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4+4 free Citru-AAKG liquid shot – the real endurance vial EXP September 2020

  • Improves Blood Flow to cells
  • Improves Heart Rate Recovery time
  • Improves Oxygen & Nutrient supply to cells
  • Increases  VO2Max Endurance to the maximum
  • Increases Performance Intensity to the maximum
  • Increases Peak Power Output & Explosive Strength
  • Makes Recovery Faster
  • Increases the fat & glucose Metabolic Rate
  • Delays Lactic Acid Synthesis

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CITRU-AAKG Liquid Booster








NEW! CITRU-AAKG LIQUID SHOT  –  Sweet Lemon / Lime flavour.

The best of the best endurance & performance pre-workout shot you heve ever tried…is getting even better.

With 25% more Vit  B3 & B6, extra 1000mg glucuronolactone and a more effective Citrulline form (Citrulline Malate 2:1), will make you unable to train without this again!

Longer and more intense training, Insane improvement of VO2Max levels, Better Recovery, Higher blood flow and nutrients delivery into your tissues..

Also, it comes in a more convenient box with 4 vials in and a much better taste! 


Each 60ml vial contains:
  • 3000mg    Beta-alanine
  • 2000mg    L-Citruline Malate 2:1
  • 2000mg    Arginine AKG
  • 1000mg    Taurine
  • 200mg      Caffeine Anhydrous
  • 1000mg    Glucuronolactone
  • 20mg         Vitamin B3
  • 2mg            Vitamin B6



L-Citrulline is one of the three amino acids with a significant role in the urea cycle, alongside L-arginine and L-Ornithine.

L-Citrulline is used in sports  as a performance enhancing (more endurance, more oxygen, less lactic acid)  and cardiovascular health (better blood flow, less heart pressure) supplement.

L-Citrulline supplementation results in reduced fatigue and improved endurance for both aerobic and anaerobic prolonged exercise but L-citrulline supplementation does not improve power output during exercise.

Using L-Citrulline also increases ornithine and arginine plasma concentration, improves the ammonia recycling process and nitric oxide metabolism. 


L-Citrulline Malate 2:1, is a combination of 2 parts of L-Citrulline bonded with 1 part of DL-Malic acid, a dicarboxylic acid that has strong ergogenic effect.

It can increase the peack power output and also can give a benefit of endurance in high intensity, making the athlete train harder and longer.

Strength & Conditioning Nutrition UK, included a world leading concentration of L-Citrulline-DL-Malate 2:1 , of 8400mg, which will, for sure, increase your sport performance, endurance and power from the very first day of use.



L-Arginine is an amino acid that directly produces Nitric Oxide via the nitric oxide synthase enzymes. It will help the athletes increase their performance and be able to train longer.

Arginine AlphaKetoGlutarate, is a combination of L-Arginine and Alphaketoglutarate, one ketones that comes from glutaric acid as a derivative.

This ketone, breaks down sugars and amino acids (like L-Arginine and L-Citrulline), so it makes the 2 basic ingredients of our formula even more powerful.

a-KG, also is one of the most important nitrogen transports in metabolic pathways, it increases the metabolic rate of L-Proline and Hydroxyproline, which play a key role in Type-I collagen formation.

Arginine AlphaKetoGlutarate, also contributes in many Krebs Cycle reactions, the main mechanism of energy production of our body’s cells.


Arginine AlphaKetoGlutarate and L-Citrulline Malate 2:1, have sawn that when combined together, they help athletes decrease their heart beat rate faster during and after training.



Beta Alanine

Beta alanine is a nutritional supplement widely used by athletes  to improve performance and endurance. This non essential amino acid occurs naturally in the body and is also found in foods rich in proteins. Amino acids are the building blocks of protein, the primary fuel for muscle growth.

Beta alanine alone, however, cannot be turned into a protein. Its role is to promote high intramuscular concentrations of carnosine, a small molecule composed of the amino acids histidine and alanine.

Carnosine acts as a buffering agent that helps maintain an optimal muscle pH range which delays the onset of muscular failure.



  • Boosts explosive muscular strength and power output
  • Boosts muscular anaerobic endurance
  • Increases aerobic endurance
  • Increases exercise capacity so you can train harder and longer



  • Glucuronolactone is most commonly known as a popular component of energy drinks
  • Glucuronolactone is a normal human metabolite formed from glucose, but is only present in small amounts in the diet
  • In the body it exists as in physiological equilibrium with glucuronic acid
  • Therefore supplementation with glucuronolactone boosts glucuronic acid and association phase II glucuronidation
  • Supplementation with glucuronolactone may improve liver function through its link with glucuronidation
  • Typical doses of glucuronolactone in energy drinks and supplements are generally considered to be safe



Glucuronolactone (D-glucurono-gamma-lactone) is a naturally occurring solid white compound that has applications for bodybuilding and exercise. It is one of the lesser known ingredients, but there is evidence to suggest that it may be useful in increasing both physical and mental performance.



