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Do I Need Supplements To Make Me Stronger/Bigger ?

Are you just beginning your weightlifting journey? Or maybe, you are just trying to get in shape for summer and you've heard supplements can help, however you don't know where to start. Here is guide for why supplements can be useful as a beginner.



1. WHEY PROTEIN

I almost don’t even consider this a “supplement” for the fact that it is just an extra source of protein. Protein is the building block for muscle. Without a proper amount of protein in your diet, you won’t build muscle. It’s that simple. Whey protein is great because it is the fastest digesting form of protein out there. This means when your body is craving protein (like post-workout), you can down one of these shakes and get the rebuilding process started. Whey protein is one of the best sources of protein shown in clinical research to help build muscle and strength when used with your hardcore training and nutrition plan.


2. CREATINE

Creatine is arguably the most studied and proven supplement in history. Creatine is naturally occurring in the body and can be found in red meat and seafood. It has been shown to help build muscle mass and strength when used with resistance training. Really, anyone serious about maximizing muscle and strength should really consider taking creatine. It is relatively inexpensive and has proven benefits.


3. BRANCHED-CHAIN AMINO ACIDS

BCAAs are essential amino acids from protein found in food. The three amino acids are leucine, isoleucine and valine. BCAAs help fuel skeletal muscles, preserve muscle glycogen stores and reduce protein breakdown. BCAAs are popular with bodybuilders for promoting muscle recovery, which may allow for more frequent training. One of the amino acids, L-leucine, has been shown to increase protein synthesis to help increase lean muscle and strength!


4. A PRE-WORKOUT SUPPLEMENT

Pre-workouts have a variety of different ingredients and dosages in them, so finding a quality pre-workout can take some knowledge and research. But the goal of most pre-workouts is to increase focus and energy. Make sure to slowly work up to stronger pre-workouts, especially if you are sensitive to stimulants like caffeine, although you can find pre-workouts without any caffeine, like Pre-Workout N.O. Fury® caplets.





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