ENHANCE YOUR MUSCLE GAINS
- ULTRA-PURIFIED DEER ANTLER VELVET
- NATURAL SOURCE OF GROWTH HORMONES
- BOOST STRENGTH & MUSCULAR BUILD
- REDUCE RECOVERY TIME
FOR MAXIMUM ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE
Deer antler velvet is the ultimate natural alternative supplement to boost strength and achieve athletic goals. This unique substance grown on newly forming antlers is rich in nourishing compounds such as zinc, calcium, glucosamine, amino acids, and IGF-1. The rich cocktail of nutrients found in XPI DVX Pro provide a variety of benefits to the athletic body.
Deer antler velvet has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for hundreds of years, but has only recently been picked up by athletes for its ability to promote aerobic power and muscular strength. Its naturally high concentration of growth hormones – namely, IGF-1 – makes it a powerful muscle enhancer.
Taking XPI DVX Pro can help you reach your maximal anaerobic and aerobic performance level at every workout. The unique composition of deer antler velvet delays the onset of muscle soreness, boosting strength, performance, and endurance as you exercise for greater results in a shorter period of time.
XPI DVX Pro harnesses the power of all-natural deer antler velvet, allowing you to increase your muscular build and reach your maximum athletic performance.
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