Best supplement for strength output
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. hit or miss product, but if you respond to it, you will never use another natty product (for strength) again. If you like solo, add in DAA, , and you have one heck of a stack.
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Food...food grows muscle
Answer + science right there
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doin it mountain dog style in here come along for the shred fest-http://anabolicminds.com/forum/workout-logs/229302-danbs-mountain-dog.html
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ArA-X-gels are getting some great results right now,and there are a few logs going to check out!Also never forget the common ones-Creatine,Citrulline Malate,DAA,and food,oh the power of a good diet
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"Nitric oxide protects the skeletal muscle Ca 2+ release channel from oxidation induced activation." - Role of nitric oxide in skeletal muscle: synthesis, distribution and functional importance; MB Reid - Acta Physiologica Scandinavica, 1998 - Wiley Online Library
"The ATP cost of contraction in skeletal myocytes is essentially the sum of ATP consumption via the interaction between actin and myosin (actomyosin-ATPase) and calcium (Ca2+) pumping in the sarcoplasmic reticulum (Ca2+-ATPase), with membrane depolarization (Na+-K+-ATPase) making a further small contribution to the total ATP turnover (6). NO has been demonstrated to slow cross-bridge cycling kinetics (25, 34), reduce ryanodine activity, and therefore Ca2+ release (33) and inhibit Ca2+-ATPase activity (71), and NO may therefore have a regulatory influence on the ATP cost of force production. [...] in vivo data suggest that the reduction in V?o2 following NO3- supplementation is principally a result of a reduced rate of ATP turnover in the contracting myocytes, i.e., a blunting of the changes in high-energy phosphates would reduce the stimuli to oxidative phosphorylation. The reduction in muscle metabolic perturbation with NO3- supplementation, including a sparing of the rate of depletion of the finite PCr reserve, was associated with an improved tolerance of high-intensity exercise." -Bailey SJ, Fulford J, Vanhatalo A, Winyard PG, Blackwell JR, DiMenna FJ, Wilkerson DP, Benjamin N, Jones AM. Dietary nitrate supplementation enhances muscle contractile efficiency during knee-extensor exercise in humans. J Appl Physiol. 2010 Jul;109(1):135-48. doi: 10.1152/japplphysiol.00046.2010.
o Dietary supplementation with inorganic nitrate has beneficial effects on skeletal muscle responses to exercise.
o Both mitochondrial and extra-mitochondrial explanations have been proposed.
o Contractile force of fast-twitch muscles was enhanced in mice supplemented with 1 mm NaNO3 in drinking water for 7 days.
o Myoplasmic free [Ca2+] during tetanic stimulation was increased in fast-twitch muscles of nitrate-supplemented mice and this was accompanied by increased expression of calsequestrin 1 and the dihydropyridine receptor.
o These results provide a new mechanism by which nitrate exerts beneficial effects on muscle function with applications to sports performance and a potential therapeutic role in conditions with muscle weakness.
Role of nitric oxide in muscle contractility:
05-24-2013, 10:16 AM
I am well aware of creatine and caffeine, i just wanted to know if there were any others out there. As far as ephedrine, im not sure about using it as i like to keep stimulant use to a minimum also it is illegal in the ncaa
05-24-2013, 10:21 AM
No one has included AAKG's? As a precursor to nitric oxide it's one of the best. i see citrulline malate was also noted which works very similar but on personal experience I would prefer aakgs. Also d aspartic acid ( as it increases natural testosterone) , obviously creatine monohydrate and beta alanine has been shown to increase strength and endurance is weight lifting
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I wish I gained any strength from any supps ive taken, I learnt just upping calories increased my power output every week! Im subbed, def interested in this thread.
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