Coenzyme A Is "The Master Catalyst" which initiates hundreds of important processes in the body. The most important function performed by Coenzyme A is its initiation of the Krebs or the Tricarboxylic Acid Cycle which produces more than 90% of the energy the human body requires to sustain life.
Creatinol-O-Phosphate is the purest form of biologically active Creatine which includes the Phosphate attachment as found endogenous in the human body the closest storage being next to the fast twitch muscle fibers.
We are now introducing a revolutionary technological breakthrough in athletic performance enhancing supplementation by the Biochemical Interfusion of the CoA, the C-O-P, and the KREB'S Cycle Intermediates.
The attributes thereof being of the enhanced support of the cardiovascular function. The dramatic increase in VO2-max and oxygen availability. The neutralizing and buffering effects of Hydrogen Ions and therefore lactic acid. Increased Muscular Energy and Endurance work capacity, while extending the time to pre-exhaustion.Coenzyme-A and Creatinol-O-Phosphate - The Gateway to ATP ProductionTM
Glycogen is the main energy source for high intensity exercise. It is converted through many steps to enter the ATP cycle (also called TCA or Krebs cycle) to produce ATP, the basic biological energy source. In the anaerobic metabolism of intense exercise, these pre-ATP steps must be taken without additional oxygen. A crucial junction is the conversion of pyruvate (from glycogen) to Acetyl Coenzyme-A, where glycogen's fuel enters the ATP cycle. If the cell lacks Coenzyme-A and the necessary nutrients to form Acetyl Coenzyme-A, pyruvate will be changed into lactate. Lactate must be reconverted or transported to the liver for processing through the Cori cycle. Researchers point to the build up of lactate in the blood and within the muscle cells as a possible indication of fatigue and reduced ability of the cells to produce energy and control muscle function. An excessive build up of lactate results in sore and stiff muscles. Coenzyme ATM and Pure CreatinolTM contain a balanced combination of substrates that are used by the body to manufacture and utilize Coenzyme-A and Acetyl Coenzyme-A to convert pyruvate into energy during anaerobic metabolism. And therefore provide additional ATP for increase in muscular performance and endurance during intense physical activity.Additional Bonus: Coenzyme-A and Lipid Metabolism:
Acetyl Coenzyme-A performs a double duty by supplying key nutrients athlete's need to release energy both anaerobically (from glycogen) and from fats during aerobic metabolism (metabolism that takes place in the presence of oxygen). One of the main pathways to releasing energy from fats during aerobic metabolism produces the fatty acid alpha-ketoglutarate. Like pyruvate, alpha-ketoglutarate must be converted before it can be used in the ATP cycle. Alpha-ketoglutarate must first be transported by Carnitine to the inner mitochondrial membrane where energy production and fat burning take place. If a proper balance of Acetyl Coenzyme-A, + Acyl- L-Carnitine and the other vital nutrient cofactors and substrates that are needed to form Acyl-Acetyl Coenzyme-A are not properly maintained then fatty acids can not be converted into energy. The nutrients supplied by Acetyl Coenzyme-ATM and Pure CreatinolTM help the cells efficiently deliver fuel from aerobic and anaerobic metabolism to the ATP cycle for extreme energy release. Because the human body can rapidly absorb these nutrients, Coenzyme-ATM and Muscular EnduranceTM can be taken by an athlete shortly before a workout or sport performance to provide extra metabolic power when they need it the most.
ATP is the human body's primary energy source. Therefore it provides the sufficient energy to fuel muscular contractions and also to repair muscle tissues.
Creatinol-O-Phosphate acts as a carrier of the essential phosphates in which it donates to the creation of ADP (Adenosine Diphosphate) in order to make additional ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate) thus much more energy. This process is further enhanced by the KREB'S Cycle Intermediates that are additionally included in our proprietary formulas.
This Interfusion between the Coenzyme A, the Creatinol-O-Phosphate and the Kreb's Cycle Intermediates synergistically turbo-charge's the processes of creating abundant ATP for explosive energy and increased muscular endurance and overall unsurpassed cardiovascular benefits.
Intense exercise such as sprinting or racing involves an anaerobic component that can lead to a significant reduction of ATP, including the buildup of lactic acid and an increase of tissue acidity. Acidity can normally be buffered by the human body, but high levels of physical stress can rapidly produce quantities of lactic acid and overwhelm the body. The resulting excess of acidity may lead to premature muscle fatigue. A tremendous buildup of lactic acid occurs whenever inadequate supplies of oxygen create a hypoxic condition and thus preventing the complete Aerobic metabolism of glucose and glycogen. As a result ATP cannot be generated in adequate amounts therefore it causes the skeletal muscles to weaken, become fatigued and less efficient in their ability to contract. Additionally the accumulation of large amounts of metabolic waste of anaerobic metabolism byproducts can dramatically lower the intracellular ph. Which intern also inhibits muscular contractions. This condition will eventually lead to acidosis. Accumulatively metabolic waste byproducts such as Hydrogen Ions also interfere with muscular contractions and ATP energy production and release. Thus metabolic fatigue from exercise occurs when the muscles demand for ATP has outstripped the cellular production capacity. Chronic acidosis in muscles also causes a negative nitrogen balance and the loss of muscle protein.Coenzyme-A and Creatinol-O-Phosphate formula the Anti-Fatigue Resolution:
We are now introducing an entirely different and very innovative way to dramatically increase intracellular ATP production while increasing physical performance and reducing fatigue. This is done by a natural chemical buffering process of Hydrogen Ions and lactic acid. The end result is the prevention of intracellular acidosis from producing fatigue and muscle cell breakdown.
Creatinol-O-Phosphate, Beta Alanine and mineral Phosphates are the most effective intracellular buffers. Collectively these intracellular buffers have extensively scientifically proven themselves to effectively increase the buffering capacity of the body while dramatically enhancing athletic performance. Potassium, Sodium and Magnesium Phosphates are alkaline salts of phosphor, which not only act as lactic acid buffers but also work in many ways to increase athletic endurance and energy. One metabolic pathway is by increasing the concentrations of 2,3-DPG (Diphosphoglycerate) in red blood cells which in turn speeds up the release of oxygen from hemoglobin to the working muscles. Another essential biological process is that mineral phosphate supplementation helps in the enhancement of the phosphorylation process of Creatine to the biologically active form Creatine Phosphate in order to reform into ATP and thus increase energy, strength and stamina.