I've seen this stuff advertised and reviewed many times and would like to give it a try. I live in Canada and it appears to be pricy to get my hands on (shippping costs etc.). I cannot find it locally.
In doing some reading about the product, the primary ingredient is calcium lactate.
I can purchase calcium lactate for 3 bucks a bottle online for 100 pills with roughly same amount in mg per pill (and possibly I can find locally) as opposed to 26 bucks a bottle online for sportlegs.
Am I missing something - isn't sports legs calcium lactate?
Anyone try taking straight calcium lactate and sportlegs? notice any difference?
all feedback welcome
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Most supplements are nothing more than nicely-packaged basic stuff that's available far cheaper in bulk. For every dollar you spend, 95% goes toward marketing, and 5% goes toward the actual product (being generous here).
That said, I pay a premium for some stuff, like Nuun, when it's conveniently packaged, easy to use, or nicely flavored. I used to make my own Powerbars 20 years ago, using comparable ingredients for about 1/10th the cost. Now I just buy the bars, because I don't have the time to make my own anymore.
Sorry for not answering your question. I've never used Sport Legs--but I'm guessing that you're right.
I use the stuff. It works very well for me, either that or my mind believes it works. Whatever it take to knock them 100 miles out.
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Yep, many supplements have been proven to work. Occasionally I'm even willing to accept the placebo effect for some of those that don't!
Originally Posted by irishpitbull
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