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ALL IN ONE, one supplement... all the benefits!
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15 February 2019

ALL IN ONE, one supplement... all the benefits!

ALL IN ONE, one supplement... all the benefits!

All In One is a super supplement. Its comprehensive formulation contains everything needed after intense training and can also be used as a pre-workout.


You could always make a “homemade” all in one, mixing the various supplements: protein, creatine, glutamine, carbohydrates (among others), but the consistency and taste wouldn’t be what you wanted.


For this, Rocksprint has the right choice for you: ALL IN ONE offers you a convenient and profitable way to manage all the nutrients you need in one supplement.


Benefits of using ALL IN ONE:
- Increases muscle mass (whey protein, creatine): after exercise, whey protein in combination with Leucine are crucial for protein synthesis. As well as Creatine, which is proven to increase lean body mass.


- Reduces muscle fatigue and increases energy (Maltodextrin, L-glutamine, Magnesium): Maltodextrin is a source of rapidly absorbed carbohydrates, which allows the transport of other nutrients to the muscle where they are needed. Glutamine accelerates the recovery process, reducing muscle pain and training more intensely. Magnesium contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue, to normal muscle functioning and to the maintenance of normal bones.



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- Prevents catabolism (HMB): HMB stimulates hypertrophy, decreasing muscle catabolism, soon will ensure muscle gains.


In addition to these components, the formula integrates a set of more constituents (BCAAs, beta-alanine, vitamins, etc) that enhance all the benefits described above.


Start feeding your body with all the nutrients you need! Buy now.


Although complete, like other dietary supplements, they should be used as a complement to a balanced and varied diet and not as a substitute for it.


For any additional clarification, schedule your free consultation in our Counseling.



By Adriana Martins, Nutritionist