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The Valhalla Pre-Workout by Gods Rage, has been delivering incredible focus, pump, and most importantly, results in training for over 6 years now. Valhalla is one of the most popular boosters in Germany and for good reason. Whether it's powerlifting, bodybuilding, endurance training or any other sport, Valhalla stands for pure performance. What are you waiting for? Valhalla is calling for you.

  • Years of proven results
  • Extremely potent active ingredient matrix
  • High dose ingredients
  • 5 delicious flavors
  • Easy to dose
  • Proven quality - Made in Germany
Nutritional values and ingredients
Compositionper 15 g% (NRV*)
Vitamins & Minerals:
Niacin (as niacinamide)24 mg150%
Vitamin B12 (as cyanocobalamin)3 mcg120%
Magnesium (as bisglycinate)75 mg20%
Pump & Endurance Matrix:7750 mg
L-Citrulline DL-Malate3500 mg**
L-Arginine Hydrochloride2500 mg**
Beta-alanine1500 mg**
Beet powder250 mg**
Energy & Neurosensory Matrix:3700 mg
N-acetyl-L-tyrosine1000 mg**
Taurine1000 mg**
Cordyceps sinensis500 mg**
Vitamin B63.5 mg150%
Taurine1000 mg**
Cordyceps sinensis500 mg**
Rhodiola Rosea extract250 mg**
Cocoa extract250 mg**
Caffeine (total)200 mg**
Schisandra Chinensis fruit powder150 mg**
Ginkgo Biloba Leaf Extract50 mg**
Guarana fruit extract41 mg**
Antioxidant & Hydrate Matrix:1080 mg
Acerola fruit extract500 mg**
Of which vitamin C90 mg112,5%
Hesperidin250 mg**
Pomegranate fruit extract200 mg**
Grape seed extract75 mg**
thereof oligomeric proanthocyanidin37.5 mg**
Silver Willow Bark Extract50 mg**

Ingredients: L-Citrulline DL-malate 2:1, L-Arginine Hydrochloride, Beta-Alanine, N-Acetyl-L- Tyrosine, Taurine, Flavor Blend (Sour Cherry Flavor), Flavors, Magnesium Bisglycinate, Acerola Fruit Extract 12:1 (Malpighia punicifolia, contains 17% vitamin C), Chinese caterpillar fungus fruit body extract 10:1 (Cordyceps sinensis), Natural flavors, Rhodila Rosea extract, Astaxanthin (from Haematococcus pluvialis), Hesperidin (from bitter orange), Beetroot powder (Beta vulgaris var. conditiva), cocoa extract (Theobroma cacao L., contains 19% theobromine), pomegranate fruit extract (Punica granatum, contains 50% polyphenols and 2% ellagic acid), caffeine, Schisandra chinensis fruit powder, grape seed extract (Vitis vinifera L., contains 50 % oligomeric proanthocyanidins (OPC)), silver willow bark extract 10:1 (Salix alba), Ginkgo biloba leaf extract 50:1 (contains 24 % flavone glycosides), guarana fruit extract 1:1 (Paullinia cupana, contains 12 % caffeine), sweetener: sucralose, nicotinamide, cayenne pepper extract 10:1 (Capsicum annuum), black pepper fruit extract 25:1 (Piper Nigrum, contains 95 % piperine), cyanocobalamin.

*Percent of the recommended daily intake according to Regulation (EU) No. 1196/2011.

**No nutrient reference values (NRV) available.

Consumption recommendation

Intake recommendation:

Northman, dissolve 15g (1 scoop) of powder in 200-300ml of water 30-45 minutes before your workout and drink it! Do not exceed the 2 poritions 30g (2 scoops) within 24 hours.


Do not exceed the specified recommended daily intake. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced and varied diet. The product should be stored out of reach of small children.

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Content: 400g Item No.: 6651A

Valhalla has been convincing for years with constant results. This is mainly due to the active ingredient matrix, which is based on, potent active ingredients ingredients that support each other's mutually support each other's effects. Valhalla does not not on vast amounts of harsh stimulantswhich, unfortunately, can also cause inner restlessness and nervousness in many users in addition to the desired effects. Instead, the pre-workout is above all the focus in the first placeso that you can give your all during the workout without simply feeling over-excited. Valhalla works with different combination of active ingredients, all of which improve a different aspect of your workout.. Combining these aspects, it quickly becomes clear why Valhalla has been so popular for popularity for over 6 years. enjoys.

