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  • Advanced Pre-workout Formula

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FTC Legal Disclaimer: Results may vary, and testimonials are not claimed to represent typical results. All testimonials are real, and all the guys pictured transformed their body through using the Afterburn Fuel pre-workout supplement in addition to Mike Chang's exercise and nutrition systems. However, these results are meant as a showcase of what the best, most motivated clients have done and should not be taken as average or typical results. In addition, you assume certain risks inherent in pre-workout supplements by using Afterburn Fuel. Afterburn Fuel is designed to be an extremely intense pre-workout supplement that gives you massive energy, focus, and muscle pumps in the gym. It contains caffeine and other stimulant ingredients. You should not take Afterburn Fuel if you are sensitive to stimulants, or if you have any health issues that may make use of intense pre-workout supplements hazardous. Always consult with your physician before taking Afterburn Fuel, or before taking any supplement or making any changes to your diet or workout plan. All scientific evidence on this page is for individual ingredients in the Afterburn Fuel formula. Although these ingredients have been extensively studied, these results are not purported to represent the results a typical user may get from using the complete Afterburn Fuel formulation. Never exceed the recommended dose of Afterburn Fuel under any circumstances. If you experience any adverse reactions or side effects, immediately discontinue use of Afterburn Fuel and mail it back to us for a full refund.


My Stomach Looks Flabby
I have Love Handles (Enlarged Waistline)
Traditional Ab Exercises Aren’t Giving Me Results
I Can't See Any Ab Definition
I Feel Self-Conscious When I’m Shirtless
All or several of the above

Well, here’s the problem…

You aren’t working out with the right intensity, because you don’t have the energy to get to the gym after a long day. It’s not your fault, and you are not alone. It’s not easy to get results unless you are working out with HIGH INTENSITY each and every workout.


But there is a solution to your problem!

It’s called Afterburn Fuel. Unlike most pre-workouts that are "stimulant-concentrated" formulas that only provide a short burst of energy then leave you feeling worse than before... Afterburn Fuel is formulated with ingredients that are designed to FUEL the body from the very first rep, to your very last.


Beta Alanine
The benefits of working out with beta-alanine are backed by major university and peer-reviewed studies for it’s proven results in increasing lean muscle mass as well as reducing feelings of fatigue during exercise [1] [2] . This non-essential amino acid has also been shown to boost muscular endurance and increase one’s exercise capacity so that you can train harder, for longer [3] [4] [5] .

HydroMax™ offers exceptional hydration in a uniquely optimized proprietary blend of glycerol and silica [6] . This potent matrix has been shown in studies to not only keep athletes well hydrated, but also has been proven to increase endurance, boost visible muscle pumps, vascularity and decrease feelings of strain or fatigue [7] [8] [9] [10] .

Higenamine HCL
This plant derived chemical works like a stimulant in that it assists in getting your heart rate into the fat-burning training zone without constricting your blood flow [11] [12] [13] . Higenamine works by stimulating the activity of specific enzymes that boost the fat-burning effects and activity of chemical messengers involved in the metabolic process of burning adipose (fat) tissue. All of this suggests that Higenamine makes for a potent pre-workout ingredient - providing the crazy, laser-like focus that leaves you NOT wanting to leave the gym, while bringing a thermogenic weight-loss component as well [14] [15] [16] .

Ingredients & Use

Afterburn Fuel Intensity Maximizing Bonuses:

Zero Willpower Eating System: 13 bonus videos that will take all of the guesswork out of dieting for good. They will teach you how to eat, what to eat, and when to eat! It will give you all the benefits of a healthy diet, but it’ll taste so good that you’ll feel like you’re cheating.

Max Afterburn Workout: Get the most out of your Afterburn Fuel Pre-workout supplement by combining it with our Max Afterburn Workout. This new style of training will ensure you stay motivated and help you see the results you deserve.

Arm Blaster Program: This video series of arm workouts will show you what I personally use to get the arms I have today. Each video will specialize in targeting and developing your biceps, triceps and that one hidden arm muscle (Discover in program).

Top 10 Supplement Guide: Maximize on your workouts by using this helpful guide to determine which supplements are right for you and your fitness goals. You won’t ever waste your time and money again on supplements that you don’t want or need. This guide will lay it all out to help you develop your own personalized supplement stack.


If you don't like Afterburn Fuel for any reason at all, just mail the container back within 60 days for a full 100% refund. No hassles, no questions asked. Even if you've used all of the Afterburn Fuel and you just mail back the empty container, you'll still receive a full refund for your order (minus shipping & handling). However, I know you'll absolutely love this product and how great of a deal it is. Hundreds of thousands of guys just like you have already taken advantage of Afterburn Fuel. You owe it to yourself to see what you can do with these proven ingredients.



* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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