Patent Pending Altitude PR Supplement Formula

Referenced Research
  • Rhodiola Rosea: Rhodiola Rosea has been found to boost aerobic performance at altitude (1) and improve explosive power and recovery from increased antioxidant capacity (2).
  • Cordyceps: Cordycepin is recommended for overall health and wellness (3). It also improves tolerance to high intensity exercise by increasing blood flow, enhancing oxygen utilization, and acting as an antioxidant (4).
  • Ginko Biloba: Ginko Biloba can help diminish typical side effects of high altitude acclimitization including headache, nausea, fatigue, and insomnia (5). It can also reduce tissue hypoxia by increasing vasodilation which helps increase blood flow to muscles during exercise and recovery (6).
  • Glutamine: Glutamine supplementation improves immune function during long-term exercise and can directly modify neurotransmitter actions in the brain, affecting mood and cognition. Glutamine has also been shown to reduce subjective fatigue while training at altitude (7).
  • Creatine: Creatine Monohydrate (CMH) is widely studied and is one for the most helpful nutritional supplements for athletes. Creatine increases high-intensity exercise capacity and lean body mass during training (8,9).  Creatine has also been found to help with mood (10). It is well known that depression and depressive symptoms increase at altitude. Current NIH trials are looking at the ability of CMH to significantly improve depressive symptoms at altitude (13) following prior compelling research.
  • Ashwagandha: Ashwagandha has been shown to demonstrate improvements in physical functioning, cognitive function, and VO2 max (11). Additionally, ashwagandha has been found to improve quality of sleep and mental alertness (12).