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Fast Twitch helps increase post workout intensity, while enhancing muscular repair. The harder the workout, the more Fast Twitch can help. With Fast Twitch, you may run out of gym time before you run out muscle energy.
Strength, Power and Velocity
Fueling type II fibers increases explosive power and speed. This translates into more sets, reps and weight lifted. Plus, type II fibers have greater potential for overall muscle hypertrophy (growth).
Endo-Thermogenic Max Fat Burning
Fast Twitch enables muscles to produce more power, resulting in greater heat output. This heat production is endo-thermogenic. Increased body heat, plus enhanced oxygen consumption after hard workouts, boosts metabolism. This after-burn (from more intense workouts) burns more body fat than less intense workouts.
Tame Cortisol, Lose Belly Fat
Cortisol, the body's primary stress hormone, naturally rises after workouts. But excessive cortisol can destroy muscle and promote body fat. Fast Twitch uses patented SerinAid, proven to lower cortisol. Blunting cortisol promotes lean muscle gains, and belly fat loss.
New Creatine Power - Even For "Non-Responders"
Creatine GCC, first used in Muscle Milk, helps support the body's own creatine production. New Kre-Alkalyn further advances creatine technology. Together, they need no loading, and are pH balanced to deliver massive creatine results.
Get Pumped, Feel Great, Lift Big
Fast Twitch promotes internal S-adenosylmethionine (SAMe) production, highly regarded for enhancing mood and joint support. SAMe, with other nutrients, help "get your mind right" for monster workouts. Nitric oxide amplifiers pump you up, and speed nutrients to hungry muscles.
Fast and slow twitch are generalizations for more specific muscle fiber types. Physiologists classify human muscle fibers as Type I (slow twitch; slow oxidative, SO), IIa (fast twitch; fast oxidative glycolytic, FOG), IIab (intermediate fiber), and IIb or x (fast twitch; fast glycolytic, FG). In general, slow twitch fibers are relatively fatigue resistant, but do not contract as rapidly or as strongly. Fast-twitch fibers contract more rapidly and forcefully, but fatigue more quickly. Although all fiber types respond to intense training, fast twitch fibers tend to have a greater ability for hypertrophy (growth).