Creatine Monohydrate: serves to increase creatine stores and phosphocreatine availability in the body, resulting in faster ATP formation. Bottom line, the more phosphocreatine you have, the more work you can accomplish before fatigue sets in. A secondary function of creatine is to draw water into muscle cells, making them more hydrated. When muscle cells are hydrated a few things happen, the most notable being an increase in protein synthesis. The action of drawing water into the cell can also make their muscles look bigger or fuller.
Beta-Alanine: lies mostly in its ability to raise muscle carnosine concentrations. In fact, beta- alanine is the limiting amino acid in carnosine synthesis, meaning that its presence in the bloodstream is directly tied to muscle carnosine levels. Beta-alanine is also famous for producing a certain “tingle”. Beta-alanine also offers real performance benefits.
Cyclic Dextrin: which is a new form of carbohydrate that is extremely beneficial for fitness and sports enthusiasts. Dextrin is more soluble and is absorbed more easily by the body than any other carb source and is considered far superior source of carbs compared to other types of GI carbs like maltodextrin and dextrose as it provides a sustained increase in energy levels without causing spikes in the blood glucose and/or insulin levels. Dextrin is an excellent source of energy which is essential during athletic performance or workouts.
L-Citrulline or Citrulline: Malate: in the body, citrulline acts as an arginine precursor, meaning it's used in the production of arginine. Arginine helps stimulate nitric-oxide (NO) production, which acts as a vasodilator to open up blood vessels and increase blood flow to muscle.
L-Leucine: Improves muscle recovery. Exercise leads to branched-chain amino acid (BCAA) breakdown, especially in the muscles BCAAs help protein synthesis and prevent protein degradation, which in turn helps prevent muscle fatigue and soreness.
Arginine alpha-ketoglutarate (AAKG): is a salt of the amino acid arginine and alpha-Ketoglutaric acid. Nitric oxide supplements usually contain arginine alpha-ketoglutarate, which purportedly increases and maintains a high level of nitric oxide in muscles. In theory, the production of nitric oxide from the supplemental arginine promotes vasodilation (dilation of blood vessels, which in theory may make you look vascular [veiny]), which increases blood flow, oxygen transport, and delivery of nutrients to skeletal muscle during resistance training. This purportedly results in dramatic increases in muscle size and strength.
Caffeine: increase alertness, sharpen focus, improve mood, improve tolerance for pain caused by exercise, help burn fat, and help athletes do more work for longer periods in the gym and in sport.
Theobromine: is a naturally occurring alkaloid that is a close chemical relative of caffeine. In the world of bodybuilding, it could help to improve workout intensity as well as being a natural diuretic.
Epiandrosterone: also commonly known as “Epi-Andro” is an anabolic compound which converts into the natural male hormone “DiHydroTestosterone” or “Stanolone”. DHT is 5 times more Androgenic than testosterone.