Train university study results

Train university study results

The 14th Annual International Society of Sports Nutrition (ISSN) Conference and Expo was held in Phoenix, Arizona June 22-24th, where AthElite Nutrition’s pre-workout product, TRAIN, had its first university study presented to the public. The data will be published later this year in the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition.

Conducted at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, FL under Principal Investigator, Jose Antonio, Ph.D., TRAIN’s first randomized double-blind, placebo-controlled, crossover study showed significant differences between TRAIN for the number of bench press repetitions to failure (+4) as well as total weight lifted (+170lbs) vs. the placebo in the experiment proving that after just one dose, TRAIN users realized an improvement in muscular endurance.

It’s also interesting to note that the placebo contained an equivalent amount of caffeine as TRAIN, to show the effectiveness of the other active ingredients in our formulation vs. the well-established effects from caffeine’s performance enhancements.  

An 8-week study is planned for TRAIN this fall looking for improvements in muscular strength, speed, and body recomposition. Through our partnership with the ISSN and the AthElite Research Grant we will continue to study each formulation before it’s released to market, and publish the findings.

Is your favorite supplement brand putting an investment into your safety and performance by testing their formulations and sharing the published data vs. just relying on the “borrowed science” of ingredients proven to work individually and throwing them together in a “formulation” with the expected outcome to be positive (but unproven)?

AthElite Nutrition is Proven. Performance. Fuel.

 

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