Every athlete knows about the benefits of protein for gaining muscle mass. An experienced athlete understands that it is difficult to achieve the desired effect by training alone and a diet based on protein foods. Protein supplements are needed to accelerate the transformation process and achieve the desired shape. But, what is the best protein for gaining muscle mass, how to take it and what effect can be achieved with it, we will analyze in this article.
Our online store for health and sports has existed for more than 10 years and occupies one of the leading places in the field of sports nutrition and health supplements. During this time, our company has done a lot of work to improve the service of our customers, as well as tried to make our website as convenient as possible. We cooperate with the best and proven companies, there are a large number of names of various additives in our stores.
Our company sells sports nutrition and accessories!
Our store is primarily focused on people who love and play sports!
But also for people far from sports there is something to offer (vitamins, fish oil, healthy goodies).
We are a small team of enthusiasts for whom sport is a part of life, no, we are not professional athletes, but we love sports!
And we know how sports supplements help!
The store's policy is primarily aimed at the availability of sports nutrition, we do not specifically inflate prices, our margin is minimal!
We do not make a store for the shaft of sales, it is more designed for those who are in the subject. And as practice has shown, the number of such people is growing every day!
All top brands and not only are represented in our store, we try to carefully select suppliers and manufacturers.
It's a hobby for us, we train ourselves and eat supplements! We like to be in this atmosphere.
We welcome absolutely everyone! And we try to do our job well, our internal, unspoken charter "Treat people the way you want to be treated"
In order to meet the necessary energy requirements for daily training and the competition situation and to support recovery after the load, the athletic organism must be supplied with sufficient energy. The energy intake with food (and drink) is like the gasoline for athletic performance. It is obvious that everyday training and competition increase the energy requirement in general, depending on the type, duration and intensity of the sporting activity. Accordingly, the food and drink should be adapted to this specific need.
The three main energy-supplying nutrients in our diet are carbohydrates, fats and proteins (proteins). All three can be fed to the body in an ideal way, as shown, for example, in the sports nutrition pyramid.