Branched-Chained Amino Acides are used by endurance athletes to prevent exercise-induced muscle damage, reduce the effects of delayed-onset muscle soreness, lower perceived exertion and fatigue, and speed up exercise recovery.
Taurine is a naturally occurring amino acid that is shown to improve maximal aerobic, anaerobic, and mental performance in endurance athletes.
Vitamin D deficiency is detrimental to athletic performance, muscle strength, bone density, and hormone balance.
Magnesium Bisglycinate Chelate
Magnesium deficiency is prevalent in many athletes and can increase oxygen consumption and lower muscle endurance.
Calcium is one of the three ions responsible for triggering muscle movement. Endurance athletes can lose a significant amount through sweat and require supplementation.
Potassium Citrate and Potassium Chloride
Potassium deficiency is a cause of muscle cramps and weakness. Loss through sweat must be replaced through supplementation.
Sodium is another electrolyte responsible for muscle contraction. During extended endurance activity, athletes will lose a significant amount which must be replenished through supplementation.