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Ashley Todd — Top 200 CrossFit Athlete in the World
Women's Division 35-39
WORLD CLASS ATHLETES AND DOUBLE HELIX WATER
WHAT DO THEY HAVE TO SAY ABOUT IT?
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Ashley Todd CrossFit
“Approximately 2 weeks after I started drinking Double Helix Water I noticed a significant improvement in right shoulder pain I have been battling for over a year. My shoulder is now pain free. I have also noticed a significant improvement in sleep quality. Fast recovery is crucial in the sport of CrossFit, and even more important as an older athlete in the sport.
I am training harder, feeling good, and would recommend it to anyone looking to support their fitness goals.”
Ashleigh Todd — Top 200 CrossFit Athlete In the World (Women’s Division 35-39)
Jen Rhines US Olympian
“Taking the double helix water has been a part of my daily routine for the past six months.
After recovering from an injury that forced me out of the 2012 US Olympic Trials I’m back in top form.
As I’ve worked back into shape over the past months I’ve been feeling great and recovering from hard training as quickly as I was 10 years ago.
As a 38 year old professional runner I’m routinely competing against athletes 10 to 15 years my junior so it’s great to feel youthful and competitive again!”
Jen Rhines — 3 time US Olympian
(Maiden Name Willard)
Anna Pierce US Olympian
“My body has always been sensitive to water quality. For instance I have trouble absorbing enough water to stay hydrated when drinking carbonated water.
With the Double Helix water, I find I can maintain a high level of hydration, even while training at dry climates (Mammoth Lakes, San Diego, and summer in Tuscany).
Part way through the summer I began a new regiment with the Double Helix drops, as well as using the Double Helix sports cream.
During a period of 2.5 months I took 15-20 before AND after training, as well as before bed (up to 5x per day, totaling up to 100 drops in a day).
During this time I noticed an immediate positive change in performance, as well as how my body felt during training.
I believe my recovery was shorter and I kept a very good level of hydration despite the hot temperatures and heavy training load.”
Linda Huxtable Croquet
"DHW Water has helped me so much in my quest to be a world ranked croquet player!
No more dehydration, muscle cramps, and slow recovery.
My energy, focus and endurance are all that I have hoped for!"
Linda Huxtable — #1 Female American
Rules Croquet World Champion 2016
Wounded Warrior Project, Race Across America 2017
Dr. Bob Rich
"Thank you for supporting me in my Race Across America Team Honor Warriors event! I also want to give you feedback on my experience during the race using the Double Helix Water.
On the first two and half days through the California, Arizona and Utah desert, temperatures ranged from 114 degree high’s to 40 degree low’s. The desert is always a major obstacle for many of the riders and is usually the place where most drop out due to the intense heat and terrain. Even while crossing Kansas, the temperatures were 108-110 degrees. Working on little to no sleep for the 3,000 + mile crossing also presents more stress for the body to deal with.
My protocol for using Double Helix Water was to take 4 bottles on the first two days then 3 bottles per day for the remaining 6 days. I am pleased to report that I never experienced sore muscles or cramps of any kind during the 8 plus days of effort!
I have used double helix water for many years to help with inflammation and speeding up the recovery process, always with exceptional results! I highly recommend Double Helix Water to my clients and will continue to use it for myself! Thanks again for your support and for following my team’s progress as we crossed the U.S." -- B. R.
Participant in TEAM HONOR WARRIORS Race Across America 2017 in support of our Wounded Veterans Wounded Warrior Project