The revolutionary VH-PRE bodybuilding formula combines ingredients proven through scientific research to support and strengthen the body’s ability to perform at the highest levels. VH-PRE workout Supplement has been carefully formulated to support and improve the body’s natural functions, with individual supplements working synergistically for greater effectiveness.
Workout with VH-PRE Supplement– A Powerful Fusion for Peak Performance
VH-PRE Supplement contains proprietary blends of key ingredients for bodybuilding, development of muscle mass, boosting neuro-muscular energy and enhancing cardiovascular health. These powering supplements are combined in a balanced way into a single formula designed by our resident scientists to enhance physical and mental performance.
L-citrulline and l-arginine enhance muscle blood flow during exercise (1). This improves exercise tolerance and triggers the release of the human growth hormone (HGH) required for muscle growth and muscle mass development (2).
Ashwagandha Root Extract and Panax Ginseng.
Ashwagandha is especially beneficial for athletes, as it increases energy, optimizes the hormone profile, improves endurance and reduces recovery time between training sessions (3). This powerful antioxidant boosts the immune system and enhances performance. Panax ginseng stimulates the body, increasing energy and motivation.
L-theanine targets and intensifies caffeine’s stimulant properties. This combination boosts cognition and lengthens the effects of energy and concentration (4). It also improves focus, motivation, endurance, stamina and strength.
Alpha-GPC provides one of the highest absorption rates of all forms of choline (40%) and it is the most effective at crossing the blood-brain barrier. Choline improves growth hormone levels and the ability of the body to burn fat. It has a positive effect on cardiovascular health, inflammation, cancer risk, psychological state, learning and memory, in addition to exercise endurance. (5)
Accelerates muscle growth. It controls the level of carnosine in the muscles, which counteracts acidity and lets you push your muscles harder and longer with less fatigue (6).
Improves workout performance by protecting muscle cells from oxidative stress, by removing muscle cell waste during exercise (7). It also prevents muscle damage and soreness from exercise (8) and can improve athletes’ fat burning by 16% (9).
Increases athletic performance, metabolizes fat, helps recovery, keeps you motivated, burns visceral fats and improves cardiovascular and skin health. (10)
Enhances muscle growth by signaling key biological pathways directly in the muscle tissue. It also helps increase muscle mass. (11, 12)
B12/Folate is added to our formula for greater energy and endurance. They’re extremely important for cognitive function, energy metabolism and cardiovascular and nerve health. Vitamin B and folate are also essential in producing red blood cells.
Vitamin C is another important ingredient. In addition to its inherent benefits for health, its antioxidant effect protects the formula from becoming oxidized over time. It behaves as a natural preservative.
Vitamin D3 regulates mood, alleviates depression and boosts immune system response. Studies have linked erectile dysfunction symptoms to a vitamin D deficiency. 
Vitamin E is the king of antioxidants. It treats erectile dysfunction by boosting testosterone. It also lowers prolactin and estrogen, which negatively affect erectile function and libido.
A Blend of Vitamins and Electrolytes for Cardiovascular Health:
Magnesium (as magnesium oxide), Potassium (as potassium chloride), Calcium (as calcium oxide), Iodine (as potassium iodide), Vitamin D, Thiamine HCl (vitamin B1), Niacin (Vitamin B3), Pyridoxine HCl (Vitamin B6), Folic acid, Cyanocobalamin HCl (vitamin B12) and Pantothenic acid.
Essential Amino Acids (EEAs) and Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs):
Branched Chain Amino Acids (Leucine, Isoleucine and Valine) are essential for muscle fuel, recovery and growth.
BCAA helps to build and maintain muscles, and it increases metabolism. These three BCAAs work independently and synergistically to build and repair muscle tissue.
Leucine – stimulates muscle protein synthesis for muscle growth
Isoleucine – when broken down, it produces muscle fueling molecules
Valine – reduces fatigue post-exercise; minimizes the brain’s tryptophan uptake.
BCAAs also positively affect hormones (13).
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2. Zajac, Adam; Poprzęcki, Stanisław; Żebrowska, Aleksandra; Chalimoniuk, Małgorzata and Langfort, Jozef (2010, April). Arginine and Ornithine Supplementation Increases Growth Hormone and Insulin-Like Growth Factor-1 Serum Levels After Heavy-Resistance Exercise in Strength-Trained Athletes. Retrieved from https://journals.lww.com/nsca-jscr/Fulltext/2010/04000/Arginine_and_Ornithine_Supplementation_Increases.28.aspx
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5. Marcus, Lena; Soileau, Jason; Judge, Lawrence W. and Bellar, David (2017, Oct 5). Evaluation of the effects of two doses of alpha glycerylphosphorylcholine on physical and psychomotor performance. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5629791/
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7. Zhang, Zeyu; Liu, Dan; Yi, Bo; Liao, Zhangping; Tang, Lei; Yin, Dong and He, Ming (2014, Sep 5). Taurine supplementation reduces oxidative stress and protects the liver in an iron-overload murine model. Retrieved https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4199407/
8. McLeay, Yanita; Stannard, Stephen and Barnes, Matthew (2017, Oct). The Effect of Taurine on the Recovery from Eccentric Exercise-Induced Muscle Damage in Males. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5745489/
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13. Sharp, CP and Pearson, DR (2010, Apr). Amino Acid Supplements and Recovery from High-Intensity Resistance Training. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20300014