Black toenails are funny.
Achilles tendonitis is not.
- Do you have a twinge that just won’t go away?
- Have you been sidelined with swollen, sore or tender muscles?
- Are you increasing your mileage too fast for your body to catch up?
- Do you wish your body would recover from hard workouts just a little bit faster?
Never Miss Another Workout
Now there’s an anti-inflammatory, whole-herb solution
(that’s gluten-free, paleo and vegan)
to help you do just what it says:
The wind in your hair. The salt on your face. No office, no inbox. Mastering distances that make others cower. Setting a new PR. The rush of exploring a new trail.
Endurance is your sport, and you do it for so many reasons. But sometimes things go wrong, and you get injured. It can happen suddenly or come on slowly... But either way, injuries and soreness can stop you from doing what you love.
Don’t let a little injury set you back. Not when there’s such an easy solution. Don’t miss out. Get Back Up.
What Are People Saying?
“I was actually running my second day after the race. I’ve never been able to do that.”
– Rick, Colorado
“Since taking Get Back Up I’ve been seeing better recovery. I think it is great for older runners who now need more recovery between harder workouts. Get Back Up has me feeling strong again.”
– Frank, Washington
“I’m bouncing back from workouts and races faster than ever before, and I’m so excited.”
– Sandy, Wisconsin
Blisters aren’t so bad.
Runner’s Knee is.
If you’re like most endurance athletes, the thought of having to take unplanned days off for recovery is frustrating. Not being able to train can be almost as painful as the injury itself. You work hard to prepare for your races, and time for extra recovery—or worse, a full-blown injury—can throw off your whole training schedule. Being injured is stressful, and you don’t need anymore stress in your life.
Now there’s an answer that will let you get back to the more important things, like what shoes to buy next, what to eat after your next long run or how to make your GPS watch do all those fancy things you haven’t had time to learn about.
Sure, nutrition is an important part of recovery: Many athletes focus on carb-to-protein ratios and getting enough calories to recover after a workout, and most recovery supplements cater to this perspective. But it’s missing half the equation.
Looking at carbs and calories is focusing on the big-picture macronutrients, but our bodies are complex, and we also need to take into account vitamins, minerals, hormones, cofactors, enzymes... It might seem complicated, but it doesn’t have to be. In fact, it can be very simple.
It’s time to discover the natural secrets used for thousands of years for maintaining injury-free peak performance and resilience in human endurance. Recover and get back out there. Never miss another workout. Because we know there’s nothing more frustrating than having to stay inside on a bright, sunny day.
I started running seriously back in 2011, when I decided to train for the Chicago Marathon. My running journey has taken me through all sorts of injuries: nagging knees, ankle problems, plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonosis, calf strains... You name it.
At the end of 2013 I found myself with the worst calf strain I’d ever experienced, which made me think that maybe those two October marathons weren’t the best idea. I wasn’t recovering well, and two full weeks after the marathon I couldn't even run a few blocks without severe pain. Talk about a slow recovery.
There are a few important things I learned during this time: One, simply doing nothing and thinking you’re “recovering” is a bad idea; it can actually make things worse. And two, nutrition is perhaps the most important aspect of recovery. I began delving into the research, and tried solution after solution. After trying countless protocols and supplements, eventually I came across a powerful herbal blend that actually works.
What makes Get Back Up so special? Other herbal supplements tend to use extracts in attempt to increase potency. For example, many “turmeric” supplements might only contain curcumin, the active component of turmeric. But what about the rest of the herb? We live in a culture of “the more, the better,” but that may not always be the case. First, extracting eliminates the natural synergy of all the components of the herb—which has unknown consequences. Second, supplementing with extracts can quickly lead to dangerous nutritional imbalances. At Get Back Up, we believe that millions of years of natural selection outweigh a few decades of ambitious research, and that’s why this whole-herb product is an effective anti-inflammatory supplement with no harmful side effects. It’s not a drug—it’s food!
I started taking Get Back Up, and my muscle soreness eased up quickly. Soon I could run a few miles, and then a few more. Back in early December I couldn’t run at all, and by mid-January I was feeling good enough to run my first trail marathon. I recovered so fast from the marathon that I ran a wintery 50K—my first ultra—on February 1. I ran my first 50-mile race in May 2014, and after four days I wasn’t even a little sore. The following weekend I swung back into another long run.
