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Isotonix Champion Blend Plus is exactly what your body needs to preserve your muscles with essential nutrients, keep your body’s defenses up with powerful antioxidants, and provide you with a huge boost of energy from great vitamins. Performance,...
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Isotonix® Champion Blend Plus

Isotonix Champion Blend Plus is exactly what your body needs to preserve your muscles with essential nutrients, keep your body’s defenses up with powerful antioxidants, and provide you with a huge boost of energy from great vitamins. Performance, defense, energy – everything you need to be a true champion.*

Performance is the key measure of success, which is why Isotonix Champion Blend Plus is formulated to help benefit the performance of active adults with Instantized Branch Chain Amino Acids. Being both instantized and isotonic, you’re getting a product with superior bioavailability, allowing for faster absorption.*

To defend your body from the effects of free radicals, Isotonix Champion Blend Plus provides an array of antioxidant benefits, thanks to the inclusion of Pycnogenol® - the isotonic form of which is exclusive worldwide to Market America – to help combat free radicals before they cause oxidative stress to the body.*

Finally, all champions need the energy not only to compete, but to train, by including the activated forms of B vitamins – which are more readily processed by the body and, thereby, increase their effectiveness.*

And, thanks to the utilization of the most advanced nutrient delivery system available anywhere - Isotonix® - you can be sure your body is getting the best - rapid absorption, no binders or fillers and maximum results. It all adds up to an unmatched product for the person looking to raise their game to the next level - Isotonix Champion Blend Plus.


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Isotonix® Champion Blend Plus
 
4.4

(based on 15 reviews)

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5.0

unbelievable product.

By manny

from Ceiba, PR.

Comments about Isotonix® Champion Blend Plus:

This product is great. Best time is on an empty stomach half hour before your workout and "bam!" it does its magic. I'm lifting more weight than before and I have such focus. Plus I have so much energy through my entire workout. Anything stronger? I don't think so. I will keep on buying it.

 
5.0

The daily differnce

By ALIR

from USA

Comments about Isotonix® Champion Blend Plus:

The Champion Blend plus makes a big difference in my daily routine ,focus energy and more ,My workout recovery is better in part -BCAA. The taste is awesome, the isotonic formula makes it easier to take.

 
5.0

energy

By manuelc

from USA

Verified Buyer

Comments about Isotonix® Champion Blend Plus:

Started using the product today, all I could say is WOW. My energy levels were up and sustained thru my entire workout. It really works. I recommend it.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Amazing taste, amazing product

By LANDONP

from USA

Comments about Isotonix® Champion Blend Plus:

I am a singer/performer. I use this stuff ALL the time, especially before and after events. Gives me the energy I need and helps me recover after a long hard day. This isn't just for athletes. It's for anyone BREATHING!

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Perfect! Delicious! Energy!

By ChristopherH

from USA

Comments about Isotonix® Champion Blend Plus:

I love the ####tail of Champions Blend, Isotonix multivitamin, and Activated B complex!

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