The power-up series is made up of essential components for each phase of exercise. It is configured to eat for strong muscle strength, energy boost, minimise muscle loss, and rapid muscle recovery. It consists of a variety of products including power-up amino acids for stronger muscle strength before exercise, power-up EF for electrolyte charging, super amino acids for replenishing amino acids, power-up sports gel for energy supply, and power-up glutamines for muscle recovery after exercise. Power-up magnesium contains 400 mg of magnesium, 200 mg of calcium, 5g of vitamin D, 100 mg of vitamin C, and citric acid. Look at the same effect as BCAA. BCAA (Branched Chain Amino Acid) reminds me of muscles. Nicknamed "muscle amino acids," these three amino acids have been included in the Supplement Stack in many athletes. Some say BCAA worked, some say it was for sweetness, but scientifically the effect of BCAA, especially L-Leucine, on root growth, has been proven through a variety of studies. When is BCAA the best time to eat? The question continued to be asked. Both during and after exercise had beneficial effects. People started drinking a lot, especially during exercise, because the taste is very big. The beverage with "taste" during exercise is a sports drink or BCAA containing carbohydrates. With respect to diet, BCAA intake during exercise has emerged as a good timing in that it is superior to carbohydrates and also helps to build muscles as it is used as an energy source.