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SportLegs Suplemento Botella de 120 cápsulas

Precio: EUR 56,39
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Vendido y enviado por GNMART GLOBAL.
  • Pre-carga con la corriente sanguínea de lactato que aumenta efectivamente el umbral de lactato
  • Contains special natural-source compounds of vitamin D, calcium, and magnesium
  • Can be taken before or after workout to minimize soreness
  • Vitamin D (as cholecaciferol) 77 IU, 19% DV

Descripción del producto

SportLegs Suplementos nutricionales prevenir el dolor y aumentar el rendimiento por la acumulación de ácido láctico supresión.
  • Pre-carga con la corriente sanguínea de lactato que aumenta efectivamente el umbral de lactato
  • Contiene compuestos especiales de origen natural de vitamina D, calcio y magnesio
  • Puede ser tomado antes o después del entrenamiento para minimizar el dolor
  • Hechos del Suplemento por porción
  • La vitamina D (como cholecaciferol) 77 IU, 19% DV
  • Calcio 154 mg, 15% DV
  • Magnesio 77 mg, 19% DV
Especificaciones del artículo
Unidad de venta 120 Cápsulas
Sabor N / A
Tipo Cápsula
Utilizar Antes, durante, Diario
SportLegs Supplement Bottle of 120 Capsules

Descripción técnica

Información sobre el producto
Incluye bateríasNo
MarcaSport Legs

Detalles del producto

  • Dimensiones del producto: 5,8 x 5,8 x 11,4 cm
  • Número de modelo del producto: 140010
  • ASIN: B002VTWW3Q
  • Fecha de disponibilidad en Amazon: 6 de septiembre de 2012

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110 de 116 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great if you understand the expectations 16 de enero de 2012
Por biochemken - Publicado en
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As a triathlete, I go between swimming, cycling, running, and strength training in various degrees throughout the season. I use Sport Legs for every cycling and strength training workout. The product does exactly what it claims to, but understand what that is.

Sport Legs will:

- help to buffer the buildup of lactic acid so you can go do more reps on the weights or climb stronger on the bike

- help flush the lactic acid buildup after a strong effort so that you can get back to your normal cadence and power output faster after climbing (or a hard interval) or help you recover more quickly between sets in the gym.

Sport Legs will not:

- completely eliminate lactic acid burn, but you will have a higher threshold and recover quickly after the effort

- turn you into Craig Alexander or Lance Armstrong. During sprint triathlons, I picked up roughly 0.5 mph on my average due to the ability to hold the effort longer. During long training rides (50 - 75 miles) I picked up a similar amount, but where I found the most benefit is on hilly rides where I picked up close to 1 mph thanks to the ability to recover faster after climbing.

Bottom line is to understand what the product is designed to do, and it does it well. Especially when you are training 5 - 7 days a week, flushing the lactic acid out of your muscles quickly will help you recover faster so your next workout is a quality one.

Note: I haven't experimented much with sports legs on just a run. Certainly there is a difference on a brick run after the bike ride thanks to what it does on the bike. If you use it or try for your runs, let us know if you noticed any difference.
49 de 52 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas It works! 4 de julio de 2009
Por Jeffrey L. Beard - Publicado en
I am always a skeptic on stuff like this. However, I am a believer of Sportlegs. The lactic acid buildup (thus burn) during a training or racing event is eliminated. So then the recovery is much better! I like the fact that there is no "loading"...just take an hour before the effort.

I had my sis-n-law take it before running a half marathon. I didn't tell her much other than "take this dose". I joined her as a "bandit" runner in the first mile...after a few miles she said, "what did you give me? My legs have never felt this good during a run!" Her recovery was great over the next two days...she ordered a bottle and vowed to "never be without it!"

I have also had similar is not a "magic pill", but it will add to your exercise enjoyment and aid you in training and racing harder!
57 de 62 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas One semi-scientific test 28 de mayo de 2014
Por brian - Publicado en
I received some SportLegs samples at an event in the winter. I tried them for two events and I had a good race each time. So with the remaining (four) pills I had left, I decided to do a semi-scientific test of the product.

I'm an experienced triathlete (20+ years, 200+ triathlons ranging from lots of sprints up to a few Ironman distance). 6'3", 185 lbs.

My test was a 10 mile time trial bike ride (with 3 mile warm up and cool down) followed immediately by a one mile run for time. I asked my wife, a vitamin user, to put four nearly identical and harmless pills into one box and four SportLegs in another. I didn't know which was which.

First test day: 26:28 on the TT & 6:20 on the mile run. Felt awful - legs hurt a lot. Afterwards I felt queasy and exhausted, with some intestinal distress.

Second test day (today, two days later): weather conditions were very similar, same timing of breakfast / pills / workout. Legs still suffered but not as much. TT 25:40, mile run 6:10.

I was sure I'd taken SportLegs in the second workout. But I hadn't... it was Calcium/Magnesium/Vitamin D pills (500mg Calcium +250mg Magnesium)instead. So, 3% faster, legs felt better, and I feel better after, with CAL/MAG instead of Sport Legs.

I think Sport Legs might help, but there are other good (and much cheaper) options you might not have considered. This is just one test, and the bad day might have been due to something else... but that's my finding!
17 de 20 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great Product 17 de mayo de 2012
Por Amazon Customer - Publicado en
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Road cyclist here. I have big problems with muscle cramping when I do ecxtra long or hard rides. This product makes a difference in the work and cramping threshold. Meaning, I can still cramp and my legs will burn, but, like the other reviewers, I can go longer and harder(that's what she said) before fatique. For any fellow "crampers" out there. Consider adding Morton's Lite Salt to your sport drink. It's got extra potassium and sodium at a tiny cost. Gatorade markets a "pro" formula that's ridiculously expensive that simply adds these electrolytes. At the end of the day I've found that the most important factor in cramping (as long as you're hydrated and have decent nutrition) is conditioning.. It's so simple. If I get massive base miles and perform hard interval work to the tune of 8-10 hours per week, I have significantly less cramping. Recommended!
12 de 14 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Beware: GI cramping and dehydration during endurance events - see these links 30 de marzo de 2014
Por D. Barton - Publicado en
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While this seems to maybe work to help muscle recovery during high intensity events, it definately causes gut issues during endurance events. We have experienced this personally, and in trying to solve the GI problems, found good information here:

and here:

[...] (at about 26 minutes into this podcast)


hmmm. I see that the links I inserted must be not allowed by Amazon. Let me try to summarize....

If you do endurance events and are prone to stomach cramping: The "calcium lactate" in this product is actually a hydrated calcium lactate salt. Gastro intestinal distress (stomach cramping) during endurance events is caused when 'salts' cause gut cells to open up which can cause endotoxins to be released, resulting in GI distress. Calcium citrate or bicarbonate (non-salt formulations) are better forms of calcium, containing no chloride that cause cell walls to open up.

So it depends on what your priority is. If your leg muscles are feeling fine halfway into your marathon, but your stomach is cramped up, toss the sportslegs. Instead, coat your gut with a non-salt form of magnesium such as Tums or the powdered supplement called Calm. Choose bicarbonates or citrates forms of magnesium/calcium before endurance events.

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