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How to get stronger faster with NO2

Tuesday, September 13, 2005

Arginine is the basic ingredient in most nitric oxide (NO) products. It enhances NO production, which in turn increases blood flow to the muscles and therefore nutrient, oxygen and hormone delivery, as well as muscle pump and ultimately muscle growth. NO has numerous other benefits, as does arginine; for example, it boosts insulin and GH secretion, two important anabolic hormones that drive muscle growth. A recent study suggested that arginine may be effective for increasing muscle strength: male subjects taking arginine boosted bench press strength by 20 pounds after eight weeks, compared to a 5-pound increase in the placebo group.

Dosage: Take 3-5 grams of arginine as L-arginine, arginine alpha-ketoglutarate or arginine-ketoisocaproate 2-3 times per day on an empty stomach.
Source: Muscle & Fitness (August 2005, page 124)
posted by Frank Mori, Tuesday, September 13, 2005 | link