A nitric oxide booster that fuels endurance on the field and recovery after rugby games and training.

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NOxide is an L-Arginine-based endurance supplement that may deliver nitric oxide to your muscles and keep you performing at a higher intensity for longer. In rugby, this is the difference between riding the bench or being in the starting 15 each week. Go from super-sub to 80min warrior with our rugby-focused nitric oxide booster.




Take a single dose (2 capsules) before rugby games and then again before you go to bed. By increasing your oxygen carrying capacity, you’ll decrease muscle soreness and recovery time. 


Studies have shown that L-arginine can decrease the amount of oxygen needed by muscles during exercise. This increases the amount of time a muscle can be exercised before it is exhausted. NOXide can be used for:



Because most Tuesday and Thursday rugby training sessions last at least 90 minutes, some rugby players could benefit from using NOxide before rugby training starts. If you’re going to use NOxide on training days, we suggest taking 2 tablets about 30 minutes before training and then another tablet immediately after training. If you’re a bigger player, you might need to up this dosage slightly.


Increasing Nitric Oxide concentration in the blood should be a primary aim for endurance and high-intensity athletes alike. During rugby games, increased No2 levels provides for more efficient oxygen-carrying capacity. This means you can perform the same amount of work with less energy. 

We recommend using the same protocol for rugby games as for rugby training. Take 2 tablets, 30 minutes before your rugby game starts and at least 1 tablet immediately after you get off the rugby pitch.


When we created our Ruck Recovery package, we made sure to include NOxide. Why? Because the circulatory benefits of increased Nitric Oxide in the blood might reduce recovery times in rugby players. We suggest taking at least one tablet after any endurance activities in addition to following rugby games.
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Weight 0.15 lbs

Single (90 cc), Twin pack (180 cc)

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  1. 1 out of 2 people found this helpful
    Jamie Loska


    Jamie Loska

    Personally I believe this is a really solid product. I’ve been taking these for around 3 weeks now and have felt a significant difference in fatigue levels the day after training. I generally take two immediately before training and 1 when I get home after the session. I’ve felt an increase in energy levels the next day and also a decrease in fatigue! I do a lot of strength training involving a lot of squatting and deadlifting which use a lot of the same muscle groups so the help with muscle soreness was greatly appreciated. Overall solid supplement 4/5.

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  2. 1 out of 2 people found this helpful

    Body Soreness


    I noticed that while taking these, my body is not as sore as usual after a tough practice or heavy lifting.

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  3. 1 out of 2 people found this helpful
    Brendan Rams


    Brendan Rams

    By far the best BCAA’s I’ve used in years. As a professional athlete my main focus is recovery especially with the rigorous training I go through. My testosterone “libido” went up, and I don’t crash nor lose sleep at night, I feel amazing and confident when I’m training and post training and while I’m training my endurance and recovery period is a lot faster. Try it to believe it.

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    Patrick Hafenbridle

    Gives a small edge

    Patrick Hafenbridle

    I personally have never noticed much of a difference when taking BCAAs, whether in powder form or pills. My last experience with the pills was that they just left my stomach turning during practices. That being said, I took the No2 max pills out for a spin while doing intervals on a bike one evening at training and then again during a weights session the next day. The bike intervals certainly felt a tad bit easier and there was a decreased soreness from lifting. Nothing crazy, but enough to be noticeable. Definitely a product id consider trying for a longer period next time I have some extra cash, but for now the samples will have to do.

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