Hazard Core Ashes DMAA Pre-workout for demanding consumers, based on 4 complexes: the first one based on nitric oxide to increase the intensity of the so-called muscle pump; the second – a complex that increases ATP – that is, the energy produced by cells for all body activities (especially training ones), the third – a complex supporting cognitive functions; the fourth – a complex of electrolytes and vitamins necessary for the optimal functioning of the body. Hazard Core Ashes DMAA includes:
The first complex (based on nitrogen oxides):
Beta-alanine – one of the best researched dietary supplements for athletes. Beta-alanine supplementation increases exercise capacity, endurance during training, and thus the quality of its performance and the impact on the effects. It protects against the so-called muscle collapse due to exhaustion of energy reserves.
Arginine ketoglutarate – arginine alpha-ketoglutarate supporting the synthesis of nitric oxide. It is a form of an effective amino acid, characterized by one of the best digestibility. It is one of the three forms of arginine used in the complex.
Arginine nitrate – another form of arginine, apart from arginine alpha-ketoglutarate, with an equally good digestibility for the body. It has an anti-clotting effect, increases blood flow, supports the formation of new blood vessels. It improves efficiency by increasing the oxygen capacity
Arginine silicate (stabilized with inositol) – the third form of arginine enriched with the use of inositol. Known as a nitric oxide booster, it promotes increased blood flow in the body, supporting blood circulation and improving training performance.
Citrulline malate – the combination of citrulline with malic acid increases the absorption of this amino acid. This is very important because citrulline has a very positive effect on the work of the circulatory system and increased blood flow, which results in a high level of blood supply to the body. GPLC (Glycine Propionyl-L-Carnitine) – Hazard Core has implemented three different types of carnitine into the complex. The compound affects the dilatation of blood vessels, blood flow and transport to the muscles. In one study, it was found that GPLC provides an increased ability of the body (in this case, strength training men) to work anaerobically with a reduced amount of lactate stored.
ALC (Acetyl-L-Carnitine) – apart from vasodilation, ALC accelerates muscle regeneration after training and reduces their soreness. Thus, it guarantees the possibility of using the next training unit in a faster time, without damaging the muscle tissue. What’s more, it affects the transport of fat to the mitochondria and their oxidation, where they are then a form of energy to be used for work (intense exercise) – having an impact on reducing body fat.
L-carnitine tartrate – the third form of carnitine, in combination with the above two forms a very beneficial complex. It is an amino acid that is an antioxidant with benefits for fat burning. What’s more, it reduces the level of blood lipids, affecting overall health.
The second complex – ATP
Creatine malate – one of the four forms of creatine used to create the ATP complex. Creatine malate provides strength gains without excessive subcutaneous water retention. It shows high bioavailability and is quickly absorbed into the bloodstream.
Creatine hydrochloride (creatine HCL) – the purest form of creatine, the most studied. Recommended as an anabolic for athletes. It increases the efficiency of the muscular system by neutralizing lactic acid and positively influencing regeneration.
Creatine nitrate – is formed from the combination of nitrate with a creatine molecule. It provides a larger muscle pump and shows excellent bioavailability.
Creatine phosphate – the fourth form of creatine, phosphorylated. Its task is to transfer the phosphate group to ADP – then ATP (which is an energy carrier) is formed. It contributes to the increased efficiency of the body as well as the improvement of exercise capacity.
Agmatine sulfate – enhances the effect of the muscle pump, increasing blood flow, is involved in many metabolic reactions, and has neuroprotective and antidepressant properties.
Glycerin Monostearate (GMS) – Glycerin is a water-insoluble and emulsifying compound. It prevents water retention in the body.
Beta-cyclodextrin – a substance from the dextrin group, acts as a carrier of compounds. Thus, it affects the improvement of assimilated compounds.
L-taurine – a non-protein amino acid with comprehensive action, supporting the synthesis of nitric oxide and ATP (energy carrier).
The third complex – cognitive abilities
N-acetyl-L-tyrosine (NAT / NALT) – improves cognitive abilities and focus, reduces the body’s sensitivity to stress – supporting the body’s adaptive abilities to stress. Its action is therefore decisive for athletes who subject their bodies to high “exploitation” during strenuous training sessions.
Glucuronolactone – an organic compound contained in lactones, can accelerate metabolism and improve liver function. It stimulates insulin, which may help to prevent the accumulation of adipose tissue. It has a positive effect on cognitive functions, focus and concentration.
Methylxanthine anhydrous – an alkaloid that supports the nervous system, has an effect on the expansion of the bronchi, allowing the body to take in more air (including oxygen).
Dimethylaminoethanol (DMAE) – This compound occurs naturally in the body in the brain. DMAE can boost performance, support memory, and improve mood. Another feature is the ability to reduce wrinkles. It is an intermediate in endogenous choline synthesis structurally similar to it. It is one of the nootropic substances and drugs that stimulate the central nervous system with mild stimulating properties.
3’7-dihydro-3’7-dimethyl-1h-purine-2’6-dione – belongs to the same group of compounds as caffeine. That is why it adds energy, improves mood and focus, reduces fatigue and the feeling of exhaustion.
