We often get asked how these two products differ and why one would choose OPTYGENHP over OPTYGEN. The following document will help explain the differences so consumers can decide which product best suits them. Before we get into these details lets first see if this product is right for you. Both OPTYGEN and OPTYGENHP […]
Thick fog caused IRONMAN 70.3 Austin to be reduced to a duathlon where the athletes started in a time-trial format in intervals for the start of the bike leg. Chris Leiferman was able to put together the 2nd fastest bike and 3rd fastest run to take the win in Austin despite the delayed start and […]
Ultra runner Darcy Piceu, stormed to the front of the Bigfoot 120 Mile race early and never relinquished her overall (men and women) lead, winning in 30 hours and 57 minutes. The Bigfoot 120 Mile ultra running race takes place deep in the Cascade Mountains, following a point to point format travelling from Mt. […]
The son of an avid runner, James McKirdy grew up watching his father train and was naturally turned on to sports, falling in line with the family activities. Starting off as a cross country runner in middle school, McKirdy went on to assist his team in winning two state titles and hold a 42-2 record […]
First Endurance rider Jens Voigt (Trek) attacked from the gun in stage one of the Tour de France today. After dropping his two breakaway companions, Jens soloed over the final two categorized climbs to grab the lead in the mountains competition. “I had info from [director] Alain Gallopin about the riders with me, and I […]
‘I’ve been using Optygen from First Endurance for at least 5 or 6 years for bike racing. I looked at the ingredients and thought that it might work well for my mountain guiding at very high elevations. I guided 3 groups up Kilimanjaro last summer and the Optygen worked great until the last trip up and I […]
First Endurance rider Chris Horner (Radioshack-Trek) got his second stage victory and regained the leader’s jersey in the 2013 Vuelta a España today with a heroic solo attack on stage 10 today. Chris Horner: “Movistar did a good job of making an initial selection and then when Nibali attacked hard he made the selection down […]
First Endurance rider Jan Bakelants (Radioshack) won stage two as well as the yellow jersey at the Tour de France today. With 1800 meters to go Bakelants seized the moment to attack his breakaway group and challenge for the win in the 100th Tour de France.” In addition RADIOSHACK LEOPARD TREK now also leads in […]
First Endurance is pleased to announce Zana Buttermore-Baca won one of the four of the $4000 sponsorships being given away to celebrate the 10th anniversary of First Endurance. Zana’s a pro triathlete out of Colorado and has been swimming competitively since the age of six. “I have always loved being in and around sports. I fell […]
First Endurance is pleased to announce a new low price on regular Optygen. From now on, Optygen will be available for only $39.95 retail. This is 20% cheaper than the original $49.95 price.
First Endurance was started in 2002 by two racing fanatics (a cyclist and a triathlete) with a healthy obsession for sports nutrition.