Iowa State University 2012 (Rathmacher)
- ATP & Muscular Fatigue
- Clinical Evidence
- São Paulo State University 2018 (Freitas)
- São Paulo State University 2017 (Freitas)
- University of Tampa 2017 (Purpura)
- University of Tampa 2013 (Wilson)
- University of Tampa 2013 (Lowery)
- Iowa State University 2012 (Rathmacher)
- Is PEAK ATP® the next generation of NO?
PEAK ATP® improved participants’ ability to maintain a higher force output during an exhaustive exercise bout and tended to reduce muscular fatigue.*
A double-blind, placebo-controlled, human crossover study assessed the performance-enhancing effects of 200 mg of PEAK ATP® twice daily on healthy, active adults. Sixteen male and female participants were randomized to receive either PEAK ATP® or placebo for 15 days. After an overnight fast, they were tested for strength and fatigue — consisting of three sets of 50 maximal knee extensions — at baseline and after 15 days of supplementation. After a one-week washout period, the groups were switched, so that those who had been taking placebo now took PEAK ATP® and vice versa.
Rathmacher JA, et al. Adenosine-5’-triphosphate (ATP) supplementation improves low peak muscle torque and torque fatigue during repeated high intensity exercise sets. Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition. 2012, 9:48. [PDF]
The Rathmacher study showed that participants' ability to maintain a higher force output with PEAK ATP® supplementation.