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Camille Leblanc Bazinet

Camille Leblanc-Bazinet

2014 CrossFit Games Champion
The rise of Camille Leblanc-Bazinet from teenage gymnast to "Fittest Woman on Earth" would only have surprised those who weren't paying attention. Since her competitive CrossFit debut back in 2010, Leblanc-Bazinet made a habit of dominating the Canada East Regionals and making waves at the Games, where she picked up three Top 10 finishes in her first four years.

It was in 2014, however, that everything came together--as the 5'2" Leblanc-Bazinet showed off her much improved weightlifting prowess en route to her first Reebok CrossFit Games title.

Leblanc Bazinet has qualified in the last consecutive seven CF Games. Even while simultaneously working toward a degree in Chemical Engineering, the former balance beamer dedicated herself to the art of the barbell, becoming one of the most well-rounded athletes in the sport, male or female.

Leblanc-Bazinet is part of a spirited, athletic family. She has three siblings with competitive CrossFit experience, as well as her husband—CrossFit coach and trainer Dave Lipson. After moving to Boulder, CO, in 2015, Camille made her debut in the South Regional with familiar results: a First Place finish. She repeated the feat again in 2016.

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Josh Bridges

Josh Bridges

Crossfit Athlete
Josh recently retired from The Navy. Josh was part of Seal Team 3.

He's played the role of the underdog and the comeback kid, but with three Top 10 CrossFit Games finishes to his credit, Josh Bridges is better described simply as one of the world's top pound-for-pound athletes.

Bridges first took up CrossFit back in 2005, adapting some of his past skills as an amateur wrestler into a new, demanding athletic pursuit. Six years later, he would finally make his debut appearance at the 2011 CrossFit Games, and no one would soon forget it. At 5'5" and 160 pounds, the versatile, determined Bridges charged his way to a 2nd place overall finish, quickly making him among the most popular new faces in the sport. Those fans would prove loyal, too, sticking with Josh as he rehabbed from a serious knee injury that cost him most of the 2012 competition season. Once recovered, the San Diego based Bridges picked up right where he left off, winning a SoCal Regional (2013) and excelling at the Games in 2013 (7th place) and 2014 (4th place). Josh had another strong summer in 2016, finishing 1st in the California Regional.

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Georgeanne Moline

Georganne Moline

In 2013 Moline narrowly missed out on an elusive pair of gold medals, settling for runner-up finishes at both the USA Outdoor Championships and NCAA Outdoor Championships. As a junior at the University of Arizona, Moline was on track to run an undefeated outdoor season when she fell in the semifinal of the NCAA Championships and failed to advance to the final. Moline came back in a big way when she earned a spot on Team USA for the London Olympic Games and went on to finish fifth in the Olympic final as the youngest athlete in the field. In her first three years at Arizona, Moline battled a stress fracture in her right tibia, a sprained disk in her lower back and a pulled posterior cruciate ligament. Moline battled back by doing pool workouts and strength training. An Arizona local, Moline was highly recruited but chose Arizona for head coach Fred Harvey's extensive knowledge of the hurdles. Her hobbies outside of track include dancing and volleyball.

USA Championships
2012 Olympic Trials Runner-up 400mH (54.33)
Two-time USA Outdoors Runner-up 400mH - 2013 (53.88); 2014 (54.00)

Collegiate Championships
2013 NCAA Outdoor Runner-up 400mH (53.72)
2012 Pac 12 Champion (55.12)

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Laura Roesler

Laura Roesler

Laura is an 800 meter specialist, two-time NCAA champion 13-Time All-American Three-Time Pac-12 Champion(800m) with a personal best time of 1:59.04.