In physiological trials, glucuronolactone has been shown to inhibit the synthesis of toxic by-products of intensive exercise as well as other negative effects causing fatigue (Tamura et al, 1968). Various studies have investigated products containing glucuronolactone on physical performance. When human subjects were given an energy drink containing a combination of glucuronolactone, caffeine, and taurine, it was found that they experienced improvements in aerobic and anaerobic performance compared to those receiving a control (Alford et al, 2001). When used in a pre workout supplement, glucuronolactone in combination with the aforementioned ingredients resulted in an increase in total repetitions performed. This also led to an increase in an anabolic response among supplemented people (Hoffman et al, 2008). These results were later reproduced and supported by the same group of researchers (Gonzalez et al, 2011). Such results suggest that glucuronolactone may help to increase strength and lean gains when used in conjunction with weight training.



It has been reported that not only does glucuronolactone help to improve physical performance, there is also evidence to suggests it helps to increase mental performance. When given an energy drink containing glucuronolactone, subjects showed significant improvements in reaction time, concentration, and memory (Alford et al, 2001).

Glucoronolactone has an excellent synergistic effect when combined with citrulline and caffeine




Primary Roles of Taurine in the Body:

Taurine is found in several organs, and its benefits are widespread.

Its direct roles include:

  • Maintaining proper hydration and electrolyte balance in your cells
  • Forming bile salts, which play an important role in digestion
  • Regulating minerals such as calcium within cells
  • Supporting the general function of the central nervous system and eyes
  • Regulating immune system health and antioxidant function



 The Benefits of Caffeine for Endurance Athletes

Most athletes, especially endurance athletes often use caffeine as a performance and endurance enhancing ingredient.

Caffeine may be the most widely used stimulant in the world. It can come in many forms such as coffee, nutrition supplements, tea, soft drinks, energy drinks and chocolate.

Caffeine can reach its highest levels in the blood approximately one hour after ingestion.

It can have a stimulant effect on the brain as well as affect blood pressure, pulse rate, stomach acid production and fat stores.



Caffeine may help mobilize fat stores, enabling the body to use fat as its primary fuel source. By utilizing fat as fuel, this allows the body to spare glycogen, which is an additional fuel source for the body stored in the muscles and liver. (For more on this check out Why Athletes Need Carbohydrates). By delaying muscle glycogen depletion, exercise can be prolonged enabling the athlete to go harder, longer, faster and perform more reps before fatigue.

Glycogen sparing is most crucial in the first 15 minutes of exercise. This is when caffeine can help significantly decrease glycogen depletion. Even though caffeine reaches its highest levels in the blood 45 to 60 minutes after ingestion, some research suggest consuming caffeine three or more hours before exercise is most beneficial. The reason is that caffeine may have a maximum effect on fat stores several hours after peak blood levels.

The Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition says that caffeine in the amount equivalent to one to three cups of coffee lowers heart rate during sub-maximal exercise, but not at near maximal or maximal exercise. The effects of caffeine were measured during dynamic leg exercise on a cycle ergometer. According to the Journal of Applied Physiology, no significant differences were noted in terms of heart rate.

Recent work by the ACSM, on well-trained athletes reported that 3-9mg caffeine per kg (kilogram) of body weight one-hour prior to exercise increased running and cycling endurance in the laboratory.



Caffeine may also help assist in enhancing recovery after exercise. According to the American Physiological Society, four hours post-exercise, muscle glycogen increased 66 percent by ingesting a carbohydrate drink containing caffeine as compared to the carbohydrate-only drink. This type of increase in muscle glycogen can help to expedite recovery and it will help to make the next day’s workout that much more productive. The carbohydrate and caffeine drink post-exercise also resulted in higher blood glucose and plasma insulin.



Each individual can respond differently to caffeine. It can have many side effects such as poor sleep quality, gastrointestinal distress, fatigue, headaches, muscle cramping, dehydration and anxiety. Caffeine can also have a diuretic effect by increasing blood flow to the kidneys and inhibiting the re-absorption of sodium and water. According to the American Medical Association Council on Scientific Affairs, moderate consumption of caffeine likely has no negative effect on one’s health, as long as an otherwise healthy nutrition and fitness lifestyle is followed.



Based on information provided by the IOC (International Olympic Committee), athletes are allowed up to 12 ug (micorgrams) caffeine per milliliter urine before it is considered illegal (15 ug as per the NCAA).  These limits allow athletes to consume ‘normal’ amounts of caffeine prior to competition.

In summary, caffeine may help assist in performance and recovery. As with any supplement/drug, be sure to use responsibly and always consult with your physician if you have any questions regarding caffeine use and your known medical condition(s), current medications, etc.

source: www.trainingpeaks.com


Details: Each box contains 4 vials of 60ml.


For light weight or amateur athletes: 30ml (1/2 of the vial content) 10-15 minutes before training
For heavy weight or professional athletes: 60ml (1 vial) 10-15 minutes before training



Each 60ml vial contains:
  • 3000mg    Beta-alanine
  • 2000mg    L-Citruline Malate 2:1
  • 2000mg    Arginine AKG
  • 1000mg    Taurine
  • 200mg      Caffeine Anhydrous
  • 1000mg    Glucuronolactone
  • 20mg         Vitamin B3
  • 2mg            Vitamin B6



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