Reboot is the only post-workout product that fully addresses both nutritional and hormonal aspects of post-workout nutrition. It is a true all-in-one product and far more advanced than any other product in this category. Being an all-in-one product it is also suitable for athletes outside of bodybuilding such as cyclists, football players, crossfit, triathletes, and boxers.
Reboot contains a full serving of Cyborg Sport's Zero Protein, a special non-dairy hydrolyzed collagen peptide that offers efficient absorption of 25g protein without an upset stomach. Zero also utilizes Fortigel Collagen Peptides which have been shown to replenish and repair worn joints.
Reboot contains 30g of Cyborg Sport's Rocket Fuel - a high molecular weight low osmolality low DE agglomorated maltodextrin. This is not like other maltodextrin and is created specifically for sports performance and accelerated digestion. CinnulinPF has been added to enhance the effectiveness of the carbohydrates - a Cinnamon Extract which helps to up-regulate glucose transport (insulin) to deliver the carbohydrates to your muscles faster and more effectively.
KSM-66 is a patented form of full spectrum organic Ashwagandha extract. This potent adaptagen has been shown to lower the stress hormone cortisol by up to 27.9% as well as having endurance enhancing effects. Having an excess of cortisol can cause dire effects both mentally and physically. Importantly for sports performance cortisol is a catabolic hormone that also increases the storage of belly fat. During physical activity it is normal to experience a spike in cortisol as the body and mind undergoes a stressful event however once finishing it is very important to lower cortisol quickly to begin recovery. By taking Reboot post-workout this process is accelerated and the body and mind will calm down and move from a catabolic to an anabolic process of recovery and new muscle synthesis.
Each ingredient in Reboot is supports the next and the entire formulation works in a circular feed to enhance recovery and the change from catabolism and anabolism.