Hostyle Conditioning on Beta Alanine Performance Supplement
So with the weekend being our 100% Raw Bench Provincials
I decided it was good time to a video one of my top 5 PERFORMANCE Supplements
- Boost Explosive Muscular Strength & Power Output.
- Increases Muscle Mass
- Boosts Muscular Anaerobic Endurance
- Increases Aerobic Endurance
- Increase Exercise Capacity so You Can Train Harder & Longer
Beta Alanine is the real WOW supplement. With literally hundreds of different supplements available and so many that are based on bogus claims and ridiculous hype, it’s almost impossible to find even one that delivers results.
If you’ve rummaged through the garbage of the supplement scrap heap, you know that finding any science or real-world proof is a waste of time. Beta-Alanine is the exception.
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Finally, Beta Alanine is a supplement that actually lives up to its claims! Beta-Alanine efficacy is backed by major university, peer-reviewed studies performed on humans, not a cell, rat or goat study upon which other products typically base claims. The science behind Beta-Alanine is simple, it makes sense and it works.
When we exercise, especially when it’s high intensity exercise, our bodies accumulate a large amount of hydrogen ions (H+), causing our muscles’ pH to drop (become more acidic). This process is occurring whether you feel a burn or not.
The breakdown of ATP and the subsequent rise in H+ concentrations occur in all of our energy systems but H+ buildup is most prevalent in an energy system called glycolysis, which also produces lactic acid. At physiological pH, lactic acid dissociates H+ and is the primary source of released H+ ions during exercise, causing pH to drop. It is the released H+ from lactic acid that causes muscular performance problems, not the leftover lactate ions as many incorrectly believe. While lactic acid is the primary source of released H+, it is not the only source. H+ ions are also being released at a rapid rate when you break down the high energy compound ATP during exercise. With the presence of many sources during energy production releasing H+, pH drops quickly.
As our muscles pH quickly drops, so does their ability to contract forcibly and maintain a high level of performance throughout your workout session. Not being able to perform and maintain forceful muscular contractions and push your body to the limit during your workout session, seriously hampers your ability to maximally overload your muscles and force new muscle gains.
In a nutshell, H+ causes your muscles pH to drop, in turn decreasing your strength and causing you to fatigue faster. These limitations stop you from adequately overloading your muscles and forcing NEW muscle gains
2.5 grams in the morning
5.0 grams 30 minutes before your workout
Take for 8 -12 weeks at a time.
Stacks great with AAKG or Creatine HCL
Available to Purchase here
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