WINNER MUSCLE is a complementary feed for horses to neutralize the excess of lactic acid that forms abundantly during races and workouts and which can interfere with the availability of muscle oxygen causing fatigue and post-exercise myopathy.
WINNER MUSCLE is a supplementary supplement for horses based on sodium citrate, NN dimethyl glycine, vitamin E branched amino acids, essential to neutralize the excess of lactic acid that is formed abundantly during races and workouts and which may interfere with the availability of Muscle oxygen causing fatigue and post-exercise myopathy. Balanced integration with branched amino acids also maximizes muscle function and improves the metabolic efficiency of the racing horse. In the Winner muscle there are also important components such as trace elements (calcium and magnesium) essential to prevent cramps and muscle stiffness, non-essential amino acids such as L-glutamine from known anabolic and analgesic properties and antioxidant vitamins such as vitamin C and vitamin E. The product Is presented in the form of oral paste, suitably flavored and sweetened, packaged in syringes fitted with calibrated piston.
Winner muscle contains the following substances:
Sodium Citrate: It has a neutralizing effect on lactic acid that accumulates in the blood and muscle tissue.
N-N dimethylglycine: is the active ingredient of calcium pangamate or vitamin B15. It has been shown that dimethylglycine improves the oxygen utilization of the body by decreasing the lactic acid content produced in an anaerobic environment, typical of an extended muscle effort. The horse to which pangameric acid is administered before the sporting performance will show increased fatigue resistance, resulting in increased duration of physical performance, and there will also be an increase in muscle metabolism. Dimethyl glycine is an immunostimulant and an optimal remedy For inflammation and arthritis.
Branched Amino Acids: The branched amino acids possess different properties. They have energy function during exercise, anabolic action if administered for long; Delayed the formation of lactic acid. A large free radical production, generated by the oxidation of intramuscular energy substrates during physical activity, can Causing prolonged oxidative damage to the structural components of the cells. This is the cause of pain, loss of neuromuscular response, massive escaping of intracellular enzymes in extracellular fluid. The branched amino acids present in the Winner muscle counteract such excessive production of free radicals, delaying the onset of post-exercise myopathy.
Vitamins E and C are essential for their antioxidant action, protection and muscle tone.