Inosine is a metabolic activator. It has been used for pre-heavy training
by "world class" powerlifters, and by Soviet and Eastern Block strength athletes
to increase oxygen-carrying capacity and promote levels of ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate), a
high energy compound that helps muscle contraction.
Inosine increases the body's natural ability to handle strenuous exercise,
workouts, intense training programs, and competitive events. Inosine belongs to a chemical
family called purine nucleotides, the structural units of your body's RNA (ribonucleic
acid) and DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid). Inosine easily penetrates the cell walls of both
your cardiac and skeletal muscles where it helps the generation of ATP. Inosine boosts the
production of ATP thus improving respiration and oxygen transport.
You will find inosine works well in a sports supplement which includes:
octacosanol, Krebs cycle intermediates, and thermogenic herbs like ginseng or ginger.
Inosine is related to: