Your body is in the perfect state to absorb nutrients during and after you work out or compete. Engaging in Intense Exercise increases blood flow to Working Muscles and cellular absorption in Muscle Fibers allowing your body to better receive and utilize much needed nutrients. But what should those nutrients be? Read More
Sweet and Refreshing, Coconut Water is referred to as "Mother Nature's Sports Drink." However, if you don't live near the tropics, getting this 'wonder fruit' fresh could prove to be a bit problematic Read More
Athlete’s bodies can cycle rapidly and frequently between Anabolic (muscle building) and Catabolic (muscle wasting) periods. Ensuring your body gets enough high quality protein and essential amino acids (EAAs) can give you the extra nutrients you need to achieve your Bodybuilding or Athletic Goals Read More
Branched Chain Amino Acids or BCAAs are well-studied supplements that are amongst the most popular sports nutrition dietary supplements and, arguably, the best selling amino acid supplement today. Read More
L-Theanine is the Amino Acid responsible for many of Green Tea's amazing benefits. Theanine is extremely rare in nature and it is found almost exclusively in Green Tea. Theanine is used Pre Workout as a Nootropic or, when paired with Caffeine, as a Focus and Performance Aid. Read More
L-Isoleucine is an Essential Amino Acid (EAA) with a secret! BCAAs are among the most popular supplements in the world but, do you really know what all three BCAAs do and how they work? Read More
Leucine is an Essential Amino Acid (EAA) that is part of only three EAAs that form the subgroup called Branched-chain Amino Acids (BCAAs). Read More
BCAAs are different from the other EAAs because they are metabolized in your muscles and not your liver, like the other EAAs.
Valine is one of three Essential Amino Acids (EAA) that are considered Branched-chain Amino Acids (BCAA). Valine, like the other BCAAs, promotes Muscle Growth and Muscular Recover. According to PubMed, Valine can also be used to treat metabolic and liver diseases in clinical settings.  Read More
Leucine, like all BCAAs, are different from the other EAAs because they are metabolized in your muscles and not your liver, like the other EAAs.
Supplementing with a high-quality BCAA Amino product before, during and after you train can help Improve Amino Acid levels in the bloodstream and lead to Increased Protein Synthesis and Better Muscle Recovery. Read More
Branched-chain Amino Acids or BCAAs are small, individual units that become "chained" together and that sometimes have side chains that "branch off". These Amino Units come together to form various chains that eventually create Proteins. Read More
There are many Amino Acids, but there are only 3 BCAAs - Leucine, Valine and Isoleucine.
BCAAs are EAAs. Read More
Essential Amino Acids are essential because our bodies require EAAs, but cannot make EAAs.
To get adequate EAAs you have to ensure that you consume enough through your daily food intake or through an EAA Supplement.
Of the EAAs three Amino Acids are known as Branched Chain Amino Acids or BCAAs: Leucine, isoleucine, and Valine.
ElevATP® was awarded the Prestigious Sports Nutrition Ingredient of the Year Award by Nutra Ingredients USA. Such amazing recognition from one of the Most Well-Respected Institutions in Sports Nutrition warrants us taking a deeper look at this Potentially Best Pre Workout Booster. Read More