Enhance muscle function and performance with this key amino
[Editor's Note: For bodybuilders, every rep they can conceivably press out before muscle failure is a victory. It's those last reps, the ultimate refusal to submit to fatigue, that result in the greatest percentage of muscle growth. Of course, for athletes ...
bodybuilder or strength athlete today puts you at an extreme advantage over those who were on an equal quest for size in days gone by. Instead of relying on crude protein concoctions and severe overeating to gain mass, like they did in the old days, we now have ...
amino acid is classified as 'non-essential,' but
once you are aware of the science, you'll realize that it is pretty
important if your goal is to improve performance. So how does
work? By buffering the build-up of what us science types call 'hydrogen
ions' or H+. For instance, ...
Creatine is a nitrogenous amine. Normal daily dietary intake of
creatine from an omnivorous diet is about 1 gram. Dietary sources of creatine include meat, fish, and other animal products, but it may also be formed endogenously in the liver, kidney, and pancreas from the amino acids glycine, arginine, and ...
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