Recently rediscovered Russian strength secret will…
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Discover how this non-hormonal anabolic compound… proven in DOZENS of peer-reviewed, double-blind major university studies… can give you a 68% increase in muscular performance and endurance… in only four weeks!
We started lifting weights for one reason and one reason only…
To get big and strong!
In my case, I was the typical scrawny kid who was tired of getting picked on by bullies.
Back then, I tried EVERYTHING to gain muscle.
I worked in a bakery after school making a measly $3.35 an hour… and almost every cent of my weekly paycheck was spent on whatever new “miracle” supplement promised to make me big and strong FAST.
You name it and I probably tried it…
…Weight gain powders, protein powders, Yohimbe bark extract, Gamma Oryzanol, HMB, Boron, Smilax, Muscle-MXT, Androstenedione (and all the other prohormones) are just some of the “miracle supplements” I tried… with absolutely NO results.
After a while I just gave up on most supplements.
I mean… when every single supplement promises results “just like steroids” and fails to deliver… you get a little cynical, right?
But every once in a while, a truly effective bodybuilding supplement comes along that really does work.
Creatine was one of those breakthrough supplements…
And finally… another bodybuilding breakthrough product has arrived.
In fact, dozens of double-blind scientific studies confirm it…
- Boosts explosive muscular strength & power…
- Increases lean muscle mass while reducing body fat…
- Boosts muscular anaerobic endurance…
- Increases aerobic endurance…
- Increases exercise capacity so you can train harder and longer than ever before.
So why haven’t we heard about this before?
That’s an interesting story that started over 100 years ago.
A “Pre-Steroid” Anabolic Discovery
Back in 1900, a Russian scientist by the name of Gulevich was the first to identify the amino acid carnosine.
Eleven years later, he discovered that carnosine was actually a dipeptide (two amino acids bound together) made up of beta-alanine and histidine.
But it actually wasn’t until 1938 that the first research on carnosine and its effects on muscle performance were published.
Even though carnosine produced incredible results on muscular strength and endurance… the Russians put their carnosine research “on the shelf” a few years later.
See, shortly after the amazing muscle building benefits of carnosine were discovered… the Russians also figured out how to synthesize and alter the testosterone molecule.
After that, they focused all their muscle building research on their latest discovery… anabolic steroids. They were more interested in their magic little blue pills that allowed their athletes to gain 20, 30 or 40 lbs. of muscle in just a month or two.
So poor little old carnosine… in spite of its amazing effects on strength and endurance… got shelved by the Russians.
But since possessing anabolic steroids is now a felony… the penalty being the same as possessing heroin or cocaine… scientists have begun to investigate LEGAL ergogenics aids. Specifically, how certain combinations of amino acids can exert anabolic effects.
So the research the Russians started over 100 years ago has recently been taken off the shelf and been reexamined. And that’s VERY good news for anybody who wants to get bigger, stronger and faster… with increased endurance, too.
The Recently Rediscovered Russian Anabolic Secret
Before being distracted by their anabolic steroid research, the Russians discovered that carnosine is a naturally occurring dipeptide found in both type 1 and type 2 muscle fibers. It is found in significantly higher concentrations in type 2 fibers. (Type 2 muscle fibers are primarily used in high intensity strength workouts and are most responsive to muscular growth.)
So why is carnosine so important?
Because carnosine buffers the build-up of hydrogen ions or H+.
When we exercise… especially when it’s high intensity exercise… our bodies accumulate a large amount of hydrogen ions (released from lactic acid) causing our muscles’ pH to drop and become more acidic.
This process occurs whether you feel a burn or not… but in many cases it’s accompanied by a painful burning sensation within the muscles.
Have you ever felt that nasty burn at the end of a high rep of set of squats or leg extensions? That’s a build up of H+… and it severely limits the number of sets and reps you can perform in any given workout.
Even if you’re tough enough to push past the burn, hydrogen ions interfere with the contractile units in muscle tissue. So, no matter how high your tolerance for pain, hydrogen ions accumulate in your muscles and hinder your performance.
Carnosine plays an important role in delaying the negative effects caused by hydrogen ions when you train hard.
