Terminus was created with one simple goal in mind: To be the best endurance and ultra-endurance recovery supplement ever made.


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Vegan, Gluten-Free, Non-GMO, No Artificial Sweeteners, Allergen-Free (no soy, dairy, nuts, egg, or shellfish)

Third-Party Tested for:

Accuracy & Potency

Purity (mold, yeast, bacteria)

Heavy Metals

Residual Pesticides

Terminus is the most comprehensive plant-based recovery formula on the market. It has a perfect PDCAAS (Protein Digestibility-Corrected Amino Acid Score) of 1.0 and an amino acid profile superior to whey.  We use 100% non-GMO dextrose, which is the fastest-absorbing sugar available.  Terminus is much more than a standard endurance recovery supplement.  The addition of L-carnitine, plant-based BCAAs, zinc, B vitamins, glutamine, and electrolytes makes Terminus the ultimate endurance recovery formula.  


Suggested Use: Take immediately after workouts exceeding 1 hour and after high-intensity exercise.  Mix the appropriate number of scoops for your weight with at least 12 ounces of water.

For extended duration events of 16 hours or longer, see our fueling guide.

Weight (lbs.)



2 scoops


2.5 scoops


3 scoops


3.5 scoops

*For low-intensity exercise not exceeding 90 minutes, decrease the amount by 1/2 scoop.


Weight 4 lbs


270 kcal, 47g Carbohydrate, 15g Protein, 3g Fat

Non-GMO Dextrose – 47g

70:30 Organic Pea/Organic Brown Rice Protein Blend – 15g

Vegan Sunflower Based BCAAs (2:1:1 ratio) – 4g

L-Glutamine – 4g

L-Carnitine – 1.5g

Vitamin B1 (Thiamine Hydrochloride) – 4mg

Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) – 5mg

Vitamin B3 (Niacin) – 10mg

Vitamin B5 (D-Calcium Pantothenate) – 13mg

Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxyl-5-Phosphate) – 4mg

Vitamin B12 (Methylcobalamin) – 16mcg

Folic Acid (5-MTHF) – 150mcg

Biotin – 65mcg

Phosphorus (Chelate) – 187mg

Zinc Picolinate – 6mg

Iron – 3.1mg

Calcium Carbonate – 125mg (140mg total Calcium)

Magnesium Bisglycinate (TRAACS®) – 100mg

Chloride (as Sodium Chloride and Potassium Chloride) – 581mg

Sodium – 391mg

Potassium – 257mg

Other Ingredients: Non-GMO Dextrose, Organic Pea Protein, Organic Brown Rice Protein, High Oleic Sunflower Oil, Natural Flavors, Calcium Carbonate, Phosphorous Chelate, Stevia Leaf Extract, Monk Fruit Extract.

5 reviews for Terminus

  1. kenny (verified owner)

    Taste is excellent. Very easy to mix.

    • Admin

      Thank you for the review, Kenny! We love the taste as well! Thank you for being one of our first customers. We are confident our supplements will help you achieve whatever goals you may have!

  2. n_stevenson@yahoo.com (verified owner)

    Holy cow this tastes good. I’m able to rally after mile mileage(averaging 13 a day and up to 20) and head straight to the weight room to work on some strength and injury prevention. On top of that I typically go to work at a shoe store for 6 hours. Terminus not only tastes delightful but helps me refill my glycogen to still be energized and be adequately recovering after my endurance training. After looking into the science behind the pea and rice protein as well as the dextrose I am convinced this is the best endurance recovery formula I have ever had. And once again, it tastes so good!

    • Admin

      Thank you so much for your review! When we formulated Terminus we looked through countless hours of scientific research and also at every other endurance recovery formula that we could find. We were determined to create the best recovery supplement for endurance athletes on the market, price be damned. We think we achieved that…and it sounds like you do too! Thank you for being part of Team Ultraverse!

  3. Tasha Eichman (verified owner)

    Terminus has been a game changer in my recovery! I’ve recently started adding miles on to my long runs but by the end of these runs I’d be stuck in a fog for several hours and totally drained for the rest of the day (I even debated giving up the long runs altogether). Since starting Terminus I don’t have to deal with any of the runners fog and can function like normal for the remainder of my day! Love it and will be reordering!

    • Admin

      We are SO glad you didn’t have to stop doing your long runs. Sorry…LOL! You’re right, taking Terminus following an exhaustive effort leaves you feeling SO much better the rest of the day. Plus, you can rest assured you’ve recovered OPTIMALLY. Thank you for your positive feedback and thank you for your support. We appreciate you. Good luck with your endurance training!

  4. Troy Pruett (verified owner)

    I have experience using a competing product in Tailwind Rebuild. As an older ultra athlete, efficient, adequate recovery is vital during intense training cycles and in managing the day when I’m not training. Literally instantly I noticed a profound difference in Terminus compared to the other recovery product I had been using. With Terminus you can literally feel the product take effect used after intense training. No more fog, increased energy, less muscle soreness and fatigue, and electrolytes to replenish what was lost. All of those benefits plus it taste great, I’m finding myself looking forward to my Terminus fix as the run or training is winding down, it’s a reward for the effort. Give it a shot you won’t be sorry!

    • Chase Hammond

      Thank you so much for your detailed review Troy! We are getting such amazing feedback on Terminus. It really is something that you can almost immediately feel a difference with, which isn’t something people are used to with a recovery product! No more being trashed for the rest of the day after long strenuous workouts! Thanks again for you support and business.

  5. Amanda Cross (verified owner)

    I started using T-30 and Terminus a few months ago and it has been a game changer in my running. Before I started using it I felt like I struggled to make though any sort of long run and never looked forward to doing them. Once I started T-30 longs run became so easy! My endurance has changed exponentially! This product really has changed my life! I no longer dread having to do long runs but instead embrace them and can’t wait to get out for one.
    Terminus is hands down the best recovery I have tried! I did my first half marathon without it and felt like my body was just missing something and I just felt really sluggish all day. My second half marathon I used Terminus afterwards and I felt a HUGE difference between the two races. When using Terminus I felt like my body come back life and I no longer felt sluggish! The Cinnamon Toast Crunch taste is amazing! I will never do any long runs if I can’t have this with me when I get done!

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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.

Organic Plant Protein Blend

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.

Optimal Carb:Protein Ratio

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.

Premium Ingredients

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.

Additional Glutamine

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

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.

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