X2Performance for Training Long, Hard, and Recovering Fast

Disclosure: I am participating in a sponsored campaign for X2PERFORMANCE®. I received compensation for this post. While all opinions are my own, these statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.

As an athlete, even an, ahem, older athlete, I am always looking for an edge to improve my performance. The science of training and performance has come so far in recent years that there are many supplements that claim to enhance an athlete’s strength, speed, and endurance.

Of course, there are so many products that make claims, sometimes outlandish claims, that one needs to do their homework to make sure that the product in question not only will improve performance, but is also do so in a healthy (and legal) way. And in my case, I have a third requirement: Any nutritional supplement that I use must contain only animal-free ingredients.

X2PERFORMANCEThe first thing I did when I was invited to join the X2Performance program was to check out the ingredients.  I found it to contain the X2Performance BIOIDS® Advanced Cellular Formula, a patent pending formula with glucose, bioenergy RIBOSE®, PEAK ATP® Di Sodium, Co Enzyme Q10, caffeine, D-Pinitol, plus electrolytes calcium, magnesium, sodium, and potassium. They all passed the second and third requirements by being safe, plant-based ingredients.

Next, is it effective? I haven’t tried X2Performance yet, so I can’t speak from personal experience. Instead, I researched the science as well as reports from other athletes who have used it.

I admit. I am not a scientist. I do understand, though, that ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate) is the cellular energy required for muscular contraction, cellular division, and cellular growth within the body. The patent-pending BIOIDS® advanced cellular compound enhances the generation and regeneration of ATP. That, along with the electrolytes can enhance performance, increase energy, and improve recovery. For a more detailed explanation of the science behind X2Performance check here.

I was much more interested in the endorsements of other athletes.  The X2Performance Triathlon Team consists of men and women of all levels of performance, who are moms and dads, some who have served our country, real people with real lives who still want to be competitive in their sport, and are preparing to compete in one of the most grueling and challenging races in the world, the Ironman.

In particular, I was inspired by Ted, a 64 year old grandfather, retired colonel, businessman, and now, Ironman athlete. He first tried X2Performance during a 70 mile bike ride and felt an immediate difference. It was his belief in the product that led him to become part of the X2Performance Triathlon Team.

As an endurance athlete, I look for supplements that will enhance my sport. Endorsements from people like Ted, and other long distance triathletes, helped me to make the decision to promote X2Performance.

Now you have a chance to try it for free! You can take advantage of this limited time offer and receive a free trial of X2Performance! You will need to select a subscription plan and pay $5.95 shipping charge, but you can cancel the subscription (even before your first shipment) at any time and still receive your free trial.

If you’re a runner, triathlete, or other endurance athlete, you might want to give X2Performance a try!

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    • says

      I hear you, Coco.
      I’ve been caffeine free for several years now. Even if I have some early in the morning I end up having a really hard time falling to sleep at night.

      It’s weird, because when I was a teen I used to drink a lot of high caffeine beverages with hardly any noticeable effects. Then once I hit 28 it just sort of hit me. Weird, right?

      That said, I’ll sometimes make an exception. It’s pretty rare though. 🙂
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  1. says

    Interesting! I have not heard of X2 for performance. I messed up due to incorrect fuel intake during my marathon, leading me to go from 2:40 pace to finish in 2:49 by the end. I am looking to figure that problem out. I had a real bad problem with caffeine and it hit my body hard. I am going to read more on X2 as I plan to do another marathon in the fall, this time more around my fitness level!

    Thanks for the information 🙂
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  2. says

    I think I’m going to try this! I am going to train for my first triathlon this year and I usually don’t take pre-workout supplements, this one actually looks pretty decent. Some of the other pre-workout mixes I have looked at have splenda and other chemicals so I avoid those. I wonder if this works mid-workout too?

    • says

      Yeah, forget the ones with splenda and chemicals 🙂

      As far as I know, the X2PERFORMANCE product should be taken 30 minutes before working out to give time for your body to absorb and product more energy naturally.

      The biggest issue with taking it mid-workout is you won’t benefit from the increased energy. That said, you’ll probably feel more energetic afterward, which would be nice as well. I guess it’s something you’ll have to experiment with.
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