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  • Cellucor CN3 vs. Cellucor C4

    With pre-workouts leading the way in the supplement industry, some of you may be surprised to learn that the term 'pre-workout' encompasses more than just a simple caffeine product. Pre-workout is used to describe any supplement that is taken before your workout to improve your overall performance and results. Energy boosting pre-workouts are just one facet of a huge category.

     

    Cellucor is one of the top contenders in the pre-workout industry as it has several pre-workout products, all of which promise to boost your workout in different ways. Today, let's take a look at two extremely popular pre-workouts from the brand, Cellucor CN3 and Cellucor C4, to see which one is worth buying.

     

    Cellucor CN3

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    Pros of Cellucor CN3

    Cellucor CN3 is commonly referred to as a N.O. Booster. Nitric Oxide boosters are used to promote blood flow and oxygen uptake into muscle tissue. Benefits from this may include better performance and strength as tissue is able to capitalize on the increased nutrient delivery and blood flow. When you use an N.O. booster, you may experience 'the pump.' This is when blood swells in the muscle being worked. It's a feeling that most serious lifters strive to accomplish each workout.

     

    Cellucor CN3 contains Creatine Nitrate, the result of bonding nitrate with creatine monohydrate. Studies show that using 3 grams of Creatine Nitrate each day is safe, well tolerated by most, and may result in boosting your performance. Subjects saw a significant improvement in their bench press results, suggesting that Creatine Nitrate may also increase strength levels as well. This is very important if your goals include strength gains and lean muscle mass. (1, 2)

     

    Cons of Cellucor CN3

    There are no downsides to using Cellucor CN3. The only two ingredients are Creatine Nitrate and Vitamin C. Most importantly, the Creatine Nitrate has been dosed at 3 grams per serving, which was the ideal range as shown in the studies. This is a solid pre-workout product.

     

    Cellucor C4

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    Pros of Cellucor C4

    Cellucor C4 has been around the pre-workout circuit for a long time. As one of the pioneers of next level pre-workouts, C4 has gained a massive following and it's not hard to see why. It contains a variety of energy boosters such as Caffeine Anhydrous, Velvet Bean, and Theacrine but it also has a nitric oxide boosting blend featuring Creatine Nitrate and AAK (Arginine Alpha Ketoglutarate).

     

    The energy boosting formula contains caffeine and theacrine, which is an amazing blend. Studies show that pairing these two together results in higher energy levels without the anxiousness associated with caffeine use. Also, the use of Beta Alanine may be a great way to boost strength and performance. (2-4)

     

    Cons of Cellucor C4

    While it does have Creatine Nitrate (the main ingredient in CN3), it is only dosed at one gram, making it essentially ineffective compared to the proper dose of 3 grams. This can be remedied by pairing up C4 with CN3, as I talk about below. (1)

     

    The only other issue we have with C4 is the use of the proprietary blend, which makes it impossible to know exactly how much of each ingredient you are getting in the energy blend. Still, this isn't a huge issue because you can assess your tolerance with C4 using a single serving, making it obvious that the dose is high enough to work.

     

    Conclusion

    Cellucor CN3 and Cellucor C4 are both fantastic products in the same category but they couldn't be further apart in terms of functionality. CN3 is a nitric oxide booster that may be able to increase strength levels, overall performance, and that pump you feel during the workout. Cellucor C4, on the other hand, is used to increase energy, boost focus, and promote performance. If you're serious about your workouts, then ideally you should be getting both of these products as they may have a significant impact on your gains.

     

