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Posted By: Andrew Neugebauer

Xendurance athlete, Camille LeBlanc-Bazinet, was recently crowned “Fittest Woman on Earth”.

This 5-foot-2, 25-year-old chemical engineering student from Richelieu, Que., placed first at the 2014 Reebok CrossFit Games in Carson, Calif., in the women’s individual competition. 

Cami started CrossFit training five years ago and became an Xendurance athlete approximately two years ago. The sport of CrossFit involves a combination of weightlifting, gymnastics and high intensity interval training. Cami spends two to four hours a day training and she says if she feels good, she may even train 6 days per week. To keep this brutal training regimen up she turned to the flagship product of the Xendurance line of sports nutrition, Extreme Endurance.

Cami says, “If I could only have one product in my training bag, it would be Extreme Endurance!” This sports supplement has been clinically proven to reduce lactic acid by 15% and improve aerobic threshold by double digits. This is why Cami says, “I love this stuff!” It keeps her soreness down so she can go out and train hard the next day. 

On her normal training days, Cami takes 6 tablets of Extreme Endurance per day; just like a multi-vitamin. One week out from an event or competition, she will increase the dosage to 8 tablets per day. Cami takes Extreme Endurance everyday of the year.

A recent question from RX Review, (a Cross-functional online magazine) about the effects of Extreme Endurance received this reply from Cami: 

Man I love that product! Everyone questions if it works for real, but seriously, everyone that I have given it to can’t get rid of it because it works so well. It’s super simple and really makes you recover faster. I mean I just did the Open workout two-hours ago and I’m totally fine and even did some sprinting afterwards!

The beauty about the product is that I’m not really sore anymore and I always feel great to train. And when I train it has really helped me stay more focussed and less negative. And I hit the wall later as well!


To hear more about how Cami became “Fittest Woman on Earth” read the full article here:


Stop Muscle Burn and Muscle Trauma! Proven to Substantially Reduce Rhabdomyolysis (Rhabdo) 

During intense training, don't just "hit the wall" with muscle burn and pain - BLAST through it with Extreme Endurance, a revolutionary athletic performance formula. It's clinically proven to reduce lactic acid by 15% and increase aerobic threshold by double digits. 

All ingredients are in compliance for IOC, NCAA, NFL, NBA, NHL and MLB. Every single batch of Extreme Endurance is tested for banned substances by the world class sports doping control laboratory, HFL Sport Science. In order to provide re-assurance that the product is suitable for use by elite athletes, the product is approved under the Informed-Sport and Informed-Choice programs. 

Extreme Endurance Advantages: 

Clinically Proven to Reduce Lactic Acid by 15%
Speeds Recovery
Improve Aerobic Threshold by Double Digits
Benefits Within 72 Hours
Reduces Muscle Soreness
Certified Drug-Free


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What is a rowing split and how does it work with the concept2 rowing machine? How does it apply to CrossFit? 
Video brought to you by Xendurance athlete and CrossFit rowing head coach Shane Farmer.

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Xendurance sponsored athlete Jordan McNamara runs two sub 3:55 miles in under a week. The Prefontaine International mile race was contested on May 30th, Jordan ran a season Best 3:52. 89. Watch the race here.

The Festival Of Miles race was contested on June 5th. 

From the official website - 

A record crowd of more than 2,000 watched the fastest edition yet of the Nike Festival of Miles. Temperatures in the 70s with little to no wind made for perfect racing conditions at Saint Louis University High School and the athletes did not disappoint.

The night’s premier event, the Saint Louis Track Club Men’s Mile, featured Jordan McNamara (Nike OTC Elite) who addressed the crowd before the race and asked them for their help as he was going after the meet record of 3:55.29.

“These guys all want to break four and I want to go 3:54,” McNamara said. “We’re going to need you to be going absolutely crazy the whole entire time to do it.”

The crowd obliged and so did McNamara, running a blistering last lap to finish in 3:54.27, ahead of Duncan Phillips(3:56.10) and Tommy Schmitz (3:56.45). Chris Gowell also broke four minutes in 3:58.90.

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East Valley CrossFit finished 3rd at the South West region.
Team Members 
Danny Lazzeri, Analisa Marquez, Melissa Einbinder, Emily Barna, Seth Darst, Zack Barna, Kate Lydy, Sam LeeHe

CrossFit 808 finished second in the Nor Cal region. 
Team members
Adam Jamieson, Joshua Akiona, Rich Korth, Brandy Richardson, Elyse Umeda, Kashayla Stanford, Kyla Evers

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Congratulations to Josh Bridges on taking second at SoCal Regionals! We are excited to watch Josh this July as he competes at the Home Depot Center in the World Championship Crossfit Games!


Josh uses Extreme Hydro-X before every workout along with Extreme Endurance daily

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