Alpha Lion SuperHuman BURN: A New Breed of SuperHuman Born to Burn Fat

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When you think of Alpha Lion the first thing that probably comes to mind is SuperHuman.

Although they have several remarkable supplements, that name really stands out when glancing at their line. Originally, SuperHuman simply represented one of the best-selling pre workouts we’ve seen enter the market. When Alpha Lion released it, we were blown away with the ingredients, dosages, and effectiveness of the formula. And just when we thought it couldn’t get any better, SuperHuman Supreme launched and that definitely took things up a notch.

Those two products fully delivered on every aspect we look for in a pre workout: extreme energy and focus, optimized nutrient absorption, skin-splitting pumps, enhanced power and strength, and fun, refreshing flavors. Not only did they hit two home runs, Alpha Lion changed the game!

But the question still remains… What else can they do under the unrivaled name of SuperHuman? They can cross over into other categories and completely blow the competition out of the water.

Let us introduce you to a new breed of SuperHuman. Because SuperHuman is no longer just a product, it is a platform.

SuperHuman Burn: Get Ready For Insane Shredding Results

SuperHuman Burn Front Label Graphic

Same classic Alpha Lion Flavors, completely revamped formula.

SuperHuman is all about taking training to the next level by using the best available ingredients, backed by numerous studies, at maximal dosages. So when PricePlow found out that a new product was on the way for the SuperHuman lineup, we knew it was going to be fully loaded. SuperHuman Burn is not just another pre workout, its main purpose is to also serve as a potent fat burner that can also help increase your performance and energy expenditure in the gym.

Like any other supplement under the SuperHuman name, it has everything you need to get insane results and that incredible, euphoric feeling. But this supplement also has some extras not found in nearly any other weight loss supplement! SuperHuman Burn was formulated to be a complete pre workout and fat burner, featuring some of the strongest ingredients currently available, such as MitoBurn™ L-BAIBA from NNB Nutrition.

This is by far the most comprehensive “fat burning pre workout” we’ve seen yet — and that’s just what we expect from Alpha Lion. Get ready to feel the burn with SuperHuman Burn!

In this post, we’re going to explain the method behind the madness of SuperHuman Burn’s formula to show you just how it will change the game yet again. But before we do, make sure you sign up to Alpha Lion news and deal alerts for exclusive access to the lowest prices around, product reviews, and interviews!

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SuperHuman Burn Ingredient Analysis

Buckle your seat belts, because this formula will take you for a ride. As mentioned, SuperHuman Burn is locked and loaded to help you burn fat, increase performance, ramp up energy expenditure, and maximize every training session. As with other Alpha Lion supplements, SuperHuman Burn has a fully transparent label so you know exactly the amounts of each ingredient make up the formula.

It’s definitely strong enough that you may not even need a full serving, so Alpha Lion lists the complete dosages for both a one scoop (8.5g) and two scoop (17.5g) serving. They also break up the label into five key pillars, SuperHuman Pump & Performance, SuperHuman Energy, SuperHuman Fat Burn, SuperHuman Focus, and finally, SuperHuman Absorption. That’s exactly how we will structure this ingredient analysis to allow you to get the most thorough understanding of the formula.

Alight now let’s see what a full scoop (17g) of SuperHuman Burn will deliver to elevate your performance and physique!

  • SuperHuman Pump & Performance Matrix

    • L-Citrulline – 4g

      Alpha Lion SuperHuman Burn Supplement Facts

      Just look at that label, if that doesn’t help you burn fat then I’m not sure what will!

      To kick off SuperHuman burn we have 4g of L-Citrulline, which is right where we liked to see it dosed!

      L-Citrulline is known for increasing blood flow, nutrient delivery, and helping rid lactic acid away from the working muscles, thanks to its ability to boost arginine levels within the body.[1] Greater levels of arginine result in more nitric oxide production and in response, the blood vessels will expand.

      Research has concluded that L-citrulline is superior to boosting arginine levels than oral arginine supplementation.[1] This is due the reduced bioavailability and absorption of arginine that occurs due to breakdown during digestion.[1] Whereas, citrulline is able to get readily absorbed and converted into arginine, so it’s more effective. Once arginine forms, an enzyme known as nitric oxide synthase, is able to produce nitric oxide and citrulline. Then, the process repeats itself.

      Not only will more blood flow give you a better pump, it also boosts performance in both aerobic and anaerobic exercise. Studies show, citrulline can help reduce muscle soreness, make you more resistant to fatigue, and increase work capacity.[2-4] Over time this will equate to more reps, sets, and weights lifted, which ultimately means more muscle growth.

