Intra/Post Recovery Stack. 12:1:1 Leucine Loaded. Advanced rapid releasing muscle protein synthesizer. Banned substance free. Leucine, 5g Glutamine. No fillers, no dyes, great taste, gluten free. The 3 BCAAs (Branched Chain Amino Acids). Leucine – the muscle building phenom. Leucine is by far the most powerful of the 3 BCAAs as it cannot convert to energy. This muscle building superstaris strictly ketogenic, so it is used to trigger muscle protein synthesis (growth). Isoleucine – Essential Amino Acid. Isoleucine while essential, is both glucogenic and ketogenic, and can be converted to glucose for energy during your workout. Valine – Essential Amino Acid. Valine while essential, is strictly glucogenic and can be converted to glucose for energy during your workout. Glutamine – clinical dose to 5g. glutamine makes up approximately 605 of muscle tissue, it has been shown to act as a powerful muscle cell volumizer, stimulate protein synthesis and decrease muscle protein loss.
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Serious spinal injures are usually caused by axial forces due to blows on the head, or bending and twisting forces on the back caused by blows to the shoulders, hips and other parts of the body. In the Cambridge Standard for Motorcyclists Clothing, Roderick Woods asserts that the majority of spinal injuries are caused by blows to the hip and shoulders. In the rare circumstance that a motorcyclist received a direct blow to the back, the damage would be unmitigable by armor. The concept of a "back protector" is therefore not endorsed by Woods. Although back protectors, as defined in the standard, cannot protect against axial forces they are required to protect the scapula and there is now considerable anecdotal evidence that wearing a certified back protector can significantly reduce trauma in a major accident as they reduce the effect of impacts on the ribs and lessen the blows to internal organs too.