In an earlier podcast, we discussed the AMPED™ products and their impact on female athletes. Now, Dr. Paul Biondich puts the focus on men’s performance and provides recommendations for using the line.
When winning is at stake, many athletes aim to boost their performance with ergogenic aids and nutritional supplements that not only give an extra edge, but also help meet their dietary needs. It can be difficult to tell the difference between a high-quality product and one that may contain ingredients that lead to a positive drug test.
Find out why our newly launched AMPED™ Protein Bars have emerged as a stand-alone player in the world of sports nutrition. Isagenix Research Nutritionist Alex Mohr discusses how these Informed-Sport certified bars were developed to be best in quality for athletes, containing 28 grams of whey-based protein, five grams of sugar, and no artificial colors, flavors, or sweeteners.
At Isagenix, we work to ensure products that are safe for athletes to use all over the world. For this reason, we are pleased to announce that the AMPED line as well as other athlete-focused Isagenix products are now certified with Informed-Sport.
We're pleased to announce the launch of new AMPED™ Protein Bars. These delicious bars are already garnering quite a bit of excitement. For good reason: they're our highest-protein bars, are cleanly crafted with no artificial sweeteners or flavors, and are Informed-Sport Certified.
On this call, Dr. Katie Carpenter breaks down many of the misconceptions that deter women from the use of sports products, including confusion about bloating and gaining too much muscle. Learn why some of the ingredients found in AMPED™ products can be of added interest to female athletes.
The use of creatine as a nutritional supplement is safe, effective, and ethical, according to the recent position published by the International Society of Sports Nutrition (ISSN) (1).
Anyone who regularly runs or cycles long distances knows that the fuel used to support those activities can be just as important as the training itself. The collective research supports the idea that both caffeine and nitrate supplementation together may be the extra boost needed by endurance athletes.
Ever try working out in scorching temperatures? For athletes, runners, or anyone who enjoys outdoor exercise, five minutes in the open air may feel exhausting with the sun’s heat draining the energy out of their bodies.
Nitrates and beet juice supplements have taken the sports nutrition world by storm – and for good reason. Listen as Director of Science Communications David Despain dives into some of the latest studies involving nitrates and explains how they work in the body to enhance performance and decision making.