enhancing supplements in history. It increases performance, decreases fatigue, and promotes fat burning

200 mg caffeine per portion blows up your focus and readiness to a new levels!

Combination of L-Arginine and L-Cytruline gives an extraordinary and blasting Muscle pump effect.

Main characteristics :

- strong stimulation of the nervous system

- Razor sharp concertation
- Blasting muscle pump
- 50 mega portions

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4 TASTY FLAVOURS

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fresh citrus
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Nutrition information 1 portion
(6,1 g of powder)
Beta-alanine 2100 mg
L-arginine 1100 mg
L-citrulline 600 mg
Taurine 600 mg
Caffeine 200 mg
Cayenne pepper extract (Capsicum annuum L.)
    of which capsaicin (8%)
25 mg
2,0 mg
Black pepper extract (Piper nigrum L.)
    of which piperine (95%)
7,5 mg
7,1 mg

Recommended use: take 1 portion (6,1 g of powder) daily about 30 minutes before training. Add 1 portion (6,1 g = ½ scoop) to 250 ml of water. Consume directly after preparation. 
Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet. A varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle are recommended. 

Warnings: KNOCKOUT™ 2.0 contains caffeine. Not recommended for children or pregnant women (caffeine content: 200 mg/ daily dose).

The product is not recommended during lactation and under 12 years of age. Keep out of reach of young children. Consult with a doctor before use if cardiovascular conditions are abnormal. Do not use if you are hypersensitive to any of the constituents of the preparation. Do not consume other products containing caffeine at the same time (e.g.: other food supplements, coffee). Do not exceed a daily intake of 400 mg of caffeine from all sources. Do not use before bedtime or during the immediately preceding hours before sleep. The sediment may occur, which does not affect the quality and effect of the product.

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