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The Best Workout Supplements to Try

Fitness Maniac

Fitness Maniac

  Btm layout, Bengaluru     Mar 27, 2019

   2 min     


Many people find it challenging to stay active, and the main reason behind this is lack of energy. To gain an extra boost of energy during a workout, many people prefer workout supplement. So, from a range of a multitude of supplements, we are going to explore a couple of tried and tested supplements which can be beneficial for your further workout.


Creatine is a naturally occurring molecule found in our cells and used as a dietary supplement. It helps in developing power and strength. The chances of strength gains increase by 5 to 10 percent if people consume creatine supplements in combination with weight training program.


Beta-Alanine is an amino acid that aids fight muscle fatigue. During an intense workout, our body starts building acid. This supplement helps combat the acid. It increases our concentration and improves performance during exercise. Experts suggest a dose of 4 to 6 grams per day for better exercise performance.


Citrulline is a form of amino acid which our body produces naturally. Consuming this supplement can further enhance the level of our body and improves our performance. It increases the flow of blood to body tissues. Mixing citrulline with workout provides your more nutrient and oxygen which may help you to perform well. Experts recommend consuming 8 grams of citrulline malate and 6 grams of L-citrulline to eliminate any side effects.


It is a natural molecule found in tea and coffee. Caffeine aims to stimulate specific parts of the brain to make you feel less tired and increase alertness. It improves power output which applies to different types of exercise, such as weight training, sprinting, and cycling. The recommended dose of caffeine is 3 to 6 mg per kg of body weight.

Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs)

The BCAAs consist of three essential molecules, including isoleucine, leucine, and valine. These amino acids are available in many protein-consumed foods. It helps in building more great muscles. Moreover, the high-quality protein available in dairy products, meats, and eggs provides a sufficient amount of BCAAs which helps to support muscle growth. However, taking this supplement has various benefits. It enhances endurance running performance, reduces physical fatigue and mental stress, eliminates muscle soreness after weight training and running.  

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