What is Strength Surge?
As part of EQ Nutrition’s elite performance series Strength Surge has been specifically designed for those wanting to improve performance and optimise training through greater gains in strength, power and muscular energy.
Strength Surge offers a combination of the purest form of D-Aspartic acid with optimal amounts of Zinc and B Vitamins in order to maximise strength and muscle building results.
This unique formula of Strength Surge uses the proven amounts of D-aspartic acid as shown in research for raising testosterone levels by up to 42%.
Why take Strength Surge?
Using Strength Surge can raise testosterone levels1 by up to 42%. This occurs naturally by raising the bodies luteinizing hormone which promotes the body to increase natural testosterone production. This is important for those looking to boost testosterone levels to assist in rapidly building strength and power.
Increased levels of testosterone have been linked with increases in maximal strength and improvements in short explosive performances.2
Testosterone has been linked to faster recovery rates and added muscle mass making it perfect for those who undertake resistance training to look better, accelerate strength and improve performance.
When to take Strength Surge?
Strength Surge is best used in a cyclic fashion of anywhere between two weeks to four weeks followed by two to four weeks off. The reason for this is the active ingredient continue to build up within the body and continue to exert its effects for a similar period to its ingestion.
Considering how well Strength Surge works for increasing short term strength and explosive power it makes the perfect accompaniment to other products such as EQ’s Creatine mints or Preworkout+ for maximising performance.
Topo et al. 2009. The role and molecular mechanism of D-aspartic acid in the release and synthesis of LH and testosterone in human and rats. Reproductive biology and endocrinology.
Rogerson et al 2007, ‘The effect of short-term use of testosterone enanthate on muscular strength and power in healthy young males’, The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research