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Custom IV Drips

Optimize your performance, enhance recovery and achieve peak physical condition with the Athletic Performance and Recovery IV drip

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IV Offerings for Strongman Athletes 

Custom formulated for Strongman Athletes to achieve Ultimate Competition Performance

What IV to Get? 

Both IVs have the same amount of ingredients the only variation is rehydration fluid


  • If you are cutting weight, rehydration is paramount. Option #1, The Athletic Performance & Rehydration (1000 cc bag) is recommended.


  • If you are just looking for performance enhancement and recovery, Option #2, The Athletic Performance (250 cc bag) is recommended. 

  • IV fluid only will be available upon request on the day for $100 (1000 cc bag)


Athletic Performance & Rehydration

This IV was formulated for elite strongman athletes who are cutting weight and looking to give their bodies every advantage with performance and rehydration. 

Up to 3 hrs infusion time


1000 cc Saline Solution

Magnesium Sulfate

Calcium Gluconate




B12 -Hydroxocobalamin

Vitamin C- Ascorbic Acid


L- Carnitine


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Original Price $298

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Athletic Performance 

This IV was formulated for elite strongman athletes who are looking to give their bodies every advantage with performance and recovery.

Up to 1 hr infusion time 


250 cc Saline Solution 

Magnesium Sulfate

Calcium Gluconate




B12 -Hydroxocobalamin

Vitamin C- Ascorbic Acid


L- Carnitine


Rainer Classic Contest Discount $50 OFF! 

Original Price $249

Now Only --> $198

When, Where, Who? 

IV's will be provided by Dr. Lacee on May 3rd, 2024 at Greater Tacoma Convention Center after weigh-ins. 


Bring yourself some snacks and sit back and relax. We will handle the rest. Your comfort and safety are our top priority. 


Unleash Your Full Potential with Athletic Performance and Recovery Intravenous Drips

Why Choose Athletic Recovery and Performance Intravenous Drips?


IVs are great for loading in nutrients quickly and safely by infusing them directly into the bloodstream, bypassing the digestive system and maximizing absorption. This direct delivery allows for higher concentrations of nutrients, promoting faster recovery, improved hydration, and enhanced performance.

This means faster absorption and immediate benefits, providing you with the ultimate advantage. 

Key Benefits of IV Therapy 

*Enhanced Hydration - Proper hydration is crucial for athletes as it affects performance, stamina, and muscle function. - Athletic performance IVs can rapidly restore hydration levels by providing a balanced blend of electrolytes, fluids, and minerals.

 *Faster Recovery - Athletic performance IVs can help reduce muscle soreness, inflammation, and fatigue. - The infusion of nutrients aids in replenishing depleted stores, promoting tissue repair, and facilitating a quicker recovery process.

*Increased Energy Levels - IV therapy can provide an immediate energy boost by replenishing nutrient deficiencies and supporting metabolic processes. - This increased energy can enhance athletic performance during training and competitions.


What’s in your IV? 


Taurine boosts exercise performance and endurance by increasing the availability of oxygen to your muscles, it aids in reducing fatigue, improving muscle contraction, and enhancing overall athletic performance.

IV taurine enhances recovery and muscle repair by acting as powerful antioxidant, protecting your muscles from oxidative stress and promoting efficient muscle repair.


By reducing inflammation and supporting tissue regeneration, it accelerates the recovery process, allowing you to bounce back quickly and perform at your peak.


IV Carnitine enhances physical performance and endurance by improving transportation of fatty acids into the mitochondria, which are then used for energy during exercise. By sparing glycogen stores and reducing muscle fatigue, it helps athletes push their limits, improve stamina, and achieve peak performance.

Vitamin C


Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that helps neutralize free radicals and protect cells from oxidative stress. Intense exercise can increase oxidative stress and impair immune function, leading to fatigue and muscle damage. IV vitamin C may enhance antioxidant defense and support immune function, reducing exercise-induced damage.


Sodium, Calcium, Magnesium

Proper hydration and electrolytes are crucial for maintaining athletic performance during prolonged or intense exertion. IV nutrient therapy can provide a balanced solution of fluids and electrolytes, helping to restore and maintain hydration levels before or after competition.

B Vitamins

B1-thiamine, B2-riboflavin, B3-niacin, B5-pantothenic acid, B6-pyridoxine, B9-folate, and B12-hydroxycobalamin

B vitamins play a crucial role in energy production by supporting the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. IV B vitamin therapy has been shown to increase energy levels and reduce fatigue.


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  2. Zhang M, et al. (2016). Taurine supplementation reduces neuroinflammation and protects against white matter injury after intracerebral hemorrhage in rats. Amino Acids, 48(9), 2169-2177.

  3. Balshaw TG, et al. (2013). The effect of acute taurine ingestion on 3-km running performance in trained middle-distance runners. Amino Acids, 44(2), 555-561.

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  5. Volek JS, et al. (2002). L-Carnitine L-tartrate supplementation favorably affects markers of recovery from exercise stress. American Journal of Physiology-Endocrinology and Metabolism, 282(2), E474-E482.

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