Introducing New Vassive N.O. Formula-X

AURORA, ILLINOIS – APRIL 28, 2008. Bodybuilders and strength athletes live for the pumped-up feeling that comes with intense weight lifting. The physiological precursor to the ‘Pump’ is nitric oxide (N.O.), a cellular gas that dilates vessels to increase the flow of blood, oxygen and nutrients to muscles. For those involved in resistance training, this increased blood flow also facilitates the clearing of metabolic waste that can bring on fatigue during a workout.

Numerous studies have identified the conditionally essential amino acid arginine as one of the most effective N.O. activators. This is precisely why Optimum Nutrition included 3 grams of arginine compounds in every serving of their new Vassive N.O. Formula-X sustained release tablets. There are other N.O. activators, of course. The ‘X’ was used in the product’s name as a Roman Number 10 to highlight the number of N.O. promoting compounds present in each tablet.

“Along with arginine, Vassive N.O. Formula-X contains nine additional ‘pump-potentiating’ compounds,” said Phil Brown, a Food Scientist at ON’s Aurora Product Development Laboratory. “Citrulline malta, quercetin, American ginseng and rhodiola extracts, histidine, cnidium monnier, norvaline, pomegranate and theobromine have been specifically formulated to work synergistically with arginine and promote muscle fullness and vascularity for an extended period.“

Founded in 1987, Optimum Nutrition is recognized as an innovative manufacturer of premium sports supplements. The company maintains two distinct brands – Optimum Nutrition and American Body Building – each offering a comprehensive line of liquid, powder, energy bar, capsule and tablet products. ON owns and operates state-of-the-art cGMP-approved manufacturing facilities to assure the highest standards of quality and consistency.

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