MuscleTech developed Mass-Tech to bring several different elements of performance enhancement together with a high calorie, high protein source as a means of incurring powerful instances of muscle growth. The ingredient list of Mass-Tech plays out like a supplement award show, with all of the best and brightest contributors to fitness supplementation making an appearance.
The included ingredients begin with high quality protein sources like whey, and end with proprietary blends of highly metabolically active stimulants, vascular dilators, and well respected substances like creatine, each of which was chosen for its ability to work in synergy with the rest.
Hard science drove the decision making process when creating Mass-Tech, and each ingredient is not only proven via anecdotal evidence in the fitness community, but through placebo controlled, highly regulated university based and independent study. This adherence to scientific practices establishes MuscleTech as a supplement producer that puts facts before fallacy, and which creates products that yield results.
While some may take joy in perusing the latest medical journal or scientific research database to determine which specific blend of supplements or food choices will contribute the most to their fitness plan, they will soon find that MuscleTech has already put in the time, efforts which yielded Mass-Tech as the fruits of their research and application labor.
Mass-Tech combines multiple performance enhancing ingredients with complete protein sources and elements designed to improve the ability of the body to recover after high stress exercise, with the key goal being growth of lean tissue during a lean mass gaining phase.
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Creatine needs no seat warmer for its throne as it easily maintains its position of most used performance enhancing supplement globally due to its effectiveness, continual research into uses, and contribution to overall health and well being.
Creatine's main purpose in Mass-Tech is to allow an athlete to lift more and more often, and this effect is owed to creatine's relationship in the ATP cycle of anaerobic respiration.
When engaging in high intensity exercise, the body switches off its standard form of energy harvesting, aerobic respiration, and proceeds to utilize the ATP cycle to provide sufficient levels of energy to power muscular movements.
Unfortunately the ATP cycle is only a short term solution to the creation of high amounts of force, as ATP is converted to inactive ADP, a process which eventually results in muscle failure - and probably cursing because you couldn't finish your set.
The creatine in Mass-Tech allows for instantaneous regeneration of ATP via the donation of phosphate groups by creatine monohydrate molecules. This replenishment of ATP translates into an increase in total force output at any given weight lifted, and a boost to overall recovery in other, primarily aerobic, activities.
As creatine is the most used supplement, whey is the most ingested complete protein source in fitness related activities, a fact that is based around whey's capacity to be absorbed by the body within 15 minutes of ingestion.
This bio availability - the highest for any complete protein source - allows whey to spike insulin and rush amino acids to muscle tissue, both of which are incredibly beneficial to anabolic activity following high intensity exercise.
Whey also has a substantial branched chain amino acid content - again, highest for any complete protein source - and brings other effects on overall well being when consistently consumed.
The individual inclusion of specific branched chain amino acids showcases the conceptual understanding that MuscleTech has where anabolic activity is concerned.
MToR occurs in muscle cells when blood plasma levels of the BCAA leucine reach a critical threshold, and increases protein synthesis by boosting transcription factors which leads to MRNA strands being translated into protein peptides.
Mass-Tech mediated MToR activation allows for incredible efficiency of amino acid utilization, and combines with the presence of a large amount of free amino acids from whey, the high insulin levels caused by whey and the high caloric content of Mass-Tech, and proper consumption in the post workout window, to create anabolic activity that is just short of incredible.
The nitric oxide inducing elements in Mass-Tech include arginine, alanine, and a few other specific amino acids, and function by incurring the "pump" effect in blood vessels that surround muscle tissue.
This "pump" is experienced by athletes whenever sufficiently exhaustive exercise occurs, and is caused by the expansion of capillaries in order to increase blood flow.
The pump experienced after consumption of Mass-Tech works together with exercise induced pumps to improve recovery periods and ensure that muscle tissue is flooded with nutrients in the postprandial window.