Why do we need amino acids for sports?

  • Sports Nutrition Science Laboratory for Amino Acids学生

    Today’s practice was so hard and I’m exhausted!
    I may have sore muscles. Mr. Amino, is there any good way to recover enough for tomorrow?

  • Sports Nutrition Science Laboratory for Amino Acids学生

    A well-balanced diet is fundamental,but amino acids intake is also helpful.They are effective in recovery from fatigue, exhaustion and muscle soreness caused by hard exercise.

  • Sports Nutrition Science Laboratory for Amino Acids学生

    Amino acids are the source of protein that make muscles, right?
    I always take them in a tough competition that I have to win.

  • Sports Nutrition Science Laboratory for Amino Acids学生

    It’s of course important to take them when competing, but it’s more important to take them on a daily basis.You can maintain your condition by daily intake, not only on a special day. This allows you to have high-quality practice each day, and as a result, you can achieve the best performance in competitions or games.

  • Sports Nutrition Science Laboratory for Amino Acids学生

    I see. Daily intake of amino acids is the key to make a difference to my competitors...
    Wait, what are amino acids? I ’m not sure whether I know or not.

  • Sports Nutrition Science Laboratory for Amino Acids学生

    Amino acids are important nutrients not only for athletes and people who exercise hard but also for anyone who wants to enjoy sports.
    Let’s take this opportunity to learn about amino acids!

Amino acids are nutritional components that constitute proteins
important to the human body.
They are expected to have various effects
in sports.

Learn about amino acids

Search by themes

  • Amino acids should be used differently depending on your problems and purposes.
    Check those out you are interested in!

    Sports Nutrition Science Laboratory for Amino Acidsアミノさん

Supervisor information

Masaaki Sugita
Professor, Faculty of Sport Science, Nippon Sport Science University
Masashi Miyashita
Associate Professor, Faculty of Sport Sciences, Waseda University
Shin Terada
Associate Professor, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo
Satoshi Fujita
Professor, College of Sport and Health Science, Ritsumeikan University

Learn about Sports and Amino Acids from articles

Read other articles

Topics

  • September 30, 2020 お知らせ

    『アミノ酸スポーツ科学ラボ』サイトがオープンしました!