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HGH PRO, your natural anabolic of choice!
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22 June 2020

HGH PRO, your natural anabolic of choice!

HGH PRO, your natural anabolic of choice!

HGH PRO ULTRA RECOVERY from Rocksprint is a natural anabolic supplement that stimulates the production of testosterone, insulin and growth hormone (hGH), to have better results in your workouts and a better recovery.


Also known as somatropin, Human Growth Hormone (hGH) is a small molecule produced by the pituitary gland. After being released by this gland, hGH is processed by the liver and transformed into IGF-1, a growth factor that enhances the development of cells and the rehabilitation of muscles and organs.



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Human growth hormone is banned, both in competition and out of competition, according to the List of Prohibited Substances and Methods of the World Anti-Doping Agency (AMA).


To be able to get good results and at the same time be a athlete "within the law", you should not use human growth hormone but HGH PRO ULTRA RECOVERY from Rocksprint! A natural anabolic supplement that stimulates the production of testosterone, insulin and growth hormone (hGH), to have better results in your workouts and a better recovery.


Rocksprint HGH PRO ULTRA RECOVERY is a complete formula with multiple benefits:
- Promotes muscle growth and hypertrophy;
- Stimulates lipolysis;
- Reduces the feeling of fatigue;
- Increases performance;
- Regulates circadian rhythm and sleep;
- Decreases stress and anxiety;
- Stimulates the production of hormones.


This formula is especially recommended for multi-active athlete, for those who train a lot and several times a day, for those who train different sports and for those who have no time to lose to increase strength and muscle.


For the benefits of this supplement to be noticeable, it’s necessary to adapt a healthy diet and regular physical exercise. Schedule now your free online consultation now at the exclusive Rocksprint Counseling Service, for any further clarification.

By Adriana Martins, Nutritionist


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