World Relays Champ 4x800
US Champs 7th

World Indoors 4th
Olympic Trials Qualifier

UTSA Texas Challenge, 800m, 1st
Texas A+M Invitational, 1 mile, 2nd, 4:40.70

IAAF Diamond League, Monaco, 800m, 7th, 1:59.44
Linz, 800m, 1st
USATF Championships, Sacremento, 800m, 2nd, 1:59.04
NCAA Championships, Eugene, 800m, 1st
Oregon Preview, Eugene, 1500m, 2nd, 4:19.44
NCAA Indoor Championships, Albuquerque, 800m, 1st

Harry Jerome, Burnaby, 800m, 2nd
USATF Championships, Des Moines, 800m, 5th
NCAA Championships, Eugene, 800m, 2nd
NCAA Indoor Championships, Fayettville, 800m, 2nd

2012: NCAA Championships, Des Moines, 800m, 4th

IAAF World Junior Championships, Moncton, 4x400m, 1st
USATF Junior Championships, Des Moines, 800m, 2nd

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Björgvin Karl Guðmundsson

Björgvin Karl Guðmundsson

CrossFit Athlete
I have always had a competitive nature, everything I do is done competitively.

As a child I grew up playing sports outside, everything from football to snowboarding. I took up competitive gymnastics for 9 years and football (soccer) for 14 years, that the combination off football and gymnastics has given me a great base for CrossFit.

I made my first appearance at the Crossfit Games 2014 and that year I finished 26th.

In 2015 I was back again and finished on the podium and shocked the world with my performance.

In 2016, I won the Meridian Regionals and I showed up for my third straight Games in a row and finished in 8th.

Throughout my CrossFit career, I have continued to compete as an Olympic weightlifting and remain a member of the Icelandic national team. I have broken multiple Icelandic records in the -85 kg category.

I am super active and I am having a hard time relaxing even though I probably should sometimes. I live in such a beautiful country (Iceland) and I really enjoy being outside enjoying myself with friends and/or family.

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Mattie Rogers

Mattie Rogers

USA Weightlifting Champion
USA National Champion Olympic Weightlifter Mattie Rogers is an incredibly versatile athlete who has combined natural ability with tremendous work-ethic to achieve success in an athletic career that continues to evolve. She embodies that idea that athletes can and should follow their interests and not feel confined to a single sport or training style. She is a fierce competitor, a brilliant athlete, and an outstanding role model for young girls finding their way in sport.

Mattie is a rising star in the world of weightlifting, although her journey didn't start on the lifting platform. Mattie got her start as an athlete at a very young age taking gymnastics, and eventually discovering the highly competitive sport of cheerleading. Mattie is a natural competitor and she achieved great success and notoriety as a cheerleader before her athletic development led her into the growing sport of CrossFit. This opened a new world to Mattie, in which she discovered that applying her intense work ethic and rigorous training ability resulted in her victory at the first CrossFit Games Teen feature at the 2013 Reebok CrossFit Games. Always evolving as an athlete, Mattie fell in love with weightlifting and began competing shortly after the Games.

As a relatively new athlete to the sport, she has already achieved incredible success, including an appearance on the Junior USA National Team, and a national title in 2015. At the 2015 IWF Junior Pan American Championships, Mattie finished with the top snatch lift (92kg) in her category, earning her a gold medal and establishing an American junior record. For the clean & jerk, she lifted 110kgs, the third best mark in the lift, which totaled a PR (202kg) and landed her on the podium in 3rd place. She hopes to earn a spot on the USA Olympic Team for the 2016 Games in Rio.

Hometown: Apopka, Fla.
Year of birth: 1995
Weight class: 69kg
Height: 5'7"
Favorite Competition Lift: Snatch

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Tia-Clair Toomey

Tia-Clair Toomey

2017 CrossFit Games Champion
2016 Olympics - Weightlifting
Just four short years ago, Tia-Clair Toomey made a life changing decision to defer University and uproot her life as she knew it, for LOVE! Little did she know, the move would give birth to two new loves - CrossFit and Weightlifting.

Tia career achievements in her three short years, are nothing short of astonishing, she truly has taken the world by storm. Tia followed her dreams and made them a reality - being crowned the '2nd Fittest Woman on Earth' for two years running and being selected as the only Australian Female Weightlifter to represent her country at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games in the < 58Kg weight category.

