MAXON™ PURE STRENGTH

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  • Designed to Maximize Strength Gains∆ⱡ
  • Helps Increase Maximum Weight Lifts∆ⱡ
  • Increase ATP Levels for Greater Muscular Power Output∆ⱡ
  • Increase blood flow and nutrient delivery∆ⱡ
  • Now with Kre-Alkalyn® pH Corrected Creatine
  • Sugar Free | Gluten Free | Stimulant Free

What Is MAXON?

MAXON™ PURE STRENGTH was designed with one purpose—to maximize your strength in the gym… fast. MAXON Pure Strength sets a new standard in sports supplements using three of the most potent, clinically researched strength-building ingredients in the industry. MAXON PURE STRENGTH redefines how you can increase strength, power, and your ability to gain overall muscle mass.∆†

What does MAXON do?

Strength

With clinically researched doses of Physicor®, elevATP®, and Kre-Alkalyn®, MAXON PURE STRENGTH is the new standard in the emerging strength-building era.

Power

The MAXON PURE STRENGTH formula is further amplified with the addition of AGMAFLOW™ (agmatine sulfate) to help ensure maximum power output and performance in your strength-building lifts.

Muscle

MAXON PURE STRENGTH literally redefines how you can increase strength and positively affect lean mass, helping you reach your goals faster.∆

Frequently Asked Questions

Agmatine (AGMAFLOW):

  • Gao Yuqi, et al. Agmatine: a novel endogenous vasodilator substance. Life Sci (1995) 57(8):83-86.
  • Gilad GM, Gilad VH. Long-term (5 years), high daily dosage of dietary agmatine–evidence of safety: a case report. J Med Food. (2014 Nov) 17(11):1256-9. doi: 10.1089/jmf.2014.0026. Epub 2014 Sep 23.
  • Keynan Ory, et al. Safety and efficacy of dietary agmatine sulfate in lumbar disc-associated radiculopathy. An open-label, dose-escalating study followed by a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. Pain Med (2010) 11:356–368.
  • Molderings GJ, Haenisch B. Agmatine (decarboxylated l-arginine): physiological role and therapeutic potential. Pharmacol Therapeut (2012) 133:351–365.
  • Piletz JE, et al. Agmatine: clinical applications after 100 years in translation. Drug Discov Today (Sept 2013) 18:17/18.

elevAPT:

  • Future Ceuticals. Effect of the dietary supplement elevATP™ on blood ATP level: an acute pilot clinical study. elevate Studies and Analysis White Paper.
  • Joy, JM, et al. Ancient Peat and Apple Extracts Supplementation May Improve Strength and Power Adaptations in Resistance Trained Men, Department of Sports Exercise Science, United States Sports Academy, Daphne, AL, USA.
  • Reyes-Izquierdo T. The effect of elevATP™ on whole blood ATP levels: a single dose, crossover clinical study. J Aging Res Clin Pract (2012) 3(1):56-60.

Fenugreek (PhysiCor):

  • Poole, C, et al. The effects of a commercially available botanical supplement on strength, body composition, power output, and hormonal profiles in resistance-trained males. JISSN (2010) 7:34.

Sodium Bicarbonate:

  • Carr, BM, et al. Sodium bicarbonate supplementation improves hypertrophy-type resistance exercise performance. Eur J Appl Physiol (2013) 113:743–752.
  • Egger F, et al. Effects of sodium bicarbonate on high-intensity endurance performance in cyclists: a double-blind, randomized cross-over trial. PLoS ONE (2014) 9(12): e114729. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0114729
  • Karavelioglu, MB. Detection of the effects of sodium bicarbonate supplement on blood lactate and heart rate values of female futsal players before and after Yo-Yo/1 Test. Anthropologist (2014) 18(3): 745-749.
  • Krustrup et al. Sodium bicarbonate intake improves high-intensity intermittent exercise performance in trained young men. JISSN (2015) 12:25.
  • Lindh, AM, Sodium bicarbonate improves swimming performance. Int J Sports Med (2008) 29:519–523.
  • Siegler, JC, Hirscher, K. Sodium bicarbonate ingestion and boxing performance. J Strength Cond Res (Jan 2010) 24, 1.

Kre-Alkalyn:

  • Golini, J. Improved Creatine Stability and pH Profile for Kre-Alkalyn. International Journal of Pharmacology, Phytochemistry and Ethnomedicine 2297-6922, Vol. 1, pp 20-22

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