Protein for athletes

The protein in the human body has a number of important functions. Percentage of protein (or proteins) constitute about 20% of our body mass. Their appropriate content in the diet will affect the body’s development, its growth, strength in terms of function and health. Proteins determine the course of metabolic processes. They are responsible for Read more about Protein for athletes[…]

Supplements for muscle mass (part 2/2)

Here you can read PART 1/2 How much should you take carbohydrate-protein type gainer? Not completely.Let’s assume that in the nutrition plan you already have brown rice, classic white rice, potatoes, whole-wheat noodles, quinoa, buckwheat, millet, porridge, fruit.We calculated the needs and for a model player they amount to> 450 g carbohydrates a day.100 g Read more about Supplements for muscle mass (part 2/2)[…]

Supplements for muscle mass (part 1/2)

Muscle mass can be built under conditions of caloric surplus.This means that the best training and supplements can be wasted due to insufficient energy supply.Therefore, reaching for nutrients without converting the whole diet in the long-term, does not bring the expected results. Why? You will provide far too much, for example, carbohydrates and fats, and Read more about Supplements for muscle mass (part 1/2)[…]

HMB Olimp – accelerates post-workout regeneration

One of the modern supplements, which affects the better effects of training, is the HMB Olimp dietary supplement.In this supplement there is only one component – beta-hydroxy-beta-methylbutyrate, whose task is to support athletes in building the largest muscle possible. TABLE OF CONTENTS Indications for receiving HMB Olimp The way HMB Olimp works Rules for receiving Read more about HMB Olimp – accelerates post-workout regeneration[…]

Mass XXL – increasing muscle strength and endurance

The Trec company introduces very good quality nutrients for athletes, which facilitate the implementation of even heavy training plans, which is why it is worth to be interested in them.Among those products that sell the best, we find a lot of protein products that allow you to build muscle mass, and gainer products, or nutrients Read more about Mass XXL – increasing muscle strength and endurance[…]

Creatine – 6 things you should know

Creatine is a natural substance that is found mainly in muscles and tendons, therefore its best source is meat and fish. The use of creatine preparations helps reduce fatigue while increasing productivity. It is popular especially when practicing strength sports. Studies have shown that this is a natural way to build lean body mass and Read more about Creatine – 6 things you should know[…]

Beta-alanine – 4 ways to slow muscle fatigue

Beta-alanine, i.e. 3-aminopropionic acid, is an organic chemical compound, an enzyme responsible for the synthesis of carnosine. It is formed in the liver as a result of the breakdown of uracil. Her high position on the list of popular supplements among people training in the gym gained due to the fact that without it, it Read more about Beta-alanine – 4 ways to slow muscle fatigue[…]

Side effects of creatine use – we refute myths

The main task of creatine is to facilitate the regeneration of ATP, which by its decay provides the muscles with energy to work. It is thanks to her that we can exercise longer, with the same intensity, without experiencing severe fatigue. Creatine also affects the accumulation of water in cells. On the other hand, the Read more about Side effects of creatine use – we refute myths[…]

Creatine – dosage, use, opinions

Creatine is one of the most commonly used nutrients in the world. Its application is found in many sports disciplines, eg running, cycling, or strength and body sports. The main task of creatine is to store energy in muscles. In addition, its action positively affects the development of muscle tissue and strength. What does creatine Read more about Creatine – dosage, use, opinions[…]

BCAA branched amino acids – how they support building muscle mass

Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAA) is a group of three amino acids (Leucine, Isoleucine and Valine), which constitute in the human body more than 30% of muscle protein. They belong to the group of exogenous amino acids, which means that they need to be supplied from the outside. Their metabolism does not occur in the Read more about BCAA branched amino acids – how they support building muscle mass[…]