Amino Iron Women GN Laboratories

Amino Iron Women - GN Laboratories

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The perfect amino acid blend for increased energy, increased muscle endurance, increased pump, accelerated exercise recovery and maximum muscle protein synthesis, which will take your workout and your progress the next level!

: GN Laboratories

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: 250g

: Complex

23 G-Points
  • 16,90 €

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    The perfect amino acid blend for increased energy, increased muscle endurance, increased pump, accelerated exercise recovery and maximum muscle protein synthesis, which will take your workout and your progress the next level!

    Product Highlights:

    • Increased protein synthesis for an accelerated fat free muscle growth
    • Maximizes the blood flow to your hard working muscles for a maximum supply of oxygen, urgently needed nutrients and anabolic hormones
    • Increased exercise performance for virtually all types of strength and endurance athletes
    • Delays the onset of muscle fatigue for more heavy reps per set and longer and more intense workouts
    • Optimizes and accelerates the recovery between sets and post-workout
    • Reduced of muscle soreness after your workout
    • Protects your fat-free muscle mass from a breakdown during diet and contest preparation
    • Suitable for vegetarians and vegans
    • Transforms an exercise-induced catabolic environment rapidly into an anabolic environment that promotes recovery and muscle growth
    • Only 28 kcal per serving
    • Delicious taste

    Ironwomen Womens Aminos is a unique amino acid product that will take your workouts, your muscle growth and your post-workout recovery to the next level. The amino acid matrix contained in Ironwomen Womens Aminos combines the most interesting and effective amino acids with scientifically proven benefits in an innovative product, that coves all aspects of training and muscle growth. But what aspects do we talk about? Here is a brief overview:

    Increased workout energy and delayed onset of fatigue and exhaustion

    The BCAAs contained in Ironwomen Womens Aminos can be metabolised directly in your muscles and therefore increase your muscle energy, while they protect your muscle glycogen stores from a depletion. In addition to this, they counteract an accumulation of lactic acid, which is responsible for the onset of muscle fatigue.
    When it comes to delaying the onset of fatigue, the BCAAs are synergistically supported by beta-alanine. Beta-alanine can significantly increase the levels of the most potent natural intramuscular acid buffer named carnosine by up to 80%. This results in a marked increase in muscle endurance and a delayed onset of muscle fatigue.
    Further support comes from taurine, which can delay the onset of fatigue, increase the maximum workload and increase the VO2max, while maintaining an optimum hydration of the muscle cells and optimum electrolyte levels in the body.
    All of this means that you can perform more intense repetitions per set and more sets per workout, which means that you will reach your goals faster. These benefits of Ironwomen Womens Aminos are more or less independent of the type of workout you perform and therefore Ironwomen Womens Aminos are perfectly suited for all types of strength and endurance athletes of all disciplines.

    Increased protein synthesis

    The BCAAs - especially leucine - and l-citrulline can stimulate and increase the muscle protein synthesis, which is equivalent to a faster muscle growth. In addition to this the included L-lysine ensures sufficiently high lysine levels in the body, which are important for your muscle growth, as a lysine deficiency can inhibit the muscle protein synthesis. These effects are most pronounced post-workout. In addition to this taking Ironwomen Womens Aminos between meals can also significantly increase your muscle protein synthesis during the day and thereby accelerate your progresses and your recovery.

    A More intense pump during your workouts

    The citrulline contained in Ironwomen Womens Aminos increases in combination with beta-alanine, which is a precursor of the enzyme required for the production of nitric oxide, the production of nitric oxide (NO) in the body, resulting in a widening of your blood vessels and an increased blood flow to your hard working muscles. An increased blood flow to your muscles results in a more intense pump during your workout.

    Accelerated recovery during and after your workouts

    The increased blood flow to your muscles results not only in a more intense pump during your workout, but also in an increased supply of oxygen, urgently needed nutrients and anabolic hormones for your hard working muscles. As a result, your recovery will be significantly accelerated between sets as well as post workout. This can result in significantly shorter rest periods between sets as well as a shorter recovery time needed between two workouts. In other words, you can perform more sets per workout and more workouts within a given time period and therefore set an intense stimulus for faster increases in strength and fat free muscle mass more frequently. In addition to this, l-citrulline will significantly reduce muscle soreness after your workouts. The BCAAs also contribute to this, as they will rapidly transform an exercise-induced catabolic environment into an anabolic environment, while maximizing your muscle protein synthesis for maximum fat free muscle gains and an accelerated recovery. At the same time, BCAAs will rapidly reduce an exercise-induced increase of catabolic cortisol levels. In addition to this, taurine acts as a highly effective antioxidant that will rapidly neutralize free radicals during exercise, which can damage your muscle cells and slow down your recovery. This ensures that your post-workout recovery will not be unnecessarily delayed.

