Wtf is 'Gakic'?

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  1. Jeebus

    Jeebus Well-Known Member

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    Heard some dudes at the gym talking about it.
     
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    Oh shut the fuck up, if i wanted advertising rhetoric i would have went there.
     
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    Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2000 Dec;32(12):2102-8.

    High-intensity dynamic human muscle performance enhanced by a metabolic intervention.

    Stevens BR, Godfrey MD, Kaminski TW, Braith RW.
    Department of Physiology, College of Medicine, University of Florida, Gainesville 32610-0274, USA. [email protected]

    PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to quantify the effects of a metabolic treatment on human muscle dynamic performance (strength, work, and fatigue) measured under conditions of acute, exhaustive high-intensity anaerobic isokinetic exercise. METHODS: Unilateral prefatigue and postfatigue peak torque and work values were measured in the quadriceps femoris of 13 subjects using a computer-controlled isokinetic dynamometer, over a 23-d interval. The two experimental treatments were: 1) a glycine and L-arginine salt of alpha-ketoisocaproic acid calcium ("GAKIC"); and 2) isocaloric sucrose (control). Based on a randomized double-blind cross-over repeated measures design, measurements were made before and during an exhaustive anaerobic fatigue protocol to calculate a Fatigue Resistance Index (FRI = [peri-exhaustion torque]\[baseline peak torque]), as well as total work. RESULTS: The FRI and total work for each of the exhaustion sets measured at 0, 5, and 15 min after oral GAKIC treatment were greater than values obtained for isocaloric control treatment (P < 0.02). GAKIC treatment increased the mean resistance to fatigue (FRI) up to 28% over isocaloric control. Overall gain in total muscle work attributable to GAKIC was 10.5 +/- 0.8% greater than control, sustained for at least 15 min. After 24 h, both GAKIC and control concentric forces returned to the same absolute values (P > 0.05): mean FRI = 0.42 +/- 0.05 and mean total work = 4600 +/- 280 J. There were no significant differences attributable to random order of testing. CONCLUSIONS: Compared with isocaloric carbohydrate, oral GAKIC treatment increased muscle torque and work sustained during intense acute anaerobic dynamic exercise; additionally, it increased overall muscle performance by delaying muscle fatigue during the early phases of anaerobic dynamic exercise.

    PMID: 11128858
     
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    And for those who don't know how to read a scientific study and extrapolate any type of useful information,
     
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    It's made by MuscleTech, so it will probably increase your strength by 7294837.57293847%
     
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    PurEvl going out gassed and not half assed...

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