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Axe & Sledge Hydraulic 40 Servings

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Axe & Sledge Hydraulic Stim-Free Pre-Workout

Hydraulic is the First Stimulant-Free Pre-Workout of its kind. This is a stim-free pre-workout that you can actually feel for a change. Hydraulic gets your blood pumping and gives you a warm feeling in whatever part of the body you're working. Axe & Sledge was able to combine patented ingredients like AgmaMax, Creatine MagnaPOWER, GlycerPump, Nitrosigine, and CarnoSyn to enhance that mind to muscle connection we're all seeking. Hydraulic also provides extreme mental focus, increased blood flow, and more muscle roundness & fullness. 

Stacks Great with Axe & Sledge DoubleTime

Reviewing the Benefits of Axe & Sledge Hydraulic

  • Free of Any Stimulants
  • Promote Enhanced Blood Flow
  • Creates a Muscle Mind Connection 
  • Increased Mental Focus
  • Promotes Power & Strength
  • Promotes Roundness & Fullness of Muscles
  • Designed by Seth Feroce
  • Two Ways to Take Hydraulic

Axe & Sledge Hydraulic Flavors

  • Unicorn Blood (Rainbow Sherbert)
  • Scorpion Venom (Mixed Berry)
  • Lemon Lime
  • Strawberry Lemonade
  • Blue Raspberry
  • Cherry

How to Use Hydraulic Pre-Pump

Prior to training take a big pump serving (1 scoop) or Extreme Pump Serving (2 scoops) by mixing thoroughly with 8-10 ounces of water or beverage of your choice.

Axe & Sledge Hydraulic Ingredients & Supplement Facts

 

 

Axe & Sledge Warning & Side Effects

Consult with a physician prior to use if you have a medical condition. Don't use if pregnant or lactating. Keep out of reach of children. Keep container tightly closed in a cool, dry, and dark place. 

References

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Effect of creatine supplementation during resistance training on lean tissue mass and muscular strength in older adults: a meta-analysis
Philip D Chilibeck,1 Mojtaba Kaviani,2 Darren G Candow,3 and Gordon A Zello4
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5679696/


Beyond Muscles: The Untapped Potential of Creatine
Lisa A. Riesberg,1 Stephanie A. Weed,1 Thomas L. McDonald,2 Joan M. Eckerson,3 and Kristen M. Drescher1,*
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4915971/

Beta-alanine (Carnosyn™) supplementation in elderly subjects (60-80 years): effects on muscle carnosine content and physical capacity.
del Favero S1, Roschel H, Solis MY, Hayashi AP, Artioli GG, Otaduy MC, Benatti FB, Harris RC, Wise JA, Leite CC, Pereira RM, de Sá-Pinto AL, Lancha-Junior AH, Gualano B.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22143432

Beta-alanine (Carnosyn™) supplementation in elderly subjects (60–80 years): effects on muscle carnosine content and physical capacity
Serena del Favero,1 Hamilton Roschel,1 Marina Y. Solis,1 Ana P. Hayashi,1 Guilherme G. Artioli,1 Maria Concepción Otaduy,2 Fabiana B. Benatti,1 Roger C. Harris,3 John A. Wise,4 Cláudia C. Leite,2 Rosa M. Pereira,5 Ana L. de Sá-Pinto,5 Antonio Herbert Lancha-Junior,1 and Bruno Gualanocorresponding author1
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Vitamin B6 and Its Role in Cell Metabolism and Physiology
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