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Old 05-06-2009, 01:46 PM
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I here you. My thoughts are that in these studies they control for total work, in such cases pH is not as low and lactate is not as high. However if you are able to get 2-3 moe reps then perhaps in the end there will be no difference between supplemented and non supplemented groups.

In terms of where GH is stimulated, while we are not positive on all the metabolites involved we think that there is a direct neural feedback mechanism in the group 3 and 4 affarent fibers sensitive to metabolite buildup (H+. K+, lactate) and also in the blood itself as adding a bi carb buffer in studies has blunted the GH response to training. In the blood it is thought that GHRH binds optimally to the anterior pituitary under more acidic conditions
ok... so really without more studies its here or there who gets the best results, abc needs some guneu pigs lol
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just a thought prez if the risk is lower GH release couldnt this be stopped by having the beta - alanine between meals or with meals and not around training time? thereofre allowing the The stimulation during and after training but allowing the positives of BA during non active parts of the day
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just a thought prez if the risk is lower GH release couldnt this be stopped by having the beta - alanine between meals or with meals and not around training time? thereofre allowing the The stimulation during and after training but allowing the positives of BA during non active parts of the day
Well I think the main thing on BA is that its going to increase intramuscular carnosine levels. So even if its between meals you will get lower H+ build up per unit work
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