Beta-alanine is a core ingredient in most preworkout supplements, because this amino acid helps hard-training athletes maintain intensity through each grueling set. More intensity and awesome results. 100 caps, each. 200 day supply money-saving 2-pack.
Suggested Use:Use as directed on label.
Increases muscle mass.
Helps increase workout intensity.
Reduces fatigue by increasing both anaerobic and aerobic endurance.
Reduces lactic acid buildup.
Increases ability to repeat vigorous sets, instead of burning out mid-workout.
Reduces mental and physical stress.
Helps reduce soreness and inflammation.
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Increase the intensity of your workout (fewer reps per set, with heavier weight in each set). If you do 3 sets of 10 reps, you are sacrificing intensity for conformity. Change that silly pattern before supplementing. You should find each set harder to do than the last, so it will necessarily consist of either fewer reps or less weight. If each set is the same, you are doing something wrong. Think about the logic, here. Then, implement the change and watch your results improve.
Beta Alanine is the only naturally occurring beta-amino acid. One thing it does is boost carnosine, which has a beneficial effect on cell pH.
The reason bodybuilders supplement with beta alanine is doing so visibly results in muscle gains. That's pretty much the purpose for going through the pain of a hard workout. Beta alanine makes those workouts count.