TYPES OF SUPPLEMENTS
Energy, stimulation, concentration
Loss of concentration accompanying hard physical work causes premature exhaustion. Using effective, stimulant and energizing ingredients allows to boost the energy levels and remain strong till the end of even the most rigorous workout.
Carbohydrates are one of the three main fuel sources for all cells of the body. Carbohydrate supplementation helps to maximize energy for faster gains in lean muscle and faster recovery.
Gainers are the source of the two most important nutrients necessary for lean muscle gains: proteins and carbohydrates. Using them as meal substitutes or as supplements not only helps to sustain energy, but it also builds muscles.
Proteins are the main building blocks of muscle. Protein quality and quantity affects a workout progress. Taking protein supplements makes preparing a balanced, rational diet easier.
Thermogenics contain natural ingredients that boost metabolism. They raise the body’s core temperature to accelerate fat loss, promoting weight loss and sculpting a body.
Amino acids and peptides
In human digestive system, all the protein molecules are digested into peptides and further cut into single amino acids. Only in this form they can be transfered to the muscles. Taking supplements containing peptides and amino acids helps to save a time and that is why it speeds up muscle recovery and gaining lean mass.
Fat recuders are a group of products that help you to reduce fat. They contain natural ingredients that speed up fat metabolism, digesting it and finally burning fat.
Sometimes to manage a workout, you need an additional support before you even start. Pre-workout boosters are a formula containing ingredients that increase strength and endurance, what helps you break through boundaries and achieve your maximum workout potential.
Creatine supplementation is one of the best ways to increase endurance, strenght and muscle mass. Creatine is recommended not only for bodybuilders, but it is also very efficient for fighters or people doing functional training.
Testosterone, growth hormone, and anabolic stimulants
Hormonal balance is one of the top factors to get the body used to still new weights. Inappropiate diet, too exhausting training, lack of sleep or stress are damaging for the hormonal balance. Anabolic stimulants help to maintain it.
When the body is under stress conditions (e.g. exhausting training, sickness), HMB decreases muscle proteolysis of muscle proteins. HMB supplements are one of the most often chosen supplements because they help preserve muscle and maintain lean mass.
It is very important to include fats in our daily food. Fatty acids are not only a good source of energy, but they are also a part of lots of regulatory molecules, e.g. cell membrane. The body is capable of producing some of them, but others need to be delivered in order to e.g. keep immune system healthy.
Vitamins, minerals and enzymes
Physical activity increases vitamin and mineral requirements. Loss of energy, loss of immunity or exhaustion are often a result of vitamin deficiencies. Taking concentrated, easily absorbed supplements is one of the ways to provide a high level of vitamines.
Joint regeneration formulas
A very intensive training accelerates articular cartilages breakdown. Prevention is extremely important. Nutritional supplementation containing e.g. vit. C or calcium helps to keep the joinst and bones in good condition.
Sometimes something unexpected happens and you have no time to prepare a balanced meal. In such moments, it is worth to have a protein bar with you that have none of the junk and all of the protein, thanks to energy-boosting ingredients.
How to quickly boost your energy levels and provide nutrition to the body during an intensive training? The best way of supplementation are energy gels. They are faster absorbable than classic pills or capsules, not overloading your digestive system in the same time. It is a great way to maximize your strength, power and endurance for a long time.
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