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|Anyone visited this site (LINK) before?
It's a bunch -- loads! -- of papers all organized into different subjects, like strength, hypertrophy, biomechanics... There's articles on "experts".
It looks too good to be true. I hope it is that good..
Here are the conclusions from the article on Glutamine (LINK):
- Glutamine does not act as an ergogenic for increasing the number of repetitions that can be performed during resistance-training workouts. It therefore seems ineffective as a pre-workout supplement in relation to resistance-training.
- Chronic glutamine supplementation during periods of resistance training does not lead to greater gains in muscular strength and size in comparison with a placebo. It therefore seems ineffective as a post-workout or daily supplement.
Glutamine does not seem to help improve performance during high-intensity, cardiovascular performances. It therefore seems ineffective as a pre-workout supplement in relation to interval-training.
- Glutamine may be beneficial for extended periods of athletic performance involving high-accuracy activity. It may therefore be useful as a pre-competition supplement.
- Glutamine may be beneficial for extended periods of athletic performance requiring extensive endurance. It may therefore be useful as a pre-workout or pre-competition supplement for endurance athletes or as a pre-workout supplement for athletes who do perform a large amount of steady-state cardiovascular training.
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