HIGH IMPACT Glutamine™ is a pure powder form of the amino acid L-Glutamine. It is the most plentiful free amino acid in the body’s muscle tissue. L-Glutamine plays a very important role in protein metabolism, cell volumization and the decreasing of muscle breakdown (1, 2). Give your body the strength it needs with HIGH IMPACT™.
We have created various formulas in an easy way to calculate your personal needs. Also we include Examples for a comprehensive utilization.
Understanding The Formula For Maximum Muscle tissue and system Recuperation
To maximize the protein-sparing effects of HIGH IMPACT™. It is essential that adequate doses be ingested. Elite trained athletes should ingest a minimum dosage of 0.2 grams per lb. of lean body weight. That means that if your current body weight is 200 lbs. and your body fat level is at 10% you would use the following formula to asses your individual optimal need for HIGH IMPACT™:
Formula Example:(Athlete of 200 lbs. Of Body weight)
(200 lbs. Body weight – 10% Fat Percentage) = 180 lbs. Of Lean Body weight
Multiply the 180 lbs. Lean Body weight by 0.2 grams which
Equals = 36 grams per day minimum needed supply of HIGH IMPACT™.)
Calculated Dosage Example (Athlete of 180 lbs. Of Lean Body weight)
Train in the morning.
- For best results schedule your first serving 3 scoops (15 grams) about 30 minutes to 1 hour before your morning workout with your favorite drink or with a serving of
PRO WHEY™ protein or ISO Muscle 94™
- Take your second serving 3 scoops (15 grams) serving 30 minutes after you train.
- For optimum muscle building results also have a third serving 1 scoops (5 grams) right before bedtime
Train twice daily.
- First serving 2 scoops (10 grams) about 30 minutes to 1 hour before your morning workout with a serving of PRO WHEY™ protein.
- Take your second serving 2 scoops (10 grams) serving 30 minutes after your morning workout. with a serving of ISO Muscle 94™
For best results schedule your first serving 2 scoops (10 grams) about 30 minutes to 1 hour before your evening workout with a serving of PRO WHEY™ protein.
Take your second serving 2 scoops (10 grams) serving 30 minutes after your evening workout with a serving of ISO Muscle 94™
Non Training Days
- Use 2 scoops (10 grams) three times per day preferably with meals.
Do calculations for determine your needs according to the above formula.
Now it is up to you to split the daily dosage according to your daily regime
For best Personal results Schedule your Daily Calculate Dosage As of the example:
Physical Stress or Suppressed Systems:
Understanding The Formula For system Recuperation and Maximum Performance
The minimum dosage that should be taken while still seeking to enhance an overall system optimization and the benefits of HIGH IMPACT™ is 0.15 grams of glutamine per lb. of lean body weight. That means that if your current body weight is 200 lbs. and your body fat level is at 18% you would use the following formula to asses your individual optimal need for HIGH IMPACT™:
Formula Example of:(Critical Suppress individual of 170 lbs. Of Body weight)
Formula Example: (170 lbs. Body weight – 18% Fat Percentage) = 139.4 lbs of Lean Body weight Multiply the 139.4 lbs. Lean Body weight by 0.15 grams which
Equals = 20.91 grams per day of HIGH IMPACT™.)
Calculated Dosage Example of (Critical Suppress individual of 170 lbs. Of Body weight)
Use 1 heaping scoop (5 grams) three times per day preferably with meals.
Take Also 1 serving before bed.
Do calculations for determine your need according to the above formula. Now it is up to you to split
the daily dosage according to your daily regime.
Could I take glutamine for a long time?
You should always consult a health care practitioner for long-term consumption.
The Extreme Anabolic Stimulator
Glutamine is known to promote anabolic conditions in muscle cells and increase the rate of protein synthesis. It was long thought that glutamine was indirectly responsible for this anabolic state. It now seems that glutamine indirectly promotes growth by increasing the hydration state of muscle cells. The amount of water in cells can change in a matter of minutes, going from being fully hydrated to a state of dehydration. It has been found that the amount of water inside a muscle cell can alter its metabolism, especially protein synthesis and turnover. When cells are swollen with water, this inhibits the breakdown of protein, glycogen and glucose and stimulates protein and glycogen synthesis. If a cell becomes dehydrated, it shrinks and goes into a catabolic state that breaks down the muscle’s vital proteins.
When glutamine levels are high in muscle cells, this stimulates the entry of other amino acids into the cell. Amino acids cannot directly enter the cell but must be carried in by a special transport system. The unique thing about this system is that when it allows an amino acid to enter, it also allows sodium to enter. As the amino and sodium levels increase in the cell, this causes water to be absorbed across the membrane and the cell swells to an anabolic state. When glutamine levels are depleted during intense exercise the cells become dehydrated and enter a catabolic state.
When a person trains intensely they will start depleting their muscle glutamine stores before they have fully recovered from their previous workout. The result is that each day the amount of muscle glutamine gets a little lower. The more a person trains, the more glutamine they use and the greater the catabolic response. People suffering from overtraining are also more susceptible to disease and infection as a result of lowered immunity. This may be due to the role of glutamine as a primary source of fuel for the immune system.