Peak O2 – New King of Power and Performance Supplements?

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Do mushrooms really hold the secret to increased athletic performance?

If you’ve been following the science-wire in the supplement industry, you’ve probably heard of a new endurance-boosting compound called PeakO2™. Developed by Compound Solutions (creators of TeaCrine™ and Carb10™), PeakO2 is a patent-pending blend of six Ayurvedic mushroom varieties grown and harvested right here in the United States.

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These six mushrooms act as powerful adaptogens in the body, enabling athletes to adapt and overcome all sorts of physical, emotional, and psychological stressors. The end result is greater endurance, stamina and all-around performance, allowing you to get a “leg up” on the competition.

Landmark PeakO2 Study

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PeakO2 gained notoriety based off a landmark 2016 study conducted at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. [1] In that trial, subjects consumed 4g/day PeakO2 and experienced significant increases in peak power output and VO2 time to exhaustion after only seven days of use.

While 4g/day is certainly within reason to consume each day, many who were intrigued by the study began to question whether or not similar performance benefits could be gained with lower doses of the mushroom blend.

Could you experience similar results with 3g/day? How about 2g/day, or even 1g/day?!

Well, Compound Solutions listened to the chatter around the industry and decided to conduct another PeakO2 trial.

New PeakO2 Research

The newest clinical trial using PeakO2 was conducted at the University of Charleston, in West Virginia. Researchers aimed to test several lower dose protocols, as well as the effects of a “loading dose” of PeakO2.

As opposed to the first PeakO2 study, which tested VO2 max, the new study was more centered around exercises conducted at submaximal levels, which makes a lot of sense for real world athletes – no athlete can go 100% full speed the entire time of a competition. There’s spurts of max effort, but more often you’re working at a sub maximum effort.

So, what were the various dosing protocols used by the team of researchers and what were the results?

You’ll find out next.

1g/Day Dose

10 test subjects consuming 1g/day for 28 days, demonstrated the following performance improvements:

Increased time to fatigue

Subjects experienced a 4.2% improvement in time-to-fatigue from pre-to post, a difference of 22.6 seconds. Basically, participants lasted longer during exercise before succumbing to fatigue.

Improved oxygen utilization

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)

Faster heart rate recovery

Subjects consuming 1g / day PeakO2 experienced a significant improvement in Heart Rate (HR) from pre-to mid. The average among the group was a reduction of 4.2 bpm.

This graph shows the time to fatigue measured during the Aerobic Capacity test in the group receiving 1g/day of PeakO2. Time to fatigue is higher at post (28 days) time points in 1/g day group.

Graph shows results from 1g/day PeakO2 on a five minute, submaximal stage, performed at the same intensity across the trials. VO2 max is significantly lower at post (28 days) compared to pre. Thus, the subjects are performing the same amount of work with less exertion.

2g/Day Dose

The second dosing protocol involved 9 subjects who consumed 2g / day of PeakO2 for 28 days. Following are results of the group’s performance in the tests:

  • 3.6% improvement in time-to-fatigue (+28.9 seconds) from pre to post.
  • Significant reduction in Economy lactate (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). Basically, the subjects are producing less lactate while performing the same about of work.

Graph shows the time-to-fatigue measured during the Aerobic Capacity test in subjects receiving 2g / day of PeakO2. Pre (baseline), Mid (14 days), Post (28 days)

“#” indicates trend for difference from baseline

Graph shows lactate taken during the economy phase of the Aerobic Capacity test in the group receiving 2g/day of PeakO2. Measurements taken pre (baseline), mid (14 day) and post (28 day) during a five minute, submaximal stage, executed at the same intensity across testing. Note the trend of Lactate is significantly lower at the mid (14 days) and post (28 days) time points than at baseline.

*indicates difference from baseline at p<.05

Loading Dose (12g/day)

For the the final dosing protocol, researchers wanted to investigate the effects of “loading” PeakO2. Test subjects consumed 12g/day for 7 days and preliminary results for the groups were:

Bottom 50% of treatment group

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

For the bottom 50% of the treatment group, researchers concluded that seven consecutive days of 12g / day PeakO2™ consumption improved anaerobic and aerobic power in subjects classified as “less aerobically fit.”

Top 50% of treatment group

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

The top 50% constituted those classified by researchers as “higher fit, apparently healthy individuals.” Test subjects demonstrated improved economy (i.e. lower heart rate) during submaximal aerobic exercise. In other words, subjects performed more work with less exertion and effort.

What Does this Mean?

What’s the big picture takeaway from these results?

Basically, all groups experienced increases in both power (Peak Power) and endurance (i.e. improvement in Economy VO2 and Time to Fatigue from PeakO2™ ingestion. Additionally, test subjects showed decreased Lactate decrease in Heart Rate, along with quicker recovery.

The results indicate athletes became more efficient (i.e. they can do more work with less effort) when using PeakO2™, and the data trends forecast positives for athletic-type movements (explosive, powerful movements), as well as aerobic exercise lasting longer than 10 seconds.

So, no matter if you’re a bodybuilder, crossfitter, weekend warrior or avid fitness enthusiast, consuming anywhere from 1 to 4g / day PeakO2™ can significantly enhance your athletic performance!

Where to Find PeakO2™?

So, PeakO2™ has piqued your curiosity and you’re wondering where you can find it?

Well, there’s no better, more cost effective choice than MTS Nutrition Peak Physicor™. It contains the clinically-proven 1g dose of PeakO™ for enhanced athletic performance along with 500mg of PhysiCor™ Fenugreek to support lean mass gains and body composition.

Peak PhysiCor is scientifically formulated to build lean mass, increase performance, reduce fat, and improve strength without impacting your hormones. This is what a true all-natural muscle building supplement is all about!

When you’re ready to experience true performance enhancement from an all natural product, there’s no better choice than MTS Peak PhysiCor.

References

1) Katie R. Hirsch MA, Abbie E. Smith-Ryan PhD, Erica J. Roelofs MA, Eric T., Trexler MA & Meredith G. Mock BA (2016): Cordyceps militaris Improves Tolerance to High Intensity Exercise After Acute and Chronic Supplementation, Journal of Dietary Supplements, DOI: 10.1080/19390211.2016.1203386. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/19390211.2016.1203386

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Name: Steve Shaw

Bio: I don’t believe in magic training systems or rep ranges. My philosophy is simple: remain consistent, use the best possible exercises, focus upon progression and enter the gym looking to maximize each set. When you maximize each set, you maximize progress. Easy, obvious, insanely effective.