    References

    1. Elfego Galvan, Dillon K. Walker, Sunday Y. Simbo, Ryan Dalton, Kyle Levers, Abigail O'Connor, Chelsea Goodenough, Nicholas D. Barringer, Mike Greenwood, Christopher Rasmussen, Stephen B. Smith, Steven E. Riechman, James D. Fluckey, Peter S. Murano, Conrad P. Earnest and Richard B. Kreider. Acute and chronic safety and efficacy of dose dependent creatine nitrate supplementation and exercise performance. Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition201613:12. DOI: 10.1186/s12970-016-0124-0.
    1. Westerterp-Plantenga MS, Lejeune MP, Kovacs EM. Body weight loss and weight maintenance in relation to habitual caffeine intake and green tea supplementation. Obes Res. 2005 Jul;13(7):1195-204.
    1. Daniel J. Kuhman, Keanan J. Joyner, and Richard J. Bloomer. Cognitive Performance and Mood Following Ingestion of a Theacrine-Containing Dietary Supplement, Caffeine, or Placebo by Young Men and Women. Nutrients. 2015 Nov; 7(11): 9618–9632.
    1. Hobson RM, Saunders B, Ball G, Harris RC, Sale C. Effects of ?-alanine supplementation on exercise performance: a meta-analysis. Amino Acids. 2012 Jul;43(1):25-37. doi: 10.1007/s00726-011-1200-z. Epub 2012 Jan 24.
  • BSN N.O. Xplode vs. BSN N.O. Xplode XE Edge

    BSN has long reigned over the pre-workout market with N.O. Xplode. This hard-hitting energy booster has been helping millions get pumped up to conquer their workouts with ease. As a long-standing pre-workout staple, N.O. Xplode has gone unchallenged for years. Despite the fanfare, BSN felt that as good of a pre-workout as N.O. Xplode was, it needed an upgrade for the more advanced user. This is how BSN N.O. Xplode XE Edge was born. Let's take a look at these two giants to see which one is worth the buy.

     

    BSN N.O. Xplode

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    Pros of BSN N.O. Xplode

    First, let's take a look at the pre-workout supplement that launched the BSN brand into stardom. One look at the N.O. Xplode label and it isn't hard to see why this supplement became so popular. It features an all-star line-up of ingredients featured in easy to understand categories. For example, the Myogenic Matrix blend of ingredients features creatine and protein peptides, two ingredients that can help support strength intra-workout.

     

    The Thermic Energy blend features caffeine, N-Acetyl-Tyrosine, and a trademarked brand of caffeine cocrystal known as Purenergy. Together, these ingredients can help boost your energy levels to prepare you for the workout ahead.

     

    The original N.O. Xplode formula is fantastic. It features several categories of ingredients that support muscle building and fat burning on all levels. You get energy boosting, strength support, and nootropic amplification. (1)

     

    Cons of BSN N.O. Xplode

    Like most BSN products, N.O. Xplode uses a proprietary blend. You know what ingredients are in the formula but you don't know exactly how much. As we've discussed before with some BSN products, this is problematic because if you are trying to achieve a certain dosage level, you'll never know if you achieve it. Still, considering the ingredients that are used, it's easy to look past this issue.

     

    BSN N.O. Xplode XE Edge

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    Pros of BSN N.O. Xplode XE Edge

    The question is, 'How can BSN do better than the original formula?' We were wondering the same thing and once we saw the label, it immediately became clear why XE Edge is the long-awaited upgrade.

     

    While many of the ingredients found in N.O. Explode can be found in XE Edge, the most dramatic difference is the energy-focused blend appropriately titled the 'Super Leaf Energy Composite.' This blend starts out with caffeine then takes a sharp turn upward with the following:

    Longan Extract:

    • Powerful nootropic that may help boost focus, alertness, and cognitive processing.

    Theacrine:

    • Similar to caffeine, this is an intense energy booster that also helps to amplify focus.

    Guayusa:

    • High octane tea that contains the energy amplifier, Theobromine, as well as caffeine. (2-4)

    This energy blend is a marked improvement from the original formula. It contains several long-lasting energy support ingredients that also act as nootropics, meaning you'll feel the rush in mind and body.

     

    Cons of BSN N.O. Xplode XE Edge

    With the exception of artificial flavouring and sweeteners, we couldn't find anything wrong with BSN N.O. Xplode XE Edge. Unlike its predecessor, BSN N.O. Xplode XE Edge tells you exactly what you're getting and at what dose you're getting those ingredients. This is a huge leap forward for the brand and one that will only secure it as the king of the pre-workout.

     

    Conclusion

    It's not that N.O. Xplode is obsolete; it's quite the opposite. N.O. Xplode is still a very relevant and competitive pre-workout supplement; however, if you've been using pre-workouts for a long time, your body may have become used to the same ingredients day-in and day-out. That's where XE Edge comes in. This extreme pre-workout is for the fitness enthusiast who has been around the block a few times with supplements. If you're a beginner, start with N.O. Xplode then graduate to the big leagues with N.O. Xplode XE Edge when you're ready.

