Post JYM Overview
Post JYM is a post workout supplement from JYM Supplement Science.
It’s a small company with a relatively small stable of products, founded and run by Dr. Jim Stoppani.
Stoppani has a PhD in exercise physiology and a passion for fitness and working out.
He developed his line of products to ensure that he, and everyone, could get all the correct ingredients, in all the correct doses, to achieve the best results from their hard work and effort at the gym.
The line includes a pre workout, a post workout, and a protein, along with a few others.
We took a look at the post workout, and here’s what we found.
Post JYM Ingredients and How They Work
One of the founding principles of JYM Supplement Science is that they use full dosing for all their ingredients.
This is a big sticking point for Dr. Stoppani, and who can blame him?
All these supplement companies use “proprietary formulas” so they can hide the tiny amounts of active ingredients they use. Not Post JYM.
Everything is listed and everything is fully dosed.
- Branched-Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs) at 6 grams.
These are Leucine, Isoleucine, and Valine.
Leucine is the most important and present at a 3:1:1 ratio to the other two.
They stimulate muscle protein synthesis so your muscles are able to recover and rebuild faster and more completely.
- Creatine HCL at 2 grams.
Creatine has been shown in numerous studies to be safe and effective for building muscle strength and power.
Creatine HCL is more soluble than other forms.
- CarnoSyn Beta Alanine at 2 grams.
It forms carnosine which then increases muscle strength and power, endurance and recovery.
- Carnipure L-Carnitine L-Tartrate at 2 grams. Studies show this to enhance recovery.
It increases androgen receptors in muscles, which means more testosterone is being used to build your muscle.
- Glutamine at 3 grams.
This is a very important amino acid for muscle recovery and growth.
It also boosts your immune system.
- Betaine at 1.5 grams.
This is a modified version of Glycine which can improve the production of strength and power in muscles.
With more muscle power, you’re doing heavier weights and more reps, reaching greater results.
It also increases protein synthesis post workout so you’re getting better muscle growth.
- Taurine at 1 gram.
This increases muscle endurance and nitric oxide.
Since you lose Taurine during exercise, it’s important to replace it with your post workout supplement.
Post JYM Pros and Cons
Advantages of Post JYM
- The Post JYM reviews are overwhelmingly positive.
- It’s a complete, unabbreviated formula.
- It reportedly tastes good.
Disadvantages of Post JYM
- While JYM Supplement Science seems like a good company, it’s small and doesn’t work out of a certified facility.
- There’s no listed money back guarantee.
Where to Buy
You can purchase the 30 serving tub for $35. Post JYM comes in two flavors – Fruit Punch and Watermelon.
Post JYM has the ingredients and the positive reviews we look for in a post workout supplement.It’s definitely a product and company backed by the passion and knowledge of its founder and creator.
If you get a chance to try Post JYM, I would go for it.
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I have tried different pre and post workout powders as well as NUMEROUS protein powders. The JYM brand is phenomenal.
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User Questions and Answers
I used post jym after weights whilst performing cardio. The results were great but then I found out there is 200 calories in one serving. Where do the calories from, sugar I guess? Not sure if it is the product to use when cutting. Any ideas? -Barry Harrison
Post Jym Carb does have 120 calories, and you're right. It's sugar. - Rob
1 out of 1 people found this question helpful.
My son who is 16 yrs. old started using this product after workouts training for football next fall. He found out about it from another player. He is also a very good golfer on our golf team. Health concerns for a young person consuming this product??? The products disclaimers worry me!!! Thx for your answer!!! -Paul
I don't recommend anything but protein and maybe creatine for kids under 18. The biggest reason is the unknown. Most supplements haven't been well tested on adults, let alone kids. The main concern is what effect they might have on a teenager's growth. I have no specific reason to think it's unsafe, but I wouldn't risk it either.- Rob
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