The body requires a tremendous amount of energy during a rigorous weight training session and also needs the strength to recover, restore, and rebuild after a thorough workout session. The body produces this energy through the metabolism of the dietary intake throughout the day. The body nutrients are primarily comprised of Proteins, Fats, and Carbohydrates. These macronutrients are synthesized during metabolism to generate the energy required by the body to build new muscle tissues, repair and retain the old ones. They are also responsible for the energy levels during the weight training sessions. Anyone who is into progressive severe weight training will agree that the energy levels during and after workout determine the effectiveness of the workout sessions. A course that drains the energy entirely might result in cutting down on the workout session, which might cause fatigue and burn those hard-earned muscles instead of building them.
Carbohydrates are the natural energy source of the body. The body in the absence of Carbs burns the Protein, which might be harmful during the long run, as in lack of excess Protein to consume during and after a workout session, the body will end up burning the muscles, which will prove costly. Thus, to be safe, the right amount of Carbs can be added as pre, post, and even during the workout sessions. This will ensure that the muscle retains Protein, and the body gets supplied with its preferred choice of energy source.
Homopolysaccharide derived from potato, rice, and corn: It is a complex Carbohydrate consisting of identical monomers. It is the most abundant form of Carbohydrate complex that provides the body with a constant energy supply for a sustained period. It is easily absorbed by the body and ensures instant production of energy by breaking down into Glycogen during metabolism. Carbohydrates being the natural preferred energy source of the body is instantly utilized by the body while strenuous physical activity to generate energy. The natural absorption and assimilation of Homopolysaccharide derived from potato, rice, and corn ensure that it can be used as an energy source. Due to the complex structure of the Carb, the typical spike and fall of energy levels that affect the blood components are absent, making it ideal to be used as a high-performance supplement. It ensures a longer duration of the weight training sessions and faster recovery without fatigue.
It also contains artificial flavors, artificial color (red 40, yellow 6), and Sucralose.
Q. Can it be used as a pre-workout supplement?
A. It is a great pre-workout supplement and can also be used as a post-workout supplement for fast recovery.
Q: Can it be stacked with other supplements?
Q: How to use it?
A: A single scoop can be used with 8-10 oz of water, half an hour before or after training sessions.
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