I wanted to give it a try because CEE isnt working up to its hype for me, so i mainly wanted to try the TriCreatine Malate, is their any other recomended supplements to take during this one...is there a loading stage... and can i just drink this with water or is it like mono??? thanks for the replies GIO
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Why TriCreatine Malate?
TriCreatine Malate is a revolutionary innovation in creatine supplementation, because it combines creatine with Malic Acid, which stimulates the production of ATP in the body. ATP (adenosine triphosphate) is the major fuel or energy source for the body. TriCreatine is the most bioavailable and soluble forms of creatine, far more effective than all previous versions of creatine, including creatine citrate.
During exhaustive exercise, like weight training, ATP releases the energy, which fuels muscle contractions. So the more ATP you have available in your body, the more energy your body will have for intense training. The problem is that during intense exercise glycolysis (the breakdown of sugar for energy) is inhibited. This means the body is not able to use stored carbohydrates as energy very easily. This is why you often get suddenly exhausted in the middle of your workout and find your strength levels rapidly declining. When this occurs your body will unfortunately switch over to muscle as a source of energy-which means catabolism/muscle breakdown. That's bad news.
Fortunately, Malic acid overcomes this problem because its primary function is to enable glycolysis so that sugar can be easily and quickly broken down for energy. This way muscle mass is not only preserved but more will be built. TriCreatine Malate, the bonding of Malic acid with Creatine, is the ideal compound for providing energy for workouts and preventing muscle from ever being used as an energy source. Plus, it is highly soluble, which means you will absorb it rapidly and completely, which is critical.
TriCreatine Malate 3.5grams - is a compound made from creatine monohydrate and malic acid. The substance is so named because the compound is made from three creatine molecules attached to one molecule of malic acid. It therefore has a much higher bioavailability than regular creatine monohydrate. Creatine monohydrate, one of the substances that forms the compound TriCreatine malate, is derived from glycine, arginine and methionine and helps to produce and circulate ATP (adenosine tri-phosphate) that is responsible for muscular contraction. Malic acid is involved in the Krebs energy cycle as an intermediate substance, and helps to provide energy to the body. When malic acid and creatine monohydrate form the compound Tricreatine malate, the resulting product is more water-soluble than regular creatine monohydrate, eliminates the possibility of gastric disruption, and is more efficient at efficaciously impacting the ATP cycle.
Arginine Alpha-Ketoglutarate (AKG) 2grams - Arginine is a semi-essential amino acid. It is a building block of protein that performs a myriad of physiological functions. It is a known precursor of the gas nitric oxide N02.Arginine is necessary for the execution of many physiological processes. These physiological processes include hormone secretion, an increase in growth hormone output, the removal of toxic waste products from the body, and immune system defenses.
L-Taurine 2grams - is the second most abundant amino acid in the muscle amino acid pool (after glutamine) - so the door is open for claims to be made for a wide variety of potential physiological and metabolic functions. Taurine has "cell volumizing" effects similar to (or synergistic with) creatine, whereby it may help boost cell hydration and result in a higher rate of protein synthesis. Taurine has been shown to be involved in many important physiological processes such as osmoregulation (control of water balance), antioxidant actions (free radical quenching), cell membrane structure, and most importantly for us the control of muscular contractions.
N-Acetyl-Glutamine (NAG) 1gram - is the most abundant amino acid in the body comprising approximately half of the free amino acids in the blood and muscle. N-Acetyl-L-Glutamine is the acetylated version of L-Glutamine and technically known as an acetylated Glutamine analogue. NAG is more stable in water and metabolically efficient at delivering glutamine's biological effects over conventional Glutamine or Glutamine Peptides.
Citrulline Malate (2:1 ratio) 500mg - is a non-essential amino acid and plays a role in nitrogen balance and metabolic processes. Citrulline malate improves aerobic performance and capacity by influencing lactic acid metabolism and reducing fatigue. Citrulline Malate works by powering ATP (major energy source for muscles) production and by eliminating metabolic pollutants such as Lactic Acid and Ammonia from the blood. Citrulline stimulates energy, boosts the immune system, is metabolized to form L-Arginine and as a result regulate Nitric Oxide production, and detoxifies ammonia, which damages living cells. Citrulline Malate also aids in recovery. Subsequent to exercise, muscle levels of creatine phosphate are reduced and it takes some time for levels to be re-elevated. The more Creatine Phosphate your muscles have the stronger and better able to perform they will be. Citrulline Malate stimulates phosphocreatine recovery after exercise, meaning faster recuperation between workouts, and muscles that are primed for growth and your next training session.
Vitamin B-3 50mg - is involved in the proper functioning of more than 200 metabolic enzymes, it plays a role in a wide range of bodily processes, including synthesis of hormones and blood cells and the release of energy from fats, carbohydrates and proteins.
Vitamin B-6 25mg - Is the master vitamin for processing amino acids-the building blocks of all proteins and some hormones.
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