Vitamins

What supplements do you really need?

Protein

You will need protein to build muscle. If you are lactose intolerant, an alternative is egg protein or even a vegetable protein supplement subsidized with eggs and high protein diets.

Creatine

Creatine works well. It works for many people, but some people do not find that it works for them, but when they try a different creative type or brand, they see results.

Creatine monohydrate has been studied extensively and has proven to provide benefits, it requires a high sugar drink to experience best results as it is plain.

Creatine is thought to improve strength, increase lean muscle mass, and help the muscles recover more quickly during exercise. This muscular boost may help athletes achieve bursts of speed and energy, especially during short bouts of high-intensity activities such as weight lifting or sprinting.

I personally found that Creatine with an insulin spiking delivery system included in it works very best for me as I do not buy fruit juices. It is recommended you follow the instructions closely for best results.

The standard practice has always been to mix creatine with a high sugar drink, such as grape juice, a high sugar sports drinks or dextrose powder.

Nitric Oxide

The benefits of Nitric Oxide may include these

  1. Help Treat Erectile Dysfunction
  2. May Decrease Muscle Soreness
  3. Lower Blood Pressure
  4. Boost Exercise Performance
  5. May Help Manage Type 2 Diabetes

Nitric oxide is involved in many cell processes, including the widening of the blood vessels, or vasodilation. Wider blood vessels help increase the delivery of nutrients and oxygen to working muscles during exercise, thus enhancing exercise performance.

These supplements often contain several ingredients that are said to increase nitric oxide, such as nitrate or the amino acids L-arginine and L-citrulline.

Nitrate has been shown to improve exercise performance.

L-arginine has not proven to be effective for improving exercise performance.

L-citrulline is more effective than L-arginine at increasing nitric oxide and therefore exercise performance.

Pre-workout or Caffeine and Vitamin B

Caffeine and Vitamin B can boost your workout without spending on pre-workout. You can use this every day.

Pre-workout needs to be cycled every other week, or just on the days you are too tired to train hard.

Your system gets use to it and it will have no effect eventually – You will need to take a pre-workout to just get a normal workout in.

Green tea / ECGC

Fat burners do not always work, and is unhealhty.

Green tea has been claimed to work. 3 cups of green tea a day will cut your calories naturally. ECGC is a supplement derived from green tea.

BCAA and L-Glutamine

While cutting or losing fat, take additional BCAA and L-Glutamine to reduce muscle loss.

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