Pump cell is a complex molecule containing creatine malate coupled to substrates of the citric acid cycle, which allow for storage of stock of creatine reserve in muscle cells and release additional ATP energy during exercise. Particles of creatine malate enable the production of phosphate radicals and their binding and the synthesis of creatine and phosphocreatine, affecting the anabolism. Phosphocreatine synthesis takes place initially in the kidneys, where, as a result of chemical processes, glycocyamine is produced, which is transfered into the liver, where, during the process of changes, creatine is produced again. Formed during the transformation of alpha ketoglutarate (AAKG), it is involved in the synthesis of nitric oxide, causing the expanding of blood vessels, improves circulation and transport of nutrients into the muscle tissue. The last of the ingredients is taurine, which stimulates the activity of insulin, providing the transport of glucose, amino acids and creatine. The complex has anabolic and erogenic activity and is used in supplementation for physically active people and professional athletes, aiming to achieve extreme weight, strength and pumped muscles.