unknown Sportlegs Nutrition

5/5 (1 Reviews)


Product Description

Supplemental lactate for use as muscle fuel, to increase muscle efficiency during exercise, and reduce fatigue, cramping and recovery time after exercise.


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by kmunny19 a Triathlete

Date Reviewed: April 21, 2009

Strengths:    Does for me what it says it will. Easier to exercise, and easier to recover.

Totally legal, and safe according to its listed ingredients.

On the accepted substances lists of many major sporting associations, including, the NCAA, USOC, IOC. not on any banned lists.


Weaknesses:    Must take it one hour prior to exercise for best effects.



Bottom Line:   
I started using this product to combat post ride/exercise fatigue to my legs especially. After intensifying my training to include three days of two hour rides and or trainer sessions per week, my legs were starting to become fatigued overall. Adding to that, a resistance training routine, my muscles were becoming tired and sore overall. I researched Sportlegs, and as a state certified nutritional counselor, and chiropractor, I felt the science behind it was sound. I also conferred with colleagues who agreed. Upon using it, I have felt positive effects on both fronts it describes, increasing muscle efficiency and energy, and improving recovery. It has worked for me and my training needs so far. It doesn't make me totally tireless, but that's not its claim, and not possible. Being a nutritional supplement, it won't work the same for every person, but it helps me.

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Favorite Ride:   Point Moon Run

Price Paid:    $26.00

Purchased At:   Chain Reaction Cycle

Similar Products Used:   B-Vitamin Supplements
Pyruvate


Bike Setup:   09 Fuji Roubaix Pro



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Coumadin and Sportlegs

Has anyone had any experience using Sportlegs and taking Coumadin? My INR was WAY low today and the only thing that's changed is that I've taken Sportlegs twice recently. Last time was before yesterday's ride. I can't find Coumadin interaction info for the product, or it's active ingredients. ... Read More »

SportLegs

I am a world class skeptic when it comes to products like this, namely any thing that claims to "enhance" performance. There was a thread here about SportLegs some time back and at least a couple people claimed that it worked. I did the STP (Seattle to Portland) this year and my wife and I spent s ... Read More »

Sportlegs?? Any results??

Just bought Sportlegs supplement. Seems like it can't hurt. Plan on using them for better recovery. Has anyone used them, and can they be used with other meds?Read More »

sportlegs

hello all, anyone out there ever tried sportlegs product. i have read great reveiws from skiers, but i will be doing my first tri this june, and i have been experiencing a lot of soar muscles in the legs while running and biking. thanksRead More »

anyone ever use SportLegs?

Has anyone here used the supplement SportLegs? Is there any noticable decrease in lactic acid burn? From what I recall, its just vitamin D, calcium, and magnesium. Anyone have any reports? There are a ton of testimonials on their website but who knows how legit they are, so I figured I'd check h ... Read More »

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