Weider BCAA tablets contain synthetic branched-chain amino acids which help provide nutrients to the muscles. These tablets provide Isoleucine, Leucine and Valine in a highly effective combination.
The amino acids are available in free form and can therefore be absorbed by the body rapidly. Taking these tablets before training prevents muscle fatigue, enabling you to work out more intensively for longer. At the same time, the muscles are protected during training, leading to a minimised decomposition of muscle substance.
Taking these tablets after your workout brings about faster regeneration thanks to the absorption of nutrients by the muscle.
Taking BCAA tablets regularly before and after training goes a long way to preventing overtraining. The protective qualities of BCAA tablets should be fully exploited, especially during the definition phase.
During intense weight training the body is normally in a highly catabolic condition. At this time glycogen stores are being rapidly depleted and the liver in turn must synthesize glucose by a conversion of L-Alanine. Alanine makes up over half of the amino acid content released from muscles during exercise.
The release of BCAA’s is generally recognized as the signal to the body to stop protein syntheses in the muscles, especially during times of stress. Providing the Branch Chain Amino Acids, especially during those times of stress may profoundly affect this signal and allow protein synthesis to continue onward.