Starter Stack For Women

Starter Stack For Women

Starter Stack For Women

 As a beginner, it can be hard to build up muscles you are wanting to reach. This starter stack is exactly what you’re looking for. The beginner starter stack for women ensures you’re getting the right supplements to help reach your goal. 


 Let’s kick start it with multivitamins. If you don’t take vitamins as your startrer stack, what are you doing? 

Everyone should be taking multivitamins, the purpose of taking vitamins is to fill in the dietary nutrient gaps you are missing in your daily life to support our optimum health. Multivitamins are packed with nutrients like, Vitamin D, Vitamin K, Vitamin B12, Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Magnesium, Iron, Calcium, Vitamin E, Vitamin B6, Potassium, Biotin, and so on. Intaking vitamins keeps you energized throughout the day and maintains your overall health.


Pre- Workout

 If you’re wanting to improve on your muscle strength and endurance, this is the key to boosting your performance. I recommend taking Alpha Supps Pre-Workout which contains 300 mg of caffeine, 2500 mg of Beta Alanine, and 3000 mg of L Citrulline. Some people are caffeine sensitive which I recommend either taking a half dose to assess your tolerance or checking out a pump which is more for blood flow that usually doesn’t contain any caffeine and stimulants. Pre-workout should always be taken 15 to 30 minutes prior to hitting the gym. Don’t ever dry scoop either. It is very dangerous and you can potentially have health risks in the long run. I get that it’s a trending thing but no one understands the major risks it can cause. Some people also prefer fueling up before taking pre- workout or with an empty stomach, it’s whatever your preference is.  

How To Take Pre-Workout

1: Mix pre- workout in 8 to 12 oz of water.

2: Drink 15 to 30 mins prior to your workout.

3: Enjoy your workout. 


 Aminos which are called BCAAs (Branched Chain Amino Acids) is a great post-workout product that helps your body function properly by recovering your muscles and helps with hydration. Amino acids are compounds that combine to make proteins. This is for example when someone eats food that contains protein, their digestive system breaks down the protein into amino acids. There’s 9 different types of essential amino acids that play different roles. I’m not going to explain each of them but I will list them down below. The aminos do help muscle strength and exercise performance. 


  1. Histidine
  2. Isoleucine
  3. Leucine
  4. Lysine
  5. Methionine
  6. Phenylalanine
  7. Threonine
  8. Tryptophan
  9. Valine



 If you’re looking to gain muscle and for the people that don’t intake enough protein, protein plays a major factor in the supplement industry. It fuels your body to help build muscles and aid muscle recovery. Protein powder isn’t the only source of protein. It can be found in a lot of food, now how much you can intake protein depends on your age, gender, health, and lifestyle. When choosing protein powders for your starter stack for women, look for high quality ingredients such as BCAAs, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. If you are someone who consistently works out, you can take up to two scoops a day. 


 Fat burners are a great way to help enhance fat loss only when supported with a healthy diet. Not only do fat burners help you lose fat, they also boost energy, and promote fat to being used for energy and increase your metabolism so that you can burn more calories while resting or active. A good fat burner to start with is “Drip”, this is a caffeine free fat burner with thermogenic ingredients. Thermogenic ingredients help with burning calories much faster! If you’re looking for something that gives you an edge without over-stimulating yourself then “Drip” is for you!

Alpha Sups - Sweat Thermogenic


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