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Endurance Supplement

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  • Formulated to optimize endurance athletes performance*
  • Improves oxygen utilization*
  • Boost muscular strength*
  • Increases aerobic threshold & reduce lactic acid*
  • 30 capsules
  • Overview
  • The Why

It’s Sherpa-tested. There’s no way you can go wrong.

OptygenHP by 1st Endurance isn’t for everyone. You won’t need it to walk your dog or speed walk around the shopping mall. But if you’re a marathoner, triathlete or elite endurance athlete, that’s another story.
 
The two main adaptogens in OptygenHP (Rhodiola and Cordyceps CS-4) were first used by Tibetan Sherpas to help them climb Mt. Everest. OptygenHP also contains Beta-Alanine because clinical research shows it increases exercise capacity and muscular strength.*
 
What can OptygenHP do for you?
- Increase your VO2 Max*
- Helps you better adapt to high levels of physical stress*
- Increase your anaerobic threshold*
- Reduce lactic acid*
 
Give OptygenHP a try when you’re training for your next race.
 
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
The Ultimate Endurance Supplement
 
Clinical studies showed a 23% improvement in endurance capacity and a significant increase in energy (ATP) production. Athletes who participated in these studies were able to replenish glycogen faster, which leads to improved recovery and improved performance on back-to-back workouts and during heavy training. In addition, subjects experienced less muscle inflammation after high-intensity exercise, resulting in less soreness and faster recovery. 
 
This OptygenHP delivers 50% more beta-alanine. A 2012 study evaluated the effects of beta-alanine supplementation on VO2max, time to exhaustion and lactate concentrations. Subjects supplemented with beta-alanine for six weeks. The group experienced a significant increase in VO2max, an improvement in time to exhaustion and lactate utilization. The study concluded that beta-alanine supplementation can reduce lactate concentrations during exercise and thus can improve exercise performance in endurance athletes.

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