I credit my anti-inflammatory herbal blend for helping me recover at such lightning speed. I’ve never experienced anything like it, and it’s even better now than ever, after a few months of tweaking the formula. Moreover, it was too good to keep to myself. That’s why I created Get Back Up—to share my unbelievable recovery secret with the world.
Are you ready to kiss your days of
slow recovery and chronic pain goodbye?
For starters, inflammation is not all bad. In fact, it’s a normal and healthy part of the healing process. When the body senses an injury or invasion, blood flow to the region is increased, filling the area with white blood cells and helpful enzymes. The swelling also helps protect and stabilize the injured area; in the case of a broken bone, for example, this can help prevent further injury.
The problem with inflammation is when the body is unable to turn it off. This type of chronic condition is the basis of virtually every disease and disorder we know, from asthma and allergies, to heart disease and obesity, to rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis. Chronic inflammation can come about from physical imbalances, lifestyle aspects or when the stimulus that caused the inflammation in the first place never went away.
Chronic inflammation is often a problem for endurance athletes, and it gets worse when long distances are combined with unhealthy eating, little sleep and a stressful job. But this doesn’t mean you have to stop exercising, quit your job and sleep all day. Now there’s something you can do to treat chronic inflammation.
“It’s not the races you enter that count. It’s your runs in training and sticking with it. It’s how you adjust to injury and how you recover that makes you a good runner.”
– Dave Hladysh
Many athletes turn to drugs like Tylenol and ibuprofen to manage pain and aid recovery. Sure, they can be effective for some types of injuries, but when used by endurance athletes they can cause major problems.
Acetaminophen (Tylenol) and non-steroidal anti-inflammatories (NSAIDs, which include ibuprofen, aspirin and naproxen) can sometimes be helpful for acute injuries like ankle sprains, but using them for systemic, chronic or long-lasting conditions, such as those brought on by endurance exercise, can be dangerous.
Here are just some of the dangers they post to athletes:
Contrary to popular belief, these drugs do not increase pain tolerance. They can even impair the healing process, causing more inflammation and slowing recovery. And they don’t improve performance, either!
Using NSAIDs exacerbates gastrointestinal distress caused by endurance exercise, and can result in a loss of gut barrier function in healthy athletes.
NSAIDs inhibit the regulation of blood flow to the kidneys, so mixing NSAIDs and exercise can overwhelm the kidneys. Similarly, too much acetaminophen can be toxic to the liver.
With these drugs, more is not better, and it’s easy to go overboard without even knowing it before it’s too late. If you’re putting your body through the wringer day after day and you’re getting pain and inflammation from time to time, these drugs are not the answer. In a study on NSAID consumption by endurance athletes, the researchers concluded, "NSAID consumption by athletes is not harmless and should be discouraged."
But that’s not all: When these drugs do help, it’s only because they mask the pain; they do not address what caused the pain in the first place.
Just because lots of athletes take Tylenol and ibuprofen doesn’t mean it’s a good idea—and you don’t have to follow the lemmings. Let the competition take their aspirin—you owe yourself something better.
“Remember, the feeling you get from a good run is far better than the feeling you get from sitting around wishing you were running.”
– Sarah Condor
Most scientists consider curcumin to be the most important ingredient in turmeric. But whole turmeric is more effective than isolated curcumin for treating chronic inflammation—the kind in endurance athletes. That’s because all the components of turmeric interact synergistically. If you're only taking curcumin, you're missing 96% of the puzzle.
It’s clear that isolated curcumin isn’t very well absorbed—the other substances within turmeric may help the absorption of the curcumin. Whole turmeric also stays in the digestive tract longer, releasing antioxidants and other beneficial compounds over a period of time. Get Back Up contains turmeric rather than isolated curcumin—and you’ll benefit more from it.
But with Get Back Up, you’ll get so much more than just turmeric.
“I succeed on my own personal motivation, dedication, and commitment. My mindset is: If I’m not out there training, someone else is.”
– Lynn Jennings
Get Back Up brings together an all-star team of anti-inflammatory substances to get your body back up to speed in record time.
With our one-of-a-kind, whole-herb solution, you’ll get the potency of nature without the dangers of the laboratory-isolated substances that are used in other supplements. Get Back Up has no fillers and no gimmicks. It’s 100% natural and 100% effective, and there are no harmful side-effects. It’s not a drug, it’s food.
First, there’s turmeric, which is so amazing that it got its own section above.
