BCAA’s: Essential or Simply Overrated?
BCAA’s are marketed as an essential supplement to support your training. But should you believe the hype?
I’ve spent thousands of pounds on a whole host of supplements over the years. Not just BCAA’s, but a myriad of different products. After all that wasted time and money, I finally feel I’m able to separate what works from what’s just marketing hype. And I’m going to share some of that knowledge with you in this article.
Honestly, I wish I could’ve done it quicker. If I’d have known what I know now, my physique would be much more developed. And there’d be a few more notes in my wallet as well.
And that’s the fundamental reason why I wanted to write this article.
Essentially, I don’t want you to make the same mistakes I did.
I’ve no doubt you work hard in the gym. You want to maximise all your efforts and turn every set and every rep into gains. Be that muscle growth or fat loss. And that’s perfectly natural.
But the honest truth is that filling your cupboards with every pill, potion, and powder on the market isn’t going to bring you the results you hope for.
As a natural weight lifter you’re always looking for marginal gains. Especially if you’ve been lifting for a couple of years. Because that extra bit of width on the shoulders or that added thickness in your back is harder and harder to come by with each passing year.
You’re maxing out your training in the gym and your diet is consistently on point. So now you look to the added boost that supplements can give you.
But how do you know what works and what doesn’t?
So let’s get down into the detail of today’s article and lift the lid on BCAAs. And let’s see whether they should be on your shopping list or banished for good.