Maxx Chewning’s Strawberry Daiquiri Ghost Legend Pre Workout is Here!

Maxx Chewning is back with another Ghost Legend flavor! A year and a half after the tag-team due launched Maxx’s Orange Mango Legend flavor, the second collab effort is here with a Strawberry Daiquiri flavor!

You can watch Ghost’s Behind the Brand Season 5 Episode 7 where it arrives at the Ghost headquarters and they do the official tastings:

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You can snag it with PricePlow below, and then we get into our review and talk about how this version is different (more pumps!) than the standard Legend pre workout:

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PricePlow Unboxes and Reviews both Maxx Chewning Ghost Legend Pre Workout flavors!

It arrived on November 13, 2014, just in time to flavor sample both Maxx’s Mango Margarita re-stock and Strawberry Daiquiri flavor:

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Maxx Chewning’s Ghost Legend Versions get extra pumps

While Christian Guzman got a bit of extra energy to his Legend formulations, Maxx gets more pumps! This comes in the form of 150mg Vasodrive-AP. We snagged the image below, courtesy Max’s channel:

Ghost Legend Max Chewning Ingredients

Extra pumps for the “extra veiny” Maxx? Sounds good. Question is which flavor will be better — Mango Margarita or Strawberry Daiquiri!

In Max’s own words

When launching the original Mango Margarita flavor, the ever-charming Chewning stated:

The container – we went with a very unique look. Lots of vibrant colors, lots of just.. “poppin-ness”… that’s not really a word!

With my pre workout, guys, you’re going to get three things:

  1. One: You’re going to get a fantastic unique flavor that’s just going to take you to a tropical paradise.
  2. Two: We put an additive in there to add a little bit more pump. So Christian’s pre workout – he wanted a bit more caffeine – and for mine… the caffeine thing’s already been done, and I think what meshes well with me is that everyone says I’m really veiny at all times, so you put a pump in there so you can be just like Maxxy.. except you’d actually have big sized legs!
  3. And the third thing that you’d get which is probably the sickest of them all is that you get my face on the container! Yeah! They only put the best looking athletes on the containers ;)

So I’m super stoked about this, you guys are going to absolutely love it, it will be available in limited quantities in a few weeks. Let’s go find some hot chicken.

— Max Chewning, on YouTube[1]

What is Vasodrive-AP?!

Now let’s get into how these added pumps come to be:

Vasodrive-AP is a new nitric oxide boosting “pump” ingredient sold and distributed by MayPro.[2] It’s actually derived from casein protein (yes, the slower-digesting protein powder often taken before bed), but they extract two unique tripeptides in Valyl-Prolyl-Proline (VPP) and Isoleucyl-Prolyl-Proline (IPP).

ACE Inhibition

GHOST Legend Maxx Chewning

Another year, another fun flavor from YouTube’s most fun athlete!

These ingredients are very interesting can inhibit angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE). ACE causes vasoconstriction, which then reduces blood flow (which would limit Maxx’s ‘veininess’). With that reduced blood flow comes reduced nutrient and oxygen delivery, ultimately tuning performance down to boot.

This is a necessary mechanism — our bodies are incredible at keeping things stable and in equilibrium — but during workout, we’d like to tone that effect down just a bit!

So what do you do? You reduce the reducer! Limit ACE a bit with Vasodrive-AP’s ingredients, and bam — now you have another pathway to get Maxx-level veins and gains.

Doing this lowers blood pressure,[3,4,5] always a good thing when taking a stimulant-based, pump-friendly pre workout supplement.

It’s from casein — is there lactose in this?!

And if you’re lactose intolerant or afraid of the casein component, then there’s very little need to worry — Vasodrive-AP has less than 0.05% lactose and its dose is 150mg, so we’re talking about scant molecules of lactose.

Where can I get Maxx’s Strawberry Daiquiri and Mango Margaritas?

Through PricePlow, of course:

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References

  1. Chewning, Maxx; “MY STUPID DECISION”; YouTube; March 7, 2018; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yo7p9GqMqkM
  2. http://maypro.com/products/amealpeptide#_ednref1
  3. Kajimoto O., Nakamura Y., Yada H., Moriguchi S., Hirata H., Takahashi T. “Hypotensive effect of sour milk in subjects with mild or moderate hypertension”; J. Jpn. Soc. Nutr. Food Sci; 2001; 54:347–354; https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/jsnfs1983/54/6/54_6_347/_article/-char/ja/
  4. Chanson-Rolle A, Aubin F, Braesco V, Hamasaki T, Kitakaze M; “Influence of the Lactotripeptides Isoleucine–Proline–Proline and Valine–Proline–Proline on Systolic Blood Pressure in Japanese Subjects: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials”; PLoS ONE 10(11); 2015; http://www.nature.com/hr/journal/v30/n6/full/hr200764a.html
  5. Fekete ÁA, Givens DI, Lovegrove JA; “Casein-Derived Lactotripeptides Reduce Systolic and Diastolic Blood Pressure in a Meta-Analysis of Randomised Clinical Trials”; Nutrients; 2015; 7(1):659-681; https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4303860/

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