     

    References

    1. Westerterp-Plantenga MS, Lejeune MP, Kovacs EM. Body weight loss and weight maintenance in relation to habitual caffeine intake and green tea supplementation. Obes Res. 2005 Jul;13(7):1195-204.
    1. Park SJ, Park DH, Kim DH, Lee S, Yoon BH, Jung WY, Lee KT, Cheong JH, Ryu JH. The memory-enhancing effects of Euphoria longan fruit extract in mice. J Ethnopharmacol. 2010 Mar 2;128(1):160-5. doi: 10.1016/j.jep.2010.01.001. Epub 2010 Jan 11.
    1. Daniel J. Kuhman, Keanan J. Joyner, and Richard J. Bloomer. Cognitive Performance and Mood Following Ingestion of a Theacrine-Containing Dietary Supplement, Caffeine, or Placebo by Young Men and Women. Nutrients. 2015 Nov; 7(11): 9618–9632.
    1. Kapp RW Jr, Mendes O, Roy S, McQuate RS, Kraska R. General and Genetic Toxicology of Guayusa Concentrate (Ilex guayusa). Int J Toxicol. 2016 Mar-Apr;35(2):222-42. doi: 10.1177/1091581815625594. Epub 2016 Jan 25.
  • GAT Nitraflex vs. Cellucor C4

    In the supplement market, there are great pre-workouts and there are the best pre-workouts. If you've been using supplements for a while, German American Training and Cellucor are no stranger to your ear. These two giants have two of the best-selling products but are Nitraflex and C4 really all they're cracked up to be? Let's review these two supplements to see which one is worth picking up.

     

    GAT Nitraflex

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    Pros of GAT Nitraflex

    Right away, you can see that GAT's Nitraflex is geared towards a male audience and this has everything to do with the fact that there is a testosterone support agent inside of this pre-workout. I'll speak more on that below.

     

    As to the pre-workout itself, Nitraflex hosts an impressive combination of ingredients that combine stimulants and nootropics, or 'brain boosting' compounds. Ingredients of note are the following:

    Raulwolfia

    • Similar to Yohimbe in structure and function
    • Supports weight loss
    • May trigger boost in norepinephrine (energy) without an increase in blood pressure (1)

    Caffeine

    • Famous stimulant
    • May significantly boost your energy levels
    • May increase mental focus and alertness (2)

    DMAE Bitartrate

    • May be beneficial for neuromuscular health
    • May boost focus and memory
    • May prevent feeling of anxiousness, which is common feeling with stimulants (3)

     

    Cons of GAT Nitraflex

    There are two concerns with Nitraflex that I have: First, GAT uses a proprietary blend. This is frustrating because you don't know exactly how much of a certain ingredient you're getting in this blend. With the blend being 7.2 grams, you have to wonder just how effective the pre-workout can be. For example, elite pre-workouts use 2 to 3 grams of Beta Alanine alone. With that said, this is an impressive line-up and at 7 grams, there should be a decent amount of everything in there. As always you can double the dose.

    The only other issue we have is with marketing. By adding the unproven testosterone booster into the pre-workout, GAT is losing out on a potential female market. I'd say ditch the unproven t-booster and market to everyone.

     

    Cellucor C4

     

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    Pros of Cellucor C4

    C4 by Cellucor has been dominating the pre-workout market for a long time. User reviews report that C4 gives them the energy they need without the crash that comes with caffeine-dominant supplements. This may be directly related to the use of Theacrine, which is considered a softer cousin of caffeine. One study revealed that taking a mixture of both caffeine and Theacrine resulted in an increase in cognitive function and energy without the rise in blood pressure associated with other stimulants. (4)

    Cellucor C4 is also backed by Beta Alanine, Arginine Alpha Ketoglutarate, and Creatine Nitrate. Again, you're looking a solid line-up of ingredients that have all been the subject of research, study, and fanfare.

     

    Cons of Cellucor C4

    Like GAT, Cellucor uses a proprietary blend when it matters most. They do reveal that C4 only has 150 mg of caffeine per serving but you're left in the dark with the other 275 mg of the blend. With that said Cellucor does provide the information for most of the other ingredients, which is helpful. As I mentioned above, you could double the dose, if need be, but I feel as if one serving will be plenty considering ingredients like Beta Alanine are dosed appropriately.

