ATP Extreme Review
ATP Extreme is a performance-enhancing supplement designed to take your athletic performance to new heights and to help you achieve your goals much faster. According to the manufacturer, ATP Extreme is perfect for athletes that participate in strength & muscle building sports, endurance sports, speed sports, and action sports.
Let’s look at whether or not ATP Extreme can deliver true performance enhancing benefits.
What Exactly is ATP Extreme?
If you’re not familiar with the term ATP, then you’re probably very confused as to what ATP Extreme actually is. ATP stands for adenosine triphosphate. It is a usable form of energy used by your body’s cells, including muscle tissue.
Unfortunately, the biggest problem with ATP is storage. Due to its’ short half life, you simply can’t storage ATP. However, ATP Extreme contains a patented form of ATP that can be taken orally. The idea is that taking ATP directly will instantly help you use your muscles more efficiently and effective, providing you with better results.
This theory was put the test. An ATP Extreme sponsored double blind, placebo-controlled study tested the patented form of ATP found in this product verses a placebo. The participants were forced to follow the same strict diet and workout program.
After 12 weeks, the users who had consumed ATP had gained 2x the lean muscle mass as the placebo group, and their quads also gained twice as much as the placebo group. On average, the ATP group experienced a significantly higher increase in major lifts like bench press, squat, and deadlift as well.
ATP Extreme Ingredients
Besides the patented form of ATP, there are several other herbal extracts that act as antioxidants, energy boosters, and recovery aids. The other ingredients include:
We should also take note as to what ATP Extreme does not have. There are zero hormones, stimulants, banned substances found in the supplement, and all of the ingredients are safely manufactured in an FDA-approved facility.
We found zero fillers or artificial ingredients as well, besides of course the patented form of ATP. However, this poses no risk to your health whatsoever. The capsules are vegan friendly and the supplement does not need to be cycled like many other pre-workout products.
How to Use ATP Extreme
According to the official website, ATP Extreme should be taken like a pre-workout supplement. This means you should take 4 capsules on an empty stomach roughly an hour prior to working out.
If you’re on an off day, then you only want to take 2 capsules in the morning and another two capsules about six hours later. This will improve circulation to continue the muscle repair process so you are not sore or overworking your muscles.
Are There Side Effects of ATP Extreme?
We’ve been looking for any reported side effects, but we haven’t found anything definitive about the potential side effects. Based on the preliminary research into ATP-D (the proprietary form of ATP), there’s nothing to say that it poses any health risks.
The rest of the ingredients in the supplement have been studied and are considered safe for most healthy adults. If you want to err on the side of caution, you may want to speak to your doctor before trying this product. However, we don’t see any red flags that would immediately cause for alarm.
How to Buy ATP Extreme
The only way you can purchase this product is through the official website. It originally retails for $49.95, but there appears to be an “introductory offer” given to all visitors that drops the price down more than ten dollars to $35.00. If you order 2 bottles, you can save an additional 10%, and orders of 3+ bottles will save you 20%.
All orders come with a standard 45-day money back guarantee, so you can receive a refund in the event your unsatisfied. They do insist you call them first though to talk about your order before refunding, so be prepared to be sold on why you should keep the product.
Overall, ATP Extreme seems like a good, but not great product. Can it provide you with some performance enhancing benefits? Probably so. However, we don’t think it’s the “miracle” product that it advertisers to be.