Amino IV - PES


PES AminoIV™ - The Most Versatile Amino Product!

: Performance Enhancing Supplement


: 375g

: Complex

54 G-Points
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    PES AminoIV™ - The Most Versatile Amino Product!

    • 10:1:1 BCAA RATIO BCAA'S + EAA'S + HICA
    • 15 g LOADED BLEND

    We live in a day and age in which optimizing performance, recovery, and lean muscle gain are integral to every meal we eat and supplement we consume. We don’t just consume post-workout protein and call it a day…we’ve learned from science that taking separate, free-form amino acids can give you that extra edge to take your progress to the next level. But what if I told you that your current BCAA product isn’t working like it should?

    Enter PES AminoIV: A BCAA product with added benefits to take it beyond just another BCAA.
    Before reading any further…go grab your current amino acid product, and turn to the Supplement Facts. Look at the label and ask yourself these questions:

    • Am I getting a 15 g loaded formula per serving?
    • Am I getting all the EAAs, or just the 3 BCAAs and a few extras that don’t make sense?
    • Is my leucine ratio high enough?
    • Does the formula include Pyridoxal-5’-Phosphate (P5P) for improved leucine synergy? Or any other B-Vitamins?
    • Does the product have taurine, HICA, and lemon verbena extract?
    • Does the product have multiple electrolytes?
    • Can the product be used post workout, intra-workout, and between meals? Or is it just the typical 20th century post workout BCAA blend?

    Chances are that your current product falls short in one or all of the categories. And that to us, is unacceptable. We live in a time when science allows us to optimize every aspect of our training and supplementation protocols.
    You spend all the time and money working hard and eating right…why sell yourself short on your supplements?


    Is your BCAA product failing you?

    What is every amino product built off these days? Branched chain amino acids (BCAAs). And while BCAAs are definitely great and necessary, you’ve been misled into thinking that taking these 3 amino acids are enough to reap their true benefits. It’s not. Your amino supplement needs to go beyond the basics. This is the 21st century!

    The body runs off what we call Essential Amino Acids. These are amino acids that your body cannot make on its own. They must be consumed via diet or you will not be able to grow. You see, when your body goes to make new proteins, like the proteins that make up your muscles, it requires that all of the 9 essential amino acids be present, not just the 3 BCAAs. (Psst…everyone on fasting diets who take just BCAAs during their fasts. Listen up)
    So what happens if you don’t have EAAs present? Your body starts making muscle proteins to build muscle mass. It incorporates the BCAAs into the growing protein chains, but when the genetic code calls for an essential amino acid that your BCAA product does not provide, one of two things happens:
    The new protein is terminated. You do not gain or lose muscle. You simply do not benefit.
    Your body breaks down a pre-existing muscle protein (known as “catabolism”) in order to get the missing amino acid. The net effect is loss of muscle mass.
    So while your current BCAA product may be helping you in the fatigue department while training, it is falling short everywhere else.


    PES AminoIV– Unlocking the Power of Essential Amino Acids

    In an all new category of its own, PES AminoIV has finally taken the next step: it provides you with the essential amino acids necessary for proper BCAA function. Before we even cover any other ingredients, PES AminoIV is already a 2 in 1 product. Stop selling yourself short.

    This isn’t just theory: it has been proven in the real world. Highly trained military personnel consuming an essential amino acid blend were found to experience a 33% increase in muscle protein synthesis1. Muscle protein synthesis is synonymous with muscle tissue growth, and a 33% increase in muscle tissue is nothing to scoff at.
    What the researchers also noted was that increasing the amount of leucine in this essential amino acid blend further increased the rate of muscle protein synthesis in these athletes. This got our R&D team thinking…we can bring the best of both worlds rolled into one product. A leucine loaded BCAA + EAA product.


    But We Wanted More Innovation and Versatility…

    We saw one totally new theme in our research. Leucine works best when provided with a proper dose of vitamin B6. Most B6 supplements use Pyridoxine HCl, an inferior form of vitamin B6 with minimal biological activity. Amino IV uses the more expensive pyridoxal-5'-phosphate (P5P), the bioactive form of the vitamin. Why does this matter?

    Because for those of you who are dieting down, leucine + vitamin B6 has been found to more than double the rate of fat loss in human subjects2,3. This isn’t sensationalist BS you will read in some muscle magazine ad. This is well-conducted clinical research published in reputable scientific journals.

    The Amino Ancillary Matrix - Unveiled
    Taurine – The BCAA synergist
    Taurine, when ingested alone, has been shown to improve muscle recovery following exercise6,8, spare muscle BCAAs from catabolism9, improve exercise performance6,7, and increase fat loss during exercise5. Sounds a lot like the benefits of our EAA blend, right? Well taurine accomplishes these goals via a different mechanism. To put it simply, taurine acts within the muscle cell to increase force production while reducing unnecessary damage to the muscle tissue10.
    Remember, these are all benefits from taurine alone. Now what happens when you take taurine and pair it with BCAAs? A 2013 study found that combining taurine with BCAAs reduced soreness and improved muscle recovery more effectively than either component (taurine or BCAAs) taken alone4.
    This brand new research drives home an important point: if you’re not taking taurine with your BCAAs, you’re shortchanging yourself!


    Alpha-Hydroxy-Isocaproic Acid – The Proven Muscle Builder

    Alpha-Hydroxy-Isocaproic Acid (HICA) has long been known as the special leucine metabolite with unique properties working in harmony with Leucine. It has been featured in Alphamine, and now we bring it to PES AminoIV.

    Lemon Verbena – Code Name “Verbascoside”
    Here’s something you’ve never seen or heard of before. PES is always on the forefront of new and exciting research, and this plant, with its key compound “verbascoside,” is the game-changer this category has needed for a long time.
    Antioxidants have been shown to be excellent for muscle recovery following exercise. Unfortunately, it’s a double-edged sword: many antioxidants reduce the adaptations to weight training, resulting in poorer performance in the long-run.
    Enter Lemon Verbena, a true all-in-one antioxidant that can enhance, not diminish!

    Amino IV is the last Amino Acid Supplement You Will Ever Need



    1. Pasiakos, S. M., H. L. McClung, J. P. McClung, L. M. Margolis, N. E. Andersen, G. J. Cloutier, M. A. Pikosky, J. C. Rood, R. A. Fielding, and A. J. Young. "Leucine-enriched Essential Amino Acid Supplementation during Moderate Steady State Exercise Enhances Postexercise Muscle Protein Synthesis." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 94.3 (2011): 809-18. Print.
    2. Zemel, Michael B., and Antje Bruckbauer. "Effects of a Leucine and Pyridoxine-Containing Nutraceutical on Fat Oxidation, and Oxidative and Inflammatory Stress in Overweight and Obese Subjects." Nutrients 4.6 (2012): 529-41. Web.
    3. Zemel, Michael B., and Antje Bruckbauer. "Effects of a Leucine and Pyridoxine-containing Nutraceutical on Body Weight and Composition in Obese Subjects." Diabetes Metab Syndr Obes 6 (2013): 309-15. Web.
    4. Ra, S. G., et al. "Additional Effects of Taurine on the Benefits of BCAA Intake for the Delayed-onset Muscle Soreness and Muscle Damage Induced by High-intensity Eccentric Exercise." Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology 776 (2013): 179-87. Web.
    5. Rutherford, J. A., L. L. Spriet, and T. Stellingwerf. "The Effect of Acute Taurine Ingestion on Endurance Performance and Metabolism in Well-trained Cyclists." Int J Sport Nutr Exerc Metab 20.4 (2010): 322-29. Print.
    6. Liu, Z., B. Qi, M. Zhang, I. Izumi, S. Kagamimori, S. Sokejima, and T. Yamagami. "Role of Taurine Supplementation to Prevent Exercise-induced Oxidative Stress in Healthy Young Men." Amino Acids 26.2 (2004): 203-07. Print.
    7. Balshaw, T. G., T. M. Bampouras, T. J. Barry, and S. A. Sparks. "The Effect of Acute Taurine Ingestion on 3-km Running Performance in Trained Middle-distance Runners."Amino Acids 44.2 (2013): 555-61. Print.
    8. Dawson, Jr., R., M. Biasetti, S. Messina, and J. Dominy. "The Cytoprotective Role of Taurine in Exercise-induced Muscle Injury." Amino Acids 22.4 (2002): 309-24. Web.
    9. Galloway, S. D. R., J. L. Talanian, A. K. Shoveller, G. J. F. Heigenhauser, and L. L. Spriet. "Seven Days of Oral Taurine Supplementation Does Not Increase Muscle Taurine Content or Alter Substrate Metabolism during Prolonged Exercise in Humans."Journal of Applied Physiology 105.2 (2008): 643-51. Print.
    10. Goodman, C. A., D. Horvath, C. Stathis, T. Mori, K. Croft, R. M. Murphy, and A. Hayes. "Taurine Supplementation Increases Skeletal Muscle Force Production and Protects Muscle Function during and after High-frequency in Vitro Stimulation." Journal of Applied Physiology 107.1 (2009): 144-54. Print.

    Mix 2 level scoops in 12-16 ounces of water and shake vigorously. Sip during workout or athletic event. Additional servings can be taken between meals.

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