     

    Conclusion

    You have two industry giants with two amazing products. It's impossible to choose between them because both have so much to offer. Despite relying on proprietary blends, GAT and Cellucor are providing products that are sure to get you through your workouts. I really like the addition of Theacrine in C4 but I'm also a huge fan of the Raulwolfia in Nitraflex. I'd suggest buying both and see which one is better for your body type.

     

    References

    1. Staff, Mayo Clinic. "Alpha Blockers." Mayo Clinic. Mayo Foundation, n.d. Web. 06 Feb. 2017.
    1. Costill DL, Dalsky GP, Fink WJ. Effects of caffeine ingestion on metabolism and exercise performance. Medicine and Science in Sports [1978, 10(3):155-158]
    1. Caille E.-J. Study concerning the bisorcate demanol effects upon quantified EEG, cortical vigilance and mood. Comparative double-blind, cross-over balanced design versus pirisudanol. Psychol Med. 1986;18:2069-2086.
    1. Daniel J. Kuhman, Keanan J. Joyner, and Richard J. Bloomer. Cognitive Performance and Mood Following Ingestion of a Theacrine-Containing Dietary Supplement, Caffeine, or Placebo by Young Men and Women. Nutrients. 2015 Nov; 7(11): 9618–9632.
  • MuscleTech Performance Series Nitro Tech Ripped vs. BSN Isoburn

    One of the newest crazes to hit the supplement market is thermogenic protein. Just like the name implies, thermogenic protein has a foundation of muscle building protein, which is supported by fat burning ingredients such as L-Carnitine and Yohimbe. Two of the biggest giants in the industry have grabbed on to the new protein craze: MuscleTech Performance series Nitro Tech Ripped vs. BSN Isoburn. Let's review the pros and cons of both of these brands to see which one has a better thermogenic protein product.

     

    MuscleTech Performance Series Nitro Tech Ripped

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    Pros of MuscleTech Performance Series Nitro Tech Ripped

    MuscleTech isn't messing around when it comes to this thermogenic protein. Right out of the gate, you're getting 30 grams of protein from a unique blend of Whey Peptides, Whey Protein Isolate, and Whey Protein Isolate. This means that MuscleTech is going to be ideal for a post-workout treat. The fast-acting amino acids may help to support recovery, trigger protein synthesis, and promote lean muscle tissue growth. (1-7)

     

    MuscleTech also features a great line-up of some proven fat burning thermogenics. Some of these ingredients have been shown to promote fat loss while boosting your metabolic rate. (8-10) Here's the full list:

     

    • L-Carnitine L-Tartrate
    • CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid)
    • canephora robusta extract (bean) (Robusta Coffee)
    • Green Tea Extract (as Camellia sinensis) (leaf)
    • Rose Hip Extract (as Rosa canina) (fruit)
    • Kelp

     

    Cons of MuscleTech Performance Series Nitro Tech Ripped

    The only issue we have with MuscleTech Performance Series Nitro Tech Ripped is the dosage of some of the thermogenic ingredients is under-dosed. If you look at the study samples and how big of a dose they used to get those results, MuscleTech cuts it a bit short. With that said, this is a protein supplement first and foremost and a weight loss support second. It's like a protein shake with a little boost of fat burning but it's still a protein shake.

     

    BSN Isoburn

    Where can I buy it?

     

    Pros of BSN Isoburn

    Just like MuscleTech, Isoburn from BSN focuses on fast digesting proteins. That means it's going to be ideal after your workout or first thing upon waking. Remember, as we mentioned above, those amino acids from the isolate may help to boost muscle building and recovery.

     

    As to its thermogenic formula, it features a decent line-up of thermogenic compounds:

     

    • Green Coffee Extract
    • Blue-Green Algae Extract
    • Beta-Carotene
    • Pomegranate Extract
    • L-Carnitine Tartrate
    • Choline Bitartrate
    • Banaba Extract

     

    Just like MuscleTech, it's offering plenty of protein for muscle building goals and a select line of thermogenic compounds that may support weight loss.

