Peak O2 – Ultimate Guide to Dosing and Use

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Peak O2 made some waves this year. It was featured alongside Physicor™ in the hot-selling MTS Nutrition’s Peak Physicor™.

New data shows how to dose this breakthrough ingredient, and how to make it work best for you.

The first study reveals epic results using 4 grams of Peak O2 per day. [1] This research was performed at the University of South Carolina. An eleven times increase in VO2 Max – among other things – was established.

Peak O2 Ultimate Dosing Guide – Presented by MTS Nutrition CEO Marc Lobliner

But we knew that this compound had a build-up effect in the body, much like creatine loading. The question is, what is the amount of time to reach full saturation based on dosing?

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Completed at the University of Charleston, the protocols were designed using what most athletes train with daily. In other words, no test subject is going full speed at all times for an entire exercise bout. The groups setup were:

  1. 1g Peak O2 per day for 28 days
  2. 2g Peak O2 per day for 28 days
  3. 12g Peak O2 per day for 7 days

Interested to see the results?

Changes with 1g/day for 28 days:

  • Significant improvement (4.2%) in time to fatigue from pre-to post (+22.6 sec)
  • Significant 3.3% improvement in Economy VO2 (this is the VO2 during a sub-max 5-minute steady state cycle). (23.04 ± 3.0 ml/kg/min-1) to post (22.3 ± 3.0 ml/kg/min-1)
  • Significant improvement in HR Recovery from pre-to mid (reduction of 4.2 bpm)

*Indicates difference from baseline at p<.05

This graph shows the time to fatigue measured during the aerobic capacity test in the group receiving 1g/day of PeakO2. We have a pre (baseline), mid (14 day), and post (28 day) measurement.

Time to fatigue is higher (p<.05) at and post (28 days) time points in 1/g day group.  This represents 10 subjects in the 1 g/day group.

*Indicates difference from baseline at p<.05

This graph is showing the VO2 measured during the economy phase of the Aerobic Capacity test in the group receiving 1g of PeakO2 per day. This is a five minute, sub-maximal stage, that is the same intensity across testing.

We have a pre (baseline), mid (14 day), and post (28 day) measurement. VO2 max is significantly lower (p<.05) at post (28 days) time point compared to pre. Thus, the subjects are performing the same amount of work with less physiological output. This represents a total of 10 subjects.

Changes with 2g/day for 28 days:

  • Trend (p=.06) for improvement (3.6%) in time to fatigue from pre-to post (+28.9 sec)
  • Significant reduction in Economy lactate (this is the blood lactate sampled during a sub-max 5-minute steady state cycle) from pre (2.4 ± 0.6 mmol/L) to mid (2.3 ± 0.6 mmol/L)  and from pre to post (2.2 ± 0.5 mmol/L)

#Indicates trend for difference from baseline

This graph shows the time to fatigue measured during the aerobic capacity test in the group receiving 2g/day of PeakO2. We have a pre (baseline), mid (14 day), and post (28 day) measurement.

Time to fatigue indicates a strong trend (p=.06) exists for an increase in the 2g/day group. This represents 9 subjects in the 2 g/day group.

*Indicates difference from baseline at p<.05

This graph is showing the lactate taken during the economy phase of the aerobic capacity test in the group receiving 2g of PeakO2 per day. We have a pre (baseline), mid (14 day), and post (28 day) measurement.

This is a five minute, sub-maximal stage, that is the same intensity across testing. Lactate is significantly lower (p<.05) at the mid (14 days) and post (28 days) time points. Thus, the subjects are producing less lactate during the same about of work. This represents a total of 9 subjects.

Changes with 12g/day for 7 days. Changes in bottom 50% of treatment group:

  • Significant increase (p=.02) in VO2max (36.9 ± 3.8 to 38.9 ± 4.4 ml/kg/min-1)
  • Significant 2.6 % increase in absolute peak power output from pre-to post
  • Significant increase 6.3% in relative peak power from pre-to post

Seven days of supplementation with 12.0 g/day of PeakO2 may improve aerobic and anaerobic power output in less aerobically fit, healthy individuals.

Changes in top 50% of treatment group:

  • Significant 23.2 second increase (2.8%) in time to fatigue
  • Significant drop (3.5 bpm) in economy HR from pre-to post test.

Those higher fitness level, apparently healthy individuals may see an improvement (e.g lower Heart Rate) in economy during sub-maximal aerobic exercise. Meaning they can do more work with less effort.

*** These are unpublished data from an ongoing study and results may change as the study progresses.

In all groups they noticed extremely positive results for both power and endurance. The data shows Peak O2 helps you perform more work with less effort. They also demonstrated statistically positive effects for explosive, powerful movements (lifting heavy weights!), as well as aerobic exercise greater than 10 seconds. In other words, it helps with all aspects of performance.

The take-home message is that you want to get to 28g TOTAL and maintain it. This is why Peak Physicor recommends never cycling off… It helps you get to where you need to be and then 1g maintains it so never cycle off of Peak Physicor. Thus take 1g per day for 28 days, then keep taking 1g indefinitely. There is no reason to cycle off. Peak Physicor delivers 1g PeakO2™ per day.

PeakO2™ is a blend of six organic-certified adaptogens which are whole foods. They are not extracts. There is no reason NOT to supplement with this ingredient, and you can find it in Peak Physicor.

References

1) “Cordyceps Militaris Improves Tolerance to High-Intensity Exercise After Acute and Chronic Supplementation: Journal of Dietary Supplements: Vol 14, No 1.” Taylor & Francis Online, www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/19390211.2016.1203386.

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Name: Marc Lobliner

Bio: Marc is currently Chief Marketing Officer of TigerFitness.com, a 2012/2013/2014 INC. 500/5000 company as well as Owner/CEO of two of the fastest growing supplement companies, EthiTech Nutrition and MTS Nutrition.