Endurolytes Extreme (3 x Strength Electrolytes ) - Hammer Nutrition UK Official Distributor
Endurolytes Extreme (3 x Strength Electrolytes ) - Hammer Nutrition UK Official Distributor
Endurolytes Extreme (3 x Strength Electrolytes ) - Hammer Nutrition UK Official Distributor
Endurolytes Extreme (3 x Strength Electrolytes ) - Hammer Nutrition UK Official Distributor
Endurolytes Extreme (3 x Strength Electrolytes ) - Hammer Nutrition UK Official Distributor
ENDUROLYTES EXTREME CAPSULES  (3 X STRENGTH  ) - Hammer Nutrition UK Official Distributor


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Designed for the harshest conditions, as well as other variables that require higher amounts of specific electrolytic minerals, Endurolytes Extreme has you covered!

With each capsule containing 300 mg of sodium chloride (salt) and 75 mg of potassium per capsule,three times more than the original Endurolytes formula, yet still in a balanced 4:1 ratio.

Endurolytes Extreme is guaranteed to resolve even the toughest electrolyte replenishment challenges, especially:

  • During unusually hot-weather events

  • If you're not acclimated to the weather conditions

  • If you consume a high-sodium diet

  • If you are "physiologically predisposed" to cramping (e.g., if you have extremely high sweat rates)

  • During early season training, a time when fitness levels are low, resulting in higher mineral losses

If one of more of these categories describes you or your circumstances, Endurolytes Extreme is the product you need.

SPECIAL NOTE: The ginger root extract found in Endurolytes and Endurolytes Extreme is very soothing to the stomach. However, some of ginger's naturally occurring compounds zingerone and capsaicin can have a burning effect on the mouth and throat if the powder comes in contact with them.

We therefore recommend that you DO NOT open up the capsules and swallow the contents. Consume the capsule whole for best results.


Supreme support for the toughest conditions

  • Prevents cramping in harsh conditions

  • Full-spectrum, balanced formula

  • 3x the sodium and potassium as original Endurolytes

  • Formulated to aid digestion


Kosher Certification  (Link to Hammer US website ) 


1 -2 Capsules hourly 


Full-Spectrum Electrolyte Profile – This complete profile contains the following minerals:

Sodium – Sourced from salt, which is comprised of 40% sodium.

Chloride – Sourced from salt, which is comprised of 60% chloride.

Calcium – Supplied in the “as chelate” form, meaning it’s calcium bonded to one or more amino acids, usually glycinate (glycine) or asparate (aspartic acid).

Magnesium – Included in the “as chelate” form, it is magnesium bonded to one or more amino acids. These forms are used for maximal absorbability.

Potassium – Included in the citrate form, it is bonded to citric acid for maximal availability.

Manganese – This trace mineral is necessary for optimal muscle cell enzyme reactions and for the conversion of fatty acids and protein into energy.

Ginger Root –A natural anti-inflammatory and digestive aid.

Diabetic Friendly, Gluten Free, Vegan Friendly


Endurolytes Extreme Capsules

Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 1 capsule


Amount Per Serving


Calcium (as Chelate)



Magnesium (as Chelate)



Manganese (as Chelate)



Chloride (as Sodium Chloride)



Sodium (as Sodium Chloride)



Potassium (as Citrate)



* The Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

Other Ingredients: Vegetable Capsules (plant cellulose and water), Rice Concentrate, Ginger Root.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.




We offer three great options! One is our plastic flip-top capsule dispenser, which holds approximately 20 capsules and fits easily in a jersey pocket. Another option is our Quick Coin dispenser, a soft plastic coin purse that makes a handy pill dispenser. Tuck it under the band of your shorts or in your jersey pocket. One last option is reclosable baggies. All of these options will keep your pills nice and dry, and allow for easy dosing.

