- Increases heat tolerance
- Improves hot weather performance
- Reduces exercise-related dehydration
Perform at your peak, regardless of high temperatures. Take Liquid Endurance in the days prior to exercising in the heat and you’ll start your day hyper-hydrated and feeling great until the end. As dehydration takes hold of those around you, you’ll still be going strong.
Knowing that the body cannot process fluids you consume at the same rate you sweat, some degree of dehydration (and it’s correlating performance decline) has been accepted as inevitable when exercising in the heat. That is, until now. Glycerol, the active ingredient in this one-of-a-kind product, maximizes intercellular water levels to be called upon as needed during activity. Decline in body-water levels is thus prevented or delayed. It is the only way to safely and effectively prepare your body for heat exposure—minimizing dehydration and maximizing performance in hot weather.
Arm yourself against the elements. Add Liquid Endurance to your arsenal. It mixes easily into a delicious drink you’ll look forward to after every session.
DOSING FOR SINGLE DAY USE:
LOADING DOSE PROTOCOL PRIOR TO HOT-WEATHER EVENT:
| Liquid Endurance|
|Serving Size: 0.5 oz. (15 mL)|
Serving Per Container: 32
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value*|
|*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.|
|Ingredients: Purified Water, Glycerin, Ascorbic Acid, Natural Flavor, Beta Carotene for color.|
|Contains No Juice|
Great for handling the heat or long workout. Be sure and take lots of water and several doses over the course of a couple days.
Thanks for the feedback Dan, we brought it back specifically for athletes like you!
It helped me through the 2019 World's International Dragon Boat races . Helped with staying hydrated and maintaining. energy.
Hello MJ! We are so happy Liquid Endurance has worked out for you!
I tried this for two long runs in the summer heat and humidity. It didn't help as far as I could tell. I struggled just as bad during those runs as I did before. And, if you follow the dosing directions on the bottle, each bottle is only good for a handful of hot runs. I don't want to spend that much money for a product that really didn't work. And, the dispensing of the liquid was a mess. I have used containers like this before but this one was sooo touchy that if I didn't have it just right, either no liquid would come up or it would shoot all over the place. You're better off saving your money and just acclimating to the heat.
I used the original formula of Liquid Endurance when I was younger (40's) and faster. I'd missed it. It helped keep me going during marathons, 50 milers and century rides. I'm now 57 and still active. I was happy to see Hammer reformulate & reissue this product, and the results do not disappoint in the Texas heat. I want to enjoy my workouts now more than race. I will use Liquid Endurance to complement my Hammer fueling - Perpetuem and Endurolytes Extreme in my HEED bottle - so I can run and ride and feel I'm getting the most from my hydration. No cramping, no stomach upset with any Hammer products. I also like the new "dosing" bottle.
Hi Meda, thank you for taking the time to leave a review. We're glad to hear that Liquid Endurance works as well for you now as it did before. Keep Hammering!
Have only used three times but in extreme heat and have not cramped. Did a 1.5 day preload
What is the shelf life liquid endurance. Refrigerated or otherwise. Is this the same as liquid endurance that hammer stopped selling several years ago. Glad to see this product as it gets hot and humid here in Oklahoma.
- Asked by Furball
- Verified Reply - SteveLiquid Endurance has a "Best By" date that extends two (2) years from the date of manufacture, which is listed on the bottle as MFG
So what is in it?? The nutritional info is 0's everywhere...
- Asked by Coach Alex
- Verified Reply - SteveTake a look at the ingredient list and you will see the following: Purified Water, Glycerin, Ascorbic Acid, Natural Flavor, Beta Carotene for color. The main component in Liquid Endurance is Glycerin, also known as Glycerol, which is a well-tolerated, naturally produced metabolite of fatty acid oxidation. Glycerol absorbs rapidly when taken with water, increasing the water content in blood, cells, and extracellular spaces. All three of these compartments contribute to sweat volume, resulting in a significant increase in cooling efficiency during prolonged exercise in the heat. Check out the HOW TO USE LIQUID ENDURANCE link at https://www.hammernutrition.com/liquid-endurance for more information on how to use this product.
Is this to be used for long races only? I live in the south and am thinking this would be beneficial on the longer training runs 1.5+ hours. By the South, I mean Savannah, GA with 100% humidity. Thank you.