Born and bred on a sugarcane farm on the Maroochy River of Queensland's Sunshine Coast, Tia always had a passion for all sports, in particular Cross Country and Athletics. When Tia relocated to Gladstone (Central Queensland), it was her now fiancee and coach, Shane Orr, who encouraged her to try CrossFit to improve her fitness for her athletics. Although she didn't love it at first, her competitive nature quickly took hold and she soon became determined to improve. She now is the proud owner of CrossFit Gladstone with her partner Shane where they give others the same opportunity she had to encourage and motivate others to live a healthy and active lifestyle.
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Zach Bitter

Zach Bitter

Ultra Marathon Runner
I am currently a high school teacher from Madison, WI. In 2013, I set a World Record in distance run over 12 hours (101.66 miles), an American Record at 100 miles (11:47:21), and ran the fastest 50 mile time in North America in over 33 years (5:12:36). I got off to a quick start in 2014 by setting an American Record for 200k (16:33:28).

With training weeks reaching 20+ hours, a full time job, and long efforts on race day, I need a healthy diet with the right supplementation to ensure proper recovery and progress. Extreme Endurance is one of the critical pieces to my recovery and workout regimen. Some of my favorites include: Extreme Endurance, Immune Boost, Omega, and Joint-4.
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Robin Bone

Robin Bone

Pole Vaulter
  • 6 x Canadian National Track and Field Team Member
  • 3 x Canadian USport Champion and Record Holder
  • 5 x OUA Conference Champion and Record Holder
  • Canadian Junior Champion

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Zak Carchedi

Zak Carchedi

2016 CrossFit Games Competitor
After three years at the regional level, Zak Carchedi made his CrossFit Games debut in 2016. A former collegiate football player, Carchedi started CrossFit in 2013. After a year of team competition, he took eighth in his first individual appearance at the North Central Regional in 2014, continuing to be a top performer at the Central Regional until his first Games appearance in 2016, where he took 23rd. Carchedi is a trainer at Cobra Command CrossFit in Basehor, Kansas.

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Cory McGee

Cory McGee

My first experience running competitive track was in 6th grade when my family lived overseas in Greece. I joined the cross country team and my first competition was in Egypt near the great pyramids. A year later, I moved back to Mississippi and ran in high school with my three sisters. During my high school running career I won twenty two state championships and two national titles.

I attended the University of Florida, where gators roam around the campus. While at Florida, I won six SEC titles and was runner-up in the NCAA 1500 meters twice.

In 2013 I was the bronze medalist at the US championship in the 1500 and represented Team USA in Moscow, Russia at the IAAF World Championship. Following college, I signed with New Balance and moved to Boston.

In 2016 I was the silver medalist at the indoor US championship over 1500 meters and a member of Team USA. Over the past three years I have represented Team New Balance and am coached by Mark Coogan.

My personal best in the 800 is 2:01 and my 1500 is 4:06.
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Mac Fleet

Mac Fleet

2014 CrossFit Games Champion
Date of birth: October 17, 1990

Hometown: San Diego, California

High School: University City High School (San Diego, CA)

College: Univeristy of Oregon, 2014

Current residence: Eugene, Oregon

Coach: Mark Rowland

Primary event: 1,500m

Personal bests:
  • 800m, 1:46.32, 2013
  • 1,500m, 3:38.35, 2013
  • Mile, 3:56.77, 2014

Career achievements:
  • 2014 NCAA Outdoor Championships - 1st place
  • 2013 USATF Outdoor Championships - 6th place
  • 2013 NCAA Outdoor Championships - 1st place

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Jason Carroll
I grew up in the of city of Yorba Linda, CA where I attended Esperanza High School in Anaheim Hills. There is where I played V

Jason Carroll

arsity Basketball and was introduced to the weight room. After high school, I attended California State University, Fullerton where I had earned a degree in Strength and Conditioning, Biomechanics, and Bio-Energetics under the great minds of Dr. Lee Brown and Dr. Andy Galpin. While in school, I also gained "field" experience working at Velocity Sports Performance for a total of four years. Two of them I was the Sport Performance Director. After graduation, I was hired on at Hoag Hospital in Newport Beach in the field of "Corrective Exercise." There I gained extensive knowledge of human performance, teaching people how to move after the rehabilitation stage, yearly physicals, providing vo2 measurements, macronutrient calculations, and bodily movement screenings.

