Conditionally essential amino acid. Although it’s not incorporated into
muscle proteins taurine is the second most abundant free amino acid in
the muscle after glutamine. Involved in eliciting cell volumization
through its effect on osmoregulation, thereby influencing anabolic
Testosterone: The principal male hormone and the most basic anabolic steroid.
Thermogenic: Fat burning by means of raising metabolism and body temperature.
Vitamin B1. Enhances circulation, carbohydrate metabolism, and
digestion. Also plays a role in brain function and has positive effects
on energy, appetite, and growth. Deficiencies result in loss of
appetite, muscle atrophy, poor circulation, and general weakness.
Thick: Big from front to back. Extreme muscle density.
Essential amino acid. Helps in maintaining proper protein balance in
the body. Enhances the immune system by aiding in the production of
Traps: Trapezius. The muscles that connect your neck to your shoulders.
Tricreatine Malate: 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.
Essential amino acid. Used by the brain to produce serotonin and
melatonin which are both is responsible for normal sleep. Also is
important in enhancing the release of growth hormone.
Turmeric: Extracted from
the dried root of the plant curcuma longa. Its active ingredient is
curcumin. Helps to fight free radicals, protect the liver against
toxins, aids circulation, and has strong anti-inflammatory properties.
Non-essential amino acid. Needed for the production of various
neurotransmitters, which regulate mood, stimulate metabolism and
nervous system. Important in the formation of active thyroid hormones.