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What Happened To MRI Black Powder & Why The New Formula Is Even Better

What Happened To MRI Black Powder & Why The New Formula Is Even Better

Posted by MRI Performance on Sep 28th 2020

MRI Black Powder Pre-workout is back, but does it really live up to the mantra: “If it’s not black, put it back!”?You be the judge.We believe the new Black Powder pre-workout delivers the goods with the right ingredients to ensure your workout is on point.And, the new formula is actually black because it contains activated charcoal that acts as a detoxifying agent.Let’s take a look at the new MRI Black Powder formula and see for yourself.MRI Black Powder Pre Workout Supplement FactsThe new Black … read more
What is Tyrosine?

What is Tyrosine?

Posted by MRI Performance on Jul 8th 2020

Tyrosine, usually listed in the middle section of your supplement panel, it sits under a shroud of mystery.So let’s talk about it.Tyrosine is a nonessential amino acid the body manufactured from the amino acid phenylalanine.It can be obtained through dietary sources like chicken, turkey, soy, milk, cheese, bananas and some nuts and seeds.Tyrosine provides training results, but they’re all in your head.No, literally—like in your brain.Tyrosine Stimulates the Production of Brain Chemical … read more
What is Taurine?

What is Taurine?

Posted by MRI Performance on Jul 8th 2020

What is Taurine?In your pre-workout or intra-workout you may see taurine, but what is it and what does it do?Many of the energy drinks out there have touted the inclusion of this amino acid, and because of some negative press, many associate jittery issues with taurine, but it actually has nothing to do with the stimulant effects—that’s all the caffeine in those types of drinks. To taurine or not to taurine? That is the question.Taurine is an Amino AcidA building block of protein, taurine … read more
What is Citrulline?

What is Citrulline?

Posted by MRI Performance on Apr 28th 2020

Citrulline, derived from the Latin word for watermelon, citrullus, is a necessary component to create arginine.Arginine is a precursor to Nitric Oxide (NO).Nitric Oxide provides pump, relaxes blood vessels and increases blood flow and circulation. These benefits can help with nutrient delivery to the muscles, building muscles and improving results.Citrulline and the AthleteCitrulline’s role in NO production is important on its own, but even more so for athletes. This is because when NO relax … read more