    • Beta Alanine – 3.6g

      Get ready to feel the tingles with a more-than-generous dose of beta alanine!

      Besides caffeine, beta alanine is one of those ingredients that you can really feel working — almost immediately after taking it. Regardless of whether you like the tingling sensation that comes along with beta alanine, its performance benefits make it all worth it to us!

      This is the structure of beta alanine.

      Beta alanine is an amino acid that can increase skeletal muscle carnosine levels by combining with L-histidine.[5] Carnosine is the main compound we’re looking for here, because it serves as a lactic acid buffer.[5] When you exercise, lactic acid builds up within the muscles, and this is one of the main reasons we fatigue. The body cannot clear it fast enough, ATP (energy) production then slows down, and soon after, you have to stop your set.

      However, greater levels of carnosine mean more lactic acid clearing, which increases your ability to exercise harder and for longer. With beta alanine supplementation, you can expect to see the following positive effects: enhanced work capacity, power output, muscular endurance, strength, and body composition.[5-11]

      If you can get past the tingling effect (more scientifically known as paresthesia), beta alanine is a great ingredient to include in your supplement stack! It’s also recommended to take daily, so you can reach the saturation point and start seeing a significant boost in performance.

    • Taurine – 1g

      To finish off the Pump & Performance Matrix, SuperHuman Burn includes 1g of Taurine!

      Taurine Molecule

      Taurine is one of the most abundant amino acids that helps draw water and nutrients into muscles that helps with endurance but also doubles as a focus booster

      The importance of taurine in regards to performance and health can not be overstated. Research shows taurine supplementation results in countless positive effects, including enhanced insulin sensitivity, glycogen resynthesis, muscle force production, endurance, time to exhaustion, and recovery.[12-14]

      One of the main reasons why taurine is so effective at boosting performance in a wide variety of ways, is because of its role in calcium handling.[12] Taurine is able to increase the availability of calcium within the working muscle, allowing better excitation-coupling of the muscle fibers.[12] Without calcium, your muscles simply could not function properly.

      In addition to all of the benefits we just listed, when taurine is used with caffeine, it can amplify mental focus, clarity, and energy.[13] Research shows that positive effects from taurine supplementation can be seen anywhere from 1-6g,[14] so Alpha Lion is right on target with this dose! Needless to say, taurine is crucial for getting the most out of your training.

      Now that we’ve covered the main ingredients that will boost your pump and performance, let’s see what’s in store to deliver intense energy!

  • SuperHuman Energy Matrix

    • Caffeine Anhydrous – 225mg (out of 300mg total caffeine)

      Right away, SuperHuman Burn is hitting you fast and hard with 225mg of caffeine anhydrous. And as you’ll see, that’s not the only source of caffeine this formula has to offer. In total, there’s 300mg of caffeine coming from both fast and slow acting forms of caffeine, so you get sustained energy that lasts beyond the completion of your workout.

      SuperHuman Burn

      With SuperHuman Burn Alpha Lion is about to change the industry once again.

      Caffeine is one of the most well-studied ingredients in sports supplements, the research concludes it’s an effective and safe ergogenic aid.[15-17] Caffeine expresses its effects by inhibiting the binding of adenosine, which is responsible for the reduction in neurotransmission and increases pain perception.[16] Researchers also suggest that caffeine benefits performance through altering various central and peripheral mechanisms.[16] Thus, it really affects the body on multiple levels, which is probably why it’s so powerful – and so enjoyable.

      Countless studies have shown that caffeine, dosed anywhere from 3-6mg/kg of bodyweight can enhance endurance, strength, power, and work capacity.[15-17]

      • What about fat oxidation from caffeine?

        In regards to fat loss, the increased energy provided by caffeine will rev up your metabolism and allow you to work harder in the gym. In addition to the extra calories burned, research shows caffeine can act as a thermogenic aid by preventing phosphodiesterase-induced breakdown of cyclic adenosine monophosphate(cAMP).[19]

        By acting as a secondary messenger, cAMP plays an important role in a wide variety of biochemical processes. Most notably, it’s involved in the regulation of lipid and glucose metabolism. If cAMP is reduced then you will have a reduced ability to burn fat, which is definitely not what you want. So with caffeine’s positive effects on preventing cAMP degradation there will likely be an increase in fatty acid oxidation. Furthermore, stimulants can serve as a mild appetite suppressant. So you’re getting a host of benefits with this ingredient!

