HUMAVOL X3 ™ is a performance enhancing Pre-Workout Advanced Formula that combines revolutionary ingredients, resulting in the most cutting edge muscle enhancing supplement today. HUMAVOL X3 ™ is the complete pre-workout NeuronTrans supplement. It uses scientifically proven compounds to “get your soul in the routine” (1, 2). The synergistic effect of the combined ingredients Matrix creates a steady flow of NO (Nitric Oxide) over an extended period of time, improving athletic performance and recovery.
HUMAVOL X3 ™ utilizes the latest performance enhancing complex compounds in order to achieve optimal creatine absorption, proper functioning and cell volumization (3, 4, 5). Each serving provides 19165 mg of active ingredients per serving resulting in a greater intracellular flow of fluid and nutrients to the muscle cell.* This increased flow of fluid and nutrients promote muscle recovery and stimulate protein synthesis. For Increased strength and endurance HUMAVOL X3 ™ uses the latest scientifically proven compounds to deliver anabolic technologies with 100% efficiency, triggering instant metabolism, muscle explosion and growth (3, 4, 5, 6, 7). HUMAVOL X3 ™ promotes a much fuller muscular appearance since HUMAVOL X3 ™ engorges the muscle cells with creatine, fluid and nutrients causing a super compensation effect. HUMAVOL X3 ™ sustains nutrient delivery throughout the workout and during post-workout time.
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