Leucine/BCAAs - The biggest tie-in to this exciting new supplement category has been the extensive research into the anabolic potential of Leucine, one of the 3 BCAAs. Specifically, Leucine is directly involved in the stimulation of protein synthesis - or, as many have referred to it, the process of muscle growth. How does Leucine go about this? Leucine "turns on" a key complex in the muscle-growth pathway known as mTOR. mTOR increases protein synthesis by way of two different methods of action . In simple terms, it increases the body's ability to create new muscle faster and it also increases the amount of muscle growth that can occur within a given time frame. The important point to remember about Leucine is that it works best when it has the other two BCAAs supporting its anabolic efforts. This means that, to get the most out of an intra-workout product - and a recovery product as well, as the BCAAs are ideal as part of a post-workout program - you would want the BCAAs in the most effective ratio possible. INTRALOAD steps up with an amazing 12:1:1BCAA ratio in a 10 gram BCAA complex - gram for gram the strongest on the market and the highest concentration of Leucine available - period. EAA Matirx - Consisting of the essential amino acids L-Threonine, L-Lysine, L-Phenylalanine, L-Histidine, L-Methionine, 5-Hydroxytryptophan. These are critical to the process of muscle growth and recovery - if you are lacking any single amino, you risk derailing the entire process of building new muscle - your intense training and well-planned eating means nothing if you can't take full advantage of the needed protein to stimulate new muscle growth. The key point as far as the EAAs is that, your body can't make them, they must come from your diet and supplements. L-Glutamine - The most abundant amino acid, along with the BCAAs, in muscle tissue..
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