Then there’s ginger, another potent Indian herb that has a long history of medical use, and yucca, a South American plant, has similar properties. Along with the turmeric, these substances will fill your body with a suite of healing substances to get you back on your feet. You’ll be amazed.
Get Back Up also contains licorice root, which works together with the ginger to gently heal the GI tract, which can help counterbalance the digestive stress caused by exercise and refueling.
Because turmeric is best absorbed in the presence of black pepper, Get Back Up also contains black pepper. Many turmeric supplements contain piperine, which is a compound extracted from black pepper, but our whole-herb solution brings you the highest quality actual black pepper rather than a laboratory-isolated extract.
Finally, because endurance athletes have special needs for magnesium, Get Back Up contains agar, a sea vegetable that is naturally high in magnesium. Again, a whole-herb approach is superior to supplementing with isolated, synthetic nutrients, and that is why we include whole agar rather than isolated magnesium (which is found in many supplements).
Turmeric, yucca, licorice root, black pepper extract and agar. You won’t find this beneficial and potent blend of antioxidant, synergistic herbs in any other product on the market.
Not to mention, Get Back Up is 100% naturally gluten-free, vegan and paleo. This is a natural supplement that everyone can benefit from—and feel good about.
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Now is your chance to get the whole-herb, anti-inflammatory supplement that has people talking. It’s so much more than just a turmeric supplement; it’s your ultimate recovery solution.
“He who argues for his limitations gets to keep them.”
– Richard Bach
Get Back Up is the only product of its kind...
It's a whole-herb solution, whereas other supplements focus on laboratory-isolated components of herbs. Taking whole herbs is more effective and safer than taking isolated components...
It's the best anti-inflammatory supplement on the market to naturally relieve muscle soreness from endurance training without the use of drugs...
An elite blend of the best natural antioxidants, all shown to reduce inflammation and aid recovery...
A whole-herb solution that emphasizes the natural synergy of whole foods, whereas the isolated extracts used in other supplements may not be as effective, and can lead to nutrient imbalances...
Sourced from the highest-quality ingredients, including Certified Organic turmeric, ginger, yucca, licorice and black pepper, offering the highest possible nutrient density. Proudly manufactured in the USA...
Gluten-free, vegan and paleo. Does not contain any dairy, soy, fish/shellfish, egg, peanuts or tree nuts...
A safe, healthy and natural alternative to ibuprofen and Tylenol...
Gentle on the digestive system...
In BPA-free packaging...
Not sold in stores.
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You have nothing to lose and everything to gain.
Get Back Up is best taken consistently, and you should expect your results to improve over time. Most feel better in the first day, and benefits continue to bloom for up to eight weeks.
That’s why we offer a risk-free, no-questions-asked, over-the-top, 60-day money-back guarantee. If at any point over the next 60 days you are in any way unsatisfied with Get Back Up, just let us know and we’ll refund your purchase. That’s right: There’s no risk to try Get Back Up.
If Get Back Up doesn’t help you get off the couch and spring back into action, then you get your money back. That’s all there is to it.
We believe that thousands of years of medicine can’t be wrong, and we are confident that Get Back Up can help you be a better athlete.
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How long will it take for me to feel better?
Get Back Up is best taken consistently, and you should expect your results to improve over time. Most feel better in the first day, and benefits continue to bloom for up to eight weeks. Keep in mind that it takes 90 days for your body’s cells to completely rebuild.
What if I can’t take capsules?
Our capsules are easy to swallow for most, but we understand that not everyone is comfortable taking capsules. We recommend emptying the capsule in water (either by pulling the capsule apart or simply dissolving it) and drinking it. The taste is surprisingly palatable.
How often should I take Get Back Up?
We recommend taking two capsules each day for maintenance. You can either take them both at once or one in the morning and one in the afternoon. If you are injured or under more stress than normal, take up to six capsules per day, spread throughout the day.
Can I take Get Back Up on an empty stomach?
Even for sensitive people, Get Back Up is gentle on the digestive system, and there is no real danger if you take it on an empty stomach. However, the herbal substances are best absorbed by your body in the company of fat, so it’s a good idea to take Get Back Up with food (or a fat supplement such as fish oil).
Are there any side effects?
Get Back Up has fewer possible side effects than many drugs, and most people can take high doses with no negative effects. Even so, some people can experience mild nausea, dizziness or diarrhea. If you exhibit any alarming side effects after taking Get Back Up, we recommend consulting a physician.
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