Pump & Endurance Matrix

Strength Endurance is an important qualitywhen it comes to getting the most out of any workout. For this reason we have developed the Pump & Endurance Matrix designed to improve your improve muscle endurance and effectively effectively delay the onset of muscle fatigue.. At the same time increases Valhalla increases your pump significantly. For this we rely among other things on Maximization of the body's nitric oxide production

Nitric oxide is a gaseous compound that relaxes the smooth muscle of your veins, causing them to dilate dramatically. veins dilate greatly. Due to the strongly dilated veins, an increased increased amount of blood to the stressed muscles (1,2,3). (1,2,3). The pump that you get so, your muscle endurance is muscle endurance is further increased. This is due to the fact that a maximum blood supply to the samewith a maximum supply of oxygen. is. With an increased blood flowis also accompanied by an improved nutrient supply (4,5) goes hand in hand. This supportsATP production and and the glycogen storage in the muscles.. It stimulates the muscle protein synthesis and supports your muscle building. The Pump & Endurance Matrix consists of L-Citrulline Malate, L-Arginine Hydrochloride, Beta-Alanine and beet powder. All these ingredients provide maximum blood flow and an optimized muscle endurance (1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8)

Energy & Neurosensory Matrix

To improve your improve your focus and thus your concentration during trainingwe use for the Valhalla Booster we use a sophisticated combination of active ingredients. This comes without harder stimulants which means that there is no crash after the workout is absent. Also unnecessary nervousness and inner restlessness can be can be avoided by the proven combination of ingredients. bypassso that nothing stands in the way of your training. Taurine ensures a better performance of the body (9). N-acetyl-L-tyrosine provides for a better cognitive cognitive function in stressful situations, which may well include training (10). In addition, both ingredients have an influence on your metabolism and support your energy during training. Cordyceps Sinensis beats through an increased ATP production in the same notch (11), Ginko biloba leaf extract improves the focus (12) and supports through its circulation-promoting effect also optimally supports the pump matrix (13). Schisandra chinensis fruit powder promotes your concentration through its adaptogenic effect and thus contributes to a razor-sharp focus. razor sharp focus (14). Cocoa extract, guarana and caffeine have a stimulating effect on the body and the body and thus provide increased increased performance and energy (15,16,17,18). Rounding out this matrix are. Rhodiola Rosea extract. In studies, this extract has been shown to improved mental performance, but it also acts as a powerful adaptogen and can also improve improve focus (19).

Antioxidant Matrix

Free radicals are aggressive, highly reactive oxygen compounds that can damage or even destroy both your (muscle) cells and your DNA through unwanted chemical reactions. Elevated levels of free radicals become with a associated with a variety of diseases. In addition, they also seem to slow down the aging process of the body accelerate (20,21). During intense training sessions, oxidative stress can lead to an increased occurrence of these free radicals. The free radicals contained in the antioxidant matrix contained in the Antioxidant Matrix can effectively neutralize these free effectively neutralize these free radicals. This means that they can no longer cause any damage. The protects your muscles from damage, improves but also improves your regeneration and recovery. In addition, the ingredients of the Antioxidant Matrix of course have other benefits. The contained pomegranate fruit extract for example showed in scientific studies anti-inflammatory effects (22). Acerola fruit extract is one of the most concentrated sources of natural vitamin C vitamin C (23), so it also has anti-inflammatory anti-inflammatory and promotes the body's own collagen formation (24,25). Hesperidin has been scientifically shown to have the ability to stimulate muscle growth (26), and is also a highly highly anti-oxidant ingredient (27). (27). The immune system benefits from the contained Grape seed extract. This has an anti-bacterial effect (28) and promoted nitric oxide production in studies (29,30). It therefore also supports the effect of the pump matrix. Silver willow bark extract is particularly beneficial due to the naturally occurring version of acetylsalicylic acid - the active ingredient in aspirin - known as salicin. It has anti-inflammatory (31) and thus promotes regeneration. Astaxanthin also promotes the functioning of the immune system (32) and has a decisive influence on the metabolism (33).

Vitamins and minerals

The various active ingredient complexes are rounded off by Niacin, vitamin B12 and magnesium bisglycinate.. At Niacin is an essential essential vitaminwhich is involved in the energy production your body and the function of your nervous system and the function of your nervous system (34). In addition, niacin can dilate your blood vessels nitric oxide production, niacin can dilate your blood vessels to promote blood flow (35). (35). Vitamin B12 also has an important role in the normal function of the nervous systemthe energy metabolism and cell division. Magnesium bisglycinate has a number of important benefits for the body. Since magnesium is essential for energy metabolism metabolism, it was able to significantly increase exercise performance in the study setting. significantly increase exercise performance (36,37).

However, all these active ingredients are only of use to the body if they are also optimally absorbed they can be absorbed. For this reason contains Valhalla Piperine & Cayenne Pepper Extract. Both ingredients ensure that the booster will have a much much longer and stronger effect by by inhibiting a inhibiting a variety of enzymesthat would otherwise break down the ingredients (38,39).

As you can see, the content formula of our Valhalla is well thought out. This may well be why it has become a constant for so many people. With ingredients that are ideally matched, Valhalla delivers exactly what it's supposed to, which is results in the form of focus, energy, and performance in the gym. So what are you waiting for? Valhalla is calling for you

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