Rocket Science: An Investigation of Magnum ROCKET SCIENCE on Memory, Athletic Performance, Endurance, and Energy
Keywords:athletic performance, nutritional supplements, athletic supplement
This small pilot study used a double blind, between-subject, experimental design for the goal of investigating Magnum ROCKET SCIENCE and assess its claim to enhance memory, athletic performance, endurance, and energy. The placebo and the experimental groups performed four separate measures for each of the dependent variables. Memory was measured using a short-term memory test. Athletic performance was measured using repetitive exercise. Endurance was measured through exercise eliciting 70% of VO2 max. Energy was measured through a subjective questionnaire. All the results were recorded and compared to baseline assessments. Once the ten participants (N = 5 per group) completed two full sessions, the results were scored and significant differences were noted: Memory t (7.26) = p < 0.05, Athletic Performance t (6.04) = p < 0.05, Endurance t (6.43) = p < 0.05, and Energy t (4.78) = p < 0.05. There was zero adverse effects experienced with the use of the supplement. It was concluded that the participants taking ROCKET SCIENCE had a significant increase in memory, athletic performance, endurance, and energy when compared to the placebo group. ROCKET SCIENCE was shown to be reasonably safe with no side effects reported and may help athletes reach their individual training goals related to the product’s claims while performing similar exercises.
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