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5 bennifits of nitric oxide and body building

Nitric oxide bennifits

  1. Erectile Dysfunction
  2. Muscle Soreness
  3. Blood Pressure
  4. Exercise Performance
  5. Diabetes
    Side Effects
    Bottom Line
    Nitric oxide is produced by nearly every type of cell in the human body and one of the most important molecules for blood vessel health.
It’s a vasodilator, meaning it relaxes the inner muscles of your blood vessels, causing the vessels to widen. In this way, nitric oxide increases blood flow and lowers blood pressure.

Supplements that increase nitric oxide in the body make up one of the most popular supplement categories today.

These supplements don’t contain nitric oxide itself. However, they contain compounds that your body can use to make nitric oxide and have been shown to provide many benefits for health and performance.

Here are 5 health and performance benefits of taking nitric oxide supplements.

  1. ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION
  2. Help Treat Erectile Dysfunction
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    Erectile dysfunction (ED) is the inability to achieve or maintain an erection firm enough for sex (1).
L-citrulline is an amino acid that may help treat erectile dysfunction by increasing the production of nitric oxide (2).

Nitric oxide is needed for the muscles in the penis to relax. This relaxation allows chambers inside the penis to fill with blood so the penis becomes erect (3).

In one study, L-citrulline was found to improve erection hardness in 12 men with mild erectile dysfunction (4).

Researchers concluded that L-citrulline was less effective than prescription drugs used to treat ED, such as Viagra. Nevertheless, L-citrulline proved to be safe and well tolerated.

Two other nitric-oxide-boosting supplements have been shown to treat erectile dysfunction — the amino acid L-arginine and Pycnogenol, a plant extract from the pine...
To macro, or not to macro? That is the question I pose.

But first, what does "to macro" mean? "To macro" means tracking the number of grams of protein, carbohydrates, and fats you consume on a particular day. Bodybuilders and physique competitors have mastered this art and have no qualms about whipping out their food scale at any given moment. For the rest of us, it means going out and buying a scale, taking the time to do the measurements and calculations, and perhaps most imposing of all, setting aside the mental bandwidth to actually care about the results.

So should you do it? It depends.

There are benefits and drawbacks to either path. I have tried both, and depending on my fitness goals at the time, I have found success with both. The key is to determine which method best suits you and is the most sustainable. If you're in a position where you're not sure whether it's worth losing sleep over your nutrition intake, allow me to lay it out for you. I've sketched a number of possible scenarios below, and your job is to align yourself with the one that best suits you.

Let me remind you, however, that you absolutely must be patient and consistent with whatever path you choose. Flip-flopping back and forth between tracking and not tracking your macros will put you on the fast track to nowhere.

When To Macro
Situation 1. You're Lean, But You Want To Be Leaner
If this is you, then you should know that even small variations in nutrition intake can mean the difference between dropping those last few pounds of stubborn fat or standing still.

I'm 5-foot-2, and my weight likes to fluctuate between two and five pounds on a day-to-day basis. Even just a few hundred calories can tip me over the line from caloric deficit to maintenance mode, and that would be frustrating if I were only one belt notch away...
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Training to failure almost sounds like a self-defeating plan. Who wants to “fail” all the time, right? A lot of people.

See, in bodybuilding, training to failure means doing so many reps that you physically can’t complete anything more. The objective is to induce the most possible muscle growth by pumping maximum blood to the area.

To be fair, opponents of training to failure claim it will tire your nervous system, increase injury risk, wreck recovery, and beat your body to death. These reactions can occur in a beginner, which is why those new to training to failure should start out with a predetermined set/rep scheme, and stick to it. Novices tend to slack off and use poor technique in an effort to train to failure all the time, which kills progress and could result in injury.

But for someone who has been training with proper technique for multiple years, training to failure can have lots of benefits: boosting strength levels, crushing plateaus, and getting the ultimate pump. By doing as many reps as possible with a given weight, you create an enormous stimulus for growth.

Training to failure increases motor unit activation and the secretion of muscle-building hormones, like HGH and testosterone, compared to conventional methods, according to a 2007 Journal of Strength and Conditioning Researchstudy. AMRAP strengthens your mind, too: Without a definitive stopping point, you’ll work harder than you could ever imagine.