        With all of caffeine’s benefits, we don’t think SuperHuman Burn would be the same without it!

    • L-Theanine – 225mg

      L-Theanine

      This simple-looking amino acid can help take the edge off caffeine.

      In order to make sure you don’t experience any negative effects from the relatively high caffeine content, Alpha Lion included L-Theanine to take the edge off. L-theanine is a constituent of green tea leaves that has become quite the popular ingredient in the supplement industry.

      Several companies include it in their pre workout formulas, because of its ability to negate some of the potential side effects caused by caffeine. For example, some people will experience increased heart rate, anxiety, shortness of breath, and “jitters” or shakiness. That’s where the value of L-theanine really comes into play, because studies show it can cause a relaxing and calming effect without making you drowsy.[18]

      • Synergistic with caffeine for focus!

        Furthermore, the combination of theanine and caffeine has a synergistic effect at boosting attention, memory, and focus.[18] From the addition of this ingredient, you can tell Alpha Lion takes multiple things into consideration when designing a formula for optimal performance.

    • Infinergy™ Dicaffeine Malate (75% Caffeine) – 100mg (yielding 75mg of the 300mg total caffeine)

      The last ingredient used in the SuperHuman Energy Matrix is a trademarked form of Dicaffeine Malate, called Infinergy™. Due to the structure of dicaffeine malate, it only yields 75% of the listed amount, which equates to 75mg. That’s in addition to 225mg provided by caffeine anhydrous, so you’re just at the 300mg mark.

      Infinergy

      Part of the stim blend. Infinergy helps prolong the initial stim kick from caffeine anhydrous and citrate giving you longer-lasting energy without any nasty crash.

      We’ve already established that caffeine is extremely effective, but why include two different sources? Alpha Lion wants you to feel energized quickly, but they also want it to be sustained. Therefore, while caffeine anhydrous gets you fired up, Infinergy™ keeps you there for longer.

      Infinergy™ was developed by Creative Compounds, and consists of two caffeine molecules bound to a malic acid. This increases the time it takes for the body to breakdown and utilize the caffeine. PricePlow always likes to see various caffeine sources, because we don’t like a pre workout that may hit hard, but also causes a gnarly crash shortly after.

      As we mentioned with caffeine anhydrous, on top of all of the performance benefits you’ll get from both sources of caffeine, research shows it can also help increase thermogenesis through reducing the degradation of intracellular cyclic AMP.[19] Other mechanisms include increased liberation and oxidation of fatty acids.[19] Either way, caffeine is extremely useful for a variety of purposes.

      Although we’ve already covered a few ingredients that can increase your ability to burn stubborn fat, just wait until we dive into the next section.

  • SuperHuman Fat Burn Matrix

    • MitoBurn™ (L-β-Aminoisobutyric Acid) – 500mg

      The SuperHuman Burn Matrix is quite the fat burning beast, starting with one of the hottest ingredients to enter the supplement industry, MitoBurn™.

      MitoBurn

      NNB Nutrition has finally brought us a trusted and tested form of L-BAIBA, which we call an “exercise signal” that kickstarts incredible metabolic processes!

      But before we dive into what seems like the 8th wonder of the world, understand that we’re going to keep it very brief for this formula analysis. If you want more info on all there is to know about BAIBA and what makes MitoBurn so special, we highly recommend checking out these two articles: BAIBA: New Weight Loss Ingredient Generates Exercise in a Pill?! and MitoBurn: β-Aminoisobutyric Acid (L-BAIBA) from NNB Nutrition.

      MitoBurn™ from NNB Nutrition looks to be the next big thing to enter the health and sports supplement market. Its benefits go beyond fat loss, and it can be used in a variety of products. Alpha Lion will be one of the first companies to introduce it to the mainstream, and shortly after, you can watch it catch on like wildfire. It’s so powerful, they even created a separate supplement as part of their Gains Candy series that only contains MitoBurn™, allowing you to reap all the benefits at a lower cost.

      Now that we’ve hyped it up, let’s see what makes MitoBurn™ stand out!

      • Introducing MitoBurn™: The First Tested and Verified Form of L-BAIBA

        MitoBurn is a trademarked form of L-BAIBA, which is short for L-β-Aminoisobutyric Acid. It turns out that the ‘L’ in front of BAIBA is very significant, and we’re going to quickly explain why. There are two forms of BAIBA that exist, L-BAIBA and D/R-BAIBA,[20] which are both produced from the metabolism of different substrates.

