Jack3d

If you haven‘t heard about Jack3d it was the most popular pre-workout dietary supplement and one of the best-selling workout booster on the market in 2010-2012.
Jack 3d is made by USP labs and it gives you an incredible boost of energy, which is hard to compare to. Its because non-other product on the market makes you feel like that. It is like hitting a NOS button on a street racing car. But Jack 3d not only increase energy, but also endurance, mental focus and gives you nice muscle pump. So what exactly makes this food additive so special? Let’s look closer at its ingredients.
It is impossible to tell exactly how much of every ingredient there is, because one serving contains 4145.00mg of proprietary blend. But let’s analyze a bit everyone of them.

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Arginine Alpha-Ketoglutarate (AAKG) – It is an amino acid which boosts nitric oxide and vasodilation in your body. This compound allows more oxygen and nutrients deliver to your muscles. That’s what gives you a  “pump” effect.
Creatine Monohydrate – A popular and widely used nitrogenous organic acid. Many bodybuilders and other athletes, who want to increase muscle mass and strength use this workout supplement. Our bodies produce themselves half of required creatine. The rest is gained with food such as fish and red meat. As soon as creatine is produced nitrogenous organic acid is instantly transferred through blood to muscles. In muscle cells creatine joins with phosphate ions and becomes phosphocreatine. It is made from 3 amino acids such as methionine, arginine and glycine.
Phosphocreatine increases energy and regenerates adenosine triphosphate (ATP). Creatine’s goal is to increase phosphocreatine reserve as much as possible.
Another component of Jack3d is Beta Alanine (CarnoSyn®) – It is amino acid also. This building block of carnosine works as a buffer for lactic acid, which increases during workout and decreases your ability to perform. As a result this compound lets you train longer and harder.
Caffeine – A very well-known stimulant ingredient for all of us, which helps to stay awake during the day at the office. And for its stimulant effect this bitter substance can be found in every energy drink. Pre-workout supplements not an exception. This natural drug increases:
Alertness.
Endurance.
Wakefulness.
Metabolism.
Makes you more focused.
Schizandrol A (Schisandra Chinensis) – Is one of the active compounds of the Schisandra Chinensis berry, which has been known to traditional Chinese medicine. This herbs extracted component supposedly increases physical force and provides a stimulating effect to the body and mind.
And the last one of the important components of jack 3d is 1.3 dimethylhexanamine. It is also known as DMAA, Geranium oil, Methylhexanamine, Geranamine and is most controversial ingredient. This  safety has been questioned, but we’ll talk about that later. This compound is extracted from geranium flower. This ingredient is a central nervous system stimulant which increases energy and focus. Methylhexanamine is also a vasoconstrictor and even creates euphoria because it is related to amphetamine class drugs. Schizandrol A is also effective fat burner especially if combined with caffeine.
There is no doubt that Jack3d with this blend of stimulants delivers what it promises. That’s why this supplement became so popular. But as good as it sounds there is a downside. With many strong stimulants this dietary supplement also has many side effects, about which we will talk in other article: Jack3d side effects.
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