DMAA and DMHA – These are the two most powerful stimulant compounds that give you energy immediately. Thanks to them, training is possible in the most demanding conditions.
DMAA provides a stimulating effect, reducing fatigue to a minimum. DMAA is one of the most important stimulating substances. In addition, it also works as a fat burner. It provides a strong increase in energy, concentration and stimulation.
DMHA is similar in structure to DMAA, DMBA (amp-citrate), and tuaminoheptane (2-aminoheptane), all of which are considered sympathomimetic stimulants or psychostimulants. 2-Aminoisoheptane compounds are known as monoamine releasing agents, which are compounds with the ability to increase dopamine and norepinephrine levels. They are responsible for exerting many of the typical effects induced by stimulants – including nootropic effects, euphoria, wakefulness (alertness), and increased motivation to act. For a compound to function as a releasing agent, it must be structurally and metabolically related to the classical monoamine neurotransmitters. In the case of DMAA and its structural relatives such as DMHA, they share a common structure and are able to release both dopamine and norepinephrine by activating trace amine-bound receptor 1 while temporarily preventing their reuptake into the presynaptic nerve. This stops their ability to bind to target receptors, maintaining the activity of dopamine and norepinephrine for longer, thus producing a stimulating effect.
AMP citrate – shows stimulating properties as it mimics the effects of the release of dopamine, norepinephrine and adrenaline. Increases alertness and motivation to act.
β-methylphenethylamine (BMPEA) – BMPEA is a natural substance, comparable to amphetamines because it strongly increases cognitive and performance abilities. It is a chemical that energizes the body by increasing blood pressure and increasing heart rate. It has a stimulating effect on the brain.
Synephrine HCL and methylsnephrine – have a similar effect, because they strongly stimulate the nervous system and energize. They have a positive effect on the conversion of fat into energy (stimulate the work of metabolism), what is more, they increase the synthesis of adrenaline and norepinephrine.
Methyl hordenine HCL – a compound that stimulates and stimulates the nervous system, it also has antibacterial properties. N-methyl-tyramine – a compound thanks to which the body efficiently breaks down fat in fat cells, and also participates in the production of energy, thanks to which its operation is effective.
Octopamine HCL – a substance contained in bitter orange that positively affects the work of the brain and nervous system. Supports the improvement of sports performance.
Alpha-GPC – is a form of choline with high bioavailability. It transforms into acetylcholine in the brain, which is a neurotransmitter supporting the development of cognitive functions and also positively influencing memory improvement. Alpha GPC is part of cell membranes in the brain and other tissues of the body. Increased levels of acetylcholine translate into better memory and concentration. Alpha GPC activates the parasympathetic system (relaxing, sedative), increases the level of GABA (inhibitory neurotransmitter) and growth hormone (GH, regenerating hormone), lowers adrenergic (sympathetic) activity, thus reducing the effects of stress and irritation. It has a calming, anti-stress and relaxing effect. Supports the regeneration of the nervous system.
L-theanine – classified as nootropics, contained in green tea leaves. Makes it easy with
The fourth complex – electrolytes and vitamins Vitamin C – One of the most powerful water-soluble antioxidants that protects body fluids from oxygen free radicals. Widely used in strengthening the immune system. Vitamin C has a huge impact on the production and preservation of collagen from which connective tissue is made. The name of this tissue comes from the role it plays in our body, as it connects various cells, and has an impact on their shape retention and efficient functioning. Collagen is found in the bones (including the vertebrae of the spine), the cornea of the eye, teeth, tendons, muscles, joints, skin and blood vessels. Collagen facilitates the healing of wounds and fractures, inhibits the formation of bruises, bleeding and bleeding gums. Thanks to it, healthy cells become resistant to infection and damage. The diets of athletes in endurance and strength disciplines such as fitness and bodybuilding take into account the increased need for vitamin C, as it increases the body’s resistance, especially during periods of physical overload. Vitamin C supports the immune system by stimulating the growth of T and B immune cells and other white blood cells that fight against invading microorganisms.
Complex of B vitamins (B3, B6, B12) – B vitamins are used in many processes related to energy production. Therefore, their possible deficiency may cause fatigue, problems with the immune system or the inability to fight stress. B vitamins are involved in catalyzing and regulating the activity of many metabolic pathways. The demand for them increases with the amount of energy excreted (the more supplementation is directed to athletes). These vitamins mediate the energetic processes of transforming fats, carbohydrates, proteins, and also DNA. They contribute to the proper functioning of the nervous system and the immune system. The active ingredients of the product are involved in the processes of proper blood formation and cell division. They also play an important role in the production of certain biologically active substances necessary for the proper functioning of the body, i.e. steroid hormones and enzymes.
Electrolytes (sodium, magnesium, potassium) – electrolyte intake is one of the basic principles of a healthy sport. Unfortunately, the body excretes them with sweat, so they should be replenished regularly. They influence the maintenance of the proper functioning of the nervous, muscular and circulatory systems as well as the level of the body’s water and electrolyte balance.
Dosage: According to the individual tolerance of the organism. Beginners are recommended to use one measuring cup (about 7.75 g), advanced athletes – about two measuring cups (about 15.5 g). This dose should be taken about 15 minutes before the planned start of training.