Increase your endurance, speed, and power while providing the body with the nutrients needed to maximize training intensity. Sports supplements (also called ergogenic aids) may include vitamins, minerals, amino acids, herbs, or botanicals (plants) or any concentration, extract, or combination of these.
Intense weight lifting or athletics increases the metabolic demand for vitamins, especially the B-complex vitamins which are involved in processing carbohydrate and fats for energy production. Athletes involved in heavy training may need more of several other vitamins, such as thiamin and riboflavin, because they are involved in energy production as well.
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Apr 05, 18 09:57 AM
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