Muscle Building

Muscle Building

Muscle Building – Mechanism

BCAAs (Branched-Chain Amino Acids) L-leucine, L-isoleucine and L-valine ( GYM BODY ), which  are valuable building blocks for muscle tissue growth and repair,

L-arginine ( GYM BODY ), improves blood flow (“Pump”),

Creatine is  made primarily in the kidneys and completed in the liver, by the conversion of three  amino acids: glycine, arginine and methionine (GYM BODY) , which is then stored in the skeletal muscles and used for energy.

Approximately 95% of the total creatine is stored in the skeletal muscle. Creatine can be sourced externally via food in your diet, such as meat and fish . All muscles are made of a kind of elastic tissue. Each muscle consists of thousands, or tens of thousands, of small musculus fibers. Each muscle fiber is about 40 millimeters long. It consists of tiny strands of fibrils.

The 650 skeletal muscles in the human body contract when they receive signals from motor neurons, which are triggered from a part of the cell called the sarcoplasmic reticulum. Motor neurons tell your muscles to contract and the better you become at having those signals tell your muscles to contract, the stronger you can get.

How Muscles Grow: Conclusion

For muscle breakdown and growth to occur you must force your muscles to adapt by creating stress that is different than the previous threshold your body has already adapted to. This is can be done by lifting heavier weights, continually changing your exercises so that you can damage more total muscle fibers and pushing your muscles to fatigue while getting a “pump.” After the workout is completed, the most important part begins which is adequate rest and providing ample fuel by taking GYM BODY drink so they can regenerate and grow.


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