BPI SPORTS 1.M.R VORTEX™ - Fruit Punch

BPI SPORTS 1.M.R VORTEX™ - Fruit Punch - BPI SPORTS - GNC Zoom
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Description

Pre-Training Powder
May Experience:
  • Increased Strength*
  • Unstoppable Energy*
  • Enhanced Performance*

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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Supplemental Facts

Serving Size 1 Scoop
Servings Per Container 50
Amount Per Serving % DV
Niacin (as Nicotinic Acid) 20.00 mg100%
FULL SPEED VORTEX MATRIX (Proprietary) 1705.00 mg**
 Caffeine (as Caffeine Anhydrous) **
 Glycerol (as Glycerol Monostearate) **
 Yohimbe (Pausinystalia yohimbe) (bark) **
 Indigo pulchra (aerial) **
 Ceylon leadwort (Plumbago zeylanica) (root) **
 Securinega suffruticosa (leaf and root) **
** Daily Value (DV) not established

Product Directions / Additional Info

USE ON TRAINING DAYS ONLY. PLEASE BEGIN WITH ONE SERVING (1 SCOOP) TO ASSESS TOLERANCE LEVEL. Take one (1) serving (1 scoop) approximately 15-30 minutes prior to training, blended into 6-8 ounces of cold water or beverage, or as suggested by a qualified healthcare practitioner. Important Note(s): Do not exceed two (2) servings (2 scoops) in a 24 hour period. Avoid eating food or drinking a protein shake within an hour after consuming 1MR Vortex™. To avoid sleeplessness, do not take within four (4) hours of bedtime. Taking 1MR Vortex™ with food, or on a full stomach, may diminish its effects.

Other Ingredients: Maltodextrin, Citric Acid, Natural and Artificial Flavors, Sucralose, Malic Acid, Acesulfame-K, FD&C Red No. 40

Warning: Not intended for use by persons under age 18. Do not exceed recommended dose. Do not take for more than eight (8) consecutive weeks. This product should not be taken by pregnant or lactating women. Get the consent of a licensed physician before using this product, especially if you are taking medication, have a medical condition, or thinking about becoming pregnant. KEEP THIS PRODUCT AND ALL SUPPLEMENTS OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN.

Caffeine warning: The recommended serving of this product contains approximately as much caffeine as three cups of coffee. Do not consume caffeine, or combine with synephrine, including but not limited to coffee, tea, soda and other dietary supplements or medications containing phenylephrine or caffeine. Too much caffeine may cause nervousness, irritability, sleeplessness, and occasionally rapid heartbeat. Discontinue use if you experience dizziness, severe headache, rapid heartbeat or shortness of breath.

Caution: 1MR VORTEX™ contains the B vitamin niacin. Niacin may cause temporary flushing, tingling, skin reddening, and sensations of heat, especially if taken on an empty stomach. This is a common reaction.

Manufactured for and Distributed By: BPI Sports. Hollywood, FL 33312.

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Compression Clothing for Sports and Fitness: Are the Benefits Real?

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Compression clothing is one of the latest trends to hit the sports and fitness scene. Compression clothes hug the body tightly-the theory is that they assist with blood flow by squeezing the muscles almost as a massage would. It's thought that this reduces fatigue and soreness after exercise. Other claims surrounding the utility of compression clothes include that they increase the ability to sense how one's body is positioned in space (known as proprioception), and that they help with oxygen delivery for enhanced sports performance.

Unfortunately, as great as this all sounds, a recent article on the New York Times Well Blog suggests that the science is mixed when it comes to backing up the hype. A new study published this month found that compression clothes did not increase maximal oxygen uptake or beneficially alter running mechanics in 16 trained, distance runners. Another study from 2013 measured whether compression clothes increased blood flow to leg muscles post-exercise-and found that they did not. At the same time, however, a review of more than 30 studies did find small or moderately beneficial effects from compression clothing on a number of fitness metrics, including extending time to exhaustion, time-trial performance, and a reduction in muscle swelling and perceived muscle pain during recovery. One problem with doing research on compression clothing is that the study participants cannot be blinded-that is, they know whether they are wearing the clothing, which may contribute to increased performance in the form of a placebo-effect. Partly for this reason, it could be a while until science can finally unravel whether the claimed benefits are real. In the meantime, since there don't appear to be serious side effects from wearing compression clothes, people can experiment with them without too much concern.