Tough training sessions and competitions strain an athlete’s muscles and create small micro tears the body repairs and rebuilds stronger during the recovery process. To do this, athletes needs to consume and deliver the proper amino acids to their muscles, which assist in the recovery process. Recover Surge provides our 2:1:1 Instantized Branch Chain Amino Acid blend to give athletes the basic building blocks their muscles need to reduce muscle breakdown, stimulate muscle repair and deliver the branch chain amino acids their body needs to jumpstart the recovery process.
Hard training and competitions can dehydrate and deplete the body of vital nutrients, which hamper and slow the recovery process. By assisting in the hydration and replenishment process an athlete’s natural body processes function normally and recover more quickly. Recover Surge replenishes glutamine, which has been shown to improve rehydration after exercise as well as electrolyte uptake. Glutamine reduces muscle catabolism, enhances muscle repair and supports lean muscle tissue. Additionally, a small amount of Highly Branched Cyclic Dextrin has been added to further assist in muscle replenishment by assisting in delivering each ingredient in Recover Surge to the blood stream more quickly and providing a small amount of glycogen to the muscles.
The first step in the recovery process is to replenish depleted energy stores. The faster an athlete can replenish their energy stores post-training the faster their body will begin to focus on repairing muscle damage and speed recovery. Recover Surge includes a matrix of four high-quality creatines and vanadium to replenish depleted cellular energy stores quickly and aid in speeding up the recovery process. PNP’s Creatine Matrix ATP synthesis, muscle size, strength and explosive power without causing the typical side effects of bloating, water retention or need to creatine load that is often associated with low-grade creatines. Additionally, Recover Surge includes Highly Branched Cyclic Dextrin and L-Citrulline Malate to assist with glycogen replenishment, ATP production and creatine regeneration.
Consuming great ingredients for post-training recovery will only help if an athlete’s body can absorb and utilize those ingredients. Recover Surge’s Muscle Re-Load Matrix supports nutrient absorption and utilization to ensure more from each serving of Recover Surge is more quickly absorbed into the bloodstream and utilized by the muscles. Recover Surge also provides a small amount of Highly Branched Cyclic Dextrin which further assist in recovery and makes each ingredient inside Recover Surge more soluble, pulling them through the stomach, intestines and into the blood-stream more quickly to improve nutrient availability and utilization.
Tough training can take its toll on an athlete’s body, leaving it littered with toxins and free radicals that can slow down recovery and put excess stress on the kidneys, liver and lungs. Recover Surge helps the body to clear itself of these toxins that build up during training sessions and help speed the recovery process while mitigating damage to the liver, kidneys, lungs and the body’s cells.
Additionally to the detoxifying benefits, Recover Surge’s Muscle Cleanse Matrix acts as an anti-inflammatory to fight inflammations of joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments. Anti-inflammatory advantages are especially beneficial under tough training regimens, which can leave an athlete’s muscles and joints sore and stiff.
During training, an athlete’s body often becomes depleted of electrolytes, which affects the body’s functionality. From nerve impulses to how well organs function and muscles work, low electrolyte levels can affect and slow down how the body operates and recovers. Electrolytes are chemicals that form ions in body fluids and ensure the body functions at optimal levels. To optimize recovery, Recover Surge replenishes electrolytes and keeps nerves functioning properly to help the body work at optimal levels.
TO GET 10% OFF ON YOUR FIRST ORDER, THE LATEST ON NEW RELEASES AND MORE. . .