It is considered as one of the best supplements for muscle growth and regeneration, BCAA has long been recommended for athletes and those training in the gym. Supplementation with BCAA 2: 1: 1 amino acids Hiro.Lab powder will be beneficial for muscle building and regeneration.
What is BCAA?
BCAA, or branched-chain amino acids, are three building blocks of protein. Branched-chain amino acids – leucine, valine and isoleucine are essential and cannot be produced by your body.
They make about a third of the body’s total muscle tissue.
Branched-chain amino acids are of great importance for the body because after ingestion they are released directly into the bloodstream and then, used by muscles, which makes them an important fuel for training. For this reason, BCAAs have been shown to improve muscle recovery and support the immune system.
Why do you need BCAA?
BCAA supports muscle growth
When you consume BCAA, the availability of amino acids for muscle fibres increases which additionally intensifies the anabolic process (muscle growth) and reduces the breakdown of muscle proteins. That will help protein synthesis gain an advantage over protein degradation and thus support muscle growth.
BCAA prevents muscle catabolism
Catabolism not only causes muscle contraction but also exposes them to increased levels of soreness and injury during training. BCAA Hiro.Lab supplementation during and after training can significantly reduce muscle breakdown during a training session.
BCAA supports fat loss
It is proven that BCAA supplementation not only reduces the percentage of body fat but also increases lean muscle mass and strength.
Buy the best BCAA 2: 1: 1 amino acids Hiro.Lab in the form of flavoured powder!
Each serving in a portion provides three essential amino acids – leucine, Isoleucine and valine.
- 2500 mg of pure leucine per serving
- Tested and recommended 2: 1: 1 ratio stimulates muscle growth
- Prevents muscle breakdown and promotes post-workout recovery
- The supplement is recommended for all types of sport
- Powder form with fresh and interesting flavours
- No GMO
When to take BCAA 2: 1: 1 Hiro.Lab?
During a reduction diet – one serving in the morning, one serving before a workout, e.g. with the addition of AAKG Hiro.Lab and Beta-Alanine Hiro.Lab, one serving after training or before cardio.
During a building strength and mass diet – one serving in a shake after training, for example with the addition of Instant Whey Protein Hiro.Lab, and TCM Hiro.Lab.
In endurance and strength sports – two servings 30 minutes before training. 1-2 servings during exercise as long as it lasts above 60 min (suggested with the addition of electrolytes and carbohydrates).
Due to the convenient dosage of the tablet form, we can precisely dose BCAA and, contained in them, leucine.
Priority 1: Increase energy for the workout
Time: about 30 minutes before training
The most appropriate time to consume 2-3 BCAA Hiro.Lab tablets is during the workout. The reason is that BCAAs are different from other amino acids. They don’t have to be directed to the liver; they can go directly to muscle cells, where they are used as fuel. You can add 5 g of Beta-alanine Hiro.Lab and 5 g of Creatine Monohydrate Hiro.Lab.
Priority 2: Muscle regeneration and growth
Time: Within 30 minutes after strength or endurance training
The next most appropriate time to take 2-4 BCAA tablets is after training. Here leucine needs to reach muscle cells, where it can activate mTOR protein kinase and stimulate muscle protein synthesis as well as muscle growth. At this point, you can add 5-10g of Glutamine Hiro.Lab, and 30g of Instant Whey Protein Hiro.Lab.
Priority 3: Saccadic muscle protein synthesis between meals
Time: 2 hours after a meal
When you eat a meal containing at least 3 g of leucine and at least 30 g of protein, muscle protein synthesis is temporarily accelerated. About two hours after a meal, protein synthesis will drop, but the meal’s amino acids are still in the bloodstream. At this point, if you provide further portions of leucine and the other two amino acids in the form of one tablet of BCAA Hiro.Lab, it can cause a second leap in the synthesis of muscle proteins from the same meal.
Priority 4: Increasing the leucine content in a meal
Time: With meals which do not provide at least 30 g of protein
As mentioned, you need at least 30 g of complete protein, as well as a good 2-3 g of leucine to maximize muscle protein synthesis. If a meal contains less than 30 g of protein, it probably also does not provide a full 2 g of leucine. To create a bigger leap in protein synthesis from such a meal, you can take one tablet of BCAA Hiro. Lab. to make sure that the leucine content is high enough to work.
Ingredients: L-leucine, L-valine, L-isoleucine, gelatin capsule shell (dye: titanium dioxide)