Intra workout supplements are those that can be taken during a workout to help enhance strength, speed and power or delay the onset of fatigue and improve exercise intensity. Whilst the intra workout supplement market is still a relatively new one, it’s received a lot of attention in recent years after sports scientists found certain ingredients improved performance during clinical studies. Furthermore it’s considered a key nutrient window especially for elite athletes and advanced trainers wanting to try something new to break training plateaus.
Those intra workout supplements that showed the best results in studies were Beta Alanine shown to buffer lactic acid and improve endurance, L Carnitine shown to spare muscle glycogen and delay the onset of fatigue, electrolytes capable of helping optimal neuromuscular interactions and BCAA’s for reducing muscle breakdown and aiding recovery. Here we examine the Intra workout nutrient window as a whole, as well as looking at combinations of ingredients that can help meet a specific training goal.
BCAA Advanced 4:1:2 is a next generation branched chain amino acid formula incorporating a cutting-edge 4:1:2 ratio. This unique amino blend is also engineered with the revolutionary technology Pepform® leucine peptides.
Each Protected BCAA capsule is acid resistant, ensuring that the BCAA’s are not released until they reach the intestines. This massively increases the bioavailability and absorption, allowing more of the BCAA’s to be transferred to the muscles.
TPW™ i-Surge is a non-stim based intra workout formula designed to be taken during your workout to help increase strength, speed, power and endurance, as well as combat fatigue. It comes in a range of all natural flavours for the ultimate supplement to take during your workout.
A unique form of amino energy, Amino-NRG is a highly formulated product considered to be one of the best selling amino acid supplements on the market. Engineered using a blend of ultra pure amino acids, it has been designed to guarantee your training has optimal results.