What is Beta Alanine?
This simple, but Important Pre Workout Ingredient, is a non-essential beta-amino acid.
Why is Beta Alanine Important Pre Workout?
Beta Alanine is one of the Most Popular Pre Workout Ingredients because it has been shown to Increase Carnosine Levels.
Intense exercise causes a build-up of hydrogen resulting in an acidic environment that reduces your muscles' abilities to function. The Increased Carnosine Levels caused by Pre Workout Beta Alanine Supplementation help reduce or remove hydrogen and acid and; therefore...
Delay Fatigue, Improve Work Capacity, and Increase Reps [2,3,4]
What's that "Tingling" Sensation?
Many athletes report a "Tingling" sensation following Pre Workout Beta Alanine Supplementation. This tingling is formally known as parasthesia and is completely normal. Some like it, some don't, but many say that the sensation has an energetic component that helps them train.
Consistency Wins the Day!
Beta Alanine is an Amazing Pre Workout Ingredient, but it's been shown to work best when taken regularly, so don't skip the workouts or the Pre Workout Beta Alanine if you want to get the most out of this Pre Workout Superstar!
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