These muscle recovery supplement stacks are for those supplements that accelerate the rate of recovery after a workout and include supplements that reduce delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) and help with self-perceived readiness for a workout.
The supplements mentioned in these stacks are not necessarily muscle builders. However, they do allow more work to be conducted and thus achieve leaner muscle mass over the time.
Citrulline (malate) has been noted to reduce soreness when measured two days after a workout by 40%, and this is despite increasing the amount of work that could be conducted during the testing session.
The dose of 8 g citrulline malate appears to be able to enhance recovery rates (both during a workout and the next few days after a workout).
L-Carnitine-L-Tartrate has repeatedly been demonstrated to reduce soreness and biomarkers of muscle damage when taken prior to a power workout (sprinting or weightlifting).
Forms such as GPLC or ALCAR should still be effective, too.
3 g of the HMB (B-Hydroxy-B Methybutyrate) as free acid taken 15-30 minutes before a workout can reduce the amount of muscle damage measured over the next few days and improve percieved readiness to again work out.
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