High Performance GF Review
Have you ever considered what kind of effect having “laser-like focus” would have on your workouts? Well, CNP has and that’s why they’ve created High Performance GF.
Although we doubt that this intensity can really be everything you need to build more muscles and achieve higher performance rates, we decided to investigate this pre-workout supplement to see what it could really offer.
What Does High Performance GF Do?
According to this product’s website, High Performance GF is able to delay muscle fatigue so that you are able to do more reps in each set and get more out of the time you spend at the gym.
High Performance GF is also supposed to decrease the amount of time your muscles take to recover; meaning that you can do more workouts sooner, without having to take days off to get rid of soreness.
Does It Work?
Although the promises that CNP makes about High Performance GF don’t seem entirely out of the ordinary, they are still not easy feats to accomplish. There are many pre-workout supplements that attempt these same goals and yet fall short.
We took a look at High Performance GF’s ingredient list to see what it could offer as far as quality and advanced formulas went.
Most of their formula is filled with assorted amino acids like Beta-alanine, Glutamine, L-Arginine, L-Glycine, L-Beta-Alanine, L-Isoleucine, L-Taurine and N-Acetyl-Cysteine.
These amino acids, although many of them can be found in a lot of the foods you eat on a regular basis, definitely help give your body what it needs to grow more muscle mass.
However, more amino acids don’t necessarily mean that your body will spontaneously start to produce more muscle tissue. Your body still needs to be spurred into action by more intense workouts and higher frequency.
High Performance GF also has caffeine as well as 1,3 dimethylamylamine which are essentially the same things: stimulants. This can help increase your energy levels, but will also cause you to crash; maybe even in the middle of your workout.
Because High Performance GF doesn’t have any ingredients that are unique we don’t think that it is worth the high price CNP markets it for.