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Best supplements for powerlifting

Power Up Supplements

There are many athletes who, at one point, discover for themselves that they have used up all the conventional energy sources available to them and that they need some additional strength boosting sources to improve their weightlifting abilities. The first precondition that needs to be fulfilled is that a person in question is already giving his/her body enough calories. 

Supplements Most Beneficial

  • Protein Powder – one of the fastest ways to ensure a momentarily upchange in your workout routine is to increase the amount of proteins you take in daily. The recommended dosage is 1.5 to 2 g of protein per pound of person’s bodyweight and you will experience a strength power up instantaneously. One of the best sources of healthy proteins is whey. Another advantage of this protein source is that it is fairly easy to get, because it is widespread. When it comes to whey, there are also three different types, each of them having a different size of protein chains, that being Isolate, Hydrosylate and Concentrate. The latter is the one that is most slowly absorbed, whereas Hydrosylate is absorbed in the fastest manner. Advice on usage – the easiest way is to enrich your every day diet by adding 100 g of this powder.
  • Creatine – when it comes to its general characteristics, this substance is considered to be a muscle ATP, i.e. a kind of fuel that is put in storage inside our muscles for contractions. When it comes to practical usage, it has the potential to increase water weight/bloat to the body of the person in question. The special benefit of this type of water is that it has an enormous ability to boost your strength even more than any other substance. The most employed and most widespread and rudimentary form is creatine monohydrate, but its upside is that it has the potential to fuel up the muscles and add up to the overall quantity of water weight. The result is becoming even bigger and thus stronger. A downside, though, is that the digestive system is not really keen on it and can thus bring about a lot of gases and bloating in a person in question.
  • Pre-Workout Drinks – if a person/athlete is looking for an instant strength booster, then these drinks are the best way to achieve this. Most of them consist of a mixture of a stimulant such as caffeine, carbs such as sugar, nitrous oxide releaser such as arginine, creatine, and vitamins of the B complex. The combination of the above mentioned is the surest way of getting that needed energy kick that will enable a person to train longer and harder without any strains. 

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