What Is BCAA (2:1:1)?

Branched Chain Amino Acids or BCAA Powder are a mixture of the three essential amino acids: Leucine, Isoleucine and Valine. Our BCAAs are in a ratio of (2) Leucine, (1) Isoleucine, and (1) Valine. This ratio has the most scientific backing.

What Are The Benefits Of BCAA Powder (2:1:1)?

BCAAs are a popular supplement among bodybuilders and sports people. Muscles feed on BCAAs, so many people use them during workouts as an intra-workout and after workouts to assist with recovery and growth.

Why do you have pre-made flavours in separate 250 gram packaging ?

Like protein powders, BCAA’s are a very popular supplement among athletes, bodybuilders, and general body conscious gym goers. Often used throughout the day, every single day. Having a choice of delicious flavours ensures our customers can continue to keep their taste buds tantalised and their diet motivation on point!

Fasted walking and BCAAs (2:1:1)

When leaning up for competition, bodybuilders and muscle models may employ the tactic of fasted walking to directly target fat cells. This involves walking for 30 – 45 minutes before they eat their first meal each day. To prevent their muscles from going into a catabolic state, they will consume BCAAs before the walk. This way they can feed their muscles the necessary nutrients they need while still receiving the benefits of fasted walking.

The Science


‘oral supplement of BCAAs (77 mg/kg body wt) before exercise increased intracellular and arterial BCAA levels during exercise and resulted in suppression of endogenous muscle-protein breakdown’

Who Should Use BCAA (2:1:1)?

Anyone looking to gain lean mass or improve their recovery time. It is especially important for people on a caloric deficit diet that want to prevent the body from going into a catabolic state. Citrulline-malate has been shown to improve BCAAs effectiveness during intense exercise.