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When you work out, you need to be able to push through the physical difficulties associated with physical stress. It’s tough. No one pretends it isn’t. That’s why Surge Supplements created their amazing pre-workout, Extreme Surge. Surge Supplements Extreme Surge is designed to give your body and mind a surge in ability while you work out.
Surge Supplements Extreme Surge is comprised of two complexes. The first one is called Extreme Surge Complex. This complex is formulated with a ton of impressive ingredients that will help add you in your physical ability to work out. Beta-Alanine, for example, has been shown to suppress muscle carnosine which is one of the main causes of workout fatigue. Citrulline Malate, another ingredient in the Extreme Surge Complex has been shown to decrease fatigue while increasing nitric oxide in your system.
The second complex in Surge Supplements Extreme Surge is called the Focus Complex. This complex is formulated to help improve your cognitive ability allowing you to focus on the task at hand instead of your physical exhaustion. Noopept, formerly known as N-phenylacetyl-L-prolylglycine, is one of the ingredients in the Focus Complex. This ingredient is a known nootropic which will aid in cognitive function. L-theanine and caffeine are both found in Extreme Surge and, when combined, have been found promote cognition and attention.
If you feel like your workout goals are realistic but you still want help in achieving your goals, Extreme Surge is the supplement for you. The ingredients in Extreme Surge will help give you the ability, energy and focus to finish your workouts the way you want to. Give Extreme Surge by Surge Supplements a try.
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