BCAAS / AMINO ACIDS
Amino Acids are the building blocks of protein and are essential to the repair of muscles and ligaments. FitAID includes the amino acids Argenine and Glutamine that help develop and maintain two types of strength: power for max effort lifts and speed for Olympic lifts. BCAA’s (branched-chain amino acids) reduce protein and muscle breakdown during intense exercise.
OMEGA 3 EFAS / COQ10
Achievement of superior cardiovascular health is one of the most important goals for the elite athlete. CoQ10 and omega 3 EFA’s are essential to cardiovascular health and to protect against coronary heart disease, but due to their expense, you won’t find them in the typical sports drink or vitamin product. Fortunately, FitAID is far from typical.
GLUCOSAMINE QUERCETIN TURMERIC
The mechanics of high intensity fitness training can lead to issues with joint and muscle inflammation, thus causing unnecessary pain and stiffness. Glucosomine is widely used for its benefit to healthy joints, while tumeric and quercetin are powerful anti-inflammatories that help maintain flexibility in the gym and reduce that common post workout soreness. You’ll be ready to hit the box again right away.
B VITAMINS GREEN TEA EXTRACTS
A demanding WOD requires stamina and endurance along with bursts of intense power and speed. The high sugar and massive amounts of caffeine contained in energy drinks aren’t what you need. The B vitamins in FitAID provide the reliable, consistent energy your body demands during an intense workout, and the mild dose of caffeine provided by our green tea extract supplies the boost needed for quick movements.
VITAMINS C, D, E
Powering through an exhaustive workout creates tremendous stress on the body. Vitamins C, D and E are included in FitAID to help protect and fortify your immune system and speed your post workout recovery.
MAGNESIUM, POTASSIUM, CALCIUM
Electrolytes regulate nerve and muscle function, our body’s hydration, and help the rebuilding of damaged tissue. The FitAID formula includes the electrolytes Magnesium, Potassium and Calcium. We skipped the sodium because of its overuse in the American diet.