DO NOT carry Endurolytes or Endurolytes Extreme capsules loose in your pockets or anywhere else they may come in contact with sweat or moisture. Once wet, the vegetable capsule will melt quickly, making dosing much more difficult. Primarily, though, it is due to the ginger root we include in both these products. Ginger root is very soothing to the stomach and can help protect against nausea and other stomach issues. However, some of ginger's naturally occurring compounds—zingerone and capsaicin—have a burning effect on the skin if the powder comes in contact with it.


Q: I recently did a sweat test, with the results showing that I need 1,000 mg or more of sodium per hour during my workouts and races. What are your thoughts?

A: While there may be some interesting information to derive from a sweat test, we at Hammer Nutrition are not a fan of them, mainly because that information is limited and only reflects a small part of the entire picture. Simply put, the results from a sweat test are not representative of what happens during prolonged bouts of exercise.

In a sweat test, the athlete rides a bike or runs on a treadmill in a controlled environment, with their sweat captured to determine fluid and electrolyte loss. That’s all fine, but how long is the test? Maybe an hour? That may be accurate in determining fluid and sweat loss during that first hour or so, but it’s not indicative of what will happen each hour following that initial test hour.

When we begin exercise, we generally lose a lot of fluid and electrolytes, especially salt (sodium chloride), in that first 30-60 minutes. That’s not unusual at all. The problem with going "all in" with sweat test results is that you're basically assuming that these losses are going to occur in the same amounts and volume hour after hour; you're not taking into account the many built-in mechanisms in the human body that regulate fluid and electrolyte use.

It's important to understand that we already begin exercise with massive, double-digit gram amounts of sodium already in our bodies. Once exercise commences, we usually lose a fair amount of fluid and sodium during that first hour or so. However, the human body, the marvelously designed machine that it is, recognizes this and a number of hormonal mechanisms that help monitor and regulate fluid and mineral loss (especially the latter, and particularly sodium) become actively engaged.

Regarding sodium loss, there is a hormone called aldosterone whose primary responsibility (in layman’s terms) is to monitor sodium levels in the body. And when aldosterone senses that sodium losses are becoming too great to maintain normal bodily functioning, it orchestrates a complex process by which sodium is recirculated back into the system via the kidneys. In doing so, aldosterone helps conserve our stores of sodium. Now, this recirculation/conservation process cannot take care of all our requirements hour after hour after hour; we need to supplement with electrolytes to work with aldosterone and help maintain adequate electrolyte status.

The mistake that many athletes commit is that they overdo it with the salt/sodium. They oftentimes look at these sweat tests and notice (for example) that perhaps 1-2 grams of sodium has been lost. NOTE: 1-2 grams of sodium equals 2.5 – 5.0 grams of salt (40% sodium, 60% chloride). That is a TON of salt! Forgetting that the body will not automatically and repeatedly lose this amount hour after hour after hour and not taking into account aldosterone’s actions to monitor, recirculate, and thus conserve sodium stores,athletes will start consuming 1-2 grams of sodium every hour, which is far too much.

Once the body detects an increase in sodium from exogenous sources (food, salt tablets, or products too high in sodium), aldosterone signals the kidneys to stop filtering and recirculating sodium. Instead, the body will excrete even more sodium than before.

When the normal function of aldosterone is “shut down” due to excess sodium intake, another hormone, vasopressin, will predominate and cause unpleasant/uncomfortable and performance-inhibiting fluid retention in the form of swelling (edema) in the extremities. Consequences of excess sodium intake also include elevated blood pressure and, as mentioned earlier, an increased rate of sodium excretion. Elevated blood pressure, excess sodium excretion, and dramatically increased fluid retention not only inhibit performance; they can also be harmful to your health.

If you've ever finished a workout or race with swollen hands, wrists, feet, or ankles, or if you have experienced puffiness under your eyes and around your cheeks, or if your body and clothing is covered in excess amounts of salt stains, your sodium/salt intake was most likely too high.

BOTTOM LINE: When you consume too much sodium/salt in your diet, prior to exercise (sodium loading), or during exercise you're actually doing much more harm than good. Too much of anything,water, salt/sodium, calories,  results in performance inhibiting issues ranging from as minor as stomach distress to as serious as hyponatremia.

