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Kaged Muscle Re-Kaged® Orange Kream -- 20 Servings


Kaged Muscle Re-Kaged® Orange Kream

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Kaged Muscle Re-Kaged® Orange Kream -- 20 Servings

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Kaged Muscle Re-Kaged® Orange Kream Description

  • Muscle-Building Protein Fuel
  • Micropure® Quality Guarantee
  • Banned Substance FREE
  • Natural Flavors

Re-Build, Re-Fuel & Grow

Re-Kaged is a game-changing protein that you can't live without if you are serious about adding size and strength.

  Kris Gethin

 

Why Kaged Muscle® Re-Kaged?

Complete formula that includes BCAAs, EAAs, CAAs and NAAs for maximum post-workout recovery. Over 7 grams of Glutamine and Glutamic Acid per serving (naturally occurring from Whey Protein Isolate plus 3 grams of added free form L-Glutamine). Supercharged with ProHydrolase®, an innovative enzyme for rapid digestion.

 

Essential Amino Acids (EAAs) 12.3 G

Conditionally Essential Amino Acids (CAAs) 12 G Total BCAAs 6 Grams

Non-Essential Amino Acids (NAAs) 6 G


Directions

As a dietary supplement, mix one scoop in 8 - 12 ounces of cold water and shake vigorously. Take one serving upon rising in morning and one serving immediately post workout. For maximum results consume two servings per day on training days. For non-training days consume one serving upon rising in morning and one serving mid-day between meals.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 46.8 g (Approximately 1 Scoop)
Servings per Container: 20
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories160
Total Fat2 g3%
   Saturated Fat2 g3%
Cholesterol15 mg5%
Sodium125 mg5%
Total Carbohydrate5 g2%
   Sugars3 g
Protein (as whey protein isolate)28 g
PRO G3 RECOVERY FUEL
L-Glutamine (fermented)3 g*
DUAL-ACTION POWER & STRENGTH MATRIX
BetaPower (betaine anhydrous)1.5 g*
Creatine HCl (Patented)1.5 g*
INNOVATIVE ENZYME
Prohydrolase® (Digestive Enzyme Blend)280 mg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Coconut oil powder (coconut oil, maltodextrin, modified food starch), natural flavors, citric acid, sunflower lecithin, beet root extract (color), guar gum, silicon dioxide, stevia, sucralose.

Contains Milk

Warnings

Consult your physician prior to using this product if you are pregnant, nursing, under 18 years of age, taking medication or have a medical condition. Immediately discontinue use and contact your physician if any adverse reactions occur. Store in a cool, dry place away from excessive heat. Contents may settle during shipping. Sold by weight, not volume.

The product packaging you receive may contain additional details or may differ from what is shown on our website. We recommend that you reference the complete information included with your product before consumption and do not rely solely on the details shown on this page. For more information, please see our full disclaimer.
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4 Little-Known Benefits of Squats

When it comes to building your workout routine, there’s no question that one of the best power-building exercises is the squat. Even better, this exercise is also considered one of the top fat-burning exercises, as it boosts your metabolic rate, increases your heart rate and recruits some of the largest muscles in the body for a long-lasting calorie burn.

Two Women in Fitness Studio Demonstrate the Benefits of Squats | Vitacost.com/blog

But that’s not all the multipurpose exercise has to offer. Once you know its commonly overlooked benefits, you won’t think twice about dropping it like a squat.

The benefits of squatting:

1. Mental Tenacity

Fact: squats are hard. So hard in fact that many people happily leave them out of their program, simply because they don’t want to put in the effort.

If you do however, you will be sweetly rewarded. Not only do squats build muscle in your legs, but they also help you strengthen your mental endurance. Push yourself through a grueling set of heavy squats, and you’ll soon find that other exercises feel much easier.

Squats teach you to push through the highest level of fatigue without giving up, which you can then apply to other moves in your workout program. Work up to your one-rep max, and you’ll find yourself lifting heavier weights for other muscle groups in no time!

2. Superior Core Strength

When you think of the main muscles worked during the squat, you’re probably thinking of your quads, hamstrings and glutes. But don’t forget about your core.

With every squat you perform, your core is contracting very intensely to support the weight. You’ll find that you can gain more core strength from a few sets of heavy squats than you can from other ab-focused exercises.

Maintaining a strong core is important for all-around fitness performance, as well as for reducing your risk of back pain over the long term. If you have a weak core, you’re inviting back problems, which may take you away from your workout plan for good.

Everyone should be taking steps to build a stronger core and back, because when this area of the body becomes injured, it can be a very long and slow road to recovery – if you ever recover.

3. Improved Flexibility

As you begin to train for squats, you’re going to have to start improving your flexibility through yoga, foam rolling, static stretches and proper warmup routines. Doing a full squat requires a certain level of mobility in the hips, along with flexibility in the ankles and calves.

With limited mobility in those areas, you simply will not perform the exercise correctly. The good news is that if you can’t do a full squat when you first start, don’t give up. The act of squatting on a weekly basis can help improve your mobility and flexibility.  Soon enough, you’ll be able to easily perform a deep squat. And as flexibility improves, it will transfer over to exercises like lunges and deadlifts.

4. Enhanced CNS Activation

Finally, the squat will also train your body to improve its overall capacity for central nervous system (CNS) activation. Because the squat is such an intense movement that recruits so many muscle fibers, each rep you do requires a full-body focus. Your brain must learn how to activate almost every muscle fiber in your system and contract as hard as possible in order to lift up the weight.

It’s a much different experience than doing a leg extension or a bicep curl. The more adept you become at activating your CNS and all the target muscle fibers, the stronger you’ll become on other lifts, as well.

For instance, it wouldn’t be surprising to see your bench press increase after a good jump in your squat performance.

Don’t overlook the power of this exercise – both for your lower body as well as your overall performance. Squats are one of the best weight-lifting movements you could possibly do. If you aren’t taking the time to learn how to execute them properly and add them to your workout routine, now is definitely the time to start.

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