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Old 05-05-2010, 05:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Understanding Muscle Supplements

Muscle Building means hard work, and like many other things in life there is no quick fix. However, hard work and dedication isn’t always the miracle solution for gaining muscle mass, because no matter how hard some people try they just can’t get the right amount of muscle or that “bodybuild” they are looking for. This is where Bodybuilding supplements come in. In regards to buying supplements and using them, there is no one all powerful supplement, and it takes using about a few to get an effective combination. Of course eating naturally and supplementing with natural foods is the best way, but with the massive wave of supplements out in the market it is worth doing your research to see which ones can be safe and effective for taking training to another level.

Here are three categories for bodybuilding supplements that are important to know in order to get the best out of them.

1.) Muscle Recovery
2.) Muscle Building
3.) Energy Production

So, what are the best supplements in each category?

Ultimately it comes down to what has been time tested and is scientifically proven.

Muscle Recovery-

After getting all pumped in the gym this is the best time to recover and nurture your muscles in order to enable the growth process. In other words, the way a muscle grows in size is during the phase of recovering. After working out your body automatically repairs and protects its own muscle by making more of it, and so this continues as you exercise more and more until the repairing process builds muscle to the point of attaining a ripped appearance. Supplementing this repairing process is exactly what glucosamine does. In essence, the supplement glucosamine aids recovery of your muscles from heavy workouts. There are literally hundreds of glucosamine products out in the market, so it really comes down to research and learning more about the body to get the right one for a current workout stage.

Muscle Building-

Supplementation in building muscle is really overrated in regards to supplement advertising. The reality is a routine for building muscle requires a sufficient amount of protein on a regular basis. Protein; in the supplement world, is the fuel and builder of muscle and could be taken through many means including protein foods. Eggs, chicken, vegetables, fruits, red meat, protein powders, or making your own meal replacements are all great ways to get protein. Also, there is creatine, which is possibly an enormous contributor to building muscle mass when combined with lots of protein. Creatine could be found in supplements, pills, protein powders, and meal replacements. Creatine is typically found in the body’s skeletal muscle system and therefore getting amounts of this with the necessity that is protein, will provide a potent combination for gaining muscle.

Energy Production-

When it comes to energy there is almost nothing that can surpass carbohydrates. Carbohydrates can come from many foods and sources, two of them being breads and pasta. What carbohydrates do is provide energy and stamina during a workout, so it is much like a source of fuel. In addition to foods carbohydrates could also be found in various formulas such as that of powder-like supplements being added to liquid.

These are the supplements that anyone can use to increase performance and build greater looking muscles, not just bodybuilders.
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In essence, the supplement glucosamine aids recovery of your muscles from heavy workouts.

Glucosamine aids in joint health not muscle recovery. It does help you recover from lifting heavy because that can take a big toll on your joints but it was little to do with muscle recovery.
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Glucosamine is actually produced naturally by the body, and yes it does aid joint health, but also cartilage health as well, which in turn aids muscles. Sometimes your body doesn't produce enough Glucosamine and thus we have supplements being sold. Truth be told, Glucosamine is an antioxidant that helps in aiding exercise trauma, so generally it covers cartilage, prevents muscle protein breakdown, and aids joints. So you are right it helps with joints, but most importantly with muscles.
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You have to try out Whey Protein Shakes because they have enough protein supplements for our body. you can mix them with skimmed milk or water depend your dietary needs.if you are going to take a Whey Protein Supplement then why not take the best. extensive Quality to build Massive Muscles Quickly.
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