    Anti-catabolic protection of your hard earned fat free mass post-workout and during diet & contest preparation, as well as effective fat loss support

    The scientifically well documented anticatabolic effects of BCAAs, taurine and lysine can effectively protect your muscles from an unwanted breakdown after an intense workout as well as during diet and contest preparation. This is especially important for intensively exercising women, as they usually have less muscle mass than their male counterparts. In addition to this, Ironwomen Womens Aminos can support fat loss during a diet, as taurine increases the burning of fat during exercise, and lysine is an important precursor for the production of l-carnitine in the human body. The amino acid l-carnitine is needed for the transport of fatty acids into the mitochondria, where these fatty acids are burned for energy. Without sufficient amounts of l-carnitine, any fat loss will severely be impaired.

    What are the best times to take Ironwomen Womens Aminos

    • In the morning, immediately after getting up, Ironwomen Womens Aminos can transform the catabolic environment created during the nightly fast into an anabolic, muscle building environment and provide you with additional energy for the start of your day.
    • Between meals Ironwomen Womens Aminos can increase the protein synthesis and thus accelerate your muscle growth as well as prevent a breakdown of muscle protein during a diet.
    • Taken before exercising, Ironwomen Womens Aminos can increase your workout energy, increase the pump during your workout, and increase the blood flow to your working muscles.
    • During your workout, Ironwomen Womens Aminos can promote your recovery between sets and prevent an exercise-induced catabolic environment.
    • Post-Workout, Ironwomen Womens Aminos can rapidly transform an exercise -induced catabolic environment into an anabolic environment and significantly accelerate your post-workout recovery

    The Womens Amino Blend:

    BCAAs

    The branched-chain amino acids l-leucine, l-isoleucine and l-valine, which are also known as BCAAs, are essential amino acids, the body can not produce itself. Therefore they must be supplied via food or in form of supplements. Approximately 35% of all BCAAs occurring in the human body are stored in the skeletal muscles. Since BCAAs are the only amino acids that can be metabolised directly in the muscle and be used for supplying energy during hard workouts, the body uses up larger amounts of BCAAs during exercise. This results in a marked reduction of the BCAA levels in your muscles and a catabolic environment promoting a breakdown of muscle protein. If no BCAAs are consumed post-workout, the replenishment of your BCAA stores can take several hours, resulting in a severely impaired post-workout recovery.

    But the benefits of BCAAs are not limited to promoting and accelerating your recovery during and post-workout. Increased BCAA levels can also help in preserving your muscle glycogen stores during exercise and reduce the build-up of lactic acid. This will significantly delay the onset of muscle fatigue and you will be able to exercise harder for a longer time. In addition, the included BCAAs can accelerate your muscle growth and effectively prevent a catabolic breakdown of muscle tissue. This is due to the fact that the three branched-chain amino acids - in particular leucine - are capable of significantly increasing the protein synthesis by activating the mTor pathway. Clinical studies have also shown that BCAAs can rapidly reduce elevated catabolic cortisol levels post-workout and restore an anabolic environment. Taken between meals, BCAAs can stimulate your muscle protein synthesis and thereby accelerate your muscle growth all day long. BCAAs also provide valuable support during diet and contest preparation as they can counteract an otherwise almost inevitable diet-induced catabolic breakdown of muscle tissue and thus prevent a loss of your hard earned muscle mass.

    Beta Alanine

    Beta-alanine is a naturally occurring, non-essential amino acid which can also be produced in the human body to a limited extent from the amino acid alanine. Beta alanine is needed as precursor for the synthesis of carnosine. Carnosine is the strongest intracellular acid buffer in the skeletal muscles, and beta-alanine is the limiting factor for the production of carnosin. The more beta-alanine is present in the body, the more carnosine will be produced. In fact, it has been shown that a beta-alanine supplementation can increase the muscle carnosine levels by up to 80%. But why are high muscle carnosine levels so important? During intensive workouts an accumulation of lactic acid will occur, which lowers the pH value within your muscles. The more the pH value is shifted to the acidic range, the more the contraction capacity of your working muscles will decrease, until you reach a point of muscle failure, caused by a too low ph value. High muscle carnosine levels can effectively counteract this hyperacidity by acting as an acid buffer and thus significantly delay the onset of muscle fatigue. In other words, you can perform more repetitions per set and generate a stronger stimulus for increases in strength and muscle mass. The beauty of beta-alanine is that it can increase your muscle endurance during anaerobic strength workouts and during aerobic endurance training. Furthermore, beta-alanine is a precursor of the enzyme nitric oxide synthase, which is responsible for the production of nitric oxide (NO) from arginine. This means that beta-alanine can further increase the production of nitric oxide, which is stimulated by the citrulline contained in Ironwomen Womens Aminos.

