Scott Fujita

As a football player you are extremely active and physical so your mind and body must be in sync. Taking GAME TIME prior to games and practices will increase endurance and intensity. 
 
In Phase I  of the clinical trial conducted at the University of Oklahoma (Fukuda et al. 2009; Smith et al. 2009), GAME TIME was shown to increase athletes’ time-to-exhaustion during high-speed running by 10-12% (Smith et al. 2009). GAME TIME also improved the athletes’ anaerobic running capacity by 11% (Fukuda et al. 2009), which is the energy in muscle associated with running at maximal speed.

What does this mean for football players? It means they can run farther and faster after taking GAME TIME. What athlete wouldn’t benefit from that? For example, 30 minutes after taking GAME TIME, a wide receiver would be able to maintain his route at maximal speed for an additional 13 yards.  A punt or kickoff returner would be able to sustain his initial running speed for an additional 45 – 78 yards.  A running back could expect a 10-12% increase in open-field yardage per run.

Basically, taking GAME TIME prior to a football game will delay fatigue which will keep your muscles fresher and allow you to perform better. Imagine being outrun because your muscles didn’t have anything left in the tank! Give your body GAME TIME to make sure that doesn’t happen.

How should football players take GAME TIME?
GAME TIME is a pre-workout, pre-competition formula, so it can be taken at any point throughout the year during training and competition phases. One packet (2 servings) of GAME TIME should be mixed with 8 oz of cold water and taken 30 min prior to a football practice, general workout, or a game. However, if you’re in the middle of two-a-days practices, don’t sweat! You can take up to 2 packets per day as long as you allow at least an hour or 2 between packets. So take a packet of GAME TIME 30 min before a game, and then again at half time.


Step 1
Step 1
Mix [game time] packet with water
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Step 2
Take 20 Minutes before game / workout
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Step 3
explosive endurance & energy