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05/02/2016
 
Posted By: Rodney Bowen
Athletes are constantly asking what is the best way to help prevent lactic acid build-up. No one who puts in hours of training wants to feel that muscle burn in the middle of an event. We have all felt it. Your mind says to keep working hard, but your muscles reply, "I can't take any more". The lactic acid has caught up and is causing you pain.


What is Lactic Acid and Body Acid?

Every athlete should know about proper pH balance. PH balance is critical to top athletic performance. PH is measured on a 14 point scale. The lower pH value range, such as stomach acid could average between 1.0 to 3.0. A pH value of 7 is neutral. The arterial blood pH value of a healthy human ranges around 7.35 to 7.45, which is slightly alkaline. As our body uses fuel and metabolizes food, we produce acid waste, which is part of the process of energy release from the breakdown of glucose. The body has numerous ways to remove this acid waste or try to neutralize this acid buildup. Our kidneys filter blood and excrete acids through urine. Our lungs release carbon dioxide and we sweat acids out of our skin. We also have built in acid buffers to help neutralize pH imbalances like calcium, hemoglobin and phosphorous to name a few.

Your body's acid concentration increases as you produce lactic acid. Lactic acid is split into lactate (lactate ions) and hydrogen ions. H+ (hydrogen ions) is the acid in lactic acid. Lactate is good and is an extremely fast fuel that is preferred by the heart and muscles during exercise. Lactate is vital for ensuring that your body gets a steady supply of carbohydrates. H+ (hydrogen ions), the other half of lactic acid is not good, especially when the acid concentration exceeds the body's ability to no longer neutralize or flush the waste from your body.


What can be taken to neutralize the H+ or bad lactic acid? What is safe and effective? And can it be proven?

Beta Alanine, found in numerous sports nutrition products, has been the "go to" ingredient for many athletes for years. The belief is it buffers lactic acid. It does not.

Beta-alanine, in itself, is not a buffer. It is a non-essential amino acid. It first must be synthesized to carnosie. Carnosie is the dipeptide that functions as a buffer, not beta-alanine. We call beta alanine the "snail's pace" to buffering acid. It is old technology and it can take up to 4-10 weeks to get in your system.

Extreme Endurance buffers the hydrogen ions (H+) within 48-72 hours. It is a revolutionary new technology to buffer acid and reduce muscle damage. It is not one ingredient that targets the H+ but it is the combination of ingredients and the delivery system that makes this so effective in buffering and also repairing microscopic muscle tears to quicken recovery, reduce muscle soreness and has been clinically proven to work in numerous studies.

Extreme Endurance had it's first third party clinical done on the formula in 2007. Third party means that Extreme Endurance did not know the testing facility. They had no influence over any aspect of the testing other than writing the protocol. This Gold Standard, double-blind, placebo-controlled study of 22 elite athletes, published in the Clinical Nutrition Supplements Journal, shows a 10-day usage reduced lactic acid by 15% and increased aerobic threshold by double digits. Hard to believe - but it intrigued the lead researcher to the extent he paid for his own additional study to find out if the longer an athlete stayed on Extreme Endurance, the greater their scores. He confirmed his suspicions.

Testing has not stopped with this one study. Further testing by Xendurance confirmed not only does Extreme Endurance reduce lactic acid by 15%, but it also reduces CK (Creatine Kinease) levels by up to 63.55%. High levels of CK are associated with muscle tears and muscle trauma. Extreme Endurance provides a way to greatly reduce this condition. This study proved that less muscle trauma means less muscle soreness and a much quicker recovery time, which is a game changer in any sport.

The clinical evidence may have you wondering why you haven't heard about Extreme Endurance. If this sports nutrition product is so effect at combating what many athletes work hard to avoid, why haven't more people heard about it?

