At some point in life, there comes a time when every beginner in strength training wonders how he or she can stimulate the function of muscles or aid their recovery. Stress, insufficient rest, malnutrition or sometimes total professionalism force us to supplement with blends of bioactive substances.
The most popular ingredients of training boosters are compounds which help recruit maximum motor units, including caffeine, taurine and beta-alanine. In order to improve muscle nourishment and promote recovery, you should take protein-carbohydrate blends together with salts of agmatine, citrulline and arginine which have a vasodilating effect and therefore improve the delivery to building blocks directly to myocytes.
The most popular additive in many supplements is creatine, often used in multiple forms to unlock its anabolic potential. Its main function is to readily generate metabolic energy, but it helps also extensively repair muscle fibres and provides a buffer for excess harmful lactic acid.
In order to meet your needs, we divided supplements into various categories to help you find the product you are looking for and personalise your order as much as possible. Supplements are available as liquids, powders, capsules, tablets and even gels form to provide the best form for you.