You might think you're killing it at the gym but if your nutrition and supplementation aren't on point, then you might be missing out on the gains you could be getting.
BCAA DNA™ is part of the new DNA series from BSN® - designed to help you customise your results. The branched chain amino acids, leucine, isoleucine and valine, are essential, meaning that they must be consumed through the diet as the body can't produce them. Supplementing with bcaas can help you top up your daily amino acid requirements.
BCAA DNA™ is designed to allow your to customise your results:
5 g of BCAAs
Leucine, Isoleucine & Valine
Leucine: Isoleucine: Valine
Can be added to your post-workout shake or favourite beverage
Your supplement stack with all-new BSN® DNA Series
BCAA – what is it? BCAA are branched-chain amino acids that are common used in mass gainers. BCAA abbreviation means the group of essential amino acids: valine, leucine and isoleucine. BCAA is dedicated mainly to active people that practise sports and gym training. These amino acids have the value spectrum of usage in bodybuilding. We need to deliver BCAA with meals - otherwise, organism won’t be able to synthesize them.
BCAA appear in various forms: powder, pills, capsules or liquids. You can buy them at professional sports nutrition shops - we recommend our BCAA shop.
BCAA nutrients – how they work? It connects with valine, leucine and isoleucine activity.
How to dosage BCAA? Experts, dietetics and personal trainers recommend from 0,5 g to 1 g powder per 10 kg weight as a daily dose. If you weigh 80 kg, you should take from 4 g to 8 g BCAA. Remember not to exceed the dosage!
BCAA dosage – to what pay attention? Consider the type of physical activity and its intensity. If you practice extremely hard, take the higher dose of BCAA - the more you practice, the higher dose you should take. Remember not to exceed the recommended amount of amino acids (from 0,5 g to 1 g powder per 10 kg weight).
BCAA is best to take around one hour before and a quarter after training.
BCAA dosage – how about no-training days? Then take BCAA in the morning on an empty stomach and before sleep.