Mitochondrial Activator 17
Give your 110%…easily
Our new powerful product, Mitochondrial Activator 17, is here to stay as the most powerful product for pure cellular energy production.
Run faster, Jump Higher, Last longer, lift more with this unique supplement from Strength & Conditioning Nutrition UK.
A unique combination of the highest quality available ingredients, all combined together so you can GO BEYOND YOUR LIMITS.
17 more super strong ingredients with an amazing synergistic action, all working perfectly together to make even the most skeptical to try this innovative performance & endurance enhancing sports nutrition supplement.
- INCREASES PEAK POWER PERFORMANCE & ENDURANCE
- DELAYS EXHAUSTION TIME, FATIGUE & LACTIC ACID SYNTHESIS
- IMPROVES ANAEROBIC & AEROBIC THRESHOLD AND CAPACITY
- IMPROVES REACTION TIME & EXPLOSIVE STRENGTH
- ENHANCES ATP SYNTHESIS & ENERGY PRODUCTION
- IMPROVES COORDINATION AND CNS FUNCTION DURING TRAINING
- IMPROVES GLYCOLYSIS & ATP-CP ENERGY MECHANISM
- IMPROVES OXYGEN TRANSPORTATION TO CELLS
- INCREASES THE MITICHONDRIAL BIOGENESIS PROCCES FOR HIGHER MITOCHONDRIAL DENSITY
What is cellular energy?
Our bodies contain trillions of cells. Inside each of them are huge numbers of tiny, energy-producing power plants called “mitochondria”.
Mitochondria convert the food we eat and the air we breathe into “ATP”, a special type of fuel that powers our cells, and in turn, us. From blinking to thinking, walking to talking, we use ATP for almost everything we do. Healthy mitochondria produce enormous amounts of ATP and at the same time, ATP provides the enormous amounts of energy for the processes and reactions that help keep our cells healthy and vital.
To give you an idea of our bodies’ ATP energy requirements, scientists estimate that a single human brain cell requires ten million ATP molecules per second to carry out its tasks.
Mitochondria – The Powerhouse Of The Cell
How Mitochondria Function to Help Produce Energy
As athletes, you all know about oxygen and carbohydrates (sugar). The mitochondria take both of these ingredients, also called substrates, and use them to produce the energy (product) that makes your heartbeat and your muscles perform. Glucose (the form of sugar found in our blood stream) is repackaged inside the complex internal structure of the mitochondria into two key components: pyruvate and Nicotinic Adenine Dinucleotide (NADH). These two chemicals are now transported into the central part of the organelle where, in the presence of oxygen (this is of primary importance), they are used to produce ATP (adenosine triphosphate). ATP is a nifty little chemical that is essentially the energy currency (think money, not electricity) of the cell. This all happens via the Krebs Cycle.
How ATP Functions
Now that I have piqued your interest and you are starting to wonder exactly how that ATP helps you turn the pedals and stride the miles, let’s talk about what ATP actually does. Inside your muscle cell there are tiny little fibrils (essentially filaments of protein) called Actin and Myosin. The complex physical interaction of these fibrils will be the topic of another article, but in the meantime it’s just important to understand that ATP binds to the myosin fibril and causes the muscle to contract (be it skeletal or cardiac). To give you an idea of how important ATP is, Rigor mortis ensues when your body is no longer able to supply ATP to your working muscle cells. If you have ever bonked in a race it was a result of your muscle cells being depleted of glucose, oxygen, and ATP.
Production of energy for your working muscles is an extremely complex biochemical recipe, but it can all be boiled down to the simple ingredients of sugar, oxygen, and calcium. Sugar supplies the basic building blocks (remember pyruvate and NADH) that the mitochondria use to produce ATP in the presence of oxygen (the whole process is called oxidative phosphorylation). Calcium is essential to transformation of glucose into the pyruvate and NADH as well as the interaction of the myofibrils myosin and actin mentioned above.
The Importance of Oxygen
This process is completely dependent on the presence of oxygen as it represents aerobic respiration inside your working muscle cells. Hopefully, this gets started thinking about your heart rate monitor. Your working muscles use glucose to produce ATP at a rate 13 times higher in the presence of oxygen than when oxygen is not readily available. If your heart rate monitor alarm is screaming because you’re exceeding your lactate threshold it won’t be long before you bonk.
