Phosphates For Building Endurance

Your body uses phosphates to produce a high-energy compound called creatine phosphate. A study published in the Strength and Conditioning Journal suggests that phosphate supplementation can play a role in improving endurance exercise performance. According to scientists, phosphates increase levels of 2,3-DPG, a compound that promotes the delivery of oxygen to cells.

True Strength Moment: You can get phosphates from a lot of food sources including whole grains, dairy, meat, fish and poultry. Of course, you're also consuming a lot of calories, carbohydrates and fat with those foods. ON's Threshold beta-Alanine Powder combines the stamina supporting qualities of beta-Alanine with the amino acid histidine and phosphates to help you train harder for longer.
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