Blog filter by EAA

Why EAAs are Essential for Recovery | GAT SPORT

Why EAAs are Essential for Recovery

When you think of recovery in the sense of muscles, what comes to mind? Muscle soreness? Muscle growth? Nutrient replenishment? All of the above? When it comes to exercise, recovery is a necessary response to tearing down muscle fibers and using up key nutrients that allow muscles to function properly and efficiently. Should the muscle not recover properly, it can lead to deficiencies within the muscle, which can then lead to issues in performance and the possibility of muscle catabolism. That’s where EAAs come into the equation.

5 Benefits of Supplementing with EAAs | GAT SPORT

5 Benefits of Supplementing with EAAs

Right now, there is a massive push for EAAs (essential amino acids), and while many have jumped on the bandwagon, some are still a little skeptical. For those who are unsure whether or not they want to include EAAs in their supplement regimen, this article will showcase five benefits that you can achieve through their use.
EAAs 101: Why All Nine Essential Amino Acids Are Important | GAT SPORT

EAAs 101: Why All Nine Essential Amino Acids Are Important

Amino acids… they’re nothing new, right?  In fact, you’ve probably been using them for years now.  The only problem is, most people only put their focus on three which are the BCAAs (branched-chain amino acids).  BCAAs are made up of leucine, isoleucine, and valine and while BCAAs definitely serve a purpose, if you want the best bang for your buck, you’re going to want to put your focus on all nine of the EAAs (essential amino acids).  EAAs are made up of all three BCAAs with the addition of histidine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, and tryptophan.
BACK TO TOP