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  • Phoenix Metabolic

     riddle updated 11 years, 4 months ago 2 Members · 5 Posts
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  • riddle

    Member
    12 September 2009 at 3:23 pm

    Has anyone else tried Procover from these guys?

  • Gunner

    Member
    12 September 2009 at 7:54 pm

    No, I haven’t……………

    But I can’t see any problem with it as a recovery drink, however, there are a number of such products in every health shop you could go in, all depends on the price I suppose.

  • riddle

    Member
    13 September 2009 at 12:59 pm

    I meant to post the link to the website!

    http://www.phxmet.com

    The price is reasonable, was out with a bottle full of Procover this morning and certainly helped. Heading out again in a bit to see if it really works!

    Like you say there are lots of suppliments on the market, nothing like Procover though, from my searching at least. From what i have seen i am not paying inflated prices for simple sugars thqt could easily be purchased from a chemist for a fraction of the cost!

    The protein stops me from having a massive insulin spike and the Leucine is a cortisol inhibtor, there by reducing stress and fatigue.

    The forest trails beckon!

  • Gunner

    Member
    13 September 2009 at 6:55 pm

    I meant to post the link to the website!

    http://www.phxmet.com

    I’d already looked at the website.

    The protein stops me from having a massive insulin spike and the Leucine is a cortisol inhibtor, there by reducing stress and fatigue.

    The forest trails beckon!

    Would be interesting to know how much MTB riding you are doing to feel the need for this product.

  • riddle

    Member
    17 September 2009 at 3:38 pm

    Probably not enough biking at present really. Until the start of August i was climbing twice a week indoors and on real rock most weekends. I used the Procover for that.

    Then I ruptured a muscle in my arm, the Cocorabrachialis I think its called. the rupture lead to sub chronic compartment syndrome and developed into DVT!

    So now I am taking Warfarin and figured mountain biking less of a risk than climbing. At least at the level I am doing anyway!

    I am continuing with the Procover to help with muscle repair of the injury, but it also means I can go for 2 rides a day at the weekends.

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