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Monday, September 23, 2019

BBcom Featuring: Texas Heat Back Workout for Mass | Guy Cisternino and The Best Way to Use BCAAs




Fresh off a great comeback to competition post burns and double shoulder surgery competing in Chicago pro Guy Cisternino keeps the momentum going working towards an Olympia qualification. 

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Here Guy trains back at the massive Metroflex gym in Ft worth Texas known as The Castle. Owner Rendy Delacruz, explains that the massive space that is now the biggest metroflex gym in the world, complete with strongman implements, crossfit cages, powerlifting platforms and MMA octagon used to be a bomb factory during WWII. 

 | IFBB ProGuy Cisternino's Texas Heat Back Workout | 
1. Lat pulldowns: 4 sets 10-15 reps (pyramid up in weight each set) 
2. Nautlius Machine Pullovers: 4 sets 10-15 reps (pyramid up in weight each set) 
3. Deadlifts: 2 warms ups, 3 pyramided sets up to 405lbs 
4. Unilateral Hammer Row: 4 sets of 10-15 reps 
5. Underhand Grip Machine Pulldowns: 4 sets of 10 reps 
6. Neutral Grip Pull downs: 4 sets of 10 -15 reps

The Best Way to Use BCAAs

Get the best results possible from your BCAA supplement by knowing the ideal amino acid ratio, how much to take, and when to take it.

The Best Way to Use BCAAs

Branched-chain amino acids are all the rage these days, even though their benefits have long been known: They increase energy, blunt fatigue, drive muscle growth, aid fat loss, boost brain power, and even extend life. The three BCAAs are leucine, isoleucine, and valine. Leucine is the MVP when it comes to boosting muscle protein synthesis, particularly after exercise. Valine is the MVP before workouts, as it's directly responsible for blunting fatigue via a mechanism in the brain. Isoleucine, another essential amino acid (like the other two BCAAs), is involved in muscle tissue repair and may even help increase energy levels.
In other words, it's not enough just to supplement with leucine. You need all three BCAAs to maximize the benefits.
Here's how to use BCAAs to their maximum effect to get the best gains in muscle size—and the greatest bang for your supplement buck. Keep reading..............

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