     

    Cons of BSN Isoburn

    First, BSN doesn't compare with MuscleTech in the gram for gram category. MuscleTech provides 30 grams of protein while BSN is only giving 20 grams.

     

    The bigger problem is the thermogenic formula. Since BSN uses proprietary blends, you have no idea how much of each ingredient you're getting. Considering the blend is only 1 gram, you can rest assured that it won't be much. One way to remedy this would be to double the dose. That would effectively give you twice the protein and fat burning agents but it would also burn through your wallet twice as fast.

     

    Conclusion

    Both brands are great examples of a real thermogenic protein but it's easy to see why we would go with MuscleTech Performance Series Nitro Tech Ripped. It has more protein and more fat burning ingredients than BSN. With that said, BSN Isoburn is still a decent protein that would be a good choice, especially if it was on sale. For a post-workout protein that supports fat burning, try one of these great thermogenic proteins.

     

    References

    1. Phillips SM1, Van Loon LJ. Dietary protein for athletes: from requirements to optimum adaptation. J Sports Sci. 2011;29 Suppl 1:S29-38. doi: 10.1080/02640414.2011.619204.
    1. Tsutsumi R, Tsutsumi YM. Peptides and proteins in whey and their benefits for human health. Austin J Nutri Food Sci 2014;1(1): 1002
    1. Blomstrand E, Eliasson J, Karlsson HK, Köhnke R. Branched-chain amino acids activate key enzymes in protein synthesis after physical exercise. J Nutr. 2006 Jan;136(1 Suppl):269S-73S.
    1. Norton, Layne, Layman, Donald. Leucine Regulates Translation Initiation of Protein Synthesis in Skeletal Muscle after Exercise. J. Nutr. February 2006 vol. 136 no. 2 533S-537S.
    1. Negro M, Giardina S, Marzani B, Marzatico F. Branched-chain amino acid supplementation does not enhance athletic performance but affects muscle recovery and the immune system. J Sports Med Phys Fitness. 2008 Sep;48(3):347-51.
    1. Mourier A, Bigard AX, de Kerviler E, Roger B, Legrand H, Guezennec CY. Combined effects of caloric restriction and branched-chain amino acid supplementation on body composition and exercise performance in elite wrestlers. Int J Sports Med. 1997 Jan;18(1):47-55.
    1. De Lorenzo A, Petroni ML, Masala S, Melchiorri G, Pietrantuono M, Perriello G, Andreoli A. Effect of acute and chronic branched-chain amino acids on energy metabolism and muscle performance. Diabetes Nutr Metab. 2003 Oct-Dec;16(5-6):291-7.
    1. Venables MC, Hulston CJ, Cox HR, Jeukendrup AE. Green tea extract ingestion, fat oxidation, and glucose tolerance in healthy humans. Am J Clin Nutr. 2008 Mar;87(3):778-84.
    1. Brandsch C, Eder K. Effect of L-carnitine on weight loss and body composition of rats fed a hypocaloric diet. Ann Nutr Metab. 2002;46(5):205-10.
    1. Igho Onakpoya, Rohini Terry, and Edzard Ernst. The Use of Green Coffee Extract as a Weight Loss Supplement: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Randomised Clinical Trials. Gastroenterol Res Pract. 2011; 2011: 382852.
  • BSN Cellmass 2.0 vs MuscleTech Cell Tech

    There is no doubt that the nutrients that you put into your body immediately following a workout are going to play a huge role in the results that you see in the mirror. Post-workout nutrition has been the center of attention for supplement companies, resulting in some of the biggest brands dishing out incredibly popular products. When recovery is your goal, you need a supplement designed specifically for repair. Let's review two of the biggest names in the industry, BSN Cellmass 2.0 vs MuscleTech Cell Tech, to see which one is worth the buy.

     

    BSN Cellmass 2.0

    Where can I buy it?BSN Cellmass 2.0

     

    Pros of BSN Cellmass 2.0

    BSN offers an impressive line-up of pre-workout, intra-workout, protein, and many other categories of supplements but what about post-workout? BSN's response to the post-workout need is Cellmass 2.0. This amino-acid focused recovery drink is broken down into three major categories.