Now here is the best part – exercise actually results in mitochondrial proliferation within muscle cells. What this means is that by exercising, you are essentially asking your body to provide you with more energy and it responds by revving up its own cellular machinery. The Australian Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology published a fascinating article that explains this in more detail if you’re looking for an in depth publication on the subject.
Run faster, Jump Higher, Last longer, lift more for much longer.. with this unique supplement from Strength & Conditioning Nutrition UK.
A unique combination of the highest quality available ingredients, all combined together so you can GO BEYOND YOUR LIMITS.
17 super strong ingredients with an amazing synergistic action, all working perfectly together to satisfy even the most dificult-to-satisfy athlete, as the benefits of this innovative performance & endurance enhancing sports nutrition supplement are beyong imagination.
Performance Enhancing – Pharmaceutical Purity – Active Ingredients 94%:
Disodium Adenosine TriPhosphate TriHydrate*:
- Boosts Muscular Excitability® (US patent from http://www.peakatp.com)
- Increases Total Strength by 147%
- Increases Power by 30%
- Reduces Muscular Fatigue
- Improves Blood Flow Up to 54% (US patent from http://www.peakatp.com)
*Disodium Adenosine TriPhosphate Trihydrate a high bioavailable and very effective form of ATP. Simple ATP supplementations seem not to increase performance.
NADH + UBIQUINOL:
- Fatigue and tiredness, chronic fatigue syndrome
- Contributes in cellular energy production
- Decreases Reaction Time (Better Explossive Strength)
- Improves Mental Alertness
- Increases peak power performance
- Improves coordination and CNS function during training
- Improves Sport Skills
- Improves Anaerobic & Aerobic threshold and capacity
- Prevents Rhabdomyolsis
- Improves ATP-CP Energy system for over 50%
- Provides energy via Krebs Cycle
- Contributes in Important metabolic reactions:
- Glucose ⇔ Alanine cycle
- pyruvate ⇒ AcetylCoA
- Pyruvate ⇒ Oxaloacetate
- Pyruvate ⇔ Lactate
- Improves Athletic Endurance
- Spares Glycogen Storages
- Increases ATP re-synthesis
- Enhances Muscle Power & Strength
- Improves Muscle Tolerance to high intensity exercise
- Improves Recovery
- Delays Exhaustion time and post-exercise exhaustion
- Enhances Endurance
RIBOFLAVIN 5′ PHOSPHATE:
- The most active form of B2 & B6 Vitamins
- Improve Energy Production via Carbs & Fats breakdown
- Enhance Oxygen Delivery
- Boost Immune System
- Reduce Inflammation
- Healthies Lungs
- Healthy Red Blood Cell Formation
- Synergistic to Magnesium
THIAMINE HCL (COCARBOXYLASE):
- Delays Fatigue in a prolonged training session
- Delays the production of Lactic Acid
- Important for Peripheral Nerve Conduction
- Works Like CoEnzyme for:
- Pyruvate Dehydrogenase reaction
- Alpha-KetoGlutarate Dehydrogenase reaction
- BCAA’s Dehydrogenase reaction
- Metabolizes Glucose
- Helps in ATP Production
- Important for AcetylCholine and GABA production
Phosphatidylserine is a phospholipid that is a component of cell membranes in your body. It’s been associated with a number of benefits, from improving brain function to boosting immune support. Evidence also suggests that taking phosphatidylserine during times of stress, such as exercise, may help keep cortisol levels under control
- Helps boost exercise capacity & improve athletic performance
- Very Important for Cellular Function in the Brain
- Boosts memory and cognitive function
SODIUM PHOSPHATE TRIBASIC:
- Increases aerobic capacity
- Increases peak power output
- Increases anaerobic threshold
- Improves myocardial & cardiovascular responses to exercise.
- Increases Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) & Phosphocreatine (PCr) Synthesis
Quercetin is 1 100% natural ingredient, it is a flavonol, which is a sub-category of flavonoids.
Flavonoids are a particular chemical in plants, called phytonutrients, and have a wide range of health benefits.
Humans cannot make quercetin in their body, but many fruits, vegetables, and drinks contain it.
