What is ATP TOR®?Behind the ATP TOR® brand name lies a proprietary, clinically validated formula, which has been especially developed to increase strength. Body Attack ATP TOR® stands for adenosine 5 triphosphate, which provides the body with a special form of adenosine triphosphate (in short ATP).
ATP is responsible for the output of energy in the body and is also called cell fuel or muscle fuel. Without ATP no intensive charges could take place in the body.
In the energy metabolism, ATP can be obtained from carbohydrates, proteins, fats, and creatine. The ATP stores in the muscular system are, however, limited. Accordingly ATP as an energy supplier must be repeatedly formed or supplied from the outside. Body Attack ATP TOR® provides such an option. The proprietary PEAK ATP® formula is well absorbed by the body, can raise ATP levels, and can indirectly support the production of ATP in the muscle cells.
What exactly is ATP?
ATP (= adenosine triphosphate) is a molecule, more precisely a compound of adenosine and three phosphate molecules. Through the splitting of the high-energy ATP phosphate energy is released and the prerequisite for muscular contraction and hence every kind of bodily movement is produced.
In addition it is well-known from specialist literature and science that ATP regulates the influx of calcium and glucose. Both nutrients activate growing signals in the muscle cells, which in turn further advance the production of ATP in the muscle energy metabolism.
The connection between ATP and creatine
Creatine can be counted among the most popular supplements in the area of recreational and professional sports. In the context of short-term, intense physical activity Creatine demonstrably increases physical performance. To this end it should be taken daily (three grams) and over a period of several weeks.
By using creatine, ATP can be formed in a matter of seconds. In a nutshell that means that creatine ATP provides increasingly phosphates, as a result of which, in chemical terms, adenosine diphosphate (ADP) is converted into adenosine triphosphate (ATP). The more creatine substrate is available, the faster ATP can be regenerated and reproduced during and after intensive exertions. This complex metabolic process has a major impact upon the development of energy and power in the muscles.