• Speed Recovery
  • Reduce Muscle Soreness
  • Boost Muscle Building
  • Support Cellular Processes
  • Sustained Energy
  • Improved Endurance

In some cases, you very literally are what you eat. This colloquialism is especially true when you are eating essential amino acids. Amino acids literally form the proteins that make muscle and many other critical components to health and fitness. The 9 essential amino acids can be used to create any of the other 11 dietary amino acids, and the essential amino acids must be consumed in the diet. Amino Prime is made of all 9 EAAs with added glutamine, taurine, and natural caffeine for total workout support.

  • Instaminos™ branched chain amino acids, leucine, isoleucine, and valine, work to turn on muscle protein synthesis – the recovery process by which we repair and build muscle
  • Lysine, Threonine, Phenylalanine, Histidine, Methionine, and Tryptophan are the remaining 6 EAAs that supply the muscle with all the building blocks it needs
  • L-Glutamine supports accelerated recovery, hydration, and glycogen synthesis
  • L-Taurine support nutrient delivery and exercise capacity
  • Natural Caffeine boosts natural energy levels

Intense training requires a primed and ready system. Amino Prime was engineered to keep your body ready to push the limit day in and day out. Kick your recovery up a notch with Amino Prime!




Instamino™ are a specially designed form of amino acids which easily dissolve for a smooth, clean delivery of BCAAs. The BCAAs are unique types of amino acids with a branch-like structure that are especially abundant in muscle.


  • “turns on” muscle protein synthesis by interacting with the mammalian target of rapamycin (mTOR)
  • Serves are precursor to anticatabolic metabolites, HMB, HICA, and KIC


  • Similarly structured to leucine, isoleucine assists with the cellular uptake of leucine, for a more robust anabolic effect


  • Supports Leucine and Isoleucine functions
  • May promote glycogen synthesis in muscle cells


The Essential Amino Acids are required by humans for proper biological function. They cannot be synthesized by the body, and therefore, they must be eaten.

  • The essential amino acids include the branched chain amino acids, leucine, isoleucine, and valine.
  • In addition, the EAAs include L-Lysine, L-Threonine, L-Phenylalanine, L-
  • Histidine, L-Methionine, and L-Tryptophan.
  • These amino acids can be converted to the other 11 dietary amino acids: arginine, alanine, asparagine, aspartate, glycine, glutamate, glutamine, serine, tyrosine, proline, cysteine.
  • All 20 amino acids are used in the formation of muscle proteins


While being classified as a nonessential amino acid, increased quantities of glutamine may support recovery.

  • Glutamine can be converted to glucose which can fuel muscle cells and increase glycogen resynthesis
  • Supports the gastrointestinal system by stimulating protein synthesis
  • May improve hydration


Taurine is a sulfuric amino acid with some specialized effects.

  • Supports endothelial function
  • Has antioxidant effects
  • May improve exercise tolerance and reduce muscle soreness


Caffeine is a xanthine molecule with pronounced biological effects

  • Caffeine causes adrenaline release
  • Adrenaline gives us the best of both worlds – increased calorie burn and increased fat burn.