- Increases heat tolerance
- Improves hot weather performance
- Reduces exercise-related dehydration
Perform at your peak, regardless of high temperatures. Take Liquid Endurance in the days prior to exercising in the heat and you’ll start your day hyper-hydrated and feeling great until the end. As dehydration takes hold of those around you, you’ll still be going strong.
Knowing that the body cannot process fluids you consume at the same rate you sweat, some degree of dehydration (and it’s correlating performance decline) has been accepted as inevitable when exercising in the heat. That is, until now. Glycerol, the active ingredient in this one-of-a-kind product, maximizes intercellular water levels to be called upon as needed during activity. Decline in body-water levels is thus prevented or delayed. It is the only way to safely and effectively prepare your body for heat exposure—minimizing dehydration and maximizing performance in hot weather.
Arm yourself against the elements. Add Liquid Endurance to your arsenal. It mixes easily into a delicious drink you’ll look forward to after every session.
Traditional Loading Procedure
3 days before a hot weather event
1. Mix 0.5 oz of Liquid Endurance with 16-26 oz (473-768 ml) of water.
2. Slowly sip a bottle over 2–3 hours.
3. Repeat for 2 or 3 daily doses.
Mix 1 oz into your first bottle.
Non Loading/Quick Help in the Heat
3-day loading is not required to enjoy significant benefits. When exercising for long periods in the heat, add .25 oz–.5 oz of Liquid Endurance to each large water bottle, which will slow your rate of dehydration.
During multi-day events, it is okay to take an additional loading dose each evening.
Most athletes will gain 1–2% of their body weight.
Weigh yourself each day. If you have gained more than 3% of your body weight before finishing the loading procedure, you have achieved the maximum effective fluid increase, and it is time to stop loading. More than 3% gain does not improve performance.
|Serving Size: 0.5 oz. (15 mL)
Serving Per Container: 32
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value*|
|*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.|
|Ingredients: Purified Water, Glycerin, Ascorbic Acid, Natural Flavor, Beta Carotene for color.|
|Contains No Juice|
Just Reordered So I Don't Run Out!
Hammer's ""Liquid Endurance"" is definitely helping to keep me hydrated as I work in high temperatures/high humidity! I am not an endurance athlete. I am a State DOT maintenance worker and exposed to excessive heat and humidity on a daily basis. I use Liquid Endurance in the evening to help my body preload and retain water for the next workday. I also use HEED and Fizz throughout my 10 hour workday to keep from getting dehydrated. Knock on wood…… I haven't experienced dehydration, heat exhaustion or heat cramps so far this summer!
Water Retention before a big event
Professional Racecar cokcpits are anywhere from 100 degrees to 130 degrees, plus head to toe in fire retardant gear, we drivers take a pounding in the heat. My endurance format of racing has me in the cockpit for 2+ hrs at a time, with the need to get back in the car 3-4hrs later for another 2+ hr stint. Rinse and repeat. I generally loose 3-5lbs of water each stint, meaning it's impossible to replenish that amount. The only way to survive is to limit the loss or the effects of a loss on the body by loading up before hand and having reserves. This is where this product has helped me in my career, allowing me to push off the mental fog and lack of focus that dehydration brings. Beat the heat, and beat the others!
Wish it came in larger container
I have ultra distances that I do. First time user, I prepped with this the 3 days before doing a 50k training run. I sweat a lot and did not notice that I sweated less, but I did notice that my legs did not feel tired and absolutely no cramping. Super excited to see how I do on the actual race day!
First time with this product, I am only taking one serving a day. I have noticed a reduction in my sweat rate but no major changes. I mainly wanted to try this product out of curiosity.