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Glutamine and BCAA stack

n3arleig

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a friend recommends that I look into taking glutamine with bcaa as a stack before my workouts.He said that it will help me build muscle and gain some strength because it will force your muscles to absorb a lot of energy from the supplements. Do you think that stacking them is smart or is there something else I should be using
 

RealQuadzilla40

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I like to stack 10 grams of glutamine with a handful of BCAAs capsules before I train, I found the combo helps me push harder during training sessions.
 

SteveSmi

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you are already getting plenty of bcaa's from your diet, adding more is a waste of $$$ and not healthy
 

Mobster

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a friend recommends that I look into taking glutamine with bcaa as a stack before my workouts.He said that it will help me build muscle and gain some strength because it will force your muscles to absorb a lot of energy from the supplements. Do you think that stacking them is smart or is there something else I should be using
That sounds like a magic trick. As in made up BS
 

Vadim Fedorov

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JasonPriest

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amino acids are already in your food. adding more is counter productive, imagine adding sugar to ice cream, that is what you are doing
 

Tiger Salman Khan

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RickV

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a friend recommends that I look into taking glutamine with bcaa as a stack before my workouts.He said that it will help me build muscle and gain some strength because it will force your muscles to absorb a lot of energy from the supplements. Do you think that stacking them is smart or is there something else I should be using

BCAAs are good to take and Glutamine especially is good to help your muscles recover and your white blood cells need Glutamine, so good to take. But really gaining mass is about total calories and total protein so you want to make sure to eat enough protein about 2 grams per pound of bodyweight and then you will gains some serious mass. The BCAAs maybe make it so that you are more anabolic during the time you train but not a huge difference and BCAAs will never make up for the lack of protein in your diet.
 

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