Men's Extreme Training Vitapak
Get the most out of your workout
GNC AMP Men's Extreme Training Vitapak® Program delivers the power of five science-based formulas to help you maximize your physical and mental intensity and get the most from your workout.
Get the nutritinal support active men need: Clinically studied men's multivitamin blend shown to work better than a basic multivitamin.
Train harder: Clinically studied formula improves performance & increases nedurance.
Enhance circulation & blood flow: L-Arginine & clinically studied resVida* Resveratrol for increased nitric oxide production, circulation & blood flow
Stay focused: TAY: Ginkgo biloba supports mental sharpness
Protect your muscles: Clinically researched antioxidant formula to defend against damaging free radicals caused by intense workouts.
Performance and Vitality Vitapak
Achieve nutritional goals with customized ingredients & a multivitamin with over 30 clinically studied ingredients.
Men's Ripped Vitapak
Delivers the power of five science-based formulas to help you achieve your daily nutritional goals as you strive for a lean, sculpted physique.
GNC Men's Healthy Testosterone
Maintains healthy testosterone levels, which is important for proper sexual and muscular function.
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Note: Formulations can change over time. Be sure to check the ingredients label on the in-store product.
In a randomized double-blinded, placebo-controlled study of 112 healthy volunteers, subjects taking the GNC vitamin and mineral blend for 6 weeks experienced significant improvements in serum levels of certain key nutrients compared to a placebo and a leading multivitamin formula based upon multivariate statistical analysis of a group of B vitamins (thiamin, niacin, riboflavin, pantothenic acid, biotin, folic acid and vitamins B-6, and B-12) and key antioxidants and carotenoids (a group of beta-carotene, alpha-tocopherol, selenium lutein and lycopene). Statistical improvements in SF- 36 Vitality and Mental Health Score were also overserved compared to placebo.