Each scoop of Plazma contains 6 grams of citrulline malate and 2.5 grams of betaine anhydrous. So you’re definitely getting a solid effective dose as-is.
Not sure I follow. You’re adding extra aminos to Plazma? That’s not necessary and not recommended. It was specifically designed and balanced to be absorbed optimally. Adding other ingredients can compromise the benefits. The only approved option would be to add creatine.
I’ve used tyrosine tablets pre-workout when I wanted to take a break from caffeine, like 2-3g though. Not sure it would hit the same if taken during a session.
Kind of a take it or leave it option. Not a ton of conclusive physical benefits itself. Christian Thibaudeau has talked a lot about it in his coaching forum as a “neural regulator” to calm down the CNS, so it’d be better suited for post-workout, not during-workout.
However, it may also reduce the muscle pump, which is the direct opposite purpose of Plazma.
Not bad on its own, but better suited for longer duration training (very high volume stuff, endurance work, etc.). It’s redundant with the citrulline.
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