Agmatine significantly lengthened exercise time before athletes were immobilized by exhaustion. Researchers note effects seem strongest when agmatine is supplemented within 30 minutes prior to exercise. Agmatine is the only molecule known to scientists with the capability to induce antizyme. This enhances cell growth and homeostasis and is proven to increase cell count per unit of surface area by 10-17%. Argmatine stimulates pituitary hormone secretion, including growth hormone. Raising growth hormone maximizes the speed and size of muscle growth. It’s also proven to improve muscle strength by 24-62%
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