2017 is a great year to gain those muscles that you have always dreamed of. Let’s lay off lechon and extra rice for a minute – or whatever your trainer prescribed, and start taking care of our bodies because that is what you deserve. Or if I’m being real here, that’s what your Instagram followers and Facebook friends deserve too, right? Seeing your ‘Summerbod’ and let them either be inspired to get fit, or drool sufficiently.

The thing about getting fit though is, even when you spend tons of hours in the gym, it’s hard to see immediate results. How do you then make sure that you gain the summer bod the fastest way possible, considering that summer is officially away for only 2 weeks? Here are some supplements that you can take advantage of to gain optimal results.

Multivitamins

Let’s face it. Working out can take a lot of energy out from you, and it also uses up possibly most if not all of vitamins that you need to sustain yourself. Most people who are trying to build lean muscle while maintaining or achieving their target weight goal are vitamin deficient and this could lead to a lot of complications in the future. You do not want your body to deteriorate and feel weak during gym session, right? In order to solve this problem, intake of multivitamins is highly recommended. Not everybody would have the time to work around training sessions and secure a meal that would cover all these deficiencies. What the multivitamin supplement does is to cut that effort down and let you get the vitamins you need in order to sustain yourself daily. Be sure to take them in between meals to be able to maximize vitamin absorption.

Speaking of supplementing muscle gain, we wouldn’t want to leave another important muscle, our manhood to fall short as we spend our stamina during work out sessions, right? These muscles that we build create a chick magnet around us, but we ultimately want to please them and get great orgasms as well. A good supplement to that is VigRX Plus, an all-natural supplement known to increase your desire to get off, provide you harder and thicker erections perfect for occasions when you want them.

Creatine

With its highly-regarded safety profile and a good reputation of added effectiveness when powerlifting, creatine supplementation is usually what comes up on top of a seasoned gym rat’s head whenever supplementation is brought up.  Usually in the form of creatine phosphate, what it does is it enhances the energy production by lending its phosphate to our bodies’ Adenosine Diphosphate converting it to Adenosine Triphosphate. This increases the availability of energy since there is more ATP in the body, basically like charging the batteries of our muscles in a cellular level while sustaining better performance, helping you maintain that abundant energy that you need when you are doing your high-intensity exercises like weightlifting. It also helps you speed up recovery time in between sets.

L-Arganine

This supplement started off as a dietary pill and an aid in the treatment for heart diseases. L-arginine is basically a human growth stimulant that is becoming highly regarded in bodybuilding. When consumed, the amino acid arginine is converted into nitric oxide (NO), a very valuable compound that is acts as a great neurotransmitter that signals the blood vessels to relax therefore improving blood circulation. Some evidence also shows that arginine may help improve blood flow in the arteries of the heart. Again, just make sure to take the right dosage as there are side effects that you need to watch out for, if overused.

Branched Chain Amino Acids

BCAAs are a string of important amino acids that help in the body’s anabolic phase by countering the harmful effects of muscle deterioration. Composed of leucine, isoleucine and valine, BCAAs improve endurance by keeping muscles fueled – something that is perfect for long-distance workouts. This supplement is pretty popular among hikers, backpackers, long-distance runners and a lot of other people involved in various prolonged workouts. It also deters the effects of cortisol, a hormone that slows down testosterone and amplifies muscle breakdown.