Recommended to take 2 scoops of Beetroot Pro® 1-2 hours before your workout.
Studies show beet juice can enhance endurance and stamina
Suggest two cups of raw beet juice per day or beetroot powder extract
Beetroot juice has been touted for its ability to boost energy levels and improve athletic performance. It also contains nitrates that may help prevent muscle cramps during exercise.
Why Should I Drink Beetroot Juice?
"The nitrates in beetroot powder have been shown to increase muscle contractility, which can lead to increased strength and power output," says strength and conditioning coach Mike T. Nelson.
Drinking beetroot juice before working up a sweat can give you an extra burst of energy. This helps you perform better at the gym and gives you more stamina throughout your workout.
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How Much Beetroot Juice Should I Have?
We find that Beetroot Pro® quickly absorbs, therefore taking 2 scoops with 8 oz of chilled water 1-2 hours before your workout is optimal.
If you’re looking to boost your performance during exercise, try having one glass of beetroot juice 1-2 hours before starting your workout. It will help you feel energized and ready to go. There are no stimulants, so you can feel free to drink anytime of the day or evening.
After drinking about 16 ounces before cycling, people were able to ride 16 percent longer than before, discovered researchers at the University of Exeter
The benefits of drinking beetroot juice include increased energy levels, improved endurance, and better muscle recovery after workouts. In fact, some studies suggest that drinking beetroot juice before working out could improve athletic performance.
Runners World: Science has long shown the benefits of beets for athletes: Runners who threw back a beet juice shot before racing cut 1.5 percent off their 5K race times, found a study published in the Journal of Applied Physiology
One study found that athletes who drank beetroot juice prior to running sprints were able to run faster than those who didn’t drink the juice. Another study showed that people who drank beetroot juice had higher blood lactate concentrations (the amount of sugar in the bloodstream) during exercise.
In the body, "nitric oxide is secreted by the endothelial cells, which line the inner walls of the blood vessels, and it communicates with the smooth muscle cells, triggering them to relax," explains Nathan Jenkins, Ph.D., an assistant professor in the Department of Kinesiology at the University of Georgia.
If you want to reap the health benefits of beetroot juice, you should consume at least two cups of raw beet juice per day. However, if you’re looking for a natural alternative to sports drinks, you might be interested in trying beetroot juice from an extract instead (such as Beetroot Pro®).
PubMed: Inorganic nitrate and beetroot juice supplementation was associated with a significant reduction in systolic BP
Researchers found that drinking beetroot juice helped increase blood flow to muscles, which led to greater oxygen delivery and less fatigue during exercise.
When Should I Take Beetroot Powder?
We find that Beetroot Pro® quickly absorbs, therefore taking 2 scoops with 8oz of chilled water 1-2 hours before your workout is optimal. You may also take Beetroot Pro® anytime of day as it does not contain any stimulants. Beetroot Pro is a beet extract, without any of the stomach churning fibers and sugar.
FDA Disclosure: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
It is recommended to consult with a healthcare professional before taking any dietary supplement especially if you have any medical condition, pregnancy, breastfeeding or are on any medication.
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