Hi guys, ok so I normally take a Protein shake whey witch has Bcaa in it but was told its not the same, are they worth getting guys? Honestly will they show any diff rents or do anything different ? If so witch ones are good? Powder or pill form and should I take them when I wake up with my shake and while I work out? Thanks
Bcaa's are awesome to sip on during a lifting session. I like usplabs Bcaa it also has electrolytes so you can go longer in the gym. Isn't a staple supplement but it is sure nice to have.
I wouldn't waste my money on BCAAs unless I was cutting.is a great alternative when bulking, and cheaper. SNS makes a 500g tub
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If I had to choose between protein powder or bcaa's, I'd choose protein powder. The addition of free form BCAA's will be fine though. Having some BCAA's when fasted, or pre/post workout will be beneficial, especially with a high ratio of luecine to isoluecine/valine. Pills are. I don't feel like cramming down 10 pills just for 5g of BCAA's. Something like nutraplanets bulk or usplabs BCAA would be a good supplement. If you're looking for straight post workout though, I'd stick with just protein and carbs. I'd rather blow money on that than BCAA's. I do however purchase NPs Bulk BCAA when the prices are right.
Edit: What Warbird said.
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Now I got it, thanks guys
i doubt you would notice a big difference but i love them pre/intra/post.... modern is good to go, purple wraath is also my fav
If you want an awesome pre, post or intra amino product then you should definitely give Finaflex BCAA+SAA a go. It's getting rave reviews and the Apple Fusion flavor is amazing. Check out a few of the logs on here for confirmation
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You could even do 1 scoop pre & 1 scoop intra (still is one serving) with an 8:1:1 ratio its heavy in leucine and also providing other key amino acids.
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