Take on increased training volume and intensity with confidence
BY STEVE BORN
Spring is here, the weather is warming up, the days are longer, the sun’s out a lot more, and like most athletes, you’re chomping at the bit to get in more training time more frequently. While that’s all good, make sure you increase your training volume and intensity g-r-a-d-u-a-l-l-y. Doing that will take a little discipline, no doubt, but if you’ll remember to look at the “big picture” (i.e. the long season ahead) your body will thank you many times over.
Unfortunately, many athletes get overly caught up in the excitement and try to do more training volume and intensity than their bodies are ready for (the “too much too soon” syndrome). It may vary between sports, but it is believed that up to 75% of injuries occur from increasing mileage too quickly. We can all agree that getting injured and losing valuable training time—especially this early in the season—is no fun at all.
If you haven’t done it already, do not wait any longer to get your body’s joints, ligaments, tendons, and connective tissue “nutritionally prepped” for the upcoming workload. The best place to start? Tissue Rejuvenator. Each and every day. While Tissue Rejuvenator is known primarily for its ability to powerfully reduce aches and soreness—and it’s truly awesome at doing just that—its uniquely potent blend of joint-nourishing nutrients will help maintain the strength of your body’s cartilage, ligaments, tendons, and connective tissue.
Daily doses of Tissue Rejuvenator—two capsules twice daily (double that if you’re currently dealing with extra soreness)—will provide the raw materials needed for strengthening the joints and providing the protection you’re looking for.
Whether you choose the original Tissue Rejuvenator formula, the slightly different (but just as effective) Vegan Tissue Rejuvenator formula, or a combination of the two (we’ve received a lot of positive feedback from athletes who use both formulas—2-4 capsules of each twice daily), you can be confident as you gradually build up training intensity and volume, knowing your body is ready to take on the demands you’re placing on it.
Remember, too, that the benefits of Tissue Rejuvenator are cumulative, which means you won’t build up a tolerance to the product. Consistent use is vital to achieve the best results, so take Tissue Rejuvenator even on your non-training days.
Let 2019 be the season you stay strong and injury free, and do it the healthy way—free of all the undesirable side effects that come from over-the-counter pain relievers—with Tissue Rejuvenator. Whether you use the original formula, the vegan formula, or a combination of both, we guarantee your satisfaction 100%.
QUESTION: What is the difference between Tissue Rejuvenator and Vegan Tissue Rejuvenator?
ANSWER: Though many of the ingredients in the existing Tissue Rejuvenator formula are already vegan-friendly, a vegan-friendly version cannot contain:
- Shellfish-derived glucosamine sulfate
- Bovine cartilage-derived chondroitin sulfate
- Chicken sternum-derived UC Type II collagen
While a vegan-friendly chondroitin sulfate is simply not available—it’s been attempted but never perfected—we were able to source a great non-animal glucosamine sulfate.
GreenGrown® is a 100% vegan source glucosamine, derived from GMO-free corn. GreenGrown® provides the same benefits that shark cartilage- or bovine cartilage-derived glucosamine sulfate does, and it’s Kosher certified and requires no shellfish allergen warning. Every 4-capsule dose of Vegan Tissue Rejuvenator supplies your body with the same 500 mg of glucosamine you’ll find in our original Tissue Rejuvenator.
Horsetail Leaf is a wild perennial herb, and is perhaps the richest plant source of silica, which is required for collagen formation (often referred to as “the glue that holds us together”). While primarily known for its beneficial effects on bone health, silica also plays a major role in supporting strong, healthy, flexible joints. Every 4-capsule dose of Vegan Tissue Rejuvenator provides 200 mg of Horsetail Leaf, yielding a total of 14 mg of elemental silica.
Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a type of carbohydrate known as mucopolysaccharides (a.k.a. glycosaminoglycans) that occurs naturally throughout the human body and is found primarily in connective tissue. HA serves to lubricate and cushion body tissue, such as in the joints and eyes. Non-animal sourced hyaluronic acid is commercially synthesized through bacterial fermentation of sugars. Every 4-capsule dose of Vegan Tissue Rejuvenator supplies 80 mg of vegan-friendly hyaluronic acid.