Sports nutrition necessarily includes products rich in creatine (pork, beef, tuna, etc.) This chemical element is able to synthesize the protein needed for muscle growth. In addition, it slows the appearance of lactic acids in the body, thus significantly increasing the body’s endurance. The
use of this substance should be monitored by the doctor of the sports section in which you are engaged. For creatine to bring maximum benefit, it is taken in two-phase mode. For starters, creatine is taken in small doses for about seven days, after a doctor’s examination, a verdict is given on whether continued intake is possible. The duration of a similar phase is two to three months, and gradually you will have to take less and less creatine. Then you need to take a break of two to three weeks in order to ensure that the body is rested from the substance. After consultation with your doctor, you can take creatine again.
In addition to creatine, athletes have a protein that is 90% composed of a protein that positively affects muscle growth in the body. It is present in large quantities in meat, eggs, milk, potatoes, cereals and vegetables. But when training is most often used a special serum consisting of protein and milk.
Only amino acids can compete with protein in the body. They can usually only be assigned to an athlete by a coach. You can purchase them at any pharmacy where they are sold as capsules.
Various complexes made of vitamins and minerals are also assigned to sports nutrition. Specific importance, according to trainers, should be given to vitamin C, as it acts not only as an immune-supporting substance, but also a tissue reducer of ligaments and muscles.