TNT BCAA TRIPLE CHARGED

WHY IS TNT BCAA TRIPLE CHARGED DIFFERENT TO ALL OTHER BCAA’S? 

The clue is the product name, ‘TRIPLE CHARGED’. What we are referring to here is the 3-way blast of HMB, Leucine & HICA.

HMB & HICA are both metabolites of leucine. Leucine alone is the most powerful amino acid out of all amino acids for activating protein synthesis, preventing muscle tissue breakdown and is also referred to as the most important amino acid for building muscle.

HMB in effective doses has been shown to be far superior at preventing muscle tissue breakdown and speeding up recovery than Leucine but is nowhere near as effective as signaling protein synthesis. HICA has shown to be far more superior at activating protein synthesis and causing new muscle growth than Leucine alone but is nowhere near as effective as HMB or Leucine at speeding up the recovery of broken-down muscle tissue.

This is why we decided on producing a Triple Charged version of Leucine that will produce the highest standard of anti-catabolic & anabolic responses possible that would set us way ahead of any other BCAA on the market.

But it does not stop there. TNT has also added L-Glutamine for immune system support and a unique proven ingredient called AstraGin which has shown to increase the absorption rate of amino acids into the bloodstream by over 50%. L-Citrulline has also been added for increased Nitric Oxide in the blood for speeding up the transport of nutrients. In addition to this, we have a hydrating Electrolyte’s blend ensuring minerals are kept topped up along with our patented VitaFive vitamin blend.

To make sure all these explosive ingredients are easy and enjoyable to sip on we have developed 3 amazing flavours which are refreshing and enjoyable to drink all day, every day. These 3 amazing flavours are Blue Raspberry, Sour Apple and Cucumber & Lime (game changer).

 

WHAT ARE BCAA’S?

BCAAs refers to three amino acids: leucine, isoleucine, and valine.

For people with low dietary protein intake, BCAA supplementation can promote muscle protein synthesis and increase muscle growth when combined with weight lifting. Supplementation with BCAA’s can also be used to prevent fatigue as they also play a vital role in providing energy during your workouts.

Leucine, the most anabolic amino acid, plays an important role in muscle protein synthesis, while isoleucine induces glucose uptake into cells. Valine has been shown to aid in tissue repair, and the maintenance of a proper nitrogen balance in the body and also be used as an energy source by muscle tissue.

Supplementing BCAAs prevents a serum decline in BCAAs, which occurs during exercise. A serum decline would normally cause a tryptophan influx into the brain, followed by serotonin production, which causes tiredness and fatigue during your workout.

BCAAs are important to ingest on a daily basis as they ensure you stay in an anabolic state (The word anabolic means growth) so that you are always building muscle and never in a catabolic state, breaking muscle tissue down.

WHAT DO BCAA’s DO?

BCAA’s act as nitrogen carriers which assist the muscles in synthesizing other amino acids needed for protein synthesis. In simpler terms, BCAA’s combine simpler amino acids to form a complex whole muscle tissue. In this action, BCAA’s stimulate production of insulin, the main function of which is to allow circulating blood sugar to be taken up by the muscle cells and used as a source of energy. This insulin production promotes amino acid uptake by the muscle.

HOW DO BCAA’S WORK?

During intense weight training, the body is normally in a highly catabolic state. At this time glycogen stores are being rapidly depleted and the liver, in turn, must synthesize glucose by a conversion of L-Alanine. Alanine makes up over half of the amino acid content released from muscles during exercise.

The release of BCAA’s is generally recognized as the signal to the body to stop protein syntheses in the muscles, especially during times of stress. Providing additional Branch Chain Amino Acids, especially during those times of stress may profoundly affect this signal and allow protein synthesis to continue rather than being halted.

WHEN SHOULD I TAKE BCAA’S AND HOW MUCH SHOULD I TAKE?

You can consume BCAA’s all day, every day. On training days the best time to consume them would be before, during and after intense exercises. We recommend adding 1 full serving of TNT BCAA Triple Charged to 1 liter of water in your TNT water jug and consume from start to end of your workout.

On non-training days we recommend you fill your TNT 2.2ltr water jug and add 2 full servings and drink throughout the day to maximise recovery and hydration.

CONCLUSION

BCAA’s are a must have supplement for anyone looking to protect and progress their gains in and out of the gym. The research and development team at TNT HQ have worked tirelessly in making sure we have brought you the absolute best tasting and most effective BCAA you will ever get your hands on. Now all you have to do is try it.

2017-11-15T16:34:46+00:00

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