GUANIDINOPROPIONIC ACID in short GPA is an organic chemical compound that occurs naturally in the human body. It is a derivative of the amino acid glycine and guanidine. GPA plays an important role in the synthesis of creatine, which is necessary for energy production in the muscles. In the context of sports, GPA is especially important for athletes who practice sports that require anaerobic effort, such as sprints, weightlifting or combat sports. Studies show that supplementation with guanidinopropionic acid can increase creatine levels in the muscles. This leads to increased strength and muscle mass and improved exercise capacity. In addition, guanidinopropionic acid can help in muscle recovery after intense training and reduce the risk of muscle damage.

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