About 2wheypower

2wheypower is an Irish business that supplies best brand top quality and trusted by sports products in Gyms through our own vending machines and Online through our website

we started the business in 2018 because we felt there was an opportunity to facilitate the growing number of people going to Gyms,Cross-fit clubs and  Sports facility’s with convenient access to sports nutrition products

we provide consumers with flexibility of choice and convenience of pre and post-workout products to help to get the best workout and avail of proper nutrition directly after exercise

We appreciate all customers have individual needs and will work together with our customers to make sure we meet high standard of products and services expected.

What Are BCAAs (Branched-chain Amino Acids)?2019-04-10T16:25:41+01:00
BCAAs are a class of essential amino acids that the body can use for energy and muscle synthesis.

These essential amino acids are responsible for a large portion of blood sugar production during workouts. This is important to note if you work out in a fasted state or if you’re on a calorie restricted diet.

When you have a balanced carbohydrate, highprotein, and amino acid beverage during and postexercise, this can induce an insulin response. The insulin response helps transport aminos into cells to repair muscle damage and build muscle tissue.

Can I Take BCAAS Pre-Workout?2019-04-10T16:25:51+01:00
Branched-Chain Amino Acids Pre-Workout

BCAA supplementation should also be a regular part of your pre-workout routine.

Since these amino acids bypass the liver and gut and go directly into your blood plasma, they can be used as an immediate energy source during high-intensity workouts.

Valine and isoleucine are glucogenic amino acids, meaning they can be converted to glucose to give you energy. This can help you fight fatigue during your workout.

What Are The Benefits Of Protein?2019-04-10T16:25:18+01:00

Protein is used for the production of muscles.

Proteins are also used to manufacture hormones, enzymes, cellular messengers, nucleic acids, and immune system components. Without adequate protein, our bodies can’t put together the structures that make up every cell, tissue, and organ, nor can it generate the biochemical substances needed for cardiovascular function, muscle contraction, growth, and healing.

Without an adequate amount of protein our muscles wouldn’t heal up as quickly and could therefore lead to overtraining your muscle which could lead to injury.

When Is The Best Time To Take Protein?2019-04-10T16:26:08+01:00

One of the times that your body is in need of protein the most is immediately following a workout.

Since your body starts to heal the muscle right after a workout, taking protein at that time will give the body the fuel it needs to heal and grow.

Because solid food takes more time to digest and to break down the protein and send it to the muscles, it can be best to take a protein shake immediately following a workout, since protein shakes only take about 30 minutes to reach the muscle after ingestion.

Which Protein Is The Best Choice?2019-04-10T16:26:17+01:00

The bottom line is, whey is a complete protein with a very high BV (Biological value) and this means it contains all the essential and nonessential amino acids and boasts the highest Branched-chain amino acid content found in nature.

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