Casein Peak by Inner Armour
Banned Substance Free
Premium Micellar Casein Complex
Advanced Slow Releasing
Muscle Protecting Protein
THE CASEIN PEAK™ ADVANTAGE:
To be a great athlete you need to be able to sustain high forces (strength) at high speeds (speed X strength = power). Bigger muscles can generate more power because they are capable of producing more force at a given speed. To make your muscles work faster, stronger and more powerful you must be able to:
1. Stop or Prevent Muscle Protein Catabolism (Muscle Loss). Casein has been shown in clinical studies to be the greatest muscle protecting protein due to its unique slow and prolonged releasing action. This provides a steady sustained release of amino acids into the blood stream lasting for several hours. This release rate provides better nitrogen retention, utilization and hours of protection for your muscles.
2. Stimulate Your Body's Natural Rapid Recovery Cascade. Amino acids such as Glycine and Taurine have been added to Casein Peak to help stimulate what is one of the most critical bodily processes for recovery and growth. Training elicits a host of reactions in the body that causes serious damage and stress to your muscles. When your Natural Rapid Recovery Cascade is stimulated, muscles regenerate and recover faster, creating a more favorable state for muscle growth.
3. Stimulate Muscle Protein Synthesis (The Making of Muscle). Casein Peak is loaded with Branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs, particularly Leucine) and Glutamine, the most powerful nutrients of their kind shown in clinical studies to help stimulate greater muscle protein synthesis. Every delicious serving of Casein Peak promotes and protects bigger muscle with 24 grams of Micellar Alpha, Beta and Kappa Caseins (BCAA and L-glutamine rich protein enhanced with Natural Rapid Recovery Cascade Aminos Glycine and Taurine.
Scientists believe casein and these amino acids to be superior for protecting and building muscle size and strength. The end result is that Casein Peak protects and enhances your ability to produce "speed X strength", or power. And when it comes to performance, power is what defines a great athlete.