Journal of Athletic Enhancement: Xendurance Clinical Study (2016)

Dr. David Bellar, Director of the School of Kinesiology, and Jason Soileau M.S., CSCS, from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, conducted a double-blind, placebo controlled, crossover study with 16 active males that assessed the total effects of Extreme Endurance during exercise.

Their findings?

An astounding 26% Reduction in Lactic Acid, 39% Reduction in Oxidative Stress and a 6x lowering of Creatine Kinase Levels.

More details can be found by reading their study published in the Journal of Athletic Enhancement listed below. Here is a summary of their findings:  The Effects of 10 Days of Extreme Endurance on Performance, Buffering Capacity during Exercise and Post Exercise Muscle Damage, Oxidative Stress and Inflammation.

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