AMINOTAUR - Night Time Muscle Builder

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EXTREME MUSCLE BUILDING is not for everyone. Not everyone wants to build Freakishly Big Muscles. Not everyone want wants to be Big & Super Ripped! Most people don’t realise that it is not your efforts in the gym that build muscle – it is the recovery and enhancement phase, that typically occurs at night while you sleep, that determines not just how big your muscles will be but also how much body fat you hold! A lack of sleep and poor recovery also affects your strength, sporting and even your sexual performance levels! 

Not to be confused by low strength versions - AMINOTAUR is the ultimate physique enhancer . This product is ideal for people who do not want to resort to chemicals for growth. Designed for use by hard training bodybuilders, rugby players and athletes with a desire to be - BIGGER, STRONGER and LEANER.

It all depends upon what you are looking for. If you want to increase your muscle size and reduce your levels of body fat at the same time the first thing that you need to do its to train hard, strict and with maximum intensity. According to Arthur Jones, inventor of Nautilus and one of the pioneers of high intensity muscle building "Exercise merely stimulates growth, it does not produce the growth.  Changes that result from exercise are actually produced by the body itself during rest". Aminotaur uses advanced nutraceutical science to supports your body's own growth hormone levels and will allow you body to grow, recover and develop while you sleep. Each pack contains 120x Pro Series Aminotaur 1000mg capsules with a synergistic blend of Max Potency - L-Arginine HCL, L-Ornithine HCL, L-Lysine HCL.

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