Athletic performance improvement depends on successive, incremental exercise sessions that stimulate muscular and cardiovascular adaptation followed by a recovery period in which the body rebuilds itself slightly more fit than before. Your body responds to the stress of training by increasing its stress adaptation, commonly called “fitness,” but only when you have all recovery components in place. It is during recovery that your body rebuilds itself. How well you recover today will greatly determine your performance tomorrow. Intravenous therapies are incredibly effective and powerful because they replace lost and deficient nutrients quickly and directly into the bloodstream, restoring normal electrolyte and nutrition balance, bypassing any internal absorption issues.
Due to the stimulation of Testosterone it is possible to increase recovery rate and performance. This can and may be used by professional sports. Your body will adapt to the training you’re putting it through by storing more and more glycogen, its premium fuel, in the muscles. Exercise creates physiological stress; you become weak and depleted after a good workout. It is during recovery that your body rebuilds itself. Your body responds to the stress of training by increasing its stress adaptation, commonly called “fitness,” but only when you have all recovery components in place. Make the most of the “window of opportunity” that is present immediately after a workout. The important period that the athlete needs to take full advantage of in “refueling the tank”. IV infusions are at the core of the athlete maximizing absorption. Direct access to Intra Venous support mechanisms using the best formulation done by EU STANDARDS is for every athlete.
• Boost performance and increase strength and stamina
• Allow one to work out longer and harder;
• Reduce fatigue and shorten recovery time after strenuous athletic activity;
• Optimize the ATP Cycle by replacing essential nutrients for metabolism and energy;
• Fight free radicals for optimal physical conditioning, promoting muscle function;
• Allow one to stay healthy in hard training and to set a new personal best; and
• Strengthen the immune system especially during times of Physiological stress resulting from endurance exercise.
• Athletes who attend to the recovery process as much as they do to active training are way ahead of the game and will no doubt enjoy increased performance.