Now Available: Magnum Fasted Cardio
Magnum Nutraceuticals is synonymous with the Canadian supplement industry and has some of the best-selling products in their respective categories. The larger than life brand features their delicious Quattro protein powder, their top of the line test booster, Thrust, and their ridiculously hot fat burner, Heat Accelerated. Magnum has a new release, and this time they’re bringing out a brand new fat-burning experience, Fasted Cardio.
Magnum Fasted Cardio is a thermogenic drink mix that targets midsection fat, increases internal temperature (thermogenic effect), increases energy, and helps optimize your workout. Fasted Cardio is available in three delicious flavours, including Molotov Cocktail (Red Candy Blast), Shock Therapy (Electric Blue Gummy), and Rise & Grind (Drive-Thru Orange Drink).
Magnum Heat vs. Magnum Fasted Cardio
With Magnum having two fat burner style products in their impressive catalogue of products, the question begs, what is the difference between Magnum Heat and Magnum Fasted Cardio?
Heat Accelerated by Magnum combines 30 different ingredients to support your body's natural fat-burning processes by providing the ideal environment for these processes. Heat Accelerated includes natural stimulants, thermogenic agents, and adaptogens. This helps promote fat loss by mobilizing fat stores to burn as energy, as well as accelerating your metabolism.
On the other hand, Fasted Cardio by Magnum is a thermogenic powder that’s designed to help you get the most out of your fat burning workouts and enhance the benefits of your training. Fasted Cardio helps to increase the rate you burn fat and calories, specifically around the midsection. With multiple sources of energy and ingredients designed to get you fired up, Fasted Cardio can help bring a new level of intensity to your workout, even while on a low-calorie or restrictive diet.
Fasted Cardio by Magnum Nutraceuticals, as well as all the other amazing Magnum products, are available right here in Canada at Supplement Superstore.