Study Finds PEAK ATP Works After One Dose
A recent study found that a single dose of the ingredient PEAK ATP can boost muscular power, endurance.
While there have been two previously published studies that have shown an acute, one-time dose of ATP has significant benefits for athletic performance, a new study confirms this and establishes what the minimum dose of ATP is needed for effectiveness.
The study performed at the Brazil’s Federal University of Piaui, evaluated the benefits of 100 mg, 200 mg, and 400 mg doses of ATP. The researchers recruited 20 active males for the study and had the participants complete four sets of resistance training exercise until movement failure, with two minutes of rest between each set.
“This study confirmed our previous results which showed that one-time supplementation of ATP improved training performance, as measured by the number of set repetitions and total weight lifted. The 400 mg dose was established as the minimum effective dose, with 200 mg and 100 mg doses showing no significant effect,” study co-investigator Ralf Jager, PhD, said. “However, participants in the 100 mg group reported significant benefits on the rate of perceived exertion, the feeling of how easy it feels to work out. It is very unique for one ingredient to be able to deliver this benefit, especially at such a low dose.”
After these findings TSI Group president Larry Kolb also stated:
“For consumers to feel the differences after a single dose, and during the first set, is a substantial brand benefit. These results confirm the immediate benefits of PEAK ATP for athletes, weekend warriors and everyday exercisers. We feel that there is a huge advantage for consumers who are able to feel the performance benefit from the first use onward, instead of waiting for weeks for supplementation to take full effect. PEAK ATP helps exercisers to push harder during high-intensity and/or exhaustive exercise. And because PEAK ATP supports increased work volume, it can help anyone make the most of time spent exercising. This is crucial to helping everyday people exercise harder and more frequently as they pursue their long-term wellness goals.”
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