Bad Ass Amino 450 g is a complex set of EAA amino acids, which perfectly supports the body of athletes.
Bad Ass Amino is an advanced EAA amino acid for athletes with added l-citrulline, l-glutamine, and magnesium. The supplement has a 50/50 ratio of EAA and BCAA amino acids, which gives you an effective ratio that supports building muscle mass. The product is perfect for the peri-workout period, providing all the essential amino acids so that your muscles have full protection against catabolism and can regenerate quickly.
Effect of Bad Ass Amino:
- Accelerates recovery,
- Protects against catabolism,
- Supports muscle protein synthesis,
- Supports muscle strength gains,
- Builds proteins,
- Contains added citrulline,
- Supplemented with glutamine,
- Provides magnesium,
- Supports training efforts,
- Increases muscle pump.
How to take EAA amino acids?
Due to their effects, Bad Ass Amino is recommended to be taken around workout time. EAA and BCAA amino acids don't require digestion, which means your body handles them well and absorbs them into the bloodstream quickly. With amino acids circulating in the body, the body can withstand exercise overload much better, can start energy processes faster, and prevent catabolism, among other things. That's why one of the best options is to take Bad Ass Amino before training, or we can drink EAA amino acids during training. Can Bad Ass Amino be used after the gym? Yes, EAA amino acids are also a good option at the end of a workout.
1 serving, 15g:
BCAA - 4000 mg - branched-chain amino acids BCAA belongs to the group of EAA amino acids which means that they are also essential for our body. First of all, they have three functions. The first is initiating metabolic pathways responsible for anabolism and protein synthesis. The second is a protective, anti-catabolic action, perfectly protecting muscles from breakdown. The third is an energy function: they replenish energy losses and provide an emergency source of energy when our body runs out of it during a workout. That's why their use in post-workout supplementation is so important. The branched-chain amino acid complex consists of: L-leucine - 2000 mg; L-valine - 1000 mg; L-isoleucine - 1000 mg.
EAA (4000 mg): Essential amino acids are all the amino acids that must be supplied to the body. Their role is to support all metabolic functions, trigger muscle protein synthesis, accelerate regeneration, as well as influence testosterone levels and other essential hormones.
The EAA complex contains such amino acids as: L-lysine HCL - 1640 mg; L-threonine - 890 mg; L-phenylalanine - 660 mg; L-methionine - 580 mg; L-histidine - 140 mg; L-tryptophan - 90 mg.
Citrulline malate - 1000 mg - including citrulline - 670 mg - citrulline is a functional amino acid that has several tasks in our body. First of all, it is responsible for the synthesis of arginine, which influences the muscle pump effect. Citrulline also supports the endurance function of muscles, it affects the energy cycle by accelerating the resynthesis of ATP.
L-glutamine - 1000 mg - is the most important amino acid for muscle tissue. According to various sources, its amount in muscles can be as high as 60%, which is why supplying glutamine reserves in the post-workout period is very important. What's more, glutamine is also responsible for the functioning of our nervous system, better mood, and faster regeneration.
Magnesium - 375 mg - is an essential mineral that is responsible for the functioning of the nervous system, its excitability, and the quality of heart contractions. Magnesium is also a component of such structures as the skeletal system, so its optimal level will be responsible for the durability of our bones. The use of magnesium around the workout translates into more effective and better quality muscle contractions.
Recommended Dosage: 1 serving, 15 g before, during, or after training.