MuscleTech has made it known they will be adding a new product to its Performance Series line, Phospha Muscle.

Phospha Muscle is a supplement designed to trigger protein synthesis via the mTOR pathway for increased muscle and strength gains.

While Phospha Muscle hasn’t been officially released, we do know quite a bit of information about it already.

What Ingredients Will Be In Phospha Muscle?

Phospha Muscle’s ingredients are included in a Phospha Muscle Matrix of 1,980 mg.

The first ingredient in the blend is Mediator Phosphatidic Acid, a patented ingredient that provides 750 mg phosphatidic acid per dose.

A study at the University of Tampa shows that phosphatidic acid supplementation coupled with resistance training resulted in improvements in enhanced skeletal muscle hypertrophy, lean-body mass, and maximal strength. [1]

Phospha Muscle also provides tart cherry fruit powder in the form of prunus cerasus. This ingredient is used to ameliorate muscle pain after athletic events.

The ingredient formula is fairly simple, yet looks effective. No additional, unnecessary ingredients are thrown into the profile to attract attention or dilute the potency.

Serving Size

Each bottle will provide 140 softgels, which equates to 28 servings. Each serving is comprised of 5 soft gels. MuscleTech advises users should take 1 serving once, daily. On workout days, you should take 30 minutes prior to training. You shouldn’t exceed more than 1 serving in a 24-hour period.

This muscle-building supplement appears to be quite effective, and formulated effectively. We’re excited to see how much Phospha Muscle retails for. As soon as it is available for retail, we’ll be updating this review!

[1] Jordan M Joy, et al. “Phosphatidic acid supplementation increases skeletal muscle hypertrophy and strength.” Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2013, 10(Suppl 11):p13.

About The Author

Brian E. is from southern California and has worked for names like GNC and Vitamin Shoppe as a supplement expert and consultant. He currently lives in Utah and is studying marketing.

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