Spill the beans.... I haven't seen a whole lot of positive feedback on ATP as a supplement. How is this different from the rest?
We will spills the beans shortly..but the product is based around sublingual delivery. The major issue with straight ATP was the qualty of the raw material you were receiving and how people were marketing it..ie powders and pills.
We have been playing with this item for about 4 months now..and no one who trains in our office will workout with out it. Originally i was against rollign it out because it is such a basic product that any company could come in and knock us off but our employees were so amped about it and what it did we decided to drop it and not worry about the knock off artists. I think people will really really like this item.
alright what? what is atp? is this simply adrenosine triphosphate?
yea, considered adding some things to it? Anyway, what are the people in your office experiencing? I assume increased reps and endurance...
How does this affect creatine supplementation? In terms of energy production is it more of a synergism with creatine or a replacement?
Would you guys be awesome enough to maybe not use any artificial sweeteners like sucralose, aspartame and acusulfame-k and go an extra step to use stevia? or even Stevia with another natural substance like Xylitol. Im sure many people would be grateful as it would show you guys care for your customers well-being. Many thanks
Ok the product is available at NP. Now spill the beans!
Picked some up....
I want some info too. It was 11 bucks so just checked it out.
Unless I'm mistaken, it's a rebranded version of 5'-Triphosphate Disodium "Peak ATP" that typically costs $0.25 for 125 mg from Swansons.
Hopefully, I'm wrong and Palo Alto has done something to justify the cost.
Google "Peak ATP" for reviews.
There is no mention of "Peak ATP" on the label suggesting it was licensed. This looks like it is a rip off of the PATENTED Peak ATP. So I think you Palo Alto guys have some explaining to do because if this is the case, you all are in some deep ****.
Is this the same company that had a viagra analogue in their aspire products?
I am definitely interested in this product, and for $12 at nutra am going to try in combo with creatine. The main reason for my interest is I trust Andrew732's reviews and they sound pretty good. With that being said, atp, even with sublingual delivery has been around for a while, smaller companies though, but atp never really took off. It could be overlooked, as I said smaller company's offered sublingual atp, not really ones that your avg lifter would use though, so that could be why it is overlooked in our community. I do agree on the drop in price though, at $1 per pill, honestly ridiculous, at closer to .50 per pill, much better, and it should stay that price.
I don't think anyone would misbrand a patened product without license and quadruple the price. Something is missing. It must be a different formula.
Someone is either on vacation or consulting the legal department.
So if a majority of our research studies are financed by large corporations, then where does that leave us? Do not take research findings as "gospel".