Olympian Labs E-FORCE Pre-Workout provides you the power you want in a pre-workout and uses Encapsulated Technology to make it possible for Sustained Released thermogenics and electrolytes to hit you with the power you need, TWICE. The clock starts once you drink E-FORCE. The FIRST HIT explodes in approx. 20 minutes; the SECOND HIT reignites you in an additional 20 minutes.
E-FORCE sustained release provides constant performance to help you handle your intense training from start to finish. It helps increase protein synthesis and provies increased muscle pump. E-Force is equipped with enhanced ingredients to help delay muscle fatigue so you don’t have to quit.
Olympian Labs E-FORCE Pre-Workout does it all without fillers, without artificial flavors, without artificial sweeteners or allergens, giving you only what’s pure. Because you deserve pure performance sports nutrition.
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Some athletes say that vitamin E helps boost immunity and ease muscle cramps.
Vitamin E is important to athletes because it is an antioxidant and may help to prevent some of the oxidative damage that may occur from exercise. This oxidative damage, caused by free radicals, may interfere with the cells’ ability to function normally and is believed to play a role in many different health conditions, including the aging process, cancer, and heart disease.
Vitamin E promotes a healthy immune system and may help to prevent the dip in immune function that may occur right after exercise. Vitamin E may also help to ease muscle cramps.
Most controlled studies show that vitamin E does not benefit exercise performance,1 except possibly at high altitudes. A controlled study of mountain climbers at high altitude found that 400 IU per day of vitamin E improved anaerobic threshold, a physiological measure of aerobic endurance.2 More research is needed to determine whether this improvement might affect actual performance of athletic activities at high altitudes.
Strenuous exercise increases production of harmful substances called free radicals, which can damage muscle tissue and result in inflammation and muscle soreness. Antioxidants such as vitamin E might reduce this damage by neutralizing free radicals before they can damage the body.3, 4 While some research has reported that vitamin E supplementation in the amount of 800 to 1200 IU per day reduces biochemical measures of free radical activity and muscle damage caused by strenuous exercise,5, 6, 7 several studies have not found such benefit,8, 9, 10, 11 and no research has investigated the effect of vitamin E on performance-related measures of strenuous exercise recovery.
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NOTE: Some of the ingredients have been encapsulated for sustained release, and will not immediately dissolve when added to liquid. This is intentional; drink entire serving immediately after mixing to maximize the sustained release effect during training. Floating powder may be visible.
CAUTION: Check with a qualified healthcare professional before taking this product. Do not use if you are sensitive to caffeine, pregnant or nursing a baby, under 18 years of age, have any known or suspected medical conditions, and/or if you are taking any medications. E-FORCE Pre-Workout contains stimulants (Energized Thermogenic Matrix), the equivalent of approximately 3 cups of coffee. Avoid using with any other products that are considered to be stimulants.Too many stimulants may cause nervousness, irritability, sleeplessness, and, occasionally, rapid heartbeat.