RecoverElite X - Formulator's Cut

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Now taking pre-orders on limited first-run production. Expected delivery of July 2020. If you can't wait don't order. 

  • Contains 5 Powerful Plant Compounds That Promote Healthy Inflammatory Responses In Connection With Exercise.
  • Helps Protect Against Post-Exercise Muscle Strength Loss & Soreness
  • Aids In Muscle Recovery
  • Reduces Oxidative Stress Levels In Muscles
  • Enhances Muscle Glycogen Replenishment
  • BCAAs To Ignite Muscle Protein Synthesis
  • Delicious Strawberry Flavor. Mixes In Our Original RecoverElite Formula For a Powerful 1-2 Recovery Punch
  • 20 Servings Per Container

BCAAs – Branched Chain Amino Acids are the parts of proteins that signal for the recovery process to begin. Including supplemental BCAAs in sports nutrition has been demonstrated to reduce soreness, blunt fatigue, and improve endurance performance.

ActiGin – ActiGin is a patented ingredient derived from ginseng. It functions to maintain the integrity of cellular membranes, which are damaged during intense exercise. Research with ActiGin has found a decreased inflammatory response to exercise which led to fatigue resistance.

KSM-66 Ashwagandha - Ashwagandha is an herb that acts as an adaptogen. This means it can reduce anxiety, cortisol, and exercise-induced stress.

FruiteX-B - Supported by over a decade of research showing significant improvements in joint comfort and inflammation.

VitaCherry Sport - Delivers the full complement of phytonutrients from whole U.S. grown Montmorency tart cherries. These natural compounds have been shown to work synergistically to boost antioxidant power and promote healthy inflammatory responses in connection with exercise.

CuroWhite - Curcumin, a supplement derived from the spice turmeric, is a safe anti-inflammatory and pain reducer.

Bioperine - BioPerine is a standardized extract from the fruit of Piper nigrum noted to stimulate amino acid transporters, facilitating greater uptake of amino acids into the bloodstream. It also enhances the bioavailability of several of the most frequently used daily health supplements including curcumin (2000% increase), vitamins, and minerals.

Capsimax - Derived from capsaicin, Capsimax has analgesic and anti-inflammatory benefits.

Maca Powder - Demonstrated to have anti-inflammatory properties. It helps the body deal with stress, balance hormones, and regulate energy levels.

What is the best way to take RecoverElite X?

As a dietary supplement, mix 1 scoop (9.1 grams) of RecoverElite X in 8-10 ounces of water and drink immediately post-exercise. For optimal recovery, mix 1 scoop of RecoverElite X and 2-3 scoops of RecoverElite in 16-20 ounces of water and drink immediately post-exercise.

What's the difference between RecoverElite and RecoverElite X?

RecoverElite X acts as a natural anti-inflammatory/pain-relieving agent and reduces muscle oxidative stress. Regular RecoverElite ingredients act to replenish muscle glycogen (via carbs), replace electrolytes, and provide protein for muscle repair. When put together you can see how they complement one another as the ingredients all do different things to help you bounce back quicker from training.

Should I take RecoverElite X after every workout?

We recommend taking RecoverElite X after extremely hard workouts and during intense train blocks to help keep acute inflammation at bay.

What other EndurElite products should I take with RecoverElite X?

For optimal muscle repair and recovery we recommend our regular RecoverElite, Creatine Elite, JointElite, and SleepElite.

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