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    Supplement question

    Has anyone tried and have an opion on the benifits or lack there of a product called sportlegs? here is a link
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    http://www.sportlegs.com/what/what.asp

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    This thread is still on the first page.

    Anybody have any experience with Sportlegs supplements?

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    Quote Originally Posted by velocity
    Has anyone tried and have an opion on the benifits or lack there of a product called sportlegs? here is a link
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    Velocity
    http://www.sportlegs.com/what/what.asp
    looks like junk to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enthalpic
    This thread is still on the first page.

    Anybody have any experience with Sportlegs supplements?
    Wooops thanks
    V

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    Sounds like BS. My cheap generic MVI has the same nutrients only in slightly larger quantities. Also the only thing that increases lactate in the blood is a lack of oxygen. During aerobic exercise carbohydrate is broken down to pyruvate in one of the steps in glycolysis. If there is insufficient oxygen (ie anaerobic) the pyruvate will be converted to lactate, and can be later converted back to pyruvate when there is sufficient oxygen to do so.

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