In the world of sports, and especially professional sports, achievements are important. We all understand this. But this article is also intended for those people who would like to accelerate the building of muscle mass and are thinking about how to reinforce the body with the adoption of a gainer or protein in addition to training.
To understand what a gainer is, it is enough to trace the etymology (origin) of the term, which originated from the English verb "to gain" - one of the meanings of which is "to gain weight". For this gainers are needed - these are mixtures of proteins and carbohydrates with a vitamin premix. Protein will directly contribute to the formation of muscle tissue to make your workouts even more efficient, and carbohydrates, which form the basis of the gainer, will provide energy so that your workout lasts longer.
Protein is another name for protein, also called beverages that are almost entirely composed of protein. There are almost no carbohydrates in them, this is their main difference from gainers, in which more than half of the mass is made up of carbohydrates.
Therefore, a drink such as a gainer is a double-action weapon (and if you take into account vitamins, then a triple one). But there is also a catch, because carbohydrates have a habit of being deposited in the form of adipose tissue, so if you are already taking a gainer, you will need to train hard. For this reason, it is not recommended for overweight people.
- The gainer contains a lot of carbohydrates, and the protein contains proteins
- The gainer helps to gain weight in general and energizes, and protein acts specifically on muscle tissue.