However, it’s very difficult to stay anabolic for long periods of time because our bodies fight us every step of the way. Thanks to thousands of years of human evolution, building muscle takes time. In fact, our bodies prefer to be in neutral state – neither too anabolic or too catabolic. Have you noticed when you first started working out that you got stronger before you got bigger? From an evolutionary perspective, if you lift something once, your muscles won’t grow. This is because growing muscles and stimulating muscle protein synthesis requires a lot of energy from our cells. However, the repeated stress when regularly lifting weights, will signal the body to eventually adapt and grow.
In a groundbreaking study, subjects who consumed 2000 mg of DL-185™ found in Peptide 185™ demonstrated a 159% greater activation of muscle protein synthesis compared to baseline and 60% greater than regular leucine.
Activating anabolic muscle protein synthesis is one thing, but how exactly does that translate into real world results in the gym? Researchers set out to determine this in a 10-week resistance training clinical study and the results were mind blowing! Researchers tested lower body strength, total strength, lower body reps to failure, and total reps to failure. Three groups were tested – each day one group took 2,000mg of of DL-185™ found in Peptide 185™, another took only Leucine and a third took a placebo.
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