Best Muscle Growth Supplements, That You Need

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Have you ever experienced that your muscles are fading away or they just do not grow the way you want them to, even though you push hard at the gym, sleep well at night and your diet is well organized… yet still your muscles break down and will not grow right?

I know I did… you probably missing on few of the Best Muscle Growth Supplements and I am going to lay it out before your eyes so you can get everything in order.

Whey Protein

Whey protein is the liquid part of the milk which is not used by the dairy industries… well until recently after they find out its value. Sometimes you can notice it, it is that watery substance you find on a yogurt and cheese containers.

When whey is processed and extracted at the end of the operation, it becomes powder shaped like. Usually the taste is nasty, that is why it is flavored.

Whey protein contains high range of essential amino acids (which your body cannot produce so we get them from food), one of the reasons why whey and resistance training go hand-to-hand when trying to build lean tissue of muscle mass.

It is categorized into three types:

  • Whey Protein Hydrolysate, its components are already broke down and good to go which means they are highly observable.
  • Whey Protein Isolated, it is tastier than Hydrolysate and it is almost striped out of fat and lactose.
  • Whey Protein Concentrate, it contains more fat and carbs depending on the concentration levels and it is the tastiest of them all.

Whey protein causes muscle protein syntheses, it bestows high doses of BCAA (Branched-Chain Amino Acids) which contains the most growth promoting amino acids as well as help rise up range of the cellular antioxidant.

Studies shows that whey protein can aid weight loss and lowering cholesterol, but high doses of it can cause increase in bowel movement, nausea and appetite reduction.

Casein Protein

Contrary to Whey protein, Casein protein is a bunch of amino acids that are slowly released for the body to digest them. It is best taken on long periods without food, like before sleeping for maximize muscle recovery and slow down muscle break down.

The milk we get from our beloved cows, contains approximately 80% Casein protein while the rest of the percentage belongs to whey protein.

In a long run, Casein protein beats whey protein in muscle growth, muscle preservation and fat loss… it is just tricky to consume it throughout the day seen how it is a slow digesting meal.

I cannot write much about Casein protein due to its similarities with whey protein except that… one is slow digested while the other is fast digested, whey is better for workout because it contains higher portion of BCAA compared to Casein protein and also Casein protein is a little bit more nutrient than whey protein.

Creatine

Creatine is a substance located naturally inside muscle cells and the body can also produce it given you consume essential amino acids. The majority of it, is stored in muscles while few others are stored in liver, brain and kidneys.

We supplement it to increase amount of its substance stored within us, because it is excellent for increasing muscle mass, strength and exercise performances.

Stacking up on Creatine is very much popular among bodybuilders, especially because it offers what every bodybuilder wish for… “muscle preservation”.

During heavy weight lifting and intense exercises, Creatine helps the muscle to produce energy. Creatine supplementation increases your body ATP (Adenosine triphosphate) which is basically transports and store energy (chemical energy) within cells.

Creatine makes your muscle cells observe more water (lift the water into muscle cells), which in turn volumize cell’s size. Hence, it increases workout volume of a single training session… now THAT is an A+ for muscle growth and repairment.

Creatine supplementation cycling which is most common within the bodybuilding community, is divided into 3 types:

1. Loading Phase

Is when you take large amount of Creatine throughout the day, ranges from 15 to 20 grams for 5 to 10 days and the result will show up during those few days.

2. Maintaining Phase

Is when you take moderate to little doses just enough to sustain your muscle mass, usually 5 grams for a long period like 2 months.

3. Break Phase

This is where you stop taking it completely for 4 to 6 months or longer.

I cannot express this enough, YOU WILL NOT SEE ANY IMPROVEMENTS UNLESS… YOU CONSUME LOTS OF WATER.
It is very crucial that you consult your doctor prior taking Creatine, if you have a history in liver dysfunction, heart failure or kidney diseases.

Pre-Workouts

Not every day you can be focus or active before workout let alone lacking energy to perform the way you usually would, that is why people tend to lean on getting extra boost of energy from a Pre-Workout supplements.

Just so you know, there is not one magic supplement that can solve all your lacks, each ingredient in these supplement has its own purpose in relate to energy boost.

So, make sure you break down “what do you need energy for” and choose the proper ingredients. To name a few of these ingredients characteristics:

Beta-Alanine, its effects are during workout once your muscle start to fatigue, it prevents that and fights off built up acid in you.

Caffeine, helps keeping you less tired by stimulating parts of your brain and helps produce your overall power outputs.

Creatine, sometimes listed within a Pre-Workout formula, its characters mentioned above.

Cirulline, although the body produce it we need more of it, because during exercise our muscle requires nutrients and oxygen so it helps through pumping blood flow to the tissue and reduce muscle soreness later on.

Your Take on It

Do your own research and you will still find what is listed above for Best Muscle Growth Supplements. Even though the supplements mentioned differ completely from one another or have similarities between them, but still… for maximizing seeked results; you need to find a way to fit them all in your daily diet.

6 thoughts on “Best Muscle Growth Supplements, That You Need

  1. While I only use it as part of my breakfast, I always throw about half the recommendation of whey isolate powder into a chocolate (the whey powder), banana and peanut-butter shake. This keeps me full through most of the day and also makes sure I hit that all-important protein intake every day.

  2. My son recently injured his back pretty severely and I’ve been trying to help him get back some of the strength he lost. Upon reading up on the info you’ve publish I’ll be happy to pass it on to him. Great job!

    1. Hey, I’m sorry to hear what happened to your son.
      Step by step and he will regain all of his strength back and more.
      Just hit me up at s.slim@fitnesschecklists.com, I’ll be glad to help him out… that’s the reason this website was created.

      I wish your son best of health.
      Thank you.

  3. I am quite surprised you have not mentioned testosterone boosting supplements here. Are protein powders more effective than testosterone boosting supplements or are they best used together?

    1. The idea was to list down the basic supplements (sorry, should have clarified that) for muscle growth that includes all fitness including beginner.

      Yes Testosterone Boosters helps but, there are much bigger chances to boost your own naturally that’s why I excluded them.
      And sure even protein intakes can be obtained from natural sources, but it depends on your fitness goals… sometimes you need your macros to be high in proteins without fats and carbs, it’s hard to come by naturally. Hence protein powders are more convenient.

      I personally don’t use Testosterone Boosters supplements, so I’m not familiar with mixing them with protein powder.
      I’ll write about it once I try it.

      I hope I was of a help to answer your question.
      Thank you for the comment.

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