Give your body what it needs

by Milan Pantovic July 31, 2016

On 64th Annual Meeting of American College of Sports Medicine and 8th World Congress on Exercise is Medicine held in Boston 2016, group of American and European scientist presented an interesting article in which  it has been shown that molecular hydrogen could attenuate the performance decrement during short intervals of intense exercise.

In a randomized, double-blind, research design, 15 physically active men ingested molecular hydrogen-rich water  or placebo (maltodextrin), prior completing an indoor multiple sprint running trial (12 X30 m; departing at 35-s intervals). Sprint times to determine, mean sprint time, fastest time, and fatigue index were recorded via twin-beam photocells, and earlobe blood samples were drawn to evaluate pretest and posttest lactate concentrations. Heart rate was monitored continuously throughout the tests, with RPE recorded after every second sprint.

Molecular hydrogen supplementation resulted in a  reduction in mean sprint time  reduction in fastest time. Results of present pilot study indicate ergogenic potential of molecular hydrogen supplementation on multiple sprint running performance. 

H2 DRINKS TIP: FOR BEST RESULTS DRINK 1 SACHET OF NANO H2 VITA BEFORE AND 1 SACHET AFTER WARM UP.

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Pantovic, M., Jevtic, N., Magoc, D., Obradovic, J., Madic, D., & Howatson, G. (2016). Molecular Hydrogen Supplementation and Multiple Sprint Running Performance; a Pilot Investigation.: 903 Board# 219 June 1, 3: 30 PM-5: 00 PM. Medicine and science in sports and exercise, 48 (5 Suppl 1), 254.

 





Milan Pantovic
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