Supplements For Lactic Acid
✓ Can prevent lactic acid build-up
✓ Improves endurance and physical energy
✓ Promotes muscle trophism
✓ High dosage
Packaging size: 90 tablets
2 in stock
ALL THE STRENGTH YOU NEED DURING TRAINING
A 2008 study published in the scientific journal International Journal of Sports of Medicine demonstrates how a Beta-Alanine supplement can increase muscle strength during workouts. Researchers from The College of New Jersey reported that after taking a beta-alanine supplement for 30 days, a group of athletes completed over 30% more repetitions than the placebo group in six sets of squats with 70% of their maximum. In addition, the researchers highlighted a significant increase in muscle mass and a decrease in fat.
Beta Alanine 1250 is a lactic acid supplement. But what exactly is that?
Beta Alanine is an amino acid that directly contributes to Carnosine production (Beta Alanine + Histidine). Using Beta-alanine as a supplement causes an average of 60% increase in muscle carnosine. Beta Alanine, as shown by countless studies, is effective on many interesting training factors, but especially in the balancing effect on lactic acid.
Beta Alanine 1250 > the supplement to reduce lactic acid
In the last 5 years alone, over 30 positive studies, concerning the efficacy of the lactacid performance of supplementation with Beta Alanine (sprinter on 400 meters, cyclists on maximum sprints, rowers brought to exhaustion) have been published in scientific journals. For this reason, Beta Alanine is considered the perfect supplement to combat lactic acid.
From a simplified biochemical point of view, Beta Alanine, through its conversion into Carnosine, captures the hydrogen atom of lactic acid thus allowing the conversion to pyruvic for the production of new energy, without massive alteration of muscle pH.
This enhances the action of the so-called “lactate shuttle“, therefore the possibility of reusing the production of lactic acid for energy purposes. This feature helps stabilize muscle pH and delays the inhibition of the enzymatic system following acidosis, all with a positive influence also on the functions related to the metabolism of phosphocreatine.
The interference of lactate in performance is linked to the accumulation rate of the latter. The disposal system, in fact, goes into crisis (and therefore into acidosis) when more lactic acid is produced than can be disposed of: the cell sends early signals of fatigue when there are still energy reserves (local and general) that would be sufficient to continue the workout.
This feature explains how the supplementation with Beta Alanine can allow an athlete to sustain a sub maximal effort at the highest possible intensity for a longer time, for example sprinting over medium distances but also repetitions (or circuit methods, consisting of different stations each carried out with high intensity and with very little recovery time between one station and another).
> When to take Beta Alanine?
It should be considered that taking Beta Alanine often takes longer than Carnosine. It takes at least 30/45 minutes before a performance to see this molecule in the bloodstream. However, many athletes, especially in endurance races or in any situations with high lactate production, make use of Beta Alanine in a chronic more that in an acute fashion. This means that they do not use it only before the session or the performance, but they take this molecule in a constant way (like the method used with creatine) for at least 3/4 weeks, some increase the dosage in the training days.
It would even seem that the best results can be obtained by dividing the dosage into 2 times a day. Certainly being able to have a high concentration supplement with an active ingredient higher than g per capsule, makes the intake extremely comfortable, precise and effective.
At least a gram of Beta Alanine should be taken normally, but there are athletes who use easily 2.5g of it.
> The perfect synergies with Beta Alanine
It should be emphasized that the intake of Beta Alanine is optimized by the presence of Vitamin E and Vitamin A (which also has a recognized antioxidant effect). It is therefore appropriate that these vitamins should be introduced with possible supplement routine (for example with a mineral vitamin pool for athletes).
The intake of Beta Alanine together with fast but stable sugars over time (therefore insulants like Perfect Carb 7) not only increases the ergogenic capacity but at the same time attenuates the small side effects (redness) described above.
But the main synergy is with creatine: Beta Alanine has both the balancing effect and a pro-energetic action in common with Creatine. Some studies have highlighted how the association of the 2 molecules increases the resistance to lactic acid depletion by 10% compared to the use of the molecules taken individually.
> The benefits of Beta Alanine on sports performance
To date, supplementation with Beta Alanine appears to be one of the most effective for obtaining multiple effects including:
Relieves classic post-workout pain (DOMS)
|Energy value||100 g*||Dosage|
|BETA ALANINA||86,2 G||3750 MG|
Beta Alanine; Rheological stabilizers: microcrystalline cellulose, polyvinylpyrrolidone, silicon dioxide, magnesium stearate.
Directions for use:
Take 3 tablets once a day with plenty of water.
200 g, 250 tablets, 400 g.