It was then through a series of fortunate an unfortunate events where I found fitness as a sport. The founder of "Lmbrjckd Athletics" (Reid Worthington) gave me some guidance, belief, a lot of barbells and equipment to pave the way and find success in the fitness world. It has brought me many things in and outside the gym that I am eager to share with you. It has been a gift to not only apply my knowledge to myself and my life, but to yours and your goals in whatever they may be..

  • Reebok CrossFit Open
    • 2015 14th place (So Cal) 245th place (World)
    • 2016 7th place (So Cal) 70th place (World)
    • 2017 2nd place (So Cal) 49th place (World)
  • Reebok Crossfit Super Regional
    • 2015 30th place (California)
    • 2016 6th place (California)
    • 2017 3rd place (California)
  • Reebok Crossfit Games
    • 2017 29th place (Fittest on Earth)
Best Lifts
  • Clean and Jerk – 323 lbs
  • Snatch – 252 lbs
  • Back Squat – 445 lbs
  • Front Squat – 405 lbs
  • Deadlift – 555 lbs

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Alison Scudds

Alison Scudds

Age, 24 From Columbus, OH Lives in Miami, FL
Competitive Cheerleading background, Top Gun Allstars 5x World Championships competitor.
University of Miami Bachelor of Science, Biomedical Engineering, 2015
Coach at Peak 360 CrossFit
Started CrossFit in 2013 at Peak after watching WZA.
CFG Regionals Team 2015, CGF Regionals Indy 2016, 17th place Atlantic Region.
NPGL Baltimore Anthem 2015 & 2016
2017 WZA Elite Individual
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Jordan McNamara

Jordan McNamara

Elite Track Athlete
Full disclosure: I've been a partner with Extreme Endurance for six years now. I'm a professional Nike track and field runner, and have spent years working at my craft (3:52 mile best) in hopes of making the U.S. Olympic team. I would say what I'm about to say regardless of my relationship with this company. I train two to four times dail y, sometimes hitting twenty miles in a day. When I compete, my margins of victory are often measured by the hundredths. This product will not transform you into Usain Bolt, only you can do that. What this product will do is give you an extra boost, that will allow you to train harder and fresher; enabling better results. As a pro athlete, my body is my livelihood- I depend on the quality of the products I take. The standard that EE applies to it's products is remarkable. How many other supplement companies not only ensure that their product is not only drug-free, what actually works?! Wouldn't it be wonderful if every supplement maker provided third-party testing that definitely gave credence to their claims? In my career, I've wasted countless dollars on supplements, all promising results on blind faith. EE eliminates that risk, which makes that initial investment that much easier. As a consumer, you have a wide array of supplements, all competing for your business, but few companies do the homework to truly earn your trust. I would encourage you to try this product: it provides proof of it's effectiveness and ensures safety in it's ingredients. It simply works. - Jordan McNamara 3:50 miler

When Xendurance first announced its sponsorship with elite distance runner Jordan McNamara, his dreams were big. Against the odds, his drive and passion have carried him to greater and greater heights. We at Xendurance have a feeling that he's just getting started.

With the help of Xendurance, McNamara has run Personal Best's in nearly every race contested, catapulting him into the forefront of America's hopes.

Following a breakthrough 2011 season, Jordan ascending to yet another level of performance, recording 3:35 for 1500 meters and placing 7th place in the 2012 Olympic Trials final, 1.8 seconds from a trip to the London Olympics. Emboldened and determined, McNamara looks forward to training his hardest with the help of Xendurance. Both he and us agree that 2016 will be his year to show just how good he really is. It is with great excitement that we announce another year of partnership as Jordan continues on his quest to become one of the world's greatest distance runners.

