Up-Lift™ contains ingredients that scientific studies suggest will support:
• Lean Mass Gains and Positive Nitrogen Balance
• Elevated Fat-Burning Metabolism
• Nitric Oxide (NO) Action
- Detoxification of Ammonia
- Gluconeogenesis and Thermogenesis
- Blood Glucose Levels
- Aerobic and Anaerobic Energy Metabolism
- Muscle Carnosine Levels
- Reduction or Delay of Neuromuscular Fatigue
- Muscular Power and Endurance
- Free Radical Protection
- Neurological Function
- Mental Well-Being and Vigilance
- Resistance to Stress
What users say about Up-Lift
A bodybuilding athlete who tested the Up-Lift training formula release candidate reported:
The nutritional ergonomics of Up-Lift are outstanding. It provides for an ultra-comfortable ride whether you’re driving across weight-lifting or cardio terrain. In the weight room you want your training formula to provide get-me-a-pump-no-matter-what reliability. Beverly’s formula delivers. But as a hybrid training formula, Up-Lift turns you into a rock star during cardio, as well. That adaptable functionality also allows you to move seamlessly from one body part to the next without losing momentum, focus, or your pump.
Being free of caffeine and other stimulants, Up-Lift doesn’t give you that nasty
tweaked out feeling that makes you want to hide in a dark closet until it passes. Yet you still get plenty of
Mr. Hyde intensity. And rather than checking out after the first 15 or 20 minutes of your workout, Up-Lift carries you until the very end. Its ingredients work together like a Ferrari F1 gearbox with no performance loss. I felt mentally upright and on-cue from the first set to the last. My muscles didn’t miss a beat. It’s definitely the fastest-shifting nutritional transmission I’ve ever tried.
Up-Lift has a totally unique hybrid personality that will allow you to enjoy the cut and thrust of any kind of workout style. The release candidate I tested for Beverly is not for normal city driving. However, like Roger [Roger Riedinger, owner of Beverly] said,
if you want to pull 90 seconds of fury out of every 60 seconds of working out, then you should probably give it a go.
UP-LIFT Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
1. What is UP-LIFT?
UP-LIFT is a stimulant-free powdered drink mix that is intended to be mixed with water and consumed before and during training in order to sustain higher levels of mental and muscular output (performance) during resistance and cardiovascular forms of exercise.
2. Can anyone use UP-LIFT?
UP-LIFT is intended for use by healthy, exercising individuals over 18 years of age. Bodybuilders, figure and fitness athletes, mixed martial artists, powerlifters and other athletes who regularly engage in high-intensity resistance and/or cardiovascular exercise of any kind can benefit from consuming UP-LIFT immediately before and during their workouts.
3. What makes UP-LIFT different from “pre-trainin” formulas?
a. UP-LIFT is the world’s first hybrid training formula. The term “hybrid” refers to two features:
The UP-LIFT formula was designed for consumption immediately before and during training for greater mental and muscular output. “Pre-training” formulas are consumed only before training.
The UP-LIFT formula was designed to satisfy the needs of both resistance and cardiovascular forms of exercise. Each form of exercise creates different metabolic and nutritional demands.
UP-LIFT is stimulant-free and creatine-free. Most pre-training formulas contain both.
i. Creatine-free: This means that UP-LIFT will not produce water retention. Quite the contrary, with ingredients like arginine-AKG and citrulline (which increases arginine levels), UP-LIFT reduces water retention and thereby produces harder and sharper looking muscles. Studies performed in the 1990s indicate that arginine supplementation “flushes” out excess sodium and water when combined with a high-protein diet.
i. Stimulant-free: Being entirely free of stimulants (i.e. no caffeine or other stimulants), UP-LIFT produces sustainable energy and mood without the “collapse”. The term “collapse” refers to the substantial depression of mood and energy levels that occurs several hours following the use of stimulant-containing formulas.
c. Beverly lists the actual amount of every ingredient found in the UP-LIFT formula on the product label. The majority of pre-training formulas and many other products hide this information behind “proprietary blends” for which the amount of each ingredient is not disclosed. Often only one or two ingredients in these “blends” will be present in useful quantities. The other ingredients in the blend are added in extremely small, physiological insignificant amounts just so that they can be listed on the label. Most supplement companies are not willing to incur the costs involved in producing a product like UP-LIFT with the same amounts of the same high-quality of ingredients.
4. When can I expect to see results while using UP-LIFT?
You will feel UP-LIFT working in as little as 15 minutes of consumption and throughout your entire workout when used as directed. During your workout you can expect to see and feel results that include but are not limited to*:
Greater mental clarity and focus: You’ll be more in tune with your muscles as they contract.
Greater energy and motivation: You’ll be excited to train…and train.
Faster and harder pumps: Pumps build muscle. (“The bigger the pumps, the bigger the lumps.”)
• Greater strength endurance: You’ll be able to lift heavier weights for more sets without tiring as easily.
5. If I don’t perform resistance exercise, can I still benefit from using UP-LIFT?
As state above, unlike ”pre-training“ formulas and many other products, UP-LIFT is a hybrid formula designed to improve mental and muscular output during resistance as well as cardiovascular exercise. For instance, UP-LIFT contains gluconeogenic (glucose-generating) amino acids such as alanine and glycine. These were specifically chosen for their ability to support blood glucose and energy levels. Glucose is a major source of energy for muscle tissue during exercise, particularly high-intensity exercise.
Summary Up-Lift: Hybrid Training Formula
Beverly has alloyed together a motley crew of nutritional substrates and co-factors to produce an entirely stimulant-free TRAINING formula capable of being ingested immediately prior to and again mid-way through your workout for true “sustained action”. To further ensure that your training needs are covered from front to back without interruption, Beverly’s R&D lab has added the gluconeogenic amino acids L-alanine and glycine to UP-LIFT. They help sustain glucose levels without inhibiting fat-burning. In fact, by supporting gluconeogenesis, UP-LIFT actually supports fat-burning and thermogenesis.
Under the “Hood”
NO Matrix: NO regulates vasodilation, muscle contraction, oxygen consumption, inflammation, appetite, pain tolerance and protein synthesis, among other things. We tried to express these regulatory properties in the most explosively dramatic possible terms with the UP-LIFT NO Matrix.
Mental Acuity/Energy Matrix: Falling blood glucose levels, fatigue, loud gym members, bad music –these and other distractions are the “barbaric invaders” of your workout. The UP-LIFT™ Mental Acuity/Energy Matrix keeps them at bay by sharpening your awareness and giving you bullet-proof energy and enthusiasm. Finally you can get in the zone quickly and remain there whether you’re pumping iron or pounding the treadmill.
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