Bodybuilding drugs can help you to make the most out of our time at the gym… and most importantly, make the most out of your recovery days. Otherwise known as – where all the action takes place. Whether you are a newbie to the world of bodybuilding or are a seasoned vet looking for a new M.O. Here are four bodybuilding drugs that you need to know and what they can do to help you meet your goals in and out of the gym…
BCAA (Branch Chain Amino Acids)
Branch chain amino acids help to aid in muscle recovery and, some say, may even boost your energy levels. What’s great about BCAAs is that not only are they proven effect in helping you to get the most out of downtime, but most products with BCAAs contain zero carbs, making them a good choice for supplementing while also watching your waistline. Win/win.
HGH (Human Growth Hormone)
Human Growth Hormone is the special component that is responsible for growth spurts in teenagers. However, recently, it has been touted for its potential to keep skin youthful, energy levels up and muscle growing strong. While it has been around in the manufactured form in the bodybuilding world longer than other industries, the beauty industry is also catching on and citing HGH as an anti-aging remedy.
Found in raw fish and meats, you would have to consume gross (and we do mean gross) amounts of raw meat and fish to obtain the amount of creatine that is in just one teaspoon of creatine powder. Creatine is a muscle booster with minimal side effects. The most common being a little water bloating.
One of the most commonly recognized of bodybuilding drugs, prohormones promotes lean muscle mass and weight loss. They are also responsible for providing you with more stamina and energy to complete harder, longer workouts. If you opt to try these drugs, remember to always take them with a healthy respect for their potency. They are very safe for healthy people when taken as directed.
No matter how ambitious your diet or lifts, supplements can help you to achieve the results that you want faster while also helping you to maintain the progress that you have already created. Whether you are the new guy on the block or have become THE block, to see change, you have to constantly support a change in you.