- Fighting free radicals
- Reducing inflammation
- Relieving allergy & Athma symptoms
Some studies show that athletes who consumed quercetin before their race, had a much faster recovery, less post-race cramps, reduced fatigue, less post-race pains, better breating and lower heart beats than they used to.
- Activate your metabolism (glycolisis & Lipolysis)
- Increase your sport performance
- Increase your VO2Max
- Improve your endurance
- Have a healthier heart & brain
- Recover faster after hard workouts
- Deliver fat to your muscles and gain lean mass
- Improve your Testosterone levels
- Detoxify your body
Inositol is a vitamin-like substance that is produced naturally in the body. Although supplementation is popular, before increasing the amount of inositol in your diet, it is best to understand what it can do.
Inositol is a pseudo-vitamin chemical compound, which was earlier known as vitamin B8 and considered part of the B complex vitamins. However, once it was discovered that our body can make its own inositol, it was no longer considered a true vitamin. Inositol is a sugar alcohol with six hydroxyl groups, and myo-inositol is what this sugar alcohol is converted to in the brain.
Some health conditions cause the body to produce less of this compound, so supplementation is occasionally required. That being said, you can also eat certain foods to increase your levels, such as brown rice, citrus fruits, nuts, wheat germ, green leafy vegetables, cereals, soy flour, and whole grain bread. Lecithin granules and other sources of lecithin are also great sources of this vitamin-like substance.
Inositol is found in high concentrations in the brain where it works closely with various and therefore, is most commonly associated with neural functions. While this is the main aspect of health linked to this chemical, there are many other impressive health benefits you can enjoy by ensuring you have enough of it in your diet.
The most impressive health benefits of inositol include the following:
- Treating anxiety disorders
- Maintaining hormone levels
- Treating ’s
- Weight loss
- Treating diabetes
Niacinamide + Niacin: 2 types of B3 for mindblowing results!
Niacin is a form of Vitamin B3 which has a numerous benefits both for sport performance and health.
Niacin & Niacinamide are both B3 but with different absorption and action time.
It helps your body metabolize the fats from bloods, giving you a huge amount of energy while you burn fat.
Also, it helps athlete to reduce the tiredness feeling and have less fatigue after a demanding and long training.
Net weight: Powder: 116g Capsules: 4.96g
Red Fruit flavor
For normal and high intensity training sessions less than 90 minutes choοse 10 NADH capsules option:
Mix 2 scoops (11,6g) to 150ml of room temperature water. Consume the liquid mix, together with a NADH capsule, 40 minutes before your training or physical activity.
For normal intensity training sessions over 90 minutes choοse 20 NADH capsules option:
Mix 1 scoop (5.8g) to 100ml of room temperature water.
Consume the liquid mix, together one NADH capsule, 40 minutes before your training or physical activity.
Repeat (5.8g/100ml + 1 NADH capsule) 10 minutes after you start training
For high intensity training sessions over 90 minutes chοose 40 NADH capsules option:
Mix 1 scoop (5.8g) to 150ml of room temperature water.
Consume the liquid mix, together with 2 NADH capsules, 40 minutes before your training or physical activity
Repeat (5.8g/100ml + 2 NADH capsules) 10 minutes after you start training
D-Ribose, Maltodextrin, Phosphatidylserine (SOYA), L-Ornithine Alphaketoglutarate, L-Carnitine Tartrate, FLavour, Kaneka QHTM Ubiquinol (CoEnzyme-Q10), Calcium Pyruvate, Magnesium Bisglycinate, Jelucel (cellulose fiber), Vitamin B3 (nicotinamide), Inositol, Dicalcium Phosphate, Silicon Dioxide, Quercetin dry Extract (Sophorae Japonica, flower), Vitamin B3 (niacin), Sucralose, Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate (Vitamin B6), Akesulfame-K, Bioperine® (Black Pepper Dry Extract 95% (piper nigrum, fruit), Vitamin B1 (Thiamine Hydrochloride). Capsule: Maltodextrin, Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose, gellan gum and E-171 colorant, stabilized disodium NADH, Anti-caking agent (magnesium stearate).
Note: Supplements with high concentration in active ingredients and no preservatives, may turn from powder form to solid form. This is a natural effect of ingredients which are extra sensitive in humidity. Try to consume the product 20-30 days after opening. Keep in a dry and cool place always with the lid well closed. Do not use wet hands or tools to take the scoop from inside the tube.
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