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Congrats John Kempler – back on top the podium at 64!

We were thrilled to see Dr David Sinclair tweet last week about the recent success of one of our contestants in the Performance Sports category of our NMN Proof Contest.

John has been taking our NMN for 8 months now, but only switched to the more effective Sublingual version (Tablets and Powder) a few weeks ago.

John says he is feeling better and stronger than ever, and is happy to see his resting heart rate down to 50, while his max rate is 181 bpm – both great numbers for anyone, much less a 64 year old.

He is already beating riders 10 years younger (a new feat for him), so we are excited to see how he does in races he has coming up later in August.

Below is the tweet from Dr Sinclair:

 

REPORTS FROM JOHN

August 11, 2018

I wasn’t planning to race today as I was on marshaling duty for my club – this involves track set up with witches hats, sweeping away any debris and putting up warning signs for pedestrians in the park etc. But after setting up, instead of manning the track to warn off pedestrians/dogs etc, I was given permission to race as I was keen to see the effects of my recent stepping up NMN dosage (to 600 mg/day).

In the final 200 metre sprint section of a 20 km race, I recorded a personal best time out of 104 starts (since Dec 2014). Admittedly, there was a slight tail wind.  However, what is really significant is my heart rate hit 189. This is truly astounding!  I have only seen 181 once in recent months which is already high for my age (64). 178 is my “usual” maximum observed heart rate.  Hitting 189 is something I saw maybe seven years ago. One can question the heart rate monitor accuracy but I think it is fairly consistent. Screen shot further down shows the times, speed and heart rate. Ave and max speeds don’t make any sense but that is because they don’t account for wind direction.  Bottom line, irrespective of speed, this is the highest heart rate I have observed for several years.

I have some photos below courtesy of my son who was marshall (but did not race).  I was “attacking” quite a bit. There were about sixteen starters in D grade, but the breakaway group was about six…and the final sprint had five – I came fourth but only about one bike length covered these last four places (photo finish).  The riders who beat me were between 47 and 22 years younger.  I did not win but this was one of my best personal performances at my home track in Maroubra (Sydney).

Finally, I have included a few brief videos including the last “bell” lap.  Gives a nice feel for why I love the sport.

https://youtu.be/XHWaKFPZXaQ

https://youtu.be/lQQ_Ne9iObg

https://youtu.be/QTMxiLgL5QE

 

 

 

SUCCESS SPOTLIGHT – REAL PEOPLE, REAL RESULTS

We believe Sublingual NMN is the MOST IMPORTANT HEALTH DISCOVERY in decades.

But we don’t want to wait for 5-10 years for researchers. Our goal is to speed the discovery process, so we want to elicit some proof of results from our customers.

TELL US ABOUT YOUR SUCCESS

If you have a NMN Success story, send it in to Monica@alivebynature.com, and use the subject line “Success Stories”.

If we use your success story, we will send you a 3 month supply of NMN as thanks for helping to get the word out.

MUCH MORE THAN JUST PHYSICAL IMPROVEMENT

For our Contest, we have categories for Sports Performance, and Body Transformation, as those provide visual and verifiable proof of results.

But we also hear from customers that have experienced a wide range of benefits. Some that are very common, such as improvement in skin, hair and nails. Some that are more dramatic or surprising, such as:

  • Cognitive Improvement in Dementia patients
  • Relief from Prostate Inflammation
  • Reversal of recent Menopause
  • Relief from debilitating Migraine headaches
  • Improved focus in high level gran prix driver

Of course these are all anecdotes and don’t provide the more verifiable proof as a verifiable record of improvement in sports, but they are interesting and may be useful for others to read about, so let us know if you want to contribute something interesting or offbeat.

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