Beta Alanine Jordan Session CSU Sacramento 19 May 2018 There are a tremendous amount of nutritional supplements as well as pharmacological ergogenic aids that are currently on the market place to help individuals

Beta Alanine Jordan Session
CSU Sacramento
19 May 2018

There are a tremendous amount of nutritional supplements as well as pharmacological ergogenic aids that are currently on the market place to help individuals. However, one particular athletic performance enhancement supplement has been a point of focus within the industry. This is a reflection on the development as well as the psychological effects that can be found with a sustained use of Beta Alanine. Beta Alanine is a chemical compound that is created by non-natural occurring beta amino acids. The beta amino acids are positioned in the B position from which the carboxylate group is the foundation. Of course, the basic and chemical compound of this particular bio-chemical function is made up of carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, and oxygen. The overall appearance of this particular chemical is a white bipyramidal crystal which is found as the basic foundation of its occurrence. Overall, this chemical is not naturally found which means that is synthesized in reference to help individuals who build up certain beta amino acids within the human body. Overall, this particular functionality is to be able to help increase exercise performance and it is usually obtained from a grounded white powder taken with a supplement drink (Gualano et al., 2018). One of the major factors of the physiological effects of this particular chemical is that having muscular acidosis can ultimately contribute to a higher level of fatigue especially doing high intensity exercises. In other words, having a significant amount of Beta Alanine can actually create a higher level of interaction between the buffering capacity of the muscle fibers in the body and the ability to transfer oxygen, energy, and operate. The most important feature to understand in reference to the capabilities of Beta Alanine is the fact that it creates a higher level of transfer of the essential chemicals within the human body for more performance. It creates an effect on the muscles especially when it is related to the basic chemical transfers of carnosine and additional variables that affect muscular performance. The main opportunity for this supplement is to increase the performance of the muscle fiber while decreasing the onset of fatigue that can ultimately have a negative effect on the human body. It also strengthens the opportunity for the muscle to regain as well as have an onset concentration of theoretically increasing the capacity for the muscle to redevelop. Ultimately, it increases the factors in which the human body is able to recuperate from previous workouts (De Salles Painelli., 2018). Overall, the main claim that is made regarding Beta Alanine is the fact that it allows the human body to recuperate from any type of disruption that may have occurred within muscle usage. In other words, it allows the body to be able to sustain a higher level of exercise that would ultimately not be seen elsewhere. For example, the main claim is the fact that it offers a higher rebound recovery rate and at the same time it increases the performance capabilities of the human body that has a sustained level of this chemical. The main opportunity for creating the benefit for the human body is the fact that it allows for a higher duration of exercise without the onset feeling of fatigue. It allows an individual to be able to sustain their sports activity while maintaining muscular growth. It allows the body to recover much more quickly and in a developed fashion as opposed to having the same approach that can alternately be found with additional muscular supplements (Nutrition., 2018). The supplementation industry in reference to exercise performance is focused on being able to create a balance between maintaining sustained performance integrity while compromising the onset of fatigue. Unfortunately, fatigue is a part of the equation which is mainly why this particular chemical is beneficial to the human body. It allows the human body to have a variable that is not naturally found in the same strength and quantity. In addition to being able to increase the capabilities of the muscles to regain, balance, and at the same time recover from any level of duration of exercise that may ultimately be seen overtime (Kluh et al., 2018). When referencing the research that has been conducted in regard to Beta Alanine, it is clear to see that the qualitative research design has pointed out that individuals who have a sustained supplement are more likely to feel less fatigue and have a shorter recovery time. In the end, the research has defined through quantitative data over a duration of time with both controlled and non-controlled groups of trials that having a sustained connection to the chemical has been beneficial for athletes. In other words, the research has indicated that athletes who utilize this particular supplement over time are more likely to have a shorter recovery time which increases the overall value of how they are able to operate. The muscular system is basically a transfer of chemicals, food, and oxygen within the paradigm of muscular development. In other words, this is one of the most important factors in reference to concentrating on the capacity for potential damage over recovery that may be created. What this chemical has done through the research that has been conducted both within a clinical at scientific approach shows that the chemical has a positive impact on the development of muscular strength. In addition, it has had a positive influence on decreasing the overall negative impact that may be seen for muscular atrophy, decreased buffering capacity, and of course the overall sustainment of exercise over time (Pence., 2017). The risk factors and complications that ultimately utilize this particular product is the fact of having too much of a non-natural and scientifically synthesize chemical can ultimately impact the basic balance of the human body. In other words, the body can begin to create a dependency relationship with the chemical and it can make it much more difficult for the chemical to be addressed in a way that is possible to remove. What this means is that the human body can ultimately become addicted to it and not having it can cause muscles to feel weak, increase the overall recovery time, and make it much more likely to feel a sustained fatigue in comparison to not having the chemical. In addition, anytime a human body is introduced with a chemical that is not naturally found, there is an intrinsic risk factor associated with overdose (Yang., 2016). Therefore, it is not only important to recognize the opportunity for creating chemical dependency but also the impact that it can have on the cardiovascular system. What this chemical ultimately does is a fact every single muscle cell within the body if it is taken over a severe point of time. Therefore, it impacts not only the muscular system in the legs, the chest, abdomen, back, and arms. Rather, it affects many of the additional muscular systems including the cardiovascular system which is made up of one of the strongest muscles in the body. This is a reference to the heart which can be affected negatively if there is a higher doses of the supplement that can be found in the body. In addition, this type of supplement not only makes a critically impossible for the human body to sustain itself if there is a high dosage that is discovered. It can also impact the nature of how fast the heart is able to beat, the muscular buffering capacity of heart muscles, and ultimately the capabilities of the human body to maintain its respiratory system. The effectiveness and the risk factor of utilizing this product in a sport of football is beneficial. However, the risks as well as the reward that can be seen is connected to maintaining a relatively acceptable dosage amount. Having too much of a particular muscular supplement is not only dangerous but the human body can actually compromise the capabilities of a person to be able to sustain normal bodily functions. Therefore, the Ultimate verdict that is related to this supplement is that it is beneficial within a certain dosage amount, and with exercise. However, having too much of it within the human body especially the facts that it can have on the cardiovascular system poses a tremendous risk. Lastly, this is why it’s important to recognize that Beta Alanine is effective within a certain framework, capacity limit, and of course connected to regular exercise.

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