2.5 fl oz/74 ml
Red Rush™contains concentrated beet juice that generates a nitric oxide boost, providing improved physical endurance. For performance, stamina, and recovery, the body craves an infusion of nitric oxide through whole-food, natural sources. Red Rush meets this need with a highly concentrated beet juice shot. Nitric oxide significantly impacts blood flow and oxygenation, two keys to improving athletic and physical performance.
- Decreases fatigue by reducing lactic acid buildup
- Promotes fast, full recovery
- Increases stamina naturally
- Enhances muscle performance
- Converts fat to fuel at a higher rate
- Magnifies oxygen utilization
- Elevates physical performance
- Boosts circulation
Note: We can fit 6 of these into a USPS Small Flat Rate box! If you are buying any more than that, your best price is the Red Rush 12 pack.
Here are some articles from our article library about beets and their applications to health. You will find that Beets are important and effective at many health related issues, as well as athletic performance.
By Mary-Ann Shearer Drinking beet juice daily can increase your stamina by 16%. A University of Exeter (U-E) led study shows for the first time how nitrate in beetroot juice leads to a reduction in oxygen uptake, therefore making exercise less tiring Beetroot juice also aids in reducing your blood pressure.
By Mary-Ann Shearer This is taken from The Natural Way I have always hated beetroot or beets. I hated the taste, which is like sand and I hated the way it would ‘bleed’ all over my food and colour and flavour everything. A plate of sandy, bloody food! ugh! Even when I started seriously researching […]
HOW dietary nitrate works is quite a trip. It is so effective, its almost hard to believe. What it really points to is that a plant based diet is very powerful for athletic (let alone health) performance. However getting enough can be a little hard at times and supplementation (specifically concentrated supplementation) will help dramatically. […]
By Mary-Ann Shearer What is homocysteine (HC)? Homocysteine (say: “ho-mo-sist-een”) is an amino acid (a building block of protein) that is produced in the human body from an essential amino acid called Methionine. Homocysteine is classed as an ‘unnatural ‘amino acid in the sense that it does not occur in food. How is a high […]
By Mary-Ann Shearer Building your Immune System I believe that one of the best ways to build your Immune system is through a natural diet. We seem to understand that to have healthy plants in our gardens like rose bushes and vegetables, we need to feed the soil with compost, manure, bone meal etc. A […]
By Mary-Ann Shearer The Modern Lifestyle is anti- antioxidants Despite the technological advances of the modern era, and the reams of scientific research which demonstrates the link between lifestyle and disease, humans continue to lead more and more damaging lifestyles. We are exposed either directly, or indirectly, to incredible amounts of environmental pollution (think tobacco smoke. […]
By Mary-Ann Shearer Keeeeennnn whaaaaaat? First is how to pronounce the word Quinoa? Well according to Merriam-Webster, the primary pronunciation is with two syllables with the accent on the first ( /ˈkiːnwɑː/ keen-wah). It may also be pronounced with three syllables, with the stress on either the first syllable ( /ˈkiːnoʊ.ə/ kee-noh-ə) or on the […]
By Mary-Ann Shearer Bloating, gas, flatulence and spastic colon are basically all the same thing; excess gas trapped in some part of the digestive tract, usually the small or large intestine resulting in distension, discomfort and sometimes even pain. This can be caused by: Eating too fast; especially foods high in concentrated carbohydrates. Chewing well […]
By Mary-Ann Shearer OSTEOPOROSIS – BONE LOSS What is osteoporosis? Osteoporosis is the most common bone disease in the world. It is estimated that 1 in 4 women in westernized countries suffer from it. Osteoporosis is a condition in which there is chronic loss of calcium from the bones resulting in severe loss of bone […]
Some nutritional considerations from Dr Campbell’s website www.tcolincampbell.com with this article from the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine. Check out some of the topics he has written about (see one below) and see some of the professional people that work closely with Dr Campbell, like; Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr., M.D. The Cleveland Clinic Suzanne Havala Hobbs, Dr.PH., […]
This is a quick conversation I had with James Olmos regarding the details about his first time using RedRush in his spartan race training. This race is a special one, which we wrote about in a previous article. Jim is on the road, but we dialed in and did a quick recording to hear more about what he […]
This video is from last year when our spartan racer recorded his experience. I had seen the Spartan Race one, but I didnt realize he had also recorded a Tough Mudder. Jim has just finished his first spartan race of 2015, beating his time by more than half! We are looking forward to another interview post […]
We talked with James Olmos about his experience at the Spartan Sprint race in January in Temecula California. This race is a special event for James as it is the anniversary of his first Spartan Race, and his goal was to complete it in 90 minutes. Obstacle Course Racing (OCR) is growing fast. There is also […]