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The Low Down On Pre-Workout Formulas

Pre-workout products have exploded in the market in recent years as more and more people realize how much they can boost your physical potential during training and allow you to achieve your fitness goals faster.

There is a lot of hype about different pre-training as many people share their experiences and positive results. While these hints can be justified, people often only talk about how it makes their training harder, lasts longer and lifts heavier weights. This can cause people to wonder when determining what is active and how and why it works. This article aims to fill in the gaps in pre-training formulas and help you decide what is right for you.

Pre-training formulas are usually made based on arginine (pre-cursor for nitric oxide) or beta alanine, although many may contain both.

Arginine

What's that?

Arginine is an essential amino acid that is a precursor to NO2 nitric oxide. It is considered important because the body can produce some arginine but usually it is not enough and therefore must be consumed through diet. This is especially true for people who exercise.

What is she doing?

Arginine has various bodybuildings and health benefits but is used primarily in pre-exercise formulas because of its ability to expand blood vessels (vasodilatation). When exercising in this gym increases the sensation of 'pump'. because more blood is pumped through your body. A good pump at a gym is no better than it looks:

  • increase protein synthesis (transport of nutrients to muscles)

  • Muscle cell signals

  • release growth hormone

  • increase fat metabolism

Beta-Alanine

What's that?

Beta-alanine is a non-essential amino acid found in many food sources. It is found in foods such as eggs, meat, poultry and some dairy products.

What is she doing?

Usually 'hit the wall' or muscle fatigue in the gym is said to be caused by lactic acid. However, this is not always the case, it usually builds up hydrogen ions and subsequently decreases the pH responsible for fatigue and decreased physical performance during exercise. This is where beta-alanine becomes useful. Beta-alanine is able to withstand acidity caused by hydrogen accumulation.

  • Delays muscle fatigue during exercise

  • Work synergistically with creatine

Pre-exercise formulas are often (but not always) mixed with stimulants to combine the increase in amino acid performance with mental stimulation. The most popular stimulants are caffeine and 1, 3 dimethylamylamine (geranium stem, MMDA).

Caffeine

Caffeine is an ingredient that does not require identification. Caffeine is the most popular psychoactive substance in the world. It works on the central nervous system of the body.

  • Motivation in the bottle

  • Heart rate is increasing

  • Improved blood flow to the muscles

1, 3 dimethylylamine

What's that?

1, 3 dimethylamylamine or better known as geranium stems is as its name suggests, derived from plants. Its introduction to the bodybuilding and fitness market recently. However geranium stems have a long history of use in herbal medicines.

What is she doing?

This ingredient has the power to radically change your training by creating intense mental energy and focusing on breaking down psychological barriers. It also acts as a powerful stimulus to the central nervous system

  • It increases alertness, clarity and focus

  • Energy boost

  • Better physical performance



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