With the increase in understanding of Aerobic and Anaerobic exercise, its the best time to know more about an awesome ingredient especially of importance to athletes engaged in either aerobic or anaerobic exercise – Beta alanine
What it does?
- Acts as a Muscle Fatigue Fighter
- Powers Strength Training Workouts
- Provides Quick Recovery in Between the Sets
- Improves Training Intensity
- Provides Pre-Workout Pump
- Makes an Explosive Combo with Creatine
Its a highly efficacious supplement proving itself in the real world gym environment as well as under the lab settings. To know the science behind how beta-alanine works, check out the picture…
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Vitamin C from citrus, other fruits and some vegetables is a potent antioxidant that can combat the potentially damaging effects of oxidative stress. Free radicals can be released during times of stress, including intense exercise. But a study published in Current Sports Medicine Reports cautions against getting too much of a good thing.
In an analysis of 12 different studies, researchers determined that 1 gram (1,000 mg) of vitamin C per day significantly impaired sports performance. They recommended around 200 mg per day, a dosage that can work against oxidative stress without holding back athletic performance.
True Strength Moment: The recommended Daily Value (DV) for vitamin C is 75 mg per day. DV doses are established for the general population, which tends to be fairly inactive. Hard training athletes and active adults who are chasing ambitious goals may benefit from a higher dosage, as this study suggests.