Remember, fat burning takes time, discipline and consistency. Abs are made in the kitchen and food will be 90 percent of your success, so keep your focus on cleaning up your diet, and don’t think that taking a supplement will do this for you. You have to eat clean, exercise and use supplements to SUPPLEMENT your diet.
Glutamine is a staple supplement for many active women. But are you training hard enough to actually benefit from supplementing with it? And are you taking the right amounts of this supplement at the right time? Let’s clear out the hype by looking at the latest science and get the facts on one of the top supplements on the market.
Does taking something natural to add lean mass and help you push through those HIIT sessions, or to help you lift heavier and harder, sound appealing to you? I’m talking about beta-alanine, a naturally occurring, non-essential amino acid that may just give you the edge you need to take your training and results to the next level.
Nothing can be more overwhelming than walking into a nutrition and supplement store in today’s modern world. Each year, new products with fancy, colorful labels are arranged on the shelves, many with exorbitant price tags, waiting for the consumer to purchase them and bring them home. We’ve all heard or read about the benefits of using a branched-chain amino acid (BCAA) supplement to enhance recovery and performance. Are you getting your money’s worth from this supplement? Let’s take a closer look.