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ProSupps AminoLinx is designed to build and maintain muscle, and help your body avoid storing excess energy as fat. Formulated with branch chain amino acids (BCAAs) and beta-alanine, AminoLinx promotes muscle gain by increasing protein synthesis (the process of using consumed protein to build new muscle). Additionally, AminoLinx hydrates the muscle, giving them easier access to nutrients and carbohydrates for energy to fuel new muscle growth.
AminoLinx maintains muscle by decreasing catabolism, which occurs when your body uses existing muscle for energy – not what you want! By using calories from stored fat and your diet, AminoLinx reduces overall fat percentage and maintains your existing muscle. AminoLinx also combats muscle fatigue, and increases endurance for longer workouts.
AminoLinx also helps the body avoid storing energy as fat. Increasing your body’s BCAA count decreases the chance of obesity and improves body composition. How? Increased amounts of BCAAs elevate energy expenditure and improve how your body processes glucose (sugar). Efficient sugar digestion helps your body avoid storing excess energy as fat.
Lastly, AminoLinx is stimulant-free. If you don’t tolerate stimulants well, obtain stimulants from other dietary sources, or workout close to bedtime, AminoLinx gives you all the muscle building and maintaining benefits mentioned above without any stimulants.
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L-Leucine – TAn essential amino acid (meaning your body needs to obtain it from dietary sources) that maintains muscle by stopping muscle breakdown. It also supplies the body with energy under the stress of resistance training. L-leucine increases the secretion of human growth hormone (HGH), which can lead to healthy joints and promote faster muscle recovery and growth.
L-Valine – An essential amino acid responsible for preserving, repairing, and building muscle tissue. This is one of the 3 branch chain amino acids (BCAAs) that manages muscle under physical stress and helps with muscle metabolism, or the chemical changes within the muscle cell responsible for muscle growth. L-valine can also prevent digestive disorders such as ulcers, and when taken before a meal, decrease food intake by signaling the brain that the stomach is full.
L-Isoleucine – This essential amino acid plays an important role in protein synthesis, anabolism and anti-catabolism. L-isoleucine helps your body convert consumed protein into new muscle cells and provides an anabolic environment for muscle maintenance. L-isoleucine maintains muscle by acting as a precursor to glutamine and alanine, both of which aid in muscle repair. The faster your muscles repair, the sooner they will grow and become stronger. L-isoleucine also enhances energy and endurance by stabilizing blood sugar levels. As such, L-isoleucine can be very helpful ingredient for diabetics.
Beta-Alanine – This non-essential amino acid increases exercise capacity, aerobic endurance and muscle mass. By improving these 3 areas, your body will burn calories more efficiently making it difficult to store fat. Although it is not used in building proteins, beta-alanine boosts carnosine production to fight lactic acid buildup due to strenuous exercise. Low lactic acid levels enable your muscle to contract at an optimum level during a workout meaning each workout can be longer and more effective.
Other Ingredients – L-Lysine, L-Phenylalanine, L-Threonine, L-Citrulline Malate, L-Histidine Monochloride, N-Acetyl-L-Methionine, Agmatine Sulfate, L-Norvaline, Natural and Artificial Flavor, Citric Acid, Sucralose, L-Tartaric Acid, Soy lecithin, Dicalcium Phosphate, FD&D Yellow #5.
Q. What are the directions for taking this product?
A. Take 1 scoop of AminoLinx with 8 to 10 ounces of cold water before, during, and/or after training. Taking AminoLinx both before and after your training sessions will maximize the potency of strategic BCAA supplementation.
Q. What are branch chain amino acids or BCAAs?
A. Branch chain amino acids, or BCAAs, are L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine, and L-Valine. They are 3 of the 9 essential amino acids your body needs to make protein. Your body cannot create essential amino acids and requires to get them from diet or supplements. One third of skeletal muscle is made up of L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine and L-Valine. They are called ‘branch-chain’ because of their branch like appearance sprouting off the molecule.
Q. Is AminoLinx recommended for those who are dieting?
A. Yes. The ingredients in AminoLinx are as important for dieters as they are for bodybuilders. Everyone needs to preserve lean muscle tissue and remain in an anabolic state. This way the body uses sources other than its muscle for energy.
Q. Will taking AminoLinx upset my stomach?
A. No. Taking AminoLinx should not have any adverse effects leading to stomach discomfort. We consume amino acids every day in our diets and the BCAA’s found in AminoLinx are of the same chemical makeup.
Q. Does AmimoLinx’s “stimulant-free” formula make it less effective as an energy source than supplements with stimulants?
A. While AminoLinx may not have the same jolt of energy as a stimulant supplement; its “stimulant free” formula allows the body to receive energy from other sources, like fat. AminoLinx is best utilized by those exercising later in the day or receiving stimulants from other sources. AminoLinx can be a great resource for muscle pumps and energy while in the gym, but when it’s time for bed, the ingredients in AminoLinx won’t keep you awake like pre-workouts with stimulants.