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PES High Volume 18sv

 

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We’ve all experienced the pump…that feeling of your muscles blowing up after doing a set of intense lifts during your workout. You do these sets, you feel the muscle fullness and see your arms swell in front of you, but within minutes of concluding your workout, you lose the pump. That’s just how it is, and how it’s always been. Until now…

Pump Permanence

At PES, we’ve done some pretty groundbreaking things and have been the first company to bring a handful of novel and now-popular ingredients to the market. But we wanted to do something different here. We wanted to take the “pump product” category and permanently turn it on its head. And after over a year of diligent research and development, we have finally created a product that doesn’t just give you a pump that lasts 5 or 10 minutes after your workout; High Volume is the first ever product in the category with a formula focused on long lasting pumps

Let’s take a closer look at how we achieved what was once deemed impossible…

Pure L-Citrulline (no Malate here…)

L-Citrulline is one of the best NO ingredients on the market, but it is constantly used at tiny serving sizes.

But stop wasting your money on Citrulline Malate in a pre-workout product. You need Pure L-Citrulline. The citrulline malate found in products is just a blend of L-Citrulline and L-Malate. That means, the 4 grams of L-Citrulline that is found in High Volume is equivalent to the citrulline content in 8 grams of citrulline malate! That’s what we do at PES…we give you more of what you need.

Nitrates – Pumps for hours?!

Remember…the key is to increase NO, do it quickly, and have it last past the end of your workout. In our search for a long-lasting pump ingredient, we focused on the compound nitrate. Not just any nitrate, but a patented amino nitrate

Nitrate, in addition to having an 8 hour half-life, uses a unique pathway to boost NO [8]. To be specific, nitrates bypass the enzyme that L-Citrulline relies on, eNOS, which has a “saturation point” at which no further concentration can increase its activity. This means that you are not limited to only the pump of L-Citrulline and other ingredients using its mechanism with the combination of nitrate and L-Citrulline. You see, nitrate acts as an “NO donor,” meaning it converts to NO directly via a 2-step process called the nitrate-nitrite-nitric oxide pathway…no enzymes or restriction points involved [7]!

Some of you might be asking, why did we use Arginine Nitrate as our nitrate source out of all the possible amino-nitrates? Easy answer…the nitrate is increasing NO, but the arginine plays a very important role when combined with nitrate. In an in-vitro study, scientists found that arginine may have the ability to reduce nitrate tolerance [4]! In our opinion, this makes Arginine Nitrate the best form of nitrate to take.

Agmatine Sulfate – The Two-Fold Pump

Agmatine is a cousin of arginine that has recently come under the public spotlight after multiple exciting studies done in animal models. These exact mechanisms have not yet been researched with Agmatine in human models, but the anecdotal feedback on Agmatine is extremely positive. One of the effects from these studies was Agmatine’s vasodilating properties…making it a perfect complement in High Volume [9].

Agmatine is a cousin of arginine that has recently come under the public spotlight after multiple exciting studies done in animal models. These exact mechanisms have not yet been researched with Agmatine in human models, but the anecdotal feedback on Agmatine is extremely positive. One of the effects from these studies was Agmatine’s vasodilating properties…making it a perfect complement in High Volume [9].

Nitric Oxide – A New Pathway For Muscle?

For a long time, it’s been unclear whether or not “the pump” actually improves muscle growth. Recent research done in-vitro now suggests that nitric oxide (NO), may have action in building muscle [1-3]. This has not been studied yet in human trials, but it is definitely something we are keeping an eye on.

AmentoMAX

A few months ago AmentoMAX was released as a single ingredient product. As we expected, it quickly took off with popularity and raving fans for its pre-workout use. So of course, we knew we had to use AmentoMAX here in High Volume, to bring the unique angle to every workout.

The final trigger in muscle contraction is an increase in calcium in the muscle cell. The calcium binds to key muscle proteins that result in contraction, and it has been shown that the more calcium released into the muscle cell, the more force is produced.

While not studied yet directly in humans, Amentoflavone possesses the highly unique ability to increase calcium release, in vitro [7]. In fact, essentially only one other commonly found compound shares this mechanism: caffeine. This increase in muscular calcium concentration is part of the reason why caffeine is an ergogen (capable of improving exercise performance).
Amentoflavone will not give the same physical stimulation as caffeine, making it a perfect fit in this stimulant-free formula.

HydroMax® and Taurine – High Volume Achieved

HydroMax® is a high potency glycerol compound. Glycerol is an ingredient that gets transported to your plasma after ingestion…and it doesn’t leave the plasma for a long time. While in the plasma, glycerol sucks up water by acting as a sponge. People love Glycerol for the pump/fullness feel it gives them, but have hated it for the gritty texture it has in their cup. It could be like drinking sand! Until HydroMax® solved that nasty little problem.

Taurine is a compound that localizes primarily to the intracellular muscle, and like glycerol, where taurine goes, water follows. This makes taurine a great compound to complement HydroMax®.

You have never experienced anything like this. Every product tells you that…but what company continues to deliver? We don’t put our money in mass marketing, we put it into developing the best product for the consumer. If you’ve been following the science closely, you don’t need me to tell you that. High Volume users are coming out of their workouts unable to reach their arms over their heads from the massive pumps! The best quote we got from one of our initial users was, “I think my pumps got pumps”!

Once you experience High Volume, you will call every other pump product flat. It’s time to FEEL THE VOLUME, and get with the brand that brings the formulas that set the standard.

You’ll look forward to your next workout knowing you’ll walk out of the gym looking like a bigger version of the guy who walked in. You’ll constantly want to train another group of muscle to see what High Volume will do next.

This is the product that has redefined the pump category permanently.

This is High Volume.

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2.       Buono, Roberta, Chiara Vantaggiato, Viviana Pisa, Emanuele Azzoni, Maria Teresa Bassi, Silvia Brunelli, Clara Sciorati, and Emilio Clementi. "Nitric Oxide Sustains Long-Term Skeletal Muscle Regeneration by Regulating Fate of Satellite Cells Via Signaling Pathways Requiring Vangl2 and Cyclic GMP." Stem Cells 30.2 (2012): 197-209. Web.

3.       Palma, Clara, and Emilio Clementi. "Nitric Oxide in Myogenesis and Therapeutic Muscle Repair." Molecular Neurobiology 46.3 (2012): 682-92. Web.

4.       MacAllister, R. (2000).  Arginine and nitrate tolerance. Br J Pharmacol.

5.       Lundberg JO, et al. (2008). The nitrate-nitrite-nitric oxide pathway in physiology and therapeutics. Nat Rev Drug Discov.

6.       Nissim I, Horyn O, Daikhin Y, Chen P, Li C, Wehrli SL, Nissim I, Yudkoff M. The molecular and metabolic influence of long term agmatine consumption. J Biol Chem. 2014 Apr 4;289(14):9710-29. doi: 10.1074/jbc.M113.544726. Epub 2014 Feb 12..

7.       Suzuki, A. et al. (1999). Properties of amentoflavone, a potent caffeine-like Ca2+ releaser in skeletal muscle sarcoplasmic reticulum. European Journal of Pharmacology.

8.       S. Tannenbaum, Nitrate and nitrite: origin in humans, Science 205 (1994) 1333-1335

9.       Gao Y, Gumusel B, Koves G, Prasad A, Hao Q, Hyman A, Lippton H. Agmatine: a novel endogenous vasodilator substance. Life Sci. 1995;57(8):PL83-6

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