Driven Sports Craze Review

Driven Sports Craze Review Creatine Monohydrate Overall performance Creatine Monohydrate is the original most basic form of creatine. Most people consider it the best simply because it has the most research associated with it. Craze contains about 1g-1.5g of creatine monohydrate in its proprietary blend. In a max dosage there is 2g-3g which would require furtherRead More

Twinlab Power Fuel Formula 52 Review

Twinlab Power Fuel Formula 52 Review

Twinlab Power Fuel Formula 52 Review Nitric Oxide Pump L-Arginine and Citrulline are blended within a 4.2g mix of numerous ingredients including Caffeine and Beta-Alanine. Citrulline synthesizes into Arginine and Arginine is responsible for Nitric Oxide syntheses. Through blood vessel dilation Nitric Oxide promotes hyperemia. It is hard to determine how much of these ingredients areRead More

SuperPump Max Review

Gaspari Nutrition SuperPump Max Review

Gaspari Nutrition SuperPump Max Review L-Citrulline Pump In one serving of SuperPump Max there are 2g of Citrulline that leads to the production of L-Arginine and ultimately Nitric Oxide synthesis. This is a very low amount and at this dosage it’s not very beneficial. A max dosage contains 6g of Citrulline which should produce enoughRead More

BSN NO Xplode 2.0 Review

BSN NO Xplode 2.0 Review

BSN NO Xplode 2.0 Review Nitric Oxide Pump Nitric Oxide producers in this blend include L-Arginine-Alpha Ketoglutaric Acid,  L-Citrulline-Malic Acid Interfusion, and L-Citrulline-Alpha Ketoglutaric Acid. Synthesis of Nitric Oxide from Arginine and Citrulline is not guaranteed in everyone because the body has natural preventatives that fight against drastically enhanced blood cell dilation. Alpha Ketoglutaric Acid (AKG) is bonded toRead More

Jack3d micro Review

USPlabs Jack3d micro Review

USPlabs Jack3d micro Review Citrulline/Arginine Pump Citrulline is converted into Arginine, which is then synthesized into Nitric Oxide. This conversion is not guaranteed to occur consistently in everyone. Citrulline and Arginine are included in a 2,247mg blend of ingredients. In a max serving, even if these two ingredients were the only ingredients in this blend, it wouldRead More

MusclePharm Assault Review

MusclePharm Assault Review

MusclePharm Assault Review Creatine Blend (Monohydrate and HCL) Strength, Recovery, Fatigue Resistance A max serving of this creatine blend makes up 5g of creatine. There is 3.5g of Creatine Monohydrate and 1.5g of Creatine HCL. Creatine HCL is very potent creatine with a high absorbtion rate. Where is takes 3g/100lb/day of Creatine Monohydrate to saturate creatineRead More

Cellucor C4 Extreme Review

Cellucor C4 Extreme Review

Cellucor C4 Extreme Review Nitric Oxide Pump Cellucor C4 uses patented Creatine Nitrate in pre workout supplementation. The nitrate aspect of this creatine provides befits from Nitric Oxide synthesis.  C4 users gain a sense of pump from Nitric Oxide production from Creatine Nitrate combined with Arginine AKG. Beta-Alanine Endurance, Tingling C4 has 1500mg of Beta AlanineRead More

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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

Why an Empty Stomach?

Most pre workout supplements recommend use on an empty stomach…Why does this matter? On a full stomach the body cannot fully absorb everything a pre workout has to offer because it’s working on digesting and absorbing from different sources. The more food digesting in your stomach before supplement consumption the less likely you will feel its full effect.  During exercise bloodRead 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