Endurance360® is formulated to be the most complete all-in- one endurance sports supplement available. Designed for athletes looking to advance to a new level in training and competition, Endurance360® improves muscle strength, reduces muscle fatigue and enables quick oxygen delivery to blood and muscles.

After only two weeks—or for many athletes even less time than that—you will discover that you can push yourself harder and recovery more quickly. Safe, effective, legal. Put it to the test!

  • Increase Muscle Endurance
  • Cellular Oxygenation
  • Increase Power Output
  • Buffer Lactic Acid
  • Reduce Muscle Fatigue
  • Muscle Cramp Prevention
  • Reduce Recovery Time
  • Safe for Competition





Beta Alanine:  A non-essential amino acid which boosts carnosine within muscles.  Clinical tests conclude with solid evidence that Beta Alanine has multiple positive effects for endurance athletes.  After three weeks of consistent Beta Alanine supplementation VO2 Max improved as much as 32%! [1]

Studies on beta-alanine supplementation and exercise performance have demonstrated improvements in performance during multiple bouts of high-intensity exercise and in single bouts of exercise lasting more than 60 s. Similarly, beta-alanine supplementation has been shown to delay the onset of neuromuscular fatigue.[2]

Creatine:  A supercharged compound that is used as a fuel source to generate ATP during intense efforts.  Creatine has been widely tested and known to enhance an athlete’s endurance and muscle power.  Don’t leave home without Creatine! [3]

Cordyceps:  Long used in traditional Chinese medicine to help those with respiratory related ailments, however this can also be applied to athletes.  One study showed “Cordyceps significantly improved the maximum amount of oxygen these people were able to assimilate.” A separate study showed a 40% improvement of cellular oxygen absorption.[4]

Rhodiola:  Used by the Tibetan Sherpa people as a root before heading up excursions to the top of Mount Everest.  Studies show that Rhodiola increases blood oxygenation and nutrition transportation.  It has also been shown to reduce fatigue under stressful conditions.[5]

L-Tyrosine:  A non-essential amino acid and a precursor to the neurotransmitter dopamine.  L-Tyrosine will help you feel energized and the ability to better concentrate.  Studies used soldiers who were sleep deprived and exhausted.  Soldiers who took L-Tyrosine were more energized and performed better than counterparts who did not take. [6]

L-Methionine:  L-Methionine is essential for the production of creatine, which is an important nutrient for proper functioning of muscles and the entire cardiovascular system.  Methionine helps the body process and eliminate fat. This essential amino acid is required to produce cysteine and taurine, which help eliminate toxins and build strong, healthy tissues, including muscle tissues. It also promotes cardiovascular health, which is especially important for people who work out regularly. [7]

L-Carnosine:  In the body, beta-alanine combines with the amino acid histidine to form carnosine. According to the Science Daily website, supplementing with beta-alanine increases carnosine production within muscles, which can help improve muscle function in the elderly. Researchers found that beta-alanine supplementation significantly boosted fitness levels as well as muscle capacity.[8]

Taurine:  Taurine is an amino acid, a chemical that is a required building block of protein.  Researchers at the School of Human Movement, Recreation and Performance, Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia demonstrated that taurine supplementation increased force  of muscle contraction by as much as 19 percent in laboratory animals. Taurine also decreased muscle fatigue by 12 percent, increased muscle endurance by 12 percent and maintained the improvement for one hour while muscle force in the control group declined. Researchers administered 2.5 percent taurine in drinking water for two weeks prior to conducting the strength and endurance tests. The study was published in the July 2009 issue of the “Journal of Applied Physiology.” [9]

 L-Arginine:  In a recent study out of the University of Exeter (UE), researchers discovered that L-arginine, one of the 20 most common natural amino acids, helps increase exercise capacity by 20 percent and race times by up to two percent.[ 10]

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