MET-Rx BCAAs are the building blocks of protein – of special importance to body builders and power athletes. BCAAs L-leucine, L-isoleucine and L-valine make up about one third of the total protein content of human muscle tissue.
Increase muscle strength and growth
Around 33% of muscle protein consists of BCAAs. Even moderate exercise causes levels of BCAAs to drop rapidly – resulting in muscle tissue breakdown (catabolism), fatigue and a drop in testosterone levels. Research shows that athletes who supplement with BCAAs experience increased muscle growth and strength, overall increases in energy and improved muscle power output.
Perhaps the greatest benefit to hard training athletes is the increase in metabolic recovery that follows supplementation. Most athletes feel a substantial decrease in the amount of post-exercise muscle soreness soon after beginning BCAA supplementation. This means faster recovery from exercise-induced protein damage (remember your muscles grow when you damage them), which in turn means faster size and strength gains. With increased recovery you can hit the iron harder and more frequently – and thus meet your goals sooner.
Boosting immune function
When you train at high intensity or high volume you risk immune suppression and infections. If you're sick it's hard to train, much less grow. It's even harder to come back after an illness without losing a ton of strength and size. By supplementing with BCAAs you'll help reverse glutamine loss, which is essential for immune function. BCAAs also help prevent a catabolic state in the body, which in turn can help improve recovery and lessen the damaging effects your exercise sessions may have on the body.
Take 6 capsules daily, either in the morning, evening or between meals on an empty stomach with a full glass of water.
|Vitamin E (α-TE)||8mg||80%|
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