Key PEAK ATP® Benefits
Reduces Mental Fatigue and Improves Cognitive Performance
Exercise can create a feeling of mental fatigue by eliciting deficits in attention and processing speed. PEAK ATP® helps mitigate deficits in several cognitive tasks following exercise.
Improves Reaction Time
PEAK ATP® prevents the decline in proactive visuomotor reaction time following all-out high intensity exercise.
Improves Focus and Mental Speed
PEAK ATP® decreases the number of errors during a reactive visuomotor task with cognitive stressor before and after all-out high-intensity exercise.
Boosts Muscular Power Output*
Muscular power output refers to the ability to activate muscles, thereby causing them to contract. The greater the contractibility of the muscle, the greater its force, velocity, and endurance properties will be.
Increases Total Strength by 147% Over Training Alone
An athlete will lift more weight and produce a greater number of repetitions per set with oral supplementation of PEAK ATP® versus placebo.
Increases Power by 30% Over Placebo
PEAK ATP® causes significant increases in vertical jump power versus placebo.
Reduces Muscular Fatigue
PEAK ATP® improves muscular endurance, providing more benefits as more repetitions and sets are performed. Vasodilation and blood flow were higher following ATP supplementation, which would drive recovery processes.
Increases Lean Body Mass by 100% Over Placebo
PEAK ATP® significantly increases lean body mass and muscle thickness over placebo.*
Improves Blood Flow Up to 54%
PEAK ATP® supplementation increases the amount of ATP in red blood cells. When muscles are fatigued, red blood cells release ATP into the blood. The ATP binds to blood vessels and causes them to dilate. The end result is increased blood flow, oxygen delivery, and clearance of metabolic waste products such as lactate.
Enlarges Muscle Calcium Pool
Muscle is excited by the release of calcium into the cell, which serves as the trigger for contraction. PEAK ATP® works by increasing and sustaining the amount of calcium in the cell. As a result, athletes can lift more weight and produce a greater number of repetitions per set.*1
1Endo M. Calcium-induced calcium release in skeletal muscle. Physiol Rev. 2009, 89(4):1153-1176.