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Energy Production in The Body

Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) Adenosine Triphosphate is a chemical stored in the muscles that produces energy for muscle contraction to take place.  During rest more ATP is produced than needed and excess energy is transferred to creatine in your muscles. Increased blood flow by hyperemia help produce Creatine Phosphate. The body can store 80g-100g of ATP at one time. ATPRead More

Adrenal Fatigue

2 Most Important Adrenal Hormones The adrenal glands fire as we create stress through exercise. Adrenal hormones are responsible for our fight-or-flight instinct and can be utilized during strength and conditioning. Adrenal glands promote secretion of hormones that provide benefits for strength training; like testosterone. When is comes to exercising the 2 most important hormonesRead More