        L-BAIBA gets created from the breakdown of the essential amino acid valine, whereas D/R-BAIBA comes from the breakdown of thymine, a constituent of nucleic acids.[21] The two different enantiomers of BAIBA are also more prevalent in different areas of the body, research has found that there’s a high concentration of L-BAIBA in the plasma and D/R-BAIBA in mostly present in urine.[20]

        They may not sound too different, but depending on what form you supplement with can drastically alter the results you’re after. Due to the oxidation of valine within the skeletal muscle, it’s been demonstrated that the L-BAIBA isomer is the one that provides the most beneficial metabolic effects.[22] This isomer is seen far more during bouts of exercise. Therefore, it’s commonly referred to as “the exercise-induced muscle factor“.

        It’s important to note that D/R-BAIBA may have some positive effects, but to get the most bang for your buck in terms of metabolic profile, L-BAIBA is where it’s at — and with MitoBurn™, that’s exactly what you’re getting!

        Now that we’ve established what makes MitoBurn™ a phenomenal ingredient, let’s see what L-BAIBA can do for us!

      • The Benefits of L-BAIBA

        Adiponectin Effects

        Adiponectin can activate AMPK and PPARα in the liver and skeletal muscle.[47] We recently explored PPARα in our articles on BAIBA and MitoBurn.

        L-BAIBA is classified as a myokine, meaning it’s released from skeletal muscle and carries out various effects through cell signaling. This release is increased during exercise or heavy amounts of movement. Studies have found that the release of L-BAIBA from exercise creates a chain of reactions, resulting in increased thermogenesis and fatty acid oxidation.[21,23]But the benefits don’t stop there, L-BAIBA can also improve insulin sensitivity, glucose tolerance, prevent bone loss, and can aid in the browning of white adipose tissue (stored fat).[23-27] Needless to say, L-BAIBA is one of the most powerful ingredients that has been introduced to the supplement industry, and we’re thrilled to see it start showing in up in several products!
    • Cocoabuterol® (Cocoa extract standardized to 50% Cocoa Alkaloids) (Theobroma cacao L. (seed) – 100mg

      Cocoabuterol

      This is possibly our favorite patented ingredient thanks to the N-coumaroyldopamine and N-caffeoyldopamine.

      Cocoabuterol® is a registered trademarked form of Theobroma cacao extract standardized to 50% cocoa alkaloids. In general, theobromine can be classified as caffeine’s cousin, because it does have a slight stimulatory effect.[28] The main natural bioactive constituents found in theobroma cacao are alkaloids and polyphenols, which are attributed to the benefits seen with its supplementation.

      This ingredient is included in the SuperHuman Fat Burn Matrix because of its ability to increase mood, energy, lipolysis, and reduce appetite.[29,30] Along with MitoBurn, theobromine is a great ingredient to help further enhance your ability to burn fat, while also reducing your desire to reach for a snack. Research also shows that theobroma has anti-inflammatory and cardiovascular protective properties.[28]

    • Advantra Z® Bitter Orange Extract (Citrus Aurantium) (Whole Fruit) (50% Synephrine) – 100mg

      Advantra Z

      Advantra Z is the most popular bitter orange extract, and brings several stimulant constituents to the party, most notably Synephrine!

      Next on our list of fat burning ingredients is Advantra Z®, a bitter orange fruit extract, standardized to contain 50% of its primary constituent, synephrine. This ingredient is commonly used for several weight loss supplements, since it’s been shown to increase lipolysis, basal metabolic rate, energy expenditure, and suppress appetite.[31,32]

      A study done in 2015 found that synephrine both on its own and when combined with caffeine led to enhanced lipolysis at rest, increased VO2, energy expenditure, and fat oxidation.[32] Despite having a similar structure to ephedrine, synephrine has little to no negative side effects on the cardiovascular system.[31] This is yet another incredible ingredient to maximize fat loss!

    • CaloriBurn GP™ Grains of Paradise Seed Extract (6-paradol 12.5%) – 40mg

      Last but not least, CaloriBurn GP™ is here to make sure you not only burn fat, but keep it off for good!

      NNB Nutrition CaloriBurn

      CaloriBurn is a potent extract of Grains of Paradise, which has multiple fat burning positive effects!

      CaloriBurn GP™ is another ingredient developed from industry leading developer NNB Nutrition. It’s a natural extract of Grains of Paradise (GP), also known as Aframomum melegueta. GP is a spice, related to ginger, that’s native to West Africa.[33] Besides being used in the kitchen to add flavor to a meal, GP is more than just a spice, it’s a fat burning machine that’s becoming widely used in several weight loss supplements.

