Groundbreaking, high-quality supplements have been created, over 30 U.S. and 50 worldwide patents have been acquired and tons of professional athletes and bodybuilders have flocked to Team MuscleTech® for researched and scientifically advanced formulas. From the industry-leading in-house research labs to the fully loaded in-house gym facility at the elite company headquarters, there’s no doubt that the innovative MuscleTech® brand has been developed in an environment that breeds success. As a result, you can rest assured that providing you with the highest quality supplements in the world is a Team MuscleTech promise
Fuel up on quality ingredients you can feel good about! From the biggest name in protein comes a breakthrough cookie that’ll satisfy your muscles – and your taste buds. These delicious, gluten-free, protein-packed cookies are a quick, on-the-go treat for every fitness enthusiast. With 18g of protein and 8g of fiber, they’re a guilt-free indulgence you can feel good about!
QUALITY INGREDIENTS – ZERO INFERIOR PROTEINS
Unlike the competition, our protein cookie delivers 18g of premium quality protein primarily from whey. Other protein cookies use wheat protein as their protein source, which has a significantly lower biological value (BV) than whey. BV is a measure of how much of the protein’s compounds your body holds on to – a higher BV indicates a protein source with more musclebuilding power – and no other protein has a higher biological value than whey!
MuscleTech® Protein Cookies are soft baked for a wholesome and delicious snack with best-in-class taste and texture, and deliver no inferior wheat protein – so you can rest assured you’re getting the best quality protein available!
VaporX5™ Next Gen features three scientifically validated musclebuilding ingredients (beta-alanine, betaine and creatine) to enhance the muscle- and strength-building process by supporting between-set muscle recovery and workout performance.
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Creatine rapidly replenishes the body’s ATP levels. ATP is needed for the biochemical reactions involved in a muscle contraction. As you progress through your workout, the work of the muscle increases, and more and more ATP gets consumed, which must be replaced in order for the muscle to keep lifting. Higher ATP levels allow the body to train harder and recover faster during anaerobic exercise. This will allow for bigger and stronger muscle and strength gains. Each two-scoop serving of VaporX5™ Next Gen featured a clinically researched 3g dose of creatine monohydrate. Creatine monohydrate remains the most researched form of creatine.
Nitrosigine® is a new patented complex of inositol-stabilized arginine silicate that is backed by clinical science and designed to do one thing: crank up nitric oxide levels to force the most unbelievable pumps! Unlike some other pre-workouts that hide their pump ingredients in proprietary blends or use outdated ingredients with no research proving their effectiveness, VaporX5 Next Gen uses a full clinically studied dose of Nitrosigine® in each two-scoop serving.
Directions For NANO VAPOR: This is an extremely strong product. Please read the entire directions before consuming, and follow the tolerance assessment protocol. Assess your tolerance first by mixing 1 serving (1 scoop) with 4 oz. (120mL) of cold water and drinking it about 30 minutes before your daily workout. Then increase the dosage to 2 and then 3 servings mixed with 8 to 12 oz. (240-355mL) of cold water before workout out. Do not exceed 3 servings (3 scoops) in a 24-hour period. Maintain an adequate state of hydration during use.
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