HISTORY Jordan has an outstanding running resumé, being one of the few to be part of the Sub 4 Miler Club. During his college career, Jordan managed to become a Four-time National NWAACC Champion, was voted NWAACC athlete of the year in 2007 and managed the amazing feet of winning three Individual National Championships within a two day span (1500m, 5000m, 10,000m).
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Wayne Willette

Wayne Willette

Crossfit Athlete
Wayne Willete is the Owner/Head Coach/Athlete of CrossFit CrownTown. Wayne started his fitness background in college in 2000 when he got certified as a personal trainer and worked as the General Manager of Training at LA Fitness. He has always been passionate about fitness and nutrition. Then he found CrossFit in 2009, became certified as a Level One CrossFit Trainer, and partnered with a local CrossFit Gym. After 18 months, he decided it was time to open his own gym. Wayne also competes as an athlete in CrossFit competitions. He recently took 5th place at the Reebok CrossFit Games Socal Regional. He looks forward to continuing on the path of becoming the fittest man alive and helping as many people he can along the way by sharing his knowledge, insight and motivation.

Three time consecutive Reebok CrossFit Games Regional Athlete: 2011 = 18th place out of 1,200 men, 2012 = 13th place out of 3,200 men, 2013 = 5th place out of 4,800 men and ranked 67th in the world out of over 75,000+ male competitors
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Lorin Adams

Lorin Adams

My name is Lorin Adams, I'm 26 years old and a firefighter paramedic for Fairfield Fire Department with 3 years of service. Currently assigned to Station 35, Engine 35 Paramedic. I have a A/S degree in fire technology, California State Fire Marshall accreddited Firefighter I & II. Currently working on my Bachelors degree in Fire Management. I have aspirations of promoting to engineer within 2 years and Captain in 8 years. Most importantly, to live a long and heathly lifestyle where I can promote fitness and nutrition to all.

Athlete Profile: I have been Crossfitting for 2.5 years with Crossfit Solano in Fairfield, CA. I have found passion in Crossfit and utilized it to burn through my extremely competitive personality. Training in this high intensity sport prepares me mentally and physically so I can serve my community in the best way possible... Being prepared for the unknown. I have been a part-time coach for the past year and a half. Also, I have been appointed a head trainer at the fire department for strength and conditioning. I have made it my personal mission to make it to the Games as a full time firefighter.

Competition history are as follows...
  • NorCal Regionals, TEAM CrossFit Solano 2012 (4 months into CF) 19th
  • CFGT invitational Partner comp, 2013 1st
  • NorCal Regionals, individual 2013 17th
  • Year of the Iron Mile, 2014 1st place
  • CF Open, 2014 5th overall NorCal
  • NorCal Regionals Individual, 2014 10th
  • Firefighters Olympics, 2014 1st place

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Michael Moseley

Michael Moseley

2013 Crossfit Champion
My name is Michael Moseley. I am a full time law enforcement officer, CrossFit affiliate owner, husband, father, and competitive CrossFit athlete. Time is a very important commodity to me. I need to be able to get the most out of my training sessions and sometimes have to fit back to back workouts in. Fitting workouts in when the opportunity arises requires that I am recovered and feeling ready to go in a moment's notice. At 40 years old this is difficult to accomplish. The products offered by Extreme Endurance help make it possible though.

I've been using Extreme Endurance for over a year now. It eliminates muscle burn in high volume intense workouts and reduces the soreness associated with the high volume of training I need to stay competitive. This product alone made me feel 10 years younger.

Joint-4 has really reduced joint pain that I have acquired through the years. As my Mobility Coach Amanda DeRosa would tell you, I have the mobility of a person twice my age. The reduced joint pain allows me to maximize my mobility work so that I can move more efficiently.

I take the Xendurance PROTEIN before every workout. I've always believed that you should utilize protein pre-workout to help speed recovery. Protein also delivers Lactate to be uses as energy during your workout. I noticed that I was squeaking out a few more reps when I thought I was at failure. This product helps me finish workouts faster.

