Who actually enjoys putting harmful or flat-out unknown substances into their body? If you’re like us, then you’re all about getting healthier and stronger with each passing day, but life isn’t some game of supplement roulette. Reading the ingredient list on your pre-workout drink packet shouldn’t be like reading the back of your shampoo bottle when you’re using the restroom and you’ve forgotten your phone. Really, you’re doing your body, mind, and workouts a favor by going with the safest pre-workout we know of here at 2010 Labs.
Knowing what’s in your pre-workout counts - we’ve written about it before. Our ingredients are transparent and plainly listed here at Simply Pre-Workout; we don’t hide behind any vague proprietary blends or exaggerate our claims. To us, Simply Pre-Workout is...simple. Get the workout intensity, endurance and mental clarity to take your fitness to the next level by checking out the most healthy pre-workout today!*
Now, we’re going to go over some of the quality ingredients that you’ll find in Simply Pre-Workout.
It's very simple. You cannot create A.T.P. without the three main ingredients of Adenine, Ribose, and Phosphate. We create energy naturally, the way the body was designed to create energy. Others have tried to stimulate the body's cells using, well...stimulants. At 2010 Labs, we don't overstimulate the cell. Instead, we use raw, natural products to give the cell all of the aminos it needs to have energy as a naturally-occurring byproduct.
First used in powder form by people in the fitness industry who were looking to preserve muscle tissue, L-Glutamine is an amino acid, or as you probably learned in middle school biology, a building block of protein. As the most abundant amino acid in your bloodstream, L-Glutamine makes up roughly 30-35 percent of the amino acid nitrogen in your blood. Bodybuilders and fitness junkies alike take L-Glutamine for its key roles in protein metabolism, cell volumizing, and anti-catabolism, which helps prevent the breakdown of your muscles. This common amino acid is also helpful in losing stubborn body fat without losing any muscle.
This technically non-essential beta-amino acid has quickly become essential in the pre-workout market over the last several years. Found in many pre-workout products, Beta Alanine is responsible for that characteristic tingle that a lot of people experience when they take pre-workout. Essentially, Beta Alanine raises your muscle carnosine levels and increases the amount of work you can perform at high intensities. In short, this vital pre-workout ingredient helps delay fatigue and particularly benefits high-intensity, short-duration exercises.
As one of the five nitrogenous bases that comprise the code in your DNA and RNA, adenine is also an important part of adenosine triphosphate, or ATP. As you probably also learned in science class, ATP is used in cellular metabolism as one of the basic methods of transferring chemical energy from one reaction to another. Given the sheer level of exertion during a strenuous workout, maintaining and supporting your ATP levels helps provide the energy you need to continue exercising.
You’ve probably seen Vitamin B12 in a number of products, even popular homeopathic products like Emergen-C. Also known as Methylcobalamin, Vitamin B12 has been shown to help boost the immune system to assist the post-workout recovery process, so it only makes sense to combine it with Vitamin C. Post-workout recovery is crucial for serious athletes because intense workouts can become problematic for the body if proper supplementation is not administered. You’re putting your body through quite a lot when it comes to strenuous lifting and cardio, and while moderate exercise has shown to help prevent common illnesses, you don’t want to overdo it.
You’ve probably heard “Drink your milk!” a number of times as a kid, and hey, maybe even as a fully-grown adult, too. As most people know, calcium is an essential mineral that you need for many bodily functions and healthy bone development. Calcium also happens to easily bond with phosphate, an essential part of cell membranes and nucleic acids. Phosphate also plays an important role in many biological processes including energy production, cell signaling, and bone mineralization. Naturally, your muscles and your bones are a package deal in the human body, and good bone strength supports good muscle strength. Given all of the stress that your workouts put on your muscles, tricalcium phosphate is very useful as a preventative health measure and supporter of bone strength.
If you’re serious about bulking up and getting in shape, you’re not doing yourself any favors by merely slamming a handful of almonds and some water before you hit the gym. Pre and post-workout drinks matter, and what’s in those drinks is even more important. At 2010 Labs, our mission is to help deliver better, safer and more effective workouts to people around the world. So why wait and hope for a better workout? Take action and shop the safest pre-workout you’ll find with Simply Pre-Workout!*
*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.