* Formula is currently being re-formulated

  • Reduce Body Fat*
  • Build Muscle*
  • Optimize Nutrient Partitioning*
  • Support Healthy Hormone Levels*
  • 30 Servings



What is nutrient partitioning?

Nutrient partitioning is all about how the body directs and utilizes the primary nutrients, fats, carbohydrates, and proteins. In general, better body composition is realized when more nutrients are directed towards muscle than fat.

When we can augment this ratio, we facilitate body RE-composition. The body is not getting smaller or larger as a whole, but it is decreasing its ratio of fat tissue to muscle tissue. In other words, more muscle and less body fat. Which is the exact purpose of RECOMP.

  • Physicor™ Fenugreek – Fenugreek helps increase testosterone, manage blood sugar, and decrease body fat.*
  • Berberine – Perhaps the best known glucose disposal agent, berberine shuttles carbohydrates straight to muscle.*
  • Ashwagandha Extract – Helps reduce stress and increase muscle mass.*
  • Advantra Z® Bitter Orange – Facilitates weight loss while preserving muscle.*

With these 4 ingredients, RECOMP is destined to deliver results. Experience fat loss and muscle gain with the repartitioning effects of RECOMP today.


*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.

Supplement Facts

 Best fat loss muscle builder



Fenugreek is a well-known herb from India.

  • Decreases blood glucose
  • Enhances glycogen resynthesis
  • Decreases body fat
  • Increases strength and muscle gain
  • May increase testosterone



Berberine is a compound found in the berberis plant and used in traditional Chinese medicine.

  • Inhibits atrogin-1 to reverse some processes resulting in muscle loss, increasing muscle gain.
  • Potent blood glucose, cholesterol, and glycation reducing abilities
  • Demonstrated fat loss effects



An ayurvedic, adaptogenic herb known to help manage stress

  • Decreases cortisol levels
  • Manages stress and anxiety
  • Improves mood
  • May increase testosterone in men


Bitter Orange Extract

Bitter orange extract contains neuroactive agents, synephrine, hordenine, and octopamine.

  • Similar to ephedrine for fat burning
  • Increases metabolic rate
  • Potentiates effects of other fat loss mechanisms

Q: What is the best way to use RECOMP?

A: As a dietary supplement, take 1 serving (2 capsules) with water in the morning or before training.


Q: Can I stack other products with RECOMP?

A: Yes. To accelerate fat loss, stack RECOMP with BURNR. To accelerate muscle gain, stack RECOMP with TOR-ACTIV.



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