I recently won the 2013 Reebok CrossFit Games Masters 40-44 category. Xendurance's prpducts helped me achieve this goal. I set a 1:01 PR on Nancy and a: 36 PR on the dreaded 21-15-9 Deadlift/Box Jump event. A 1:01 PR on a Benchmark workout after 4 years of training does not come often.

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Jake Neubauer

Jake Neubauer

Cross Fit Athlete
Jake has spent almost 8 years as a firefigher/paramedic for the Sacramento City Fire Department. He has been with the United States Forest Service as a hand crew for 2 years.

As a Norcal Regionals Competitor in 2011, 2012 and 2013, his best finish was in 2012 finishing 15th.

Fran- 2:16
Grace- 1:44
Helen- 7:12
5k- 20:03
Mile- 5:47
Squat-435 lbs
Deadlift- 490lbs
Bench- 315lbs
Clean & Jerk- 300lbs
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Tuffy Gosewisch

Tuffy Gosewisch

Arizona Diamondbacks - 2013 #10 Top Prospect
Drafted in the 11th round of 2005 First Year Player. Drafted by the Phillies. Signed June 30th, 2005.
July 31st, 2012 Tuffy was purchased by the Toronto Blue Jays (from the Phillies)
November 4, 2012 Signed as a Free Agent with the Arizona Diamondbacks.


2010 - Rated best Defensive Catcher in the Philadelphia Phillies System
2010 - Rated Best Defensive Catcher in the Eastern League
2007 - SAL Mid-Season All Star
2007 - Rated Best Defensive Catcher in the South Atlantic League
2006 - Rated Best Defensive Catcher in the Florida State League
2005 - Tempe's most valuable player in NCAA Div I Baseball Tournament

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Chris Gartrell

Chris Gartrell

Chris Gartrell is a co-owner and head coach at CrossFit Works in Tucson, AZ. Chris attended Whittier College where he was a two-sport athlete for all four years; football and track & field. He graduated from Whittier in 2008 with a degree in Kinesiology. Shortly after graduating, Chris found CrossFit and was immediately drawn to the competitive side.

In 2011, he relocated to Tucson to help run CrossFit Works and to be a full time CrossFit athlete. He narrowly missed qualifying for the regional that year, but has made every one since. Chris has also begun coaching other CrossFit athletes in various regions across the country. He looks forward to sending his first athlete to the Reebok CrossFit Games very soon.
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Lee Rodgers

Lee Rodgers

Professional Cyclist
Lee first hopped onto a bike when he was 16, won some races, and did well enough to be invited to the Junior Tour of Ireland. Then one day he just gave it up – Yes, gave it all up for greener pastures or as he says “the siren song beckoning me towards the rocks with promises of far away adventures, of late nights and dodgy bars"….

Maybe it was a few years or a few beers later, he said that on one spring morning, after many years of relative inactivity and a little bit too much experience under his oversized belt, he walked into a bike shop, completely on a whim, and ten minutes later he was a the owner of a cheap, but half-decent racing bike. And after the very first ride, he fell in love all over again.

That renewed love of riding opened up the door to race in the The Tour of Thailand, for a Taiwan-based team Fuji-Asia. Lee was holding strong at fifth when he punctured, but was thrilled taking 12th on the GC. Other tours followed, such as the Tour of China and the Tour of East Java.

Standing at the top of the podium after winning the Singapore National Championships, (2010) Lee might have thought back to that fateful day when he bought his half-decent bike after 16 years of no training. Then a win again in the Singapore National ITT (2011) was his icing on the cake!

Extreme Endurance was fortunate enough to have Lee try, what he calls"The best supplement I have ever tried". Did it help Lee to the top of the podium? He says “they aren't magical little beans that will turn you into a Euro-Pro, you still need to put in the miles, but they will decrease lactic acid buildup, thereby allowing you to train at a higher intensity for longer. I've racked up some good wins and seem to have gotten over the cramping problems I had last year too – whether that's due to the Extreme Endurance pills or not I don't know, but I suspect so. – But I want to keep these little pills all to myself!"
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