Powerendure (2018 formula) - 515g

by Organicore

Powerendure is a revolutionary formula made for serious athletes in all sports: athletics, cycling, martial arts, running, triathlon, swimming, football, basketball, tennis, weight lifting, body-building, skiing, name it. Why is the list so long? Because in all these sports, at least if you are training really hard, you need both: power and endurance, aerobic and anaerobic performance. So here comes Powerendure, the first comprehensive zero stimulants formula containing beta-alanine, citrulline, taurine, ornithine, HMB, and glutamine. This 2nd generation of already proven product from Organicore uses smart and effective ingredients which build strength and endurance directly - as an ergogenic aid - and indirectly - as protein synthesis and regeneration support. 

"The first complete nitric oxide matrix combining ergogenic : beta-alanine, citrulline, taurine, ornithine, HMB, and glutamine. No stimulants, no creatine, no fillers, no bullshit."

  • 515g / 50 servings / 25 days
  • Enhances endurance, strength and explosive power
  • Reduces muscle fatigue during training
  • Significantly improves regeneration
  • Highly ergogenic, but without caffeine (evening training)
  • Not causing water retention and empty weight gain
  • Without any artificial sweeteners, coloringflavors and other harmful artificial additives
Suggested Usage

Mix 1 scoop of Powerendure with 250-350ml of water and drink it 30-45 min prior to your workout. For the best results, mix 1 scoop of Powerendure with water and consume it also in the morning. 

More Info

Pwerendure contains clinically proven amino acids citrulline malate, L-ornithine, taurine, and beta-alanine which enhances endurance, strength and delays muscle fatigue, especially in the final part of races and competitions. It also contains glutamine and HMB which shorten recovery time, magnesium malate which prevent muscle cramps and cinnamon, which optimizes the bioavailability of ingredients. Vitamins C and E neutralize free radicals, which are released during excessive physical exertion.  

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