Vo2 MAX BCAA

1g per tablet, stimulates protein synthesis, reduces muscle loss, it decreases the use of glucose, increases energy levels, reduces fatigue, reduces muscle pain

Flavour
Strawberry Cider
Green Apple Lime
Crazy Candy
Weight
250g
€ 21.99

Usage

1 serving 30-40 minutes before physical activity to optimize performance, or as needed.

Flavours

Strawberry Cider, Green Apple Lime, Crazy Candy

Description

Key Benefits

  • 1g per tablet
  • Stimulates protein synthesis
  • Reduces muscle loss
  • It decreases the use of glucose
  • Increases energy levels
  • Reduces fatigue
  • Reduces muscle pain

Levo BCAA tartrate™ offers all the benefits of the branched-chain amino acids, stimulates protein synthesis (muscle growth), improved recovery, strength and stamina and prevent muscle catabolism (muscle breakdown). A great feature is that Levo BCAA tartrate™ makes it possible to increase the amount of oxygen going to your muscles, then increased physical performance. Maximum oxygen uptake or VO2 max as it is also called, is a measure of the body's oxygen uptake in other words, the maximum amount of oxygen the body can use at maximum performance under a minute (aerobic capacity). This means that you increase your oxygen intake so you run, bike and swim faster. You will improve your performance, you will also improve your aerobic capacity. This particular amino acid product serves both as an antioxidant and as an anti-inflammatory and strengthening the immune system. This is very important for athletes undergoing intensive training and then subjected to a constant muscle strain, which can cause muscle inflammation and a lower immune response. Levo BCAA tartrate ™ reduces muscle use of glucose, which causes the body to use a larger amount of fat for energy. Tartarte also increases the rate at which essential nutrients are absorbed into the blood, and actively participates in the Krebs cycle (reactions that take place in each of our cells and allows the conversion of glucose from food into energy).

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Design & Development by Sebastian Moreno