Legion is a brand that is known for a different reason. When many brands overhype simple Citrulline based pre-workouts, Legion does it differently. They don’t have the most exciting products on the market, but that is actually where their strength lies. It’s refreshing to see a brand that doesn’t rely on crazy marketing claims, and broken promises. If there is one thing Legion does well, it’s delivering with their products, without promising you the world.
Today, we look at Legion Recharge, a post-workout supplement. It is quite a simple formula so this will not take that long, but it is one that many of you should take a look at, as it could be your next go to postworkout.
Creatine Monohydrate – 5g
The first ingredient is Creatine Monohydrate, which while not necessarily needed to be taken post-workout, is nice to see here. Now Creatine Monohydrate is by far the most proven ingredient for increasing performance at the gym. There is so much research on it, we can’t even begin to list the crazy amount of studies showing it to be beneficial.
Creatine Monohydrate converts to Creatine Phosphate in the body. This in turn helps with ATP production, and if you don’t know what ATP is, it is the energy currency of cells. Creatine Phosphate is stored in your muscles, so think of it as extra stored energy. When you supplement with Creatine, you have extra energy stores, which can in turn help with performance.
You get 5 grams of Creatine Monohydrate in Recharge, which is the preferred dose.
L-Carnitine L-Tartrate – 2.1g
L-Carnitine L-Tartrate is a popular ingredient in fat burners, and some other products as well. Carnitine on its own has long been marketed as a fat burning ingredient, however it has more benefits than just that.
While LCLT has several benefits, the main reason you find it in Recharge is for its benefits in recovery. According to a study done on 10 young recreationally weight-trained healthy males, LCLT was shown to reduce exercise induced muscle fatigue.
At 2.1 grams you are getting a good dose in Recharge.
Corosolic Acid (From Banaba Leaf) – 10.5mg
The last ingredient in Recharge is Corosolic Acid, and you usually see this in GDA supplements. It can help with blood sugar levels, and can help with glucose and amino acid absorption. Oddly enough, this is not the fanciest ingredient on the market, but is the fanciest one in Recharge, which is in Legion fashion.
At 10.5mg per serving, you are getting a solid dose in Recharge.
Recharge is a solid supplement that will certainly do it’s part in helping with recovery and performance. There are no ingredients we haven’t seen in other products, but that’s the good part, it simply doesn’t give you stuff you don’t need and does not over promise anything.
We also have to say, the flavors are solid as well. The Watermelon we have has been very enjoyable, and it goes down smooth. Is this a miracle supplement? No! However it certainly has its place and comes at a reasonable cost. It is nice to see a post-workout that isn’t just a bunch of sugar and protein at a ridiculous cost. Nope, Recharge is affordable, it works, tastes great, and is certainly worth trying out for yourself.
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