4:1:1 ANABOLIC BCAA consist of L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine and L-Valine that are commonly referred to as Branched-Chain Amino Acids because of their unique branched chain chemical structure setting them apart from other amino acids.
BCAAs are essential amino acids meaning that they cannot be synthesized by the body but must be supplied through the diet.
The body uses BCAAs to promote healing of injured tissues, speeding up the recovery process, and to protect it self against breakdown of the muscle tissue during exercise. BCAAs are also important for developing and building muscles. Studies have furthermore shown BCAAs to be helpful in other areas as well, due to the action of the single ingredients.
Leucine is necessary for wound recovery of skin tissue and in bone structures and it helps protect muscles; Valine helps promote and maintain nitrogen balance; and Isoleucine helps boost energy and is necessary for forming hemoglobin (a protein-based part of red blood cells that transfers oxygen throughout the body).
Leucine has been identified to be a key regulator of skeleton muscle anabolism and activates mTOR signal for protein synthesis.
1. 3333mg L-leucine
2. Protects against muscle tissue breakdown during exercise
3. Provides fuel for muscular energy and enhances endurance
4. Helps increase nitrogen retention and protein synthesis to build muscle
Athletes who want to protect their muscles during intense or prolonged workouts.
Fitness athletes whose purpose is to increase lean muscle mass without increasing fat.
People who are under a strict diet, or people with caloric deficit that need an extra supply of amino acids.
Long-term sports where the preferred energy via is aerobics.