Vitamin C (250 mg)
May help reduce oxidative stress and protect proteins from oxidative damage that commonly occurs during training.
Niacin (Vitamin B3) (30 mg)
A vitamin that can help prevent oxidative stress that commonly occurs during training from doing the body harm.
Vitamin B6 (10 mg)
A vitamin typically found in fresh vegetables that is linked to the metabolism of amino acids, glucose, and lipids, as well as supporting hemoglobin synthesis.
Vitamin B12 (50 mcg)
A micronutrient used to convert protein and carbohydrates into energy while supporting oxygen delivery.
Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5) (10 mg)
A water-soluble vitamin that plays an important role in energy metabolism and the biosynthesis of essential compounds in the body.
Magnesium (50 mg)
A mineral involved in multiple biochemical reactions of metabolic function, including energy production, cardiovascular regulation, and exercise performance.
Sodium (50 mg)
A macromineral that plays a key role in normal nerve and muscle function, as well as helping to keep body fluids in balance.
Potassium (99 mg)
An electrolyte and mineral that plays an important role in proper neuron function.