BCAA 2:1:1 is the foundation of any supplementation. The combination of leucine, isoleucine and valine in a 2:1:1 ratio is the key to effective post-workout regeneration, reduction of catabolism during exercise and building of pure muscle mass. BCAA 2:1:1 should be used during both reduction and mass building periods. The 2:1:1 amino acid ratio is optimal for our body and guarantees the best use of both the anabolic and anti-catabolic potential of branched-chain amino acid supplements.
BCAA 2:1:1 1000G
9000MG/10000MG BCAA PER PORTION
INHIBITS CATABOLISM AND ENSURES THE BEST POSSIBLE REGENERATION
SUPPORTS THE BODY DURING AND AFTER TRAINING
BCAAs – what are they?
BCAA, or branched-chain amino acids, are among the most popular supplements used by physically active people. This is due to the fact that both everyday practice and the results of scientific research confirm their beneficial influence on the overall athletic form. The abbreviation BCAA comes from the English term branched-chain amino acids. The aforementioned name is due to the specific structure of these compounds. BCAAs include: leucine, isoleucine and valine, which belong to the essential group of exogenous amino acids, i.e. amino acids that must be supplied with food or in the form of a supplement as the body is unable to synthesise them on its own. Unlike other protein-building amino acids, BCAAs are distinguished by their chemical structure, namely the presence of a branched aliphatic side chain, and the fact that they are metabolised not in the liver but primarily in muscle tissue.
Number of portions per pack
Content of one portion
9000 mg/ 10000 mg*
4500 mg/ 5000 mg*
2250 mg/ 2500 mg*
2250 mg/ 2500 mg*
* for the flavourless version