Each serving of Optimum Nutrition Instantized BCAA 5000mg Powder provides a 5,000mg (5g) blend of the three Branched Chain Amino Acids (L-Valine, L-Leucine, and L-Isoleucine) in every serving. The Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs), so named because of their branched chemical structure, are essential in that the body cannot make them from other compounds. The method to produce ON Instantized BCAA 5000 Powder yields a powder that mixes readily in water or juice and does not readily clump or settle to the bottom. As a result, the difficulty in mixing you may have experienced with other BCAA powders is greatly reduced.
Unflavored BCAA tastes absolutely discusting and bitter but you need to just sack up and pound it down. It’s not about the taste. I am not dinging this product at all based on taste because if a company can get BCAA to taste good, it is either loaded with tons of artificial flavoring or sugar.
You pour this into any amount of water and it dissolves almost instantly. Some people have said they still see some crystals at the bottom though. For me it mixed great, i guess everybody is different.
I noticed substantial recovery after and during workouts. My muscles fatigued less and I was much less soar than usual, especially after leg days. Keep in mind I also used 5 grams of glutamine from optimum nutrition after post workout every day. For me it’s great but like I said before everybody is different, overall people say good things about this bcaa supplement.
About 30$ for 2 months worth is a great deal in my book.
Depending on how your body reacts, but this bcaa powder should help you beat muscle soreness and recover for the next day. You need to mix it with something with flavor, otherwise it’s hard to get down. I would recommend this to anybody’s stack.