Citrulline Malate is regarded as a training and performance plateau buster because of its ability to help you push past previous training levels and reach a new level of physical performance. Citrulline Malate’s primary effect in hard training athletes may enhance muscular energy, delay fatigue and increase nitric oxide (NO) production.
Although the amino acid L-arginine is more commonly used as a nitric oxide booster, L-Citrulline is considered a more powerful and effective nitric oxide booster. After supplementing with L-Citrulline, it is converted into L-arginine and results in higher L-arginine levels in the body compared to oral L-arginine supplementation. This spike in plasma L-arginine is then used in nitric oxide production.
Secondly, Citrulline is bound onto Malate which has its own fatigue fighting effects that may lower lactic acid build up, allowing muscles to perform more reps and endure higher intensity thresholds which is required to spark new muscle growth or break through old training plateaus.
|Serving size: 2g (~⅓ Scoop)|
|Per 2g Serving||% NRV|
|L-Citrulline Malate (2:1)||2000mg||†|
|† NRV not established|
Dosage: Start with 1/3 scoop (2 grams). If required, gradually increase up to 1 scoop (6 grams).
Effective dosage may require individual experimentation as most people respond differently to Citrulline Malate.