If you are apart of the fitness world in some way you have probably hear about BCAAs. Probably also have heard that you NEED to take them. However do you know why they are important? Here are a couple points: Our bodies do not produce branch chain amino acids, meaning the only way we can get these is through our diets. Okay I know you asking yourself this now, well if we don’t produce them do we really need them? Short answer YES! They cause protein synthesis… What is that? Protein synthesis does everything from helping to build structures to supporting your immune system. On top of that they also promote glycogen sparing to occur during training… Again English please? Glycogen sparing is the use of non-carbohydrates as a source of energy during exercise so that the depletion of muscle glycogen stores is delayed. (Allowing you to train longer!) BCAAs also increase the uptake of glucose after training as well aiding in recovery. This is all just for the BCAAs keep scrolling to learn more about essential amino acids!
Essential Amino Acids
So BCAAs do a lot… Why are essential amino acids important? Same as BCAAs, EAAs cannot be produced by the body and must be obtained through diet. The difference between BCAAs and EAAs is that BCAAs have a chain branching off to one side of its molecular structure. EAAs do a lot of the same thing promoting protein synthesis. Here is some facts about each of the EAAs included in Max Perform. Phenylalanine: Phenylalanine is a precursor for the neurotransmitters tyrosine, dopamine, epinephrine and norepinephrine. It plays an integral role in the structure and function of proteins and enzymes and the production of other amino acids Lysine: Plays major roles in protein synthesis, hormone and enzyme production and the absorption of calcium. It’s also important for energy production, immune function and the production of collagen and elastin. Tyrosine: It can improve cognitive function during exposure stress! L-Aspartic Acid: Helps aide in immune function!
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Fat As Fuel
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Helps Build/ Repair Muscle
The BCAAs and EAAs help with protein synthesis!
INCREASE the rate of glucose uptake after training and DECREASE the rate of perceived exertion.
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BCAAs are composed of leucine, isoleucine, and valine, and are considered essential in that they must be obtained from diet. Supplementation causes increased protein synthesis, reduced Rate of Perceived Exertion (RPE) by preventing an influx of serotonin, and causes glycogen sparing during training, and increased glucose uptake after training.
Acetyl L-carnitine is an acetylated form of carnitine, which is broken down and used in the process of transporting fatty acids to the mitochondria for use as fuel. It also has a secondary, dose-dependent ability to increase lactate clearance.
An organic compound that is found throughout animal tissue, it is often confused as being an amino acid, which it is not. Studies have shown benefits when combined w/ BCAAS to alter DOMS, and in isolation has anti-oxidant like effects without blunting exercise-induced oxidative adaptations.