Bang Energy 3 oz shot
Introducing the World’s First Carbonated Energy Shot!!! Now you can get all the great taste and high energy as a 16 oz BANG® in a convenient 3 oz shot. Fuel your Destiny with BANG’s 3oz. shot: Super Creatine, Caffeine, electrolytes, & BCAAs (Branched Chain Amino Acids).
Super Creatine (Creatyl-L-Leucine molecule): Patented Super Creatine-Amino acid di-Peptide that is far more soluble than regular Creatine and L-Leucine. The amino acid leucine has low water solubility, which is why when you add it to water, it floats to the top of the solution. Creatine also has poor solubility in water and sinks to the bottom when added to a solution. Thus Super Creatine has the enhanced solubility of both creatine and leucine. Creatine and leucine may generally have a greater impact than other amino acids in regard to increasing muscle hypertrophy, muscle strength, muscle repair, muscle energetics, muscle protein synthesis, anabolism, and also in myostatin inhibition and reduction, anti-catabolism, preventing muscle protein breakdown, etc.
Caffeine– Caffeine helps maximize energy and mental alertness1. Furthermore, studies have shown that caffeine has also profound benefits on memory, concentration, creativity, athletic performance, and mood2,3,4. A 2010 study published in the International Society of Sports Nutrition published a review of 29 studies on the effect of caffeine on short-term performance and found significant improvements with regard to power-based sports and team sports exercises5.
Electrolytes– Electrolytes are minerals in bodily fluid, including the blood. Electrolytes are essential for many functions in the body, including muscle contractions and transmission of nerve impulses. Optimal performance requires a consistent and adequate supply of electrolytes. Electrolytes help to maintain your body’s fluid levels during exercise as well as downtime6.
BCAA’s: Branched-chain amino acids (BCAA’s) are known for their role in muscle repair and development7.
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2. Borota, E. Murray, G. Keceli, A. Chang, J.M. Watabe, M. Ly, J.P. Toscano, M.A. Yassa. Post-study caffeine administration enhances memory consolidation in humans Nat. Neurosci., 17 (2014), pp. 201-203.3.
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7. Blomstrand E, Eliasson J, Karlsson HK, Köhnke R. Branched-chain amino acids activate key enzymes in protein synthesis after physical exercise. J Nutr. 2006 Jan;136(1 Suppl):269S-73S.