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This liquid gold has saved a number of races for me now! Within 5 mins of taking it the cramps reduce and are gone completely within 10mins. I’ve experimented with other options including all the traditional electrolyte replacement, nothing has worked for me, except cramp fix.”

– Chris Kane

“I usually do 4 to 5 ultra trail races every year. The distances are usually between 50km to 165km. Every time I do these runs I always take a crampfix at the first sign of cramping up and it keeps the cramp away.”

– Mark Beattie

“Tried it for the first time on an over 4 hour brick session. Works extremely well. Got a cramp towards the end of the bike ride – took a 20ml shot and the cramp was gone in less than a minute. Highly recommend this product”

– Abdul Basit Aijaz

“Have used CrampFix a few times now and WOW what an amazing product!! Got terrible adductor cramps on my last half ironman run so took a shot and cramp gone virtually straight away and no issues for the final 6km!!!! Would highly recommend”

– Thea Davies 

Tried your product for the first time over the weekend when I did my own simulation tri leading up to Mooloolaba 70.3. Absolute game-changer for me, no cramps at all when I usually would suffer, even after I was finished and no pains at all the days following. Super happy to have come across your product.”

– John Burrowes

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