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Amino Acids Workout Benefits

Published on 6/10/2019
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Amino Acids Workout Benefits

One of the main reasons to take amino acids for fitness is to build muscle.

When you exercise, muscle breaks down in order to release amino acids for the energy the muscles need to contract. Some of the released amino acids are used to rebuild the lost muscle protein. But many of the amino acids are oxidized and cannot be used for muscle protein synthesis. That’s where taking amino acids pre-workout comes in. They help replace the amino acids that are oxidized when your muscle protein breaks down as you exercise.

Taking an amino acid pre-workout powder before resistance exercise is especially important to maintaining and building muscle mass. During resistance exercise blood flows to the muscles at an increased rate. When you ingest amino acids pre-workout, there are more essential amino acids available to strengthen and build muscle. For optimal muscle-stimulating effects, take an amino during your workout and amino acids post workout.

Taking amino acids before a cardiovascular workout, such as a HITT class, can help reduce fatigue by balancing the uptake of amino acids that are responsible for the production of the neurotransmitters serotonin and dopamine in the brain. In addition, taking amino acids after a workout (within an hour after exercise) is ideal for replacing damaged muscle fibers with new muscle protein.

Essential amino acids are also important for reducing inflammation, thereby accelerating workout recovery. To maximize all beneficial effects, taking essential amino acids before and after exercise (and during if you are resistance training), is optimal for improving muscle strength and accelerating recovery.

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