3 Month Pack Terminus

3 Month Pack Terminus


3 bottles of Terminus
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Terminus - The best endurance recovery supplement
What Makes Terminus So Beneficial?

Learn More About The Ingredients

Non-GMO Dextrose

Dextrose (glucose) is a natural, ultra fast-absorbing sugar, which maximizes glycogen resynthesis and drives nutrients into your cells within the 30-minute recovery window.

Terminus contains an optimal 70:30 pea to brown rice protein ratio.  This ratio ensures a complete amino acid profile, which leads to enhanced digestibility and optimal recovery.

Terminus is formulated with a 3.3:1 carbohydrate to protein ratio. The scientific literature has established that a range of between 3:1 and 4:1 is optimal for post-endurance exercise.

Rather than use cheaper, less absorbable, and, ultimately, less beneficial varieties, we used ideal forms of vitamins and minerals uncommonly found in other recovery supplements. Some examples are B12 as methylcobalamin, B6 as pyridoxal 5’-phosphate, zinc as zinc picolinate, folate in the methylated MTHF form, and magnesium as magnesium glycinate.

Glutamine levels decrease following exhaustive exercise.  Studies show that glutamine improves recovery and glycogen replenishment, boosts immunity, and prevents overtraining.  Additionally, glutamine has been shown to reduce exercise-induced intestinal permeability (leaky gut syndrome).  This may prevent GI distress, which is commonly associated with ultra-endurance exercise.

Additional BCAAs enhance muscle recovery and protein synthesis, and boost immunity. BCAAs have also been shown to promote glycogen replenishment post-exercise.  While most BCAAs are made with less than desirable ingredients (animal fur/hair, duck feathers, and human hair), Terminus contains higher quality vegan  BCAAs.

Research shows that L-carnitine repairs damaged muscles, increases fat oxidation, and aids in the overall recovery process.  L-carnitine is crucial for energy metabolism and cardiovascular health.  Those who follow a plant-based diet are especially vulnerable to an L-carnitine insufficiency. 

B Vitamins are critical for immunity, efficient macronutrient metabolism (energy production), red blood cell synthesis, and muscle repair.

Sufficient electrolyte intake prevents cramping, promotes antioxidant synthesis, and assists in muscle contractions and nutrient metabolism. 

Endurance exercise depletes zinc.  The amount of zinc depletion increases relative to the amount of sweat from exercise.  Insufficient zinc leads to lower endurance capacity, impaired immune function, and, ultimately, crippled performance.  Our formulation includes zinc picolinate.  Research has demonstrated increased absorbability with picolinate compared to other, cheaper forms of zinc commonly found in other products.

A Superior Plant Protein

Amino Acid

Whey Protein Concentrate (15g)

70:30 Pea: Brown Rice Blend (15g) + BCAAs & Glutamine


525 mg

600 mg


345 mg

1,155 mg

Aspartic Acid

1,260 mg

1,395 mg


255 mg

195 mg

Glutamic Acid

1,995 mg

2,250 mg


210 mg

540 mg


240 mg

300 mg

Isoleucine (BCAA)*

690 mg*

1,615 mg*

Leucine (BCAA)*

1,320 mg*

3,290 mg*


1,125 mg

870 mg


240 mg

225 mg


390 mg

705 mg


990 mg

570 mg


690 mg

660 mg


675 mg

465 mg


195 mg

135 mg


345 mg

555 mg

Valine (BCAA)*

660 mg*

1,705 mg*

Additional Glutamine


4,000 mg*

*BCAAs (especially leucine) are essential for protein synthesis, muscle preservation, and optimal recovery and adaptation.

Our SOurces

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Donnell, E. O., Craig, J., Akam, E. C., & Bailey, S. J. (2020). Folic Acid Supplementation Increases Cardiac Parasympathetic Modulation of Heart Rate in Habitually Endurance Trained and Untrained Middle-Aged Men. The FASEB Journal, 34(S1), 1–1. https://doi.org/10.1096/fasebj.2020.34.s1.08662

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