Basically, carnosine “sucks up” all those little hydrogen ions floating around in your muscle, bringing the intramuscular pH back to ideal levels. This allows you lift more weight than you normally could… and for longer periods of time.
What this means is that it will allow you to perform that extra rep when it counts the most in the gym.
Or it will help you come on strong in the last leg of your workout or competition… when you’d normally be too fatigued to really put out a maximum effort.
What it basically comes down to is this:
The More Carnosine In Your Muscles…
The More Strength, Speed & Endurance You’ll Have.
So you can do more reps with the same weight… and more sets, too.
And regularly blasting through training plateaus like this means bigger and faster gains in strength, power, speed and muscle mass.
That’s EXACTLY what we bodybuilders want!
So if you’re like me when I first heard about this… you’re ready to start pounding down carnosine like it’s going out of style.
Well hold your horses, big guy…
See, carnosine performs its magic INSIDE your muscle cells.
But when you ingest carnosine, most of it is broken down in your gastrointestinal (GI) tract into the two amino acids that make up carnosine… beta-alanine and histidine.
Some carnosine does escape the GI tract but even that amount is quickly broken down in our blood by an enzyme called “carnosinase.”
In a very short time, all the carnosine you ingested is either eliminated or broken down into beta-alanine and histidine. Then these two amino acids are taken into the muscle, where they are converted back into carnosine with the help of the enzyme carnosine synthetase.
So taking carnosine is actually a pretty ineffective way to try and boost carnosine levels in the muscle.
And carnosine is pretty expensive. To get the kind of results we’re talking about you’d have to take A LOT.
All the research shows you would have to take a MASSIVE amount carnosine to get the same amount of increased intramuscular (inside the muscle) concentrations of carnosine you’ll get by taking much smaller doses of beta-alanine and histidine.
So you’re much better off… both physiologically AND financially… taking beta-alanine and histidine directly.
Numerous studies confirm it…
Taking Beta-Alanine and Histidine is the superior solution to increasing carnosine levels within your muscle cells.
Studies done by Dr. Roger Harris show that at normal levels, carnosine contributes to roughly 20% of the buffering capacity in muscle.
Dr. Harris believes if you can double carnosine levels with beta-alanine supplementation… you also double your muscles’ buffering capacity.
The Harris studies reported an impressive 64% rise in muscle carnosine levels after just four weeks of supplementing with 4 to 6 grams per day of beta-alanine.
And even MORE impressive… after ten weeks carnosine levels had risen a full 80%! (Similar to creatine, beta-alanine takes a little time to build up in the muscle.)
Even more interesting… this HUGE rise in carnosine levels was present across ALL muscle fiber types – Type I, IIa, and IIb (slow and fast twitch).
This shows that beta-alanine can benefit ALL types of athletes… strength athletes (who use primarily type II fibers) and endurance athletes (who primarily use type I fibers.)
Another study by Dr. Hill and colleagues examined the effect of beta-alanine supplementation on muscle carnosine levels and exercise performance in untrained men.
In a double-blind study, twenty male subjects (age 19 to 31) supplemented with either 4g of beta-alanine or a sugar placebo for the first week, then up to 6.4g for an additional nine weeks.
By week four, carnosine levels had increased by 58%. Six weeks later, they rose another 15%.
And the researchers also recorded a 16% increase in total work capacity during strength & endurance tests.
In another study, Dr. Hoffman and his colleagues put together a group of 33 highly trained college football players and split them into three groups:
1. A creatine group who took five grams twice daily…
2. A creatine and beta-alanine group who took the same amount of creatine plus a total of 3.2g of beta-alanine daily…
3. And a placebo group, who took nothing.
Before and after the 10-week study, the researchers measured the athletes’ body composition, body weight, one-rep maxes in the bench press and squat and had them keep a log of their training.
All the test subjects were placed on a weight training program that included the basic exercises: bench presses, squats, deadlifts, power cleans, incline presses and flyes, rows, etc.
Here’s what they found…
When you combine creatine and beta-alanine, your training volume goes up and you get stronger. The athletes were able to perform more reps with the same weights, and their one-rep bench and squat max was significantly higher than that seen in the placebo group.
The most impressive results of beta-alanine in this study were its effects on lean mass gains and fat loss.
