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Cannibal Carna

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Description

Description

Cannibal Carna is a highly instantized, zero-calorie, 8:1:1 branched chain amino acid designed to aid hard-training athletes’ performance and recovery. Packed with 3.2 grams of Leucine, Cannibal Carna is ideal for endurance athletes, as consumption of a BCAA blend consisting of at least 30% Leucine prior to training has been shown to increase mental and physical performance in their respective sports. Resistance trained athletes will benefit from Cannibal Carna’s Leucine content as well, as pulses of Leucine during post-exercise recovery have been shown to increase muscle hypertrophy and maintaining net positive muscle protein. With two delicious flavors and no carbohydrates, Cannibal Carna is the perfect addition to pre-, intra-, or post-workout drinks to ensure reduced muscle soreness, improved performance, and to preserve muscle mass.

  • Highly instantized, so Cannibal Carna will mix easily even with a spoon.
  • 8:1:1 ratio of Leucine, Valine, and Isovaline, providing an excellent balance of BCAAs and a highly effective dose of Leucine.
  • Fortified with extra Glutamine to ensure increased muscle recovery and reduced soreness.
Additional information

Additional information

Brand

Chaos and Pain

Flavor

Lawless Lemonlime, Strawberry Kiwi

Size

30 servings

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Chaos and Pain is the Project Mayhem of the strength world. A motley band of scholars, outcasts, nerds, freaks, gamers, degenerates, and any strength athlete with a modicum of sense and a metric ton of anti-social tendencies, we few, proud, angry souls stalk the weight room and platform in a never-ending search of personal records using high frequency, high volume, ultra-heavy workloads, following the credo of Chaos and Pain's founder, Jamie Lewis. Moderation is Mediocrity, and Extremity is Excellence. Chaos and Pain isn't just a website- it's a movement.