Can Extreme Endurance be used by collegiate athletes? – YES.
Extreme Endurance can be and is being used by professional and collegiate athletes in numerous sports across the globe.
NCAA Bylaw 16.5.2(g) states, “only non-muscle building nutritional supplements may be given to student athletes for the purpose of providing additional calories and electrolytes as long as the sports supplements do not contain NCAA-banned substances."
Extreme Endurance's formula is classified as an electrolyte, mineral supplement and is permissible for use by collegiate athletes.
In addition, Extreme Endurance is certified ISO/17025 Tested For Banned Substances by the largest sports drug laboratory in the world, LGC and certified by INFORMED-CHOICE & INFORMED-SPORT.
Our supplement manufacturing facility is certified in compliance with GMP requirements set forth in NSF/ANSI Standard 173, Section 8, Athletic Dietary Supplements. According to NSF International, “GMP Registration" reflects continued commitment to ensuring the highest quality.
NSF International is an independent, non-profit organization certifies our manufacturing facility and operating procedures to ensure we conform to the highest industry standards. A manufacturer can earn certification and receive a Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) registration, a designation signifying our commitment to the safety and efficacy of our products.
ISO-17025 certification for dietary supplements requires each product to undergo analytical testing to ensure the absence of any banned substance that is banned by sports organizations such as:
World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA)
International Olympic Committee (IOC)
National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)
National Football League (NFL)
Major League Baseball (MLB)
National Basketball Association (NBA)
National Hockey League (NHL)