- Asked by RunningSell
- Verified Reply - SteveLiquid Endurance may most certainly be used on a daily basis. ATHLETES WEIGHING UP TO 130 LBS. Mix 1/2 ounce (15 ml) Liquid Endurance with 16-28 ounces of water. ATHLETES WEIGHING MORE THAN 130 LBS. Mix 1 ounce (30 ml) Liquid Endurance with 16-28 ounces of water.
What benefit would this have if taken the day of the event?
- Asked by Jose
- Verified Reply - SteveWhen taken with water, glycerol maximizes the cell's fluid storage capabilities. This allows for higher sweat volume, thus increasing evaporative cooling benefits. This allows body core temperatures to stay at a more-optimal temperature, which helps cardiovascular function and keeps the heart from having to work so hard. Additionally, adequate cellular fluid supplies help maintain the consistency and efficiency of the metabolic reactions necessary for efficient muscle fuel transport. .
Doing Lville 140.6 on October 14, 2018. The training has been hot & humid. I do realize in October we should have cooler temps however the humidity could be very high. I will most likely take 14 hours to finish this day. Would you recomend this product for this race?
- Asked by SheBIkes
- Verified Reply - SteveYes, Liquid Endurance would be an appropriate product for your October race. The average temperature for Louisville on race day is 65 degrees... probably not nearly as warm as what you've been training in over the summer, but still warm enough (and it could always be warmer on race day than the average temperature). Add in high humidity, and it'll be a bit warmer than 65 degrees. Plus, you're going to be competing a good part of the day, losing a fair amount of fluid via sweat, and the longer an athlete exercises, the greater the potential for becoming a bit dehydrated. All of these things would merit a 3-day load of Liquid Endurance.
Is this safe for 14 year old.
- Asked by Gunnar
- Verified Reply - SteveYes, Liquid Endurance is safe for teenage athletes. I recommend use the lower dose amount: Mix 1/2 ounce (15 ml) Liquid Endurance with 16-28 ounces of water
Can this be used in addition to supplemental electrolytes?
- Asked by Gilbert
- Verified Reply - SteveAbsolutely! Remember, though, that you will want to supplement with electrolytes on an hourly basis during exercise (a pre-exercise dose is also recommended). Liquid Endurance is a product that can be used prior to any exercise session, though its best benefits are realized when used in a 3-day loading dose protocol prior to a hot-weather event. MORE LIQUID ENDURANCE INFO: In hot-weather conditions, especially beyond a two-hour effort, your body’s core temperature can increase dramatically. Your internal cooling system responds appropriately, producing copious sweat. However, unlike your car’s radiator, which recycles its coolant, your sweat evaporates and drips away, and it’s gone. Obviously, re-hydration is your basic strategy, but a well-planned loading dose of Liquid Endurance when a hot-weather workout or race is on tap can help keep you within safe limits. Un-replenished fluid loss causes endurance athletes several problems: • Your heart must work harder in order to pump a decreased, but thickened, blood volume. • Fluid depletion inside and outside muscle cells may slow down the metabolic reactions necessary for efficient muscle fuel transport. • Inadequate fluids result in higher cell temperatures that alter metabolism, causing less-than-optimal endurance performance. At the very least, excess body fluid loss means premature fatigue and decreased performance. If the loss goes unchecked during extended exercise, the potential for dehydration and its serious consequences increases. Once you get into the dehydration range, you’re cooked—literally and figuratively—collecting a DNF and possibly an IV, too. Liquid Endurance, along with prudent hydration, will address the two primary problems—fluid loss and fuel metabolism decline—that endurance athletes face when training or competing in hot conditions. Liquid Endurance contains glycerol, a well-tolerated, naturally produced metabolite of fatty acid oxidation. Glycerol absorbs rapidly when taken with water, increasing the water content in blood, cells, and extracellular spaces. All three of these compartments contribute to sweat volume, resulting in a significant increase in cooling efficiency during prolonged exercise in the heat. For additional information, including usage suggestions, please visit https://www.hammernutrition.com/products/fuels/liquid-endurance/
What is the best way to store this product? In the cupboard or in the refrigerator? Thanks!
- Asked by Rob
- Verified Reply - SteveLiquid Endurance does not need to be refrigerated. Keeping it in a cool, dry area (e.g. cupboard) is completely fine.