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THEY SAY IT´S NOT POSSIBLE
Xceed BCAA is a carbonated Beverage containing 2.750 mg of branch chained amino acids to aid recovery time, and also help you reach your protein goals for the day.
XCEED THE EXPECTATIONS
Xceed BCAA contains vitamin B complex and 125 mg of caffeine for those who desire
to get a kick in the butt to start off the day
DON´T LEAVE ANYTHING TO CHANCE
Too many people are on diets with insufficient amounts of protein. We are here to change that.
WE BELIEVE WE SHOULD DO EVERYTHING WITH A PURPOSE
"I don't want to carry around a bunch of tubs of supplements with me at all time"
We've heard all the excuses and found the solution to this problem.
BCAA's: Studies have shown that BCAA administered before and following damaging resistance exercise reduces indices of muscle damage and accelerates recovery in resistance-trained males.
Caffeine: The consumption of moderate amounts of caffeine 1) increases energy availability, 2) increases daily energy expenditure, 3) decreases fatigue, 4) decreases the sense of effort associated with physical activity, 5) enhances physical performance, 6) enhances motor performance, 7) enhances cognitive performance, 8) increases alertness, wakefulness, and feelings of "energy," 9) decreases mental fatigue, 10) quickens reactions, 11) increases the accuracy of reactions, 12) increases the ability to concentrate and focus attention, 13) enhances short-term memory, 14) increases the ability to solve problems requiring reasoning, 15) increases the ability to make correct decisions, 16) enhances cognitive functioning capabilities and neuromuscular coordination, and 17) in otherwise healthy non-pregnant adults is safe.
Vitamin B complex: Evidence from human research clearly shows both that a significant proportion of the populations of developed countries suffer from deficiencies or insufficiencies in one or more of this group of vitamins, and that, in the absence of an optimal diet, administration of the entire B-vitamin group, rather than a small sub-set, at doses greatly in excess of the current governmental recommendations, would be a rational approach for preserving brain health.