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This will help you make the hard work pay off.

Consistent and dedicated training is hard work. Whether it’s for your own personal reasons or for performing at a high level in some form of athletics, you’re working to improve day in and day out. That effort isn’t going to help you make the most of your potential if you’re not also paying attention to proper preparation for those sessions as well as your recovery.

The IV Lounge offers a one-liter intravenous drip service that can support your efforts so you can reap the rewards you deserve. We call it our “Athletic Performance Cocktail”. Each of the six amino acids and five B-vitamins offer their own benefits. Together, they make for an awesome combination that you can feel for yourself once you have your first appointment.

Glutamine – Glutamine has been a staple in recovery supplementation for decades now. A 2019 study concluded that this could be a beneficial amino acid for athletes who are involved in longer and more exhaustive activities.

Ornithine – This amino acid helps support liver health and can remove toxins from the body. It is also responsible for the majority of the nitrogen excretion in the body.

Arginine – Arginine has been popular for the last several years because of how it positively affects blood flow. Research in 2017 concluded that it also could help reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.

Citrulline – Citrulline has been seeing a rise in popularity in recent years because of the “pump” benefits people see when they use it as a part of their weight training routines. Like arginine, it’s revered for its blood flow benefits.

Lysine – Lysine is an essential amino acid that normally has to be taken in through your diet. It has many functions including helping the body absorb calcium, iron, and zinc as well as promote the growth of collagen. If you suffer from fatigue, irritability, nausea, or a lack of concentration, it could be because you’re lacking this amino acid.

Carnitine – The benefits of carnitine are vast. It’s used as a supplement to help with energy production as well as fat loss. It also helps boost your metabolism and delays muscle fatigue. So not only could you have more energy to train, but you could train longer as well.

The B-Vitamins

If you’re not familiar with all of the rewards that are offered by taking B-vitamins, then make sure to meet the family and get acquainted. The Athletic Performance Cocktail offers five of these vitamins and then supplemented with an intramuscular shot of Vitamin B-12. Those will work in tandem with the six previously mentioned amino acids so you can be assured that your recovery and preparation for future training or performance sessions are covered on all fronts.

If after reading all of this, you think that this cocktail might help you reach the next level and maximize your potential, then contact us so we can set up an appointment and get you on the road to becoming your best.