Infinite Force Review
What You Should Know
Anyone interested in bodybuilding needs to take the time to visit a few forums before storming into a supplement warehouse and spending thousands of dollars one useless products. Infinite Force is a good muscle support supplement, but it contains ingredients commonly found in other supplements. It is not uncommon for bodybuilders to stack protein, creatine, caffeine, glutamine, BCAAs and other supplements, but spending money on each individual supplement when there are affordable options that combine several ingredients, is just a bad idea. Glutamine and BCAAs, the ingredients in Infinite Force, can be taken during the cutting and bulking phases of bodybuilding with protein. Thus, taking a supplement with protein, glutamine and BCAAs is the best option. Infinite Force contains all three.
There are no weight loss benefits associated with glutamine and BCAAs. This supplement is not designed for the dieter and it does not contain the vitamins and nutrients a dieter needs. Basic protein shake powders are all the dieter needs.
List of Ingredients
L-Glutamine, L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine, L-Valine, L-Arginine, Citrulline Malate, Sodium, Potassium, Chloride, Whey Protein Isolate, Waxy Maize (Modified Corn Starch), Natural and Artificial Flavor, Citric Acid, Acesulfame Potassium, Sucralose, Sodium Chloride, Potassium Chloride, FD&C Blue # 1.
Infinite Force works in three ways. The glutamine restores fuel resources in the muscle. The muscle stores glutamine, but it uses it as the first fuel source. With intense exercise and weight training, stores of glutamine can diminish quickly. Taking a glutamine supplement is important for protecting the muscle. If glutamine stores are allowed to deplete, the muscle will break down and feed on itself.
BCAAs are the building blocks of protein and protein feeds the muscle during recovery, so one supports the other. The better protein is about to work, the faster muscles will recover. Recovery after weight training involves growing new muscle, which is how muscle size develops.
Unlike other protein powders, this product is available in blue raspberry and grape – not the typical vanilla and chocolate. We like the change, but we are not sure how bodybuilders feel about fruity protein. There are only 5 grams of protein per 80 calorie serving, which could be a bit of a deterrent.
- Ingredients are listed online.
- Contains glutamine, BCAA and protein.
- Does not contain enough protein.
- Some bodybuilders may not like the fruity taste.
- Contains 60 empty calories.
Infinite Force is a good try at a complete protein, but it falls a bit short. There is no sense in wasting 80 calories on a supplement that contains only 5 grams protein. Glutamine contains no calories, so the added energy comes from carbohydrates. While we understand the need for carbs to move protein and ingredients in to the muscle, we’re not sure this product is needed if the bodybuilder is already taking protein with glutamine and BCAAs as a daily protein shake.