February 11, 2017
Glutamine refers to the amino acid which is commonly found in our muscles. More than 60% of our skeletal muscle is made up of Glutamine. The primary function of this vital amino acid is to supply nitrogen to our muscle cells. Glutamine levels tend to drastically drop during intense training, including lifting weights, cardio exercises, etc. on a regular basis. In such cases, L-Glutamine supplements have been proven to help in muscle recovery and enhance protein metabolism. Daily intake of L-Glutamine supplements helps in increased workout recovery and a marked decrease in muscle soreness. It also helps in prevention of...
November 19, 2015
There are many great supplements that can help increase your workout results and beta alanine, a non-essential amino acid, is quickly rising to the top of the list. Why? Because it is offers some fantastic workout-related benefits that you’ll enjoy whether you’re new to the exercise scene or you’ve been building muscles and burning calories for years. It Reduces Feelings of Fatigue One of the things that makes beta alanine a desirable supplement is that it reduces your feelings of fatigue. This is huge when you’re trying to constantly push beyond your own physical limits, setting new and higher...
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June 25, 2015
With CrossFit becoming more popular with time, many fitness enthusiasts are searching for useful and effective ways to help them better recover from the intensity that this type of workout provides. One option for helping you achieve this goal is to use protein powder for a refreshing post-exercise drink that soothes your body as much as it does your thirst. What types of ingredients should this particular powder contain? Here are three: Branch Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs): Branch chain amino acids in your recovery protein powder can help increase your energy once you’ve completed your workout. If you’ve...
May 09, 2015
As a rugby player, your body has some very specific supplemental needs. And meeting these needs can help improve your training sessions and game-day performance, taking you to higher levels both personally and within your career as a player. What supplements should you consider as part of your training routine? Here are three of the best: A Multivitamin. Whether you play rugby or any other physical sport, taking a daily multivitamin increases the likelihood that you will meet all of your vitamin and mineral needs to keep your body running optimally. Just be sure to pick one that has as...