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Trace Minerals Research TMRFIT Series CLEAN PRE Workout Dietary Supplement Raspberry Lemonade -- 18.1 oz


Trace Minerals Research TMRFIT Series CLEAN PRE Workout Dietary Supplement Raspberry Lemonade
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Trace Minerals Research TMRFIT Series CLEAN PRE Workout Dietary Supplement Raspberry Lemonade -- 18.1 oz

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Trace Minerals Research TMRFIT Series CLEAN PRE Workout Dietary Supplement Raspberry Lemonade Description

  • Supercharged with 72 Electrolytes
  • No Artificial Colors, Flavors or Sweeteners
  • America's #1 Trace Mineral Brand
  • Clean Up Your Workout!
  • Energy • Focus • Strength • Endurance
  • Non-GMO
  • Contains Natural Caffeine

Why Would You Eat Clean And Then Take Dirty Supplements?

Clean Up Your Workout!

Pre-Workout is the all-in-one workout supplement that's part of our TMRFIT™ Series of  clean sports nutrition products. It contains NO artificial colors, flavors or sweeteners and is non-GMO. It's been carefully formulated with the right potency of important nutrients to help prepare your mind and your muscle for intense training and performance.

Features:

BCAA's • Creatine • Citrulline • Carnosyn® • Beta-Alanine

Arginine • Natural Caffeine • B-Vitamins • 72 Electrolytes

Benefits:

Mental Focus • Energy • Immune Support • Power

Strength • Circulation • Endurance • Hydration

 

 


Directions

Suggested Use: Mix 1 level scoop with 8-10 ounces of water in a glass or shaker bottle and mix well. Drink 15-30 minutes before workout for best results. For higher intensity workouts, an additional serving may be taken.
Free Of
GMOs, Gluten.

*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: 1 Scoop (12.9 g)
Servings per Container: About 40
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories25
Total Carbohydrate5 g2%
   Sugars4 g
Vitamin C (as Ascorbic Acid)50 mg83%
Thiamin0.23 mg15%
Riboflavin0.25 mg15%
Niacin5 mg25%
Vitamin B6 (as Pyridoxine HCL)5 mg250%
Folic Acid50 mcg13%
Vitamin B12 ()as Methylcobalamin)12 mcg200%
Pantothenic Acid (as D-Calcium Pantothenate)2.5 mg25%
Magnesium (from ITM)15 mg4%
Chloride (from Potassium Chloride, ITM)45 mg2%
Sodium (as Sodium Citrate)10 mg<1%
Potassium (from Potassium Chloride)15 mg<1%
Power, Strength & Endurance Blend
Creatine monohydrate, CarnoSyn® Beta-Alanine, Creatine HCL, Chinese Ginseng, Rhodiola root powder, Eleuthero root powder, Quercetin Dihydrate powder, Alpha Lipoic Acid
1651 mg
Nitric Oxide Boost/Circulation Blend
AAKG L-Arginine, L-Arginine, Beet Root powder, L-Citrulline DL-Malate 2:1
1250 mg
BCAA 2:1:1 Blend
L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine, L-Valine
1000 mg
Mental Focus/Energy Blend
Guarana, Di-Ribose, Green Tea leaf, Choline Citrate, Ginkgo Biloba leaf powder, (Net Caffeine = 75 mg)
641 mg
Ionic Trace Minerals (ITM) Electrolyte Blend
A complex of over 72 naturally occurring ionic trace minerals and electrolytes
250 mg
Other Ingredients: Certified Organic Cane Sugar, Xylitol, Citric Acid, Natural Flavors Blend (Lemon, Raspberry, Other Natural Flavors), Guar Gum, Stevia Leaf Extract, Malic Acid, Natural Non-GMO Color (Exberry), Silica, Xanthan Gum.
Warnings

Consult a health care professional prior to use. Do not use if you are pregnant, nursing, sensitive to caffeine, under the age of 18, have any known or suspected medical conditions, and/or if you are taking ant prescription or OTC medications. The caffeine content in this product is equivalent to about 3-4 oz of coffee. Too much caffeine may cause nervousness, irritability, sleeplessness, and occasionally, rapid heartbeat. Begin use with 1 serving size or less and assess tour tolerance. Once tolerance is assessed, take a maximum dose of 2 servings daily. To avoid sleeplessness, do not consume within 6 hours of bedtime.

