In our Rocksprint formula, BCAA 8:1:1 Extreme, the Leucine is in a ratio of 8 to 1:1 in order to accelerate the rate of protein synthesis. It also contains B-complex vitamins and Glutamine.
BCAA's are branched chain amino acids, corresponding to a ratio of three essential amino acids - Leucine, Isoleucine and Valine, these cannot be synthesized in the body, having to be obtained through diet or supplements.
Leucine is the main BCAA, being important in muscle building, since it is the main activator of mTor (a protein that is associated with the growth and development of cells, participating in anabolic and catabolic processes in general), which, in turn, activates muscle protein synthesis and consequently contributes to increase muscle mass. This increase in muscle mass contributes to an increase in physical performance and recovery capacity after training.
In the Rocksprint formula of BCAA 8:1:1 Extreme, the Leucine is in a ratio of 8 to 1:1 in order to accelerate the rate of protein synthesis. It also contains B-complex vitamins to help obtaining energy and reducing fatigue and Glutamine for faster muscle recovery.
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Benefits of Using BCAA 8:1:1 Extreme:
- Faster muscle protein synthesis;
- More defined muscles;
- Faster muscle recovery;
- Better energy production;
- Reduction of tiredness and fatigue.
To get the most out of this supplement we present some combinations of supplements with BCAA 8:1:1 Extreme:
- BCAA 8: 1: 1 Extreme + Iso Whey: helps increase protein and amino acid levels to more easily recover the muscle that has been degraded;
- BCAA 8: 1: 1 Extreme + Creatine: improves performance and intensity;
- BCAA 8: 1: 1 Extreme + Glutamine Kyowa: improves recovery and muscle fatigue.
The effectiveness of BCAAs is more than proven due to the numerous studies done with this type of supplement. Still, supplementation should be accompanied by healthy eating and good physical exercise practices.
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By Adriana Martins, Nutritionist