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Friday, 2 January 2015

Which Supplement Will Suits Me The Best Part-2

Well People Doing gym or exercise have one question always that which Supplement should I go with??, so here you have some simple points to be considered when you are confused about them i.e.

1) Decide your goal before deciding any supplement(i.e Gaining Mass, Loose fat, Weight Gain)
2) Know,What supplement does in your body or It's function in your body??
3) Know Your body requirement.(You should be sure about your body requirement)
And Now
4) Target your goals with supplement that you have chosen for your body.(and Buy It.)
5) Now Go and ask your Trainer to train you hard to achieve those goals.


Creatine:Creatine is actually made from three amino acids: arginine, glycine and methionine.Creatine is a chemical that is normally found in the body, mostly in muscles.Creatine is most commonly used for improved exercise performance and increasing muscle mass in athletes and older adults,Creatine is involved in making the energy muscles need to work.Creatine works in a number of ways. For one, it increases the amount of fast energy in your muscles needed to perform reps in the gym.Creatine draws more water into your muscle cells, placing a stretch on the cell that increases long-term growth.

One question arises when it comes to creatine.

Creatineis LIKELY SAFE when taken by mouth appropriately. First off: Yes, creatine can cause water retention. This is probably no surprise. Regardless, unless you have a specific concern—like hypertension that requires treatment with diuretics—it's not a medical issue. Creatine causes muscles to draw water from the rest of your body. Be sure to drink extra water to make up for this. Also, if you are taking creatine, don't exercise in the heat. It might cause you to become dehydrated.

Creatine isn't recommended for people with kidney or liver disease, or diabetes. Others who should avoid taking it are children under age 18 and women who are pregnant or nursing. Also don't use creatine if you are taking any medication or supplement that could affect your blood sugar, because creatine may also affect blood sugar levels.


Branched chain amino acids (BCAA):

BCAAs also work in your favor by reducing the rate of protein breakdown. Branched-chain amino acids are essential nutrients that the body obtains from proteins found in food, especially meat, dairy products, and legumes. They include leucine, isoleucine, and Valine, the absolute most important amino acids for repairing and building muscle tissue. A balanced diet with adequate protein provides enough BCAAs, even for the strenuous exerciser.
Branched-chain amino acids are POSSIBLY SAFE when taken by mouth appropriately, Branched-chain amino acids appear to be safe for most people when used for up to six months. Side effects may include fatigue and loss of coordination.

Actually a must have for bodybuilders, Bcaa does their work beautifully BCAAs not only increase the rate of protein synthesis, but they also increase the cell's Capacity for protein synthesis! Yes it is.

Glutamine is an amino acid (a building block for proteins) Not only is Glutamine important for bodybuilders to help prevent metabolism, it's also important for regular folks with all the benefits it provides, and no side effects. Amino acid has been a favorite of bodybuilders for decades because it's central to muscle function and is one of the most plentiful aminos found in the human body .Glutamine is a carbon and nitrogen donor and helps restore glycogen which restores energy. Benefits are vast:

1.     It prevents your muscle from being catabolized.
2.     Glutamine can help you produce growth hormone levels.
3.     Glutamine strengthens the immune system and is essential for hair growth.
4.     Glutamine is one of the most important nutrients for your intestines.
5.     Glutamine can combat fat storage

Pre workout Supplements:

Boosters for Pre workout are designed to help you maximize your time in the gym and attack those weight Lines. The right food will provide most of the raw energy you need to lift, but that’s only one piece of the puzzle. Whole food won’t prime your central nervous system, increase nitric oxide, or help muscle fibers contract harder.
But you need a right supplement to deliver you all to get the harder treatment for your muscles.

  • Pre workout supplements benefits
  • Greater pump.
  • Increased nutrient delivery.
  • Decreased muscle break.
  • Circulating oxygen flow in the muscle tissue.
  • Stronger lifts.
  • Greater amount of repetitions performed.
  • Longer sustained energy.
  • Improved focus.

Well if you still have any doubt about Nutritional supplementation, please comment below and I'll try to clear your confusion.

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