Many have, but they are not telling you. Why would they? Why tell your competitors that you have the solution for not cramping up at mile 22? Why broadcast that you can swim the world's fastest 100-meter anchor leg and not tighten up and win a Gold medal? Why tell anyone you can play game after game in the World Cup and still have fresh legs? Why don't Cross functional World Champions talk about their use of Extreme Endurance? It is because they like being on top of the podium. Why give your competitors the edge.

Extreme Endurance will start buffering lactic acid within 48-72 hours, not 4-10 weeks. It has no side effects. You do not have to worry about getting a tingling sensation. Your VO2 max will increase. And you might like the price comparisons along with setting new PR's. Extreme Endurance was also the first US sports nutrition product certified drug-free for banned substances by Informed Choice and Informed Sport.


Lastly, you do not need to take any Beta-alanine product if you use Extreme Endurance.

Now do you want to run with a Model-T or a Formula One? Here is the comparison.


Beta Alanine:
1) 4-10 Weeks beta alanine in large dosage necessary for loading (4-6g/day)
2) Side effects like parathesia (tingling). Effects sensory neurons of the skin
3) Buffers acid through increased production muscle carnosine
4) No effects on decreasing muscle trauma or soreness
5) No effects on VO2 max

VS

Extreme Endurance:
1) Works within 48 to 72 hours, not 4 to 10 weeks
2) Reduce muscle soreness
3) Decreases CK levels (muscle trauma).
4) Reduce muscle burn and pain
5) Faster recovery
6) Increases lactate threshold in turn resulting in increased VO2 max
7) NO side effects



References:

Wim Derave, Inge Everaert, Sam Beeckman and Audrey Baguet

Sports Med 2010; 40(3): 247-263, 0112-1642/10/0003-0247

Muscle Carnosine Metabolism and B-Alanine Supplementation in Relation to Exercise and Training.

Phillip M Berringer, Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, B-Alanine Supplemenation For Athletic Performance: An Update, vol 28, number 6, June 2013

Laura Blancquaert, Inge Everaert, and Swim Derave, co-clinicalnutrition.com

Vol 18, number 1, January 2015

G. Kellermayr, S Kellin, J Greilberger, M Lamprecht, Clinical Nutrition Supplements, vol 5, supplement 1, 2010, Supplementation with athletic performance formula decreases lactate concentrations in trained athletes after exhausting incremental cycle ergometer test




04/18/2016
 
Posted By: Rodney Bowen

"A product I've been using for the past couple of years, Xendurance. It's completely unique, and there is nothing like it on the market. Xendurance is a lactic acid buffer allowing you to train longer and harder. Helping to your performance, speed and recovery.

This is not a pre- or post- workout supplement. You take it every day just like you would take a multi-vitamin.

3 tablets in the morning.
3 tables in the evening.
Every day, even on your rest day.
You put enough dosage in your body and you should see a positive difference in about three days

Xendurance - there's nothing like it on the market. Completely unique."



Xendurance was founded by Athletes who are passionate about human performance and clean, effective products. Extreme Endurance, is a revolutionary athletic performance formula. It's clinically proven to reduce lactic acid by 15% and increase aerobic threshold by double digits. By doing this you can hold on longer at the end of a intense training session or race.

#LeverageYourEndurance





04/07/2016
 
Posted By: Rodney Bowen
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03/25/2016
 
Posted By: Andrew Neugebauer







03/16/2016
 
Posted By: Rodney Bowen

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Improving an athlete's peak performance requires extreme conditioning with a great amount stress to the athlete's body. In these instances, proper sports nutrition is absolutely critical for these athletes to grow and recover from the stresses that they put on themselves.

Good sports nutrition is fundamental to performing your best. Whether you are a professional or amateur, athletes need the right sports nutrition to help them to excel in their sport, to minimize their risk of injury, to recover faster; and in some cases, even to reduce the soreness within their muscles.

We, at Xendurance, understand there is a tremendous amount of preparation that goes into an athlete achieving his and her peak performance level. We are passionate about helping athletes reach their potential as we push ourselves to learn more about how we can improve their performance, recovery and quality of life.

