L-Citrulline DL-Malate 2-1

Physical strength benefits are common when taking citrulline malate. In addition to it benefits for strength, allowing you to perform more reps, and combating soreness, Citrulline Malate supplements the rate of phosphocreatine restoration post-workout. The malic acid component of this powder compliments the replenishment of ATP (energy) stores.

Beta Alanine

Also known as 3-aminopropanoic acid, it is a non-essential amino acid and is the only naturally occurring beta-amino acid. Not to be confused with alanine, beta- alanine is classified as a non-proteinogenic amino acid as it is not used in the building of proteins.

Benefits of Beta-Alanine as supported by clinical studies shows explosive muscular strength and power output and an increase in muscle mass. Beta alanine also boosts anaerobic and aerobic endurance.

Beta-alanine can provide an acute stimulant response and is therefore a good candidate for being consumed pre-workout.

Creatine Monohydrate

Creatine is a natural supplement used to boost athletic performance. It is one of the world’s best supplements for building muscle and strength. Despite common myths in the media, creatine is extremely safe and is also used in a clinical setting to treat neurological diseases. More than 500 research studies support its safety and effectiveness.

Creatine supplements increase your muscles’ phosphocreatine stores. Phosphocreatine helps with the formation of new ATP, the key molecule your cells use for energy and all basic functions of life. During exercise, ATP is broken down to produce energy.

The rate of ATP re-synthesis limits your ability to continually perform at maximum intensity. You use ATP faster than you can build it up again. Creatine supplements increase your phosphocreatine stores, allowing you to produce more ATP energy to fuel your muscles during high-intensity exercise. This is the primary mechanism behind creatine’s performance enhancing effects.

Creatine also plays an important role in brain health and function.

N-Acetyl-L-Tyrosine

N-Acetyl-L-Tyrosine is a derivative of L-tyrosine, which is an amino acid that helps your body produce neurotransmitters like Dopamine, Serotonin, and Adrenaline. NALT is a special form of tyrosine, because NALT has undergone acetylation. This means that NALT is easier for your body to absorb compared to plain tyrosine.

N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine can be a highly effective nootropic for boosting cognitive function. And is particularly helpful in maintaining cognitive performance when you’re under practically any kind of stress.

Many users have described that using NALT has increased their mental focus and provided a boost in energy and concentration span. Others seem to have a lot more clarity and mental fluidity.

Research shows that taking tyrosine improves mental performance and memory. Users also experience short-term cognitive benefits such as improved focus, better mood and increased motivation.

Choline L-Bitartrate

Choline is an essential water-soluble nutrient that plays a key role in cognitive function and cardiovascular strength. Studies show that high levels of Choline, helped improve weight lifting and athletic performance. Subjects taking Choline caffeine beverages had improved cognitive abilities. Some studies have also shown that Choline can improve memory and that Choline can help improve a subject’s attention.

Caffeine

Endurance athletes, in particular, have found caffeine beneficial to performance. When caffeine breaks down, it turns into a few compounds that affect blood flow, fat burning, and oxygen capacity. The effects of caffeine in sports aren’t limited to improving endurance. Research also indicates the benefits of caffeine in strength performance. Studies on the effects of caffeine in strength-power sports or activities, while varied in results and design, suggest that supplementation may help trained strength and power athletes.

Theacrine

Found primarily in the leaves of the plant Camellia assamica var. kucha, theacrine has been a long-standing component in the traditional Chinese tea known as kucha, and now appears in pre-workout and energy drinks. It works a lot like caffeine, helping to boost energy and performance while decreasing fatigue.

Theacrine is good on its own, but when combined with caffeine, the combo can provide all the wonderful benefits of caffeine without unwanted side effects including shakiness, dizziness, elevated heart rate, and elevated blood pressure.

Theacrine can enhance and extend the effects of caffeine. This is great news for anyone sensitive to the side effects of caffeine or who wants to control their daily caffeine consumption.