As discussed earlier, while there may be a small amount of useful information that a sweat test can provide, the results do not reflect how the body responds during long-duration exercise. Relying on the results of a sweat test,meaning trying to replace in equal amounts what the sweat test says you’re are losing mineral-wise—will result in negative, performance-inhibiting-to-ruining outcomes.



Endurolytes Fizz and Endurolytes Extreme (capsules) are the only Endurolytes products that contains citric acid. In Endurolytes Fizz, we include citric acid in minimal amounts as it is needed to aid in the reaction process that creates carbon dioxide, the gas which gives effervescence to the product. In Endurolytes Extreme we use potassium citrate—potassium chelated (“bonded”) to citric acid—for the following reasons:

  • It is the form of potassium that contains the most elemental (“actual”) potassium (about 40%). Because the potassium content is three times higher in each Endurolytes Extreme capsule than it is in each capsule of Endurolytes, we need to use the form that has that has the highest amount of potassium so that it will fit in the capsule.

  • It is an extremely well-absorbed form of the mineral.


Endurolytes is our original electrolyte replenishment supplement. Its precise blend of sodium chloride (salt), calcium, magnesium, potassium, and manganese is ideal for athletes who consume a low-to-moderate sodium diet.

Endurolytes Extreme contains 300 mg of sodium chloride (salt) and 75 mg of potassium per capsule three times more than the original Endurolytes formula. You can use Endurolytes under any weather conditions, but here are the times when Endurolytes Extreme may be the more-ideal option.

1) If you're competing in an unusually hot-weather event. Some races, such as Ironman Kona and the Badwater 135, are held in hotter and/or more humid conditions than anything most of us will ever experience. On these extraordinary occasions, "normal" electrolyte replenishment plans need to be altered drastically. That's where Endurolytes Extreme shines. You'll be able to fulfill your body's exceptionally high electrolytic mineral needs more completely with Endurolytes Extreme, while taking fewer capsules than you would with Endurolytes.

2. If you're not acclimated to the weather conditions. When the weather is hotter than you're used to, you must alter a few things to succeed in your workout or race. First, you must slow down; you simply can't do "business as usual," pace-wise. Equally important, you must lower your caloric intake, while conscientiously increasing your fluid and electrolyte intake. Endurolytes Extreme takes care of the latter in ideal fashion.

3. If you consume a high-sodium diet. We'll never stop advocating the health and performance-enhancing benefits of a low-sodium diet. We continue to urge you to limit your dietary sodium intake to 1,500-2,300 mg a day (that's 3,750-5,750 mg of salt). The less sodium (salt) you consume, the less sodium your body will lose during exercise.

As you transition to a lower-sodium diet, you will need to replenish with more sodium during exercise, using Endurolytes Extreme to fulfill your electrolyte requirements. Several weeks after you've faithfully adhered to a low-sodium diet, you can go back to using Endurolytes. Of course, if you continue to eat a high-sodium diet and/or if you "sodium load" in the days prior to an event (a practice we don't advocate), you'll want to stick with Endurolytes Extreme.

4. If you are "physiologically predisposed" to cramping. Some athletes have cramping issues, even after following our fluid and electrolyte replenishment recommendations, which consistently work for the overwhelming majority of athletes. For example, we have a few clients who, due to their unique physiology, need to take 6 or more Endurolytes capsules hourly even under mild-weather conditions or they experience cramping problems. Athletes who have unusually high sweat rates (which means higher-than-normal sodium losses as well) also fall into this category. If either or both describes you, Endurolytes Extreme is a must-use product.

5. If you are just beginning early season training. The less fit you are, and especially if your early season training is intense and/or long in duration, the more sodium, chloride, and potassium you will lose. Until your fitness level increases and your body becomes more efficient, Endurolytes Extreme is your go-to electrolyte replenishment product.

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