Only in the creatine plus beta-alanine group did the investigators record…
A SIGNIFICANT increase in lean mass…
with body fat percentage DROPPING by 1.2%!
And these athletes were not on a restricted caloric diet. They ate whatever they wanted… and STILL lost fat!
Another very recent study examined the effect of training alone versus training with beta-alanine supplementation on strength and muscle hypertrophy.
The preliminary results were amazing! In relation to body weight, the muscle hypertrophy (muscle cross sectional area) and strength was much more impressive than similar studies using creatine.
(you should still be using creatine like our Hyper Gain, it’s just that when stacked with beta-alanine, the two are a VERY powerful combination.)
Also, a research study by Dr. Jeff Stout for publication in The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research demonstrated…
Beta-alanine was 70% more effective than creatine in delaying fatigue and increasing physical working capacity in young men…
Dr. Stout also reported that the South Korean Speed Skating team used beta-alanine supplementation prior to the last Olympics. The ENTIRE TEAM from South Korea won 7 medals, 6 gold and 1 silver… all in Speed skating!
(You can read a lot more studies showing beta-alanine & L-histidine’s positive effects on muscular strength and endurance in the “References” section at the end of this article.)
But here was the most convincing proof for me…
Almost ALL of the athletes involved in the various trials came back within a few weeks of completing the studies BEGGING for more. They said…
Their workouts SUCKED without it!
So after month’s of research and poring over stacks of clinical studies with highlighter in hand…
I’m excited to announce my newest bodybuilding breakthrough… Betabolic.
Betabolic has a healthy dose of both Beta-alanine and L-Histidine… combined in just the right proportions to help you maximize intra-muscular carnosine levels as quickly as possible.
And the faster you can increase carnosine levels in the muscles, the faster you’ll gain strength, power and endurance.
Just 3 capsules of Betabolic contains 2,025mg of pharmaceutical grade beta-alanine and 255mg of pharmaceutical grade L-Histidine…
…The EXACT proportions you need to get maximum uptake and assimilation and conversion into carnosine.
After just a few weeks of taking Betabolic you’ll experience…
- Up to 68% increases in muscle carnosine levels in both fast twitch and slow twitch muscles. You’ll be able to lift bigger weights, do more reps and more sets without running out of energy and exceeding your recuperation abilities.
- Blast through training plateaus that have been holding back your progress. Every workout will feel like you’re jacked up and ready to shatter all your previous records.
- Increased aerobic endurance. You’ll have more “wind” to get through those long training sessions… and any kind of endurance exercise or competition.
- 11% to 21% faster increases in lean muscle mass. When you’re able to lift heavier weights for more reps and more sets… WITHOUT overtaxing your body’s recuperation abilities… you’ll build muscle faster than ever before.
- Body recomposition effects… Decreases in body fat percentage while gaining lean muscle mass and strength. As demonstrated in the clinical trials… your increased ability to perform a higher volume of quality training will have a SUBSTANTIAL effect on your body composition… without changing your eating habits!
- Prevent muscle burning and nausea during training. If you’ve ever felt the painful burning in your muscles during a set of squats or deadlifts… and the feeling afterwards like you’re going to “toss your cookies”… you’re going to LOVE Betabolic. It can help you push through those tough sets with less burning in the muscle and no post-set nausea to ruin your workouts.
- Combined with a high quality creatine product like our Hyper Gain you’ll experience even BIGGER gains. You’ll get all the muscle-volumizing and strength effects of the creatine… along with the increased power, strength and endurance effects of Betabolic. It FEELS like it should almost be illegal!
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We’ve covered a lot of ground in the few minutes we’ve had together today…
- I’ve revealed the secret reason why the research behind Betabolic has been kept from us for so many years…
- I’ve shown you why you experience the “burn” in your muscles during training and how that seriously hinders your muscular gains…
- I’ve shown you that increased carnosine concentrations within the muscles can buffer hydrogen ions released during training… and how that can very quickly skyrocket your strength and endurance…
- I’ve shown you that supplementing with carnosine is a very ineffective and very expensive method of boosting carnosine concentrations within the muscles…
- I’ve shown you university studies that prove supplementing with the ingredients in Betabolic is the most physiologically effective method of boosting carnosine concentrations within the muscles…
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