      GP contains several compounds that are responsible for its fat burning benefits, but the main one seems to be 6-paradol. It works in a similar fashion to BAIBA, by helping convert white adipose tissue (WAT) (fat storage) to brown adipose tissue (BAT) (metabolically active).[34] Having more brown adipocytes is ideal for achieving a better body composition, because the activation of BAT leads to increased energy expenditure, glucose metabolism, and has a positive effect on lipid profiles.[34,35]

      Overall, this is quite the combination of ingredients to optimize your body for fat loss. Alpha Lion does it again, they definitely over delivered with SuperHuman Burn!

      We’re nearing the end of the formula, but it’s still not slowing down, let’s see what mix of ingredients will give you SuperHuman focus!

  • SuperHuman Focus Matrix

    • Choline Bitartrate – 1g

      A good focus blend would not be the same without some form of choline!

      Alpha Lion SuperHuman Cherry Popper

      A high octane pre workout with an unrivaled formula, can anything be strong than the SuperHuman line up?

      Therefore, Alpha Lion decided to use choline bitartrate to increase acetylcholine levels within the body, resulting in greater mind to muscle connection and focus.[36] Choline is an essential nutrient found in several foods, including eggs, sunflower seeds, and fish. Insufficient intakes can lead to several health detriments, and with the rise of vegan/vegetarian diets, supplementation becomes even more crucial. Choline is a major neurotransmitter involved in cell signaling and helps maintain cells’ structural integrity.[37]

      Choline Bitartrate consists of a choline bound to two tartaric acids, which is meant to increase its bioavailability and absorption. Through metabolization, the body will break up the bond, allowing the choline to become a direct precursor to acetylcholine. Greater levels of acetylcholine helps improve memory, learning, focus, and the coordination of muscle contractions.[36,37]

      • Synergistic with carnitine for fat burning!

        Since Alpha Lion also includes carnitine in this formula, it’s worth mentioning that the combination of choline and carnitine have been shown to increase fatty acid oxidation by maintaining intramuscular carnitine levels.[38]

        As you’ll see next, carnitine plays an important role in the transportation of fatty acids into the mitochondria to be used for energy. Exercise tends to deplete both choline and carnitine, so supplementing with both makes a lot of sense!

    • Acetyl L-Carnitine – 1g

      Carnitine

      Any form of carnitine is a good idea for vegans

      Besides helping you burn fat, carnitine has several other benefits, including increased focus, especially with Acetyl L-Carnitine (ALCAR). This ingredient is a popular addition to several nootropics and pre workouts, since it possess the ability to cross the blood brain barrier and express greater effects.[39]

      ALCAR acts as an acetyl donor, which can result in more acetylcholine production, with the combination of choline. Without ALCAR present, the choline cannot be acetylated by acetyl transferase, leaving it practically useless. Research has also shown that ALCAR expresses antidepressive, neuroprotective, and neurotrophic effects.[39] It can also help improve learning capabilities, brain synaptic response, and prevent cognitive decline.[39-41]

      And as mentioned above, there is synergy with choline for better fatty acid oxidation,[38] – especially if you’re deficient in either of these two!

    • L-Tyrosine – 1g

      The final ingredient to top off the SuperHuman Focus Matrix is one of PricePlow’s favorite sources of tyrosine!

      L-Tyrosine

      Long story short from our analysis — For the best effects from tyrosine, choose the regular L-Tyrosine version!

      Studies show L-tyrosine has superior bioavailability and absorption than other popular forms such as N-Acetyl-L-Tyrosine (NALT). Just a 100mg dose can boost tyrosine levels within the body for up to 7 hours, which is very significant.[42] NALT can still result in elevated tyrosine levels, but to a much lesser extent,[43] and Alpha Lion is all about giving you the most effective ingredients!

      Now that you know the form is great, what does it do for focus? In general, tyrosine is a non essential amino acid, primarily utilized for the synthesis of several important catecholamine neurotransmitters that get depleted with exercise.[44] This includes adrenaline, noradrenaline, and dopamine, which will quickly cause brain fog and mental fatigue when they drop off. Having more tyrosine around can help prevent that from occurring, which will boost mental focus and energy!

  • SuperHuman Absorption Matrix

    We’ve got all the main fat burning, energy enhancing, and performance boosting ingredients covered, but what good are they if the body cannot absorb them? You’re definitely not going to reach SuperHuman status that’s for sure!

