Catabolism.... what does it means, and how to get rid of it?
Everyone, who trains regularly probably heard about catabolism. This is a negative experience for our body, muscle fibers undergo microdamage during exercise, the body is tender and painful, progress is slower- nobody likes it ...
Nature has found a way to reduce or even reverse this process, the cure for this ailment is essential amino acids, especially three that reduce catabolism.
BCAAs (branched chain amino acids) are three amino acids: Leucine, Isoleucine and Valine are found in red meat, but it is difficult to provide the right amount from food, because the demand of physically active people is much higher than we normally are able to consume. BCAA will replace the breakdown of muscle fibers during exercise, these amino acids also participate in the natural synthesis of hormones responsible for the growth of muscle cells and improve metabolism (growth hormone) Apply a portion (5g) before and after exercise, and you will feel the results very quickly, amino acids will limit muscle breakdown , speed up regeneration and increase your abilities during exercise.
BCAA is a great and very effective product that is used successfully by professional athletes and people who practice recreationally.