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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Do You Need to Warm up Before a Workout?

You’re crunched for time. You just don’t feel like it. You’re doing cardio anyway. There are a million excuses, but you still need to warm up before a workout. Why? Because you will physically warm up. This is how you activate muscles and joints before the real exercise begins. If you’re still not convinced, let’s take it a step further.

Woman Performing Cardio Warm Up Before Workout Stretching Legs on Deck | Vitacost.com/blog

Muscles become tight during the day, especially if you’ve been sitting at a desk for eight hours. Properly warming up the body helps your muscles – as well as joints, tendons and ligaments – become more flexible. More flexibility means less chance of injury. An effective warmup also gets the heart pumping a little harder. This promotes blood flow, sending a stream of oxygen to your muscles.

There is one caveat, though. The same warmup cannot be applied to every workout. Chest day at the gym requires much different demands than a 10-mile run. That’s why it’s important to vary your warm-up routine. Below are some quick sequences you can follow before a cardio session, before weight training and before a high-intensity interval workout.

Cardio Warmup

The why:

Whether you’re running, swimming or exercising on cardio equipment, a five- or 10-minute warmup is a must-do for reducing stress on your muscles and heart. It will slowly increase your breathing and heart rate, so you won’t fatigue prematurely.

How to warm up for cardio:

Try to include dynamic stretches, such as squats with calf raise, jumping jacks or lunges with an upper-body twist. Switch between these for about five minutes. Then, start your cardio exercise, keeping the intensity to about 30 percent of your workout. Stay steady for at least five minutes before kicking it into high gear.

Examples:

  • If you’re going out for a run, warm up with a brisk walk.
  • If you’re going to hop on a spin bike or elliptical, start with a slower cadence.
  • If you’re going for a swim, choose a slow-and-consistent stroke rate.

Strength Training Warmup

The why:

Strength training warmups are particularly important to avoid muscle injury. These precious few minutes will increase your body temperature to loosen the tissues around your joints. This will allow you to reach a greater range of motion with your lifts.

How to warm up for strength training:

All you need is 10 minutes to get the blood flowing before hitting the weights. Begin with a five-minute walk on a treadmill or cycle for five minutes just to get your body moving. Then, complete a few warmup stretches that are specific to the body part you’re training. You’ll want to use light weights for your warmup set to gently prepare joints for the hard work to come. If you have any knots or kinks, spend some time foam rolling.

Examples:

  • For an upper-body workout, do arm circles and trunk twists.
  • For a lower-body workout, perform lunges and/or mountain climbers.

Continue to warm up your muscles as you start your strength-training routine. Stick with a light set of weights for 16 reps. Remember this is not part of your regular set, and you only have to do this for your first exercise.

Plyometric/HIIT Training Warmup

The why:

Plyometric and high-intensity interval training (HIIT) workouts are demanding from start to finish. Jumping into a HIIT routine with cold muscles is asking for injury. That’s why it’s even more important to get blood flowing to your muscles and slowly increase your heart rate. And since this is a full-body workout, you’ll need to activate all your muscles from head to toe.

How to warm up for HIIT training:

Full-body active stretches are the most important and will also help with balance and coordination. Spend at least five minutes warming up your muscles and cardiovascular system with some powerful bodyweight exercises.

Examples:

  • Jump squats
  • High knees to chest
  • Jogging in place
  • Jumping jacks
  • Lunges with torso twists

What NOT to Do Before a Workout

  • DO NOT skip the warmup! Factor in five to 10 minutes of warming up before every workout, so you never miss it.

  • DO NOT go too hard during your warmup. A good warmup is not meant to deplete energy, but to get blood flowing and muscles loose to improve your workout.

  • DO NOT perform static stretches (stretches you hold for 30-60 seconds) as a warmup. Many studies have shown that doing these stretches before a workout on cold muscles may actually decrease power in your workout. The benefits of stretching come after a workout, when your muscles are elongated and fully warmed up.
  • DO NOT forget to hydrate before your workout and while warming up.
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