    Don’t worry — Alpha lion has you covered with the SuperHuman Absorption Matrix!

    • AstraGin® (Astragalus membranaceus (root) Panax notoginseng (root) – 25mg

      AstraGin

      AstraGin is a combination of Astragalus and Panax Notoginseng that’s been shown to increase ingredient absorption, especially of amino acids!

      Ever since Nuliv Science introduced AstraGin® to the sports supplement industry it started showing up in a large number of products. That’s something we like to see, because this ingredient is a powerful weapon that many people are missing out by not including.

      AstraGin® is a patented blend of two plant extracts, Astragalus membranaceus and Panax notoginseng. Studies show that this simple combination has profound effects on the absorption of several nutrients and supplements. For example, clinical trials found AstraGin can help the body uptake betaine, amino acids, citrulline, creatine, omega-3 fatty acids, glucosamine, and vitamins and minerals.[45]

      Several of Alpha Lion’s products include AstraGin because they know how game changing it can be!

    • BioPerine® Black Pepper (piper nigrum) Extract – 5mg

      Bioperine

      Bioperine is the trusted, trademarked form of black pepper extract that promises 95% or greater piperine, the part of black pepper with all the activity!

      If AstraGin wasn’t enough, SuperHuman Burn has a great dose of BioPerine® to ensure you’re getting the most out of every single ingredient.

      BioPerine is black pepper (piper nigrum) extract that also helps with absorption and bioavailability of everything included in this formula. BioPerine has been clinically tested with several nutrients such as vitamins, CoQ10, curcumin, beta-carotene, selenium, and resveratrol.[46] With the addition of BioPerine, all of them had enhanced bioavailability, allowing the body to better utilize them.

      Being SuperHuman is all about taking things to the next level, and Alpha Lion definitely crushed it with this formula!

Available Flavors

Alpha Lion Gains Candy MitoBurn BAIBA

Want to try BAIBA / MitoBurn on its own? Then check out Alpha Lion’s Gains Candy Series MitoBurn!

If you’ve tried Alpha Lion’s flavors, you know they always put a unique twist on the taste and name. Alpha Lion really stands out from the flavors to the formulas, which was always their goal from the start. Pick any flavor that looks good to you, because they will never let you down! Also, Alpha Lion is known for releasing several limited edition flavors throughout the year so be on the lookout!

Here’s a complete list of SuperHuman Burn’s available flavors:

    Just a touch of spice inside…

    Remember, there is a spice — grains of paradise as CaloriBurn GP — in SuperHuman Burn. There is some “spiceness” to it, but it is by far the least spicy powder we’ve ever had with grains of paradise inside!

    We’re not sure if this is due to the success of NNB Nutrition’s CaloriBurn or Alpha Lion’s consistently-superior flavoring systems, but it’s incredible how they made it happen. Just a dash of spice here – and we’ve left it in the shaker cup for hours without it getting much worse!

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    Get ready, SuperHuman Burn will be here in no time!

    SuperHuman Burn Takes Fat Burners to Another Level!

    SuperHuman Burn Reveal

    Are you ready for this insane formula?!

    As mentioned at the very beginning of this article, when PricePlow found out there was another product being added to the SuperHuman line up, we knew it was going to overdeliver. But there’s no way we could have predicted that this formula was even possible to pull off. SuperHuman Burn is not just your average fat burner or pre workout, it takes both categories to another level.

    Alpha Lion is dedicated to giving you the best products possible so you can reach your health, physique, and fitness goals faster. Not only do they create epic formulas for their consumers, but also for themselves. Why put out another average supplement, when you can take all the resources and knowledge gained over several years to create something that’s truly unrivaled.

    SuperHuman Burn is about to take the industry by storm, and we’re not sure if people are ready for it! It fits in perfectly between SuperHuman and SuperHuman Supreme, with some added ingredients that really have you feel the burn. We can’t imagine what’s next for the Alpha Lion crew, but PricePlow will have everything you need to know covered, so make sure to subscribe down below!

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    About the Author: Heather Jacques

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    Heather Jacques, AT, ATC, has a Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science with an emphasis in Athletic Training. She is a researcher, athletic trainer, and fitness enthusiast who is PricePlow’s Digital Content Manager. Heather constantly stays up to date with the latest scientific literature in order to provide the best information for the readers.

    Heather’s goal is to educate, empower, and give people the tools to reach their fitness and health related goals. There are far too many myths out there and Heather is here to provide the truth.

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