    L-Citrulline

    L-citrulline is an amino acid naturally occurring in the human body and one of the most effective nitric oxide boosters available on the market. L-citrulline increases the production of nitric oxide by means of the so-called l-arginine – nitric oxide synthase –nitric oxide pathway. Interestingly, it has been shown that taken orally l-citrulline increases the l-arginine levels in the body to a greater extent than orally ingested L-arginine. You may wonder how this is possible. The answer is that orally consumed arginine is largely metabolised in the liver after it has been consumed and will therefore be destroyed, before it can enter the blood stream, while orally ingested citrulline passes the liver intact and is then converted into arginine in the kidneys. An increase in nitric oxide produced by l-citrulline results in a relaxation of the smooth muscle tissue of the blood vessels, which leads to widening of your veins. This in turn results in an increased blood flow to your working muscles. An increased blood supply to the working muscles leads to a more intense pump during your workout and increases the supply of oxygen, important nutrients and anabolic hormones for your working muscles. This can delay the onset of fatigue during your workout and accelerate your post-workout recovery as well as promote gains of strength and muscle mass. And as if all this were not enough, scientific research has shown that citrulline can reduce muscle soreness after your workout and increase your post-workout muscle protein synthesis. The latter is equivalent to faster lean muscle gains.

    L-Lysine

    L-lysine is an essential amino acid the body can not produce by itself and therefore has to be consumed in for of food or supplements. Although there is not as much hype about lysine in the field of sports and bodybuilding as with other amino acids, lysine is nevertheless an important amino acid for hard-working athletes and bodybuilders. Lysine plays an essential role in the creation and maintenance of your muscle tissue. In fact, scientific studies have shown that low levels of lysine in the body can lead to a significant reduction in protein synthesis, resulting in impaired muscle gains and an impaired post-workout recovery. Conversely, higher levels of lysine promote the creation/reconstruction of muscle tissue and thus accelerate the post-workout recovery process.
    Lysine is also essential for other important processes in the human body. The human body needs lysine and vitamin C for the production of the amino acid l-carnitine, which is essential for the metabolism of body fat and is involved in the regulation of oxygen supply to the muscles. This means that your body burns fat more efficiently and can supply your muscles with more urgently needed oxygen.
    In addition, it has been shown that lysine reduces the rate of protein degradation within the human body and possesses anticatabolic properties. This is particularly important post-workout, when it comes to transforming an exercise-induced catabolic environment, which promotes a breakdown of muscle tissue, into an anabolic, environment, promoting post-workout recovery and fat free muscle gains, as fast as possible. This results in a faster and better post-workout recovery and faster lean muscle gains.
    This anticatabolic effect is also crucial during a calorie-reduced diet or during contest prepatration when it comes to preventing a diet-related breakdown of muscle tissue and protecting your hard earned muscle mass.

    L-Traurine

    L-taurine is a nonessential, sulfur-containing amino acid, which naturally occurs in food and can also be produced by the body itself. L-taurine is involved in a variety of important bodily processes and is essential for the function of the cardiovascular system, the nervous system and the skeletal muscles. Taurine is present in the skeletal muscles in higher concentrations and it has been shown that a reduction of the muscle taurine levels, as it occurs during a hard workout, can significantly reduce the performance of your muscles. On the other hand, a taurine supplementation before your workout can delay the onset of exhaustion, increase the maximum workload, and increase the VO2max, resulting in a significantly improved exercise performance. In addition, taurine promotes the cell hydration and stabilizes the levels of electrolytes in the blood during exercise. At the same time taurine can increasing the fat loss during your workout.
    Taurine also acts as an effective antioxidant that neutralizes free radicals, which are naturally produced during your workout, before these can damage your muscle cells and the DNA of the cells of your body. This will promote your exercise performance and your post-workout recovery. But this is not the only mechanism for promoting and accelerating your post-workout recovery. Taurine protects the BCAAs in the skeletal muscles from a catabolic degradation and also modulates the insulin pathway, resulting in an improved transport of important nutrients into your exhausted muscles. Interestingly, studies have shown that taurine can interact synergistically with the BCAAs contained in Ironwomen Womens Aminos. A combination of taurine and BCAAS could accelerate your post-workout recovery more efficiently and reduce muscle soreness better than taurine or BCAAs alone

    The GN Laboratories guarantee of quality

    We use only the purest ingredients of the highest possible quality, the market has to offer. In order to guarantee you the same high quality standards of all our products, each of our products is regularly third party laboratory tested for purity and quality of all its ingredients.

    Stir 2 tablespoons Ironwoman Womens Aminos into 300 ml of water and drink this mixture before, during or after your workout.

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