Training Ground EAA


What Is Training Ground EAA?

  • Vegan-Based
  • Enzymatically Fermented
  • Nine Essential Amino Acids
  • For Energy And Metabolism
  • Rapidly Delivered; No Digestion

Why Use Training Ground EAA?

  • Utilizes AminoZorb Technology
  • BCAA Portion Is 2:1:1
  • Protein Synthesis
  • Manufactured By Us – We Control ALL Production

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EAAs – The Best Of Both Worlds

If you like BCAAs, then you’ll love Training Ground EAAs!

Essential Amino Acids (EAAs) are actually nine amino acids the body cannot make on its own.

These include the BCAAs (Leucine, Isoleucine, and Valine), along with Methionine, Lysine, Phenylalanine, Histidine, Threonine, and Tryptophan.

They’re Called Essential For Good Reason

These “Divine 9” aminos are essential to the human body, as they are required for strength and recovery.

Now understand this: BCAAs are the most important for energy production and muscle metabolism.

However, the other essential six play critical roles in growth, recovery, and repair… beyond the capabilities of BCAAs alone!

Already, you should see the major advantages of using Training Ground EAAs over BCAAs alone.

What Does The Research Say About EAAs?

Research suggests that the anabolic response of muscle to EAA ingestion, per gram intake, is markedly greater when compared with traditional proteins such as whey.

Therefore, they represent a more efficient means of stimulating protein synthesis when compared to whey.

EAA's enter the bloodstream more rapidly because they do not require digestion. This accelerates their delivery to skeletal muscles, thus increasing protein synthesis.

So, it only makes sense that you should add Training Ground Essential Amino Acids to your arsenal right now!

1) Ferrando, Arny A., et al. Essential Amino Acids for Muscle Protein Accretion. Strength & Conditioning Journal: February 2010, Vol. 32, Issue 1, 87-92. Hackney, Kyle J., et al. 2) Timing Protein Intake Increases Energy Expenditure 24 h After Resistance Training. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise: May 2010, Vol. 42, Issue 5, 998-1003.