XEndurance - Extreme Endurance

Sounds like a (legal) wonder drug on the IM talk podcast. Anyone tried it, if so for how long, what doseage and what did you think?

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  • Never heard of it until you mentioned it, but went to the website where it says that
    " In a Gold-Standard, double-blind, placebo controlled study, aerobic threshold increased by double digits and lactic acid was reduced by 15%."

    However no link to said study, which raises suspicions a bit with me. Anyway I've emailed them to see if they will provide a copy of the study.
  • If you scroll back through the episodes coach John seems to rate it, and from the darkside:-

    http://www.tritalk.co.uk/forums/viewtopic.php?t=73997&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=0

  • Rosey uses it, I'm sure he'll be on here shortly to update you on his progress with this stuff
  • Cheers for the link FF. Just emailed Ric Stern to ask his opinions as well as he's an old friend who I have lost touch with.

    Viewing the link, people say  extreme endurance aids recovery, rather than in-race performance. I guess that means you can do 2 or 3 sessions back to back. However I am not clear why lactate buffering is useful in endurance events when lactate threshold is not generally exceeded. 

  • I think lacate buffering is used to prevent the worst of lactate buildup over the duration - you might not exceed the threshold but it still has an effect on muscle performance even if sub-maximal. if you are a very efficient, you should be able to metabolise the lactate as you go but in reality that's not the vast majority of athletes and it builds up.
  • Got the link to the study now (I was just being dim)
    http://xendurance.com/shop/product_info.php?products_id=45 on the product information tab.
  • Hywel Towel used it and said it worked.

  • I use it but if I said it was any good everyone would want some, wheres the advantage in that image
  • costs you about £30 a month though
  • Fuck, for that you could get some EPO!
  • Egg (Creme) Power Only Smiffy?
  • Good idea Dusty, although if that were true I would be running sub 2 hour marathons and doing sub 8 hour IM's image
  • "costs you about £30 a month though"

    erm... and the rest. try adding p&p even after the IMT discount, I am sure it cost me £40+ last time.
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