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FACTION LABS clinically dosed Pre-Workout, DISORDER delivers extreme energy, razor-sharp focus, improved endurance, increased strength and insane pumps!
With 12 grams of active ingredients, DISORDER possesses everything you need to destroy your next training session.
Prepare yourself for:
DISORDER raises the bar when it comes to all-out dosed ingredients for all-out performance.
DISORDER’s combination of cutting-edge stimulants, nootropic blend and maximally dosed nitric oxide ingredients makes it the most exciting pre-workout supplement to hit shelves! With an unmatched, transparent ingredient panel, DISORDER will get you to the highest level of motivation and determination you will ever experience.
Citrulline Malate 6 grams*
Citrulline Malate has been clinically researched to enhance strength, power and repeat high-intensity performance in those supplementing with at least 4g prior to exercise1. Once consumed, Citrulline Malate is utilised to increase Arginine levels, leading to bigger pumps, whilst also enhancing the production of energy known as ATP, which is responsible for increasing performance2.
Beta Alanine 3.2 grams*
Beta Alanine is one of two amino acids responsible for increasing intramuscular Carnosine levels, which has been shown to outperform its counterparts at lactic acid removal3. Supplementing with Beta Alanine enhances endurance as well as high-intensity performance and may also benefit recovery in between sets for those using it to enhance performance in the gym4.
Acetyl L-Tyrosine 500 milligrams*
Acetyl L-Tyrosine is an acetylated form of the amino acid L-Tyrosine with nootropic effects6. It increases attention, motivation and concentration7.
Caffeine Anhydrous 450 milligrams*
Containing a massive 450mg per scoop, DISORDER is both a high stimulant and a high nutrient pre-workout. Caffeine stimulates the release of Adrenaline and Noradrenaline, which provide mental energy, and has been directly linked to increasing both strength and endurance performance when consumed pre-workout5.
Alpha GPC 240 milligrams*
Alpha GPC is a precursor to the neurotransmitter acetylcholine. It is often used as a nootropic for its cognitive enhancing properties. Alpha GPC has also been shown to be beneficial on power output, with Alpha GPC outperforming caffeine and increasing power output by 14%8!
Cocoabuterol 120 milligrams*
Cocoabuterol is one of the newest supplements that has the potential to activate fat burning in the body as well as boost energy and improve mood9. The major active ingredients in Cocoabuterol have incredible benefits including improved Insulin sensitivity, increased muscle protein synthesis, improved blood flow and it also works as a potent anti- inflammatory10.
Mucuna Pruriens 120 milligrams*
Mucuna Pruriens is a supplement extracted from a tropical legume native to Africa which has been used in sports nutrition products for many years. It’s been shown to promote brain health, regulate mood, improve focus and enhance libido11.
L-Theanine 100 milligrams*
L-Theanine is an amino acid extracted from the leaves of camellia sinensis. It helps combat any jitters you may experience from pre-workouts with high amounts of caffeine. L-Theanine has been shown to reduce anxiety, blood pressure and settle an elevated heart rate. It does this by reducing levels of stress hormones such as cortisol12. By itself, L-Theanine is an effective nootropic, but when combined with caffeine, there’s a pronounced synergistic effect which results in heightened focus, awareness, energy and improved mental endurance13.
L-Norvaline 100 milligrams*
L-Norvaline is an amino acid that is derived from the Branched Chain Amino Acid, Valine21. It is known to promote tissue regeneration, muscle growth and increase Nitric Oxide production22. L-Norvaline has also been touted as a potential treatment for Alzheimer's disease due to its function as an arginase inhibitor in the brain23.
Vitamin C 100 milligrams*
Vitamin C is the ultimate scientifically proven vasodilating vitamin. Due to its enhancement of eNOS (Nitric Oxide Enhancing) production and its reduction in ROS (Nitric Oxide Reducing), it delivers incredible bang for buck. Some studies have shown a 200% increase in Nitric Oxide when Vitamin C supplementation was implemented17 18.
Hordenine 40 milligrams*
Hordenine is found in some everyday foods such as barley and bitter orange. Its effects range from increasing energy to protecting the skin. It causes nerve cells to release the neurotransmitters, epinephrine (adrenaline) and norepinephrine (noradrenaline). These molecules increase energy and focus significantly and are part of the “fight-or- flight” response14.
Synephrine 30 milligrams*
Synephrine is a naturally occurring chemical commonly found in the peels of Citrus Plants. It has been sought after by athletes and those looking to lose weight due to its effects on the body’s energy production15. However, this compound can also act as an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent.
Pterostilbene 20 milligrams*
Pterostilbene is a methylated stilbene molecule with a structure similar to Resveratrol. However, Pterostilbene appears to be superior in absorption following oral ingestion and may be a more potent antioxidant and anti- disease molecule with the added benefits of heightened cognition and focus16.
Piperine Extract 8 milligrams*
Of the many benefits that Piperine Extract offers, the one that excites us most, is its ability to improve the absorption of other nutrients within the body20. This is often referred to as, “Bio-enhancement” and it means you’ll get more out of the other nutrients consumed!
Vitamin B12 100 micrograms*
Vitamin B12 is a water-soluble essential vitamin that is vital for the proper function of the circulatory, brain and nervous systems. Our bodies also use Vitamin B12 to produce red blood cells and to repair body tissue19.
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