Zinc Magnesium Aspartate: Improved Performance & Recovery
The ability to quickly recover from high-intensity and grueling activity is something that athletes from all sports are after. Reduced recovery time means increased performance, and that’s the holy grail for all athletes.
Zinc Magnesium Aspartate has a unique and well-known combination of key vitamins and minerals that help increase testosterone levels. Even more important is the ability of this synergistic blend to increase the rate at which you recover from intense activity, and it does so while you sleep, magnifying your body’s natural recuperative rhythm.
The zinc in Zinc Magnesium Aspartate plays a key role in cellular growth and tissue repair, so it helps rebuild muscle after exercise-induced damage. The specific blend of magnesium plays an essential role in ATP production (cellular energy), muscle contraction, and maintenance of proper electrolyte balance. This means it can increase energy production and strength while aiding in hydration, an important part of cellular expansion, growth, and performance. The last part of this recovery trifecta is vitamin B6 which enhances the absorption of zinc and magnesium, allowing maximum utilization of each nutrient.
Zinc Magnesium Aspartate is a synergistic combination of vitamins and minerals with a proven record of increasing performance, tissue repair, and hormone production.*
Q: I’ve heard about ZMA for a while, so I’m finally looking into it, but now that I look at the ingredients, I don’t understand why I should use it if my daily vitamin already has these vitamins and minerals.
A: Zinc Magnesium Aspartate may provide nutrients you get through the day, but this specific synergistic blend of Zinc Monomethionine and Magnesium Aspartate have a strong effect on recovery, energy production (ATP), hydration, and muscular growth when taken together in these particular forms. Vitamin B6 amplifies the effects by enhancing their absorption, and there are no other nutrients that may affect the absorption rates of the minerals.*
Q: For the best results, should I take this before or after workouts?
A: Neither, actually. Zinc Magnesium Aspartate is most effective when taken within one hour of bedtime, and it should be taken alone and specifically with no other supplements or food that may contain calcium which can affect absorption of these nutrients.*