     

    Recovery Composite

    • Whey Protein Hydrolysate
    • L-Glutamine
    • Glutamine Peptides

     

    Myogenic Matrix

    • Creatine Monohydrate
    • Creatine HCL
    • Creatine Anhydrous

     

    Insulino Interfusion

    • Taurine
    • Banaba Extract

     

    Your body loves amino acids before, during, and especially following a workout. BSN provides you with a unique amino acid blend from whey protein and glutamine peptides. These amino acids may be able to help support recovery and lean muscle growth. Cellmass 2.0 also has three types of creatine. Creatine is an industry classic that may be able to support cellular energy levels, reduce muscle soreness, and boost performance. (1-7)

     

    Cons of BSN Cellmass 2.0

    Like many companies, BSN uses a proprietary blend. That means, you know what ingredients you're getting but you're not filled in on the dosage of each. This can be problematic because some ingredients only work at a specific dosage and if you're getting less than that dosage, you may not notice any benefit.

     

    The other issue we have with Cellmass 2.0 is the lack of amino acids. Sure, you're getting some whey protein and glutamine peptides but there is a large spectrum of amino acids that BSN could take advantage of and they don't.

     

    MuscleTech Cell Tech

    Where can I buy it?

     

    Pros of MuscleTech Cell Tech

    Cell Tech is an excellent post-workout supplement that has been specifically designed to be used following a workout. First up, you're getting important vitamins along with an electrolyte blend to support recovery. More importantly, Cell Tech gives you the essential amino acids L-Leucine, L-Valine, and L-Isoleucine, which have been suggested in numerous studies to boost recovery, trigger protein synthesis, and support muscle building. Finally, just like with Cellmass, you'll also be getting creatine and taurine. (1-7)

     

    Cons of MuscleTech Cell Tech

    The only issue with Cell Tech is that we would like to see the amount of essential amino acids be higher. You're getting 2 grams of BCAAs, which isn't bad but it could be a lot better for a recovery drink. One simple solution is to double the dose.

     

    Other than the amino acids, the only other issue is the artificial flavouring and colouring but if you're no stranger to supplements, you know it's easier said than done getting away from this.

     

    Conclusion

    Both of these supplements are good but for completely different reasons. Cellmass 2.0 from BSN is more of an intra-workout supplement. Sure, you can definitely benefit from it post-workout but given the formula, we'd suggest using this as an intra-workout supplement. Cell Tech from MuscleTech, on the other hand, is the perfect post-workout drink. It contains the right amino acids, electrolytes, and vitamins for recovery. MuscleTech even threw in Alpha Lipoic Acid as a way to increase fat burning and support your fitness goals.

     

    If you can, we'd suggest buying both. If you have to choose one, think about what's more important to you: intra-workout or post-workout.

     

    References

    1. Tsutsumi R, Tsutsumi YM. Peptides and proteins in whey and their benefits for human health. Austin J Nutri Food Sci 2014;1(1): 1002
    1. Blomstrand E, Eliasson J, Karlsson HK, Köhnke R. Branched-chain amino acids activate key enzymes in protein synthesis after physical exercise. J Nutr. 2006 Jan;136(1 Suppl):269S-73S.
    1. Norton, Layne, Layman, Donald. Leucine Regulates Translation Initiation of Protein Synthesis in Skeletal Muscle after Exercise. J. Nutr. February 2006 vol. 136 no. 2 533S-537S.
    1. Negro M, Giardina S, Marzani B, Marzatico F. Branched-chain amino acid supplementation does not enhance athletic performance but affects muscle recovery and the immune system. J Sports Med Phys Fitness. 2008 Sep;48(3):347-51.
    1. Mourier A, Bigard AX, de Kerviler E, Roger B, Legrand H, Guezennec CY. Combined effects of caloric restriction and branched-chain amino acid supplementation on body composition and exercise performance in elite wrestlers. Int J Sports Med. 1997 Jan;18(1):47-55.
    1. De Lorenzo A, Petroni ML, Masala S, Melchiorri G, Pietrantuono M, Perriello G, Andreoli A. Effect of acute and chronic branched-chain amino acids on energy metabolism and muscle performance. Diabetes Nutr Metab. 2003 Oct-Dec;16(5-6):291-7.
    1. Kreider RB. Effects of creatine supplementation on performance and training adaptations. Mol Cell Biochem. 2003 Feb;244(1-2):89-94.
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