With the highest quality standards using clinically tested ingredients, Xendurance is thrilled to produce the most reliable and credible banned-substance free sports nutrition supplements for athletes in need of reliable results in speed, strength, and power.





03/09/2016
 
Posted By: Rodney Bowen
Are you an athlete needing to take your performance even further? Have you spent much time in research to find supplements that actually work? Check out our range of supplements at Xendurance.


Supplements that Actually Work

Xendurance is a sport nutrition company whose purpose is to revolutionize the positive impact of your athletic performance with our sports supplements that have been created for athletes, by athletes. Catering to the pre-workout and recovery needs of athletes like you from around the world, including CrossFit Games athlete Josh Bridges, Xendurance's supplements have been tested to ensure no banned substances are included in order to provide competing athletes the ultimate peace of mind when it comes to what they put into their bodies.

We are thrilled to proclaim that our Extreme Endurance sports nutrition supplement has a Gold-Standard, third party, double-blind, placebo-controlled, published, crossover study on a sports nutrition product.

So whether you are looking to reduce lactic acid build up in your muscles while you workout and recover or to remain hydrated with electrolytes during your event, Xendurance is here to help and provide you with sport nutrition supplements that actually do work.

Try us!



03/09/2016
 
Posted By: Rodney Bowen
Georganne Moline sets two records in February 2016


Olympic hurdler specializing in the 400M Hurdles and 2016 U.S. & World Leader in the 600M (as verified March 7, 2016), Georganne Moline set two new records.

On February 5, 2016, at America's premier indoor track & field facility, Moline set the first new record in the 500M at the 16th Armory Track Invitational in New York City with a time of 1:09.44.

Then during the Don Kirby Elite Invitational held February 12-13, 2016 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Moline set her other record in the 600M with a time of 1:26.70


Georganne Moline is 2016 US & World Leader in the 600M

The goal is to win the world title, I'm not even thinking of top three. I know I can do it.
— Georganne Moline —

FOLLOW GEORGANNE AND HER #ROADTORIO





03/06/2016
 
Posted By: Andrew Neugebauer
Former Navy Seal and CrossFit games athlete Josh Bridges has always been inspired and motivated by Theadore Roosevelt's speech "The Man In The Arena"



It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming; but who does actually strive to do the deeds; who knows great enthusiasms, the great devotions; who spends himself in a worthy cause; who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement, and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who neither know victory nor defeat.




03/01/2016
 
Posted By: Rodney Bowen



Congratulations to multi-year Games athlete and Xendurance athlete, Josh Bridges, who set the world's best score with 365 reps to win the Open Workout 16.1!

With 20 minutes to accumulate as many reps as possible in:
  • 25-foot overhead walking lunges (95lb. / 65lb., 1 rep per every 5 feet),
  • 8 burpees,
  • 25-foot overhead walking lunges, and
  • 8 chest-to-bar pullups.
Josh achieved a score of 365, and that means he did 14 full rounds, plus another five feet of lunges. For those doing the math at home, that puts Josh's rounds at around 85 seconds per round!

Congratulations, Josh!





02/23/2016
 
Posted By: Rodney Bowen
Hoping to be one of the top three American 800-meter runners to qualify for the Summer Olympics to be held in August in Brazil, Laura Roesler (an 800 meter specialist & two-time NCAA champion) set a new indoor 800m personal record with 2:00.49 during the 2016 Millrose Games held on February 20 2016 at Manhattan's Washington Heights at the New Balance Track & Field Center at the Armory,

The NYRR (New York Road Runners) Millrose Games is the world longest-running and most prestigious indoor track and field champion. For the athletes, Millrose offers a chance to face top-tier competition and to run fast, which is important with the World Indoor Championships qualifying period closing on March 7.

Congratulations, Laura on your great & personal accomplishment on the road to your 2016 goals!



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