But how do you avoid serious injuries if you go “all out”? AMRAP isn’t an invitation for ugly technique; it’s as many as possible while maintaining great form. The instant your form deteriorates, stop. Your motor control and...
14 Laws of Fat Burning

1) Eat Less, Stupid
Step one in burning fat revolves around simple math. You have to eat fewer calories than the body is accustomed to in order to drop body fat. When a calorie short fall is created, the body responds by digging into body fat reserves to make up the difference. Presto; you become leaner. All other laws aside, this one heads the list every time, no matter what dietary approach you take. The easiest way to control calories is to eliminate excess dietary fat. That means no butter, oils, salad dressings (fat free is ok) – skin on chicken, substitute egg whites for whole eggs, get off whole milk dairy products and ditch the marbled red meats.
2) Curtail Carbohydrates

Though calorie control is a must, hormonal control is nearly as important. Hormones, coupled with calories, govern fat burning. Control fat storing hormones and expect to ramp up fat burning and experience better results. The ideal way to suppress fat storing hormones is to control your carb intake because carbs kick up insulin, a hormone that inhibits fat breakdown. Eat less carbs and insulin levels tend to moderate leaving you free to burn more body fat. The common sense approach includes “halfing” your carb portions. If you tend to eat a large bagel for breakfast, eat a smaller one. If you eat a couple cups of pasta for dinner, just eat one. In time, you’ll see the effects of insulin control.

3) Stress Protein

Is a calorie truly a calorie? I guess so, but how different types affect your body and your results throws a monkey-wrench into that concept. Here’s why. Dietary fat is more “fattening” than protein or carbs because it is less likely to be used for something in the bodybuilding world. Carbs? Though they potentially make you fat, they directly fuel your training. Protein? That’s a no-brainer. It builds muscle. Fat? Hmm. It does neither. Not to say it is not needed at all. In small amounts it supports vitamin absorption and helps manufacture...
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Here cycle is now
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20 mg anavar Ed split
100 mg npp week
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How much protein strength athletes need on their non-training days
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If you do strength training several days a week you’ll still need about 1.7 g protein per kg bodyweight on the days you don’t train. And if you want to be completely certain of getting enough protein you can jack that up to 2.2 g protein, report Canadian sports scientists in the Journal of Nutrition.

Study
The researchers gave men aged 18-40, who had been doing strength training for at least three years and worked out at least four times a week, different amounts of protein on different occasions during their non-training day. Part of the amino acid phenylalanine that the participants got was labelled so that the researchers could measure from their breath the amount of phenylalanine the men burned.

The body cannot store amino acids. It uses them to build tissue and burns the amino acids that it doesn’t need. Because the body needs amino acids in a fixed ratio for building tissue it’s possible to see whether an organism is consuming enough protein by looking at how much of a specific amino acid is being burned.

That’s a short description of the indicator amino acid oxidation technique as it’s called. [J Nutr. 2008 Feb;138(2):243-6.] The researchers used this technique for their strength athletes.

Results
The oxidation of phenylalanine was at its lowest point at a daily protein intake of 1.7 g per kg bodyweight for the average participant. The oxidation of phenylalanine did not decrease any more at a higher protein intake. That means that at a daily protein intake of 1.7 g per kg bodyweight the average participant consumed all amino acids that are necessary for tissue build up.

That’s for the average participant. The protein intake was optimal for all participants when 2.2 g protein per kg bodyweight was consumed.

Conclusion
“Our indicator amino acid oxidation data are consistent with earlier nitrogen balance findings that suggest that chronic strength training...
Make a Nutrition Plan:
It’s important to understand that if you’re not eating and drinking properly, your body won’t be able to deal with the stress and exhaustion. All the exercising in the world won’t achieve anythingif you don’t control your nutritional intake alongside it.
So you have to be aware of the number of calories you burn vs. the calories you consume. And the calories consumed must be from healthy sources; in a proper balance of proteins, fats, and carbohydrates.Make sure to focus on all sorts of meat, because to gain muscle mass;meat is a must.
Another important thing to keep in mind is that the timing of the meals matters too. So you should eat2 hours before your exercise and within 2 hours after your exercise.

Organize Your Workout:
How can you reach your goal if you’re not even clear on what your goal exactly is? Get yourself organized and figure out what you’re going to be doing on what day, and for how long too. Each exercise deserves a specific time to be allotted to it, and you cannot just aimlessly do whatever you want to whenever you want to. If you have an aim, you need a step by step structured plan on how to reach that aim.

Hereare some of the things you should make sure your plan has:

  • Your training should be consistent; that means no skipping any exercises, ever.
  • Work hard and often on exercises that address your entire body.
  • However, don’t just stick to exercises for the entire body; incorporate exercises that are specifically designed for the goal you’re trying to achieve.
  • Do not maintain the same level of difficulty; slowly go on increasing the exercise prescriptions, e.g. increase the time of the exercise, the number of weights, etc.

Stick to Cardio:
Many people believe that if they’re doing specific exercises to gain muscle in specific areas, then there isn’t any need for cardioanymore. Wrong! While cardio might not be the front-runner in the list of exercises...