Upgrade your workout routine with performance nutrition. From creatine to muscle buffers and carbohydrates; find your favourite performance nutrition products.
Performance Nutrition for Athletes
Anyone who works out wants to get results. Whatever your goal – run faster, get leaner, achieve better endurance – you know you have to put something in to get something out. Having the right mindset is a good start, but we can all benefit from extra help; a little push to get you going - even on the days that you have to drag yourself to the gym, the park or the running track. Performance nutrition for athletes is a step in the right direction.
Performance Products for All Levels
If you’re a seasoned sportsman or sportswoman and no newbie to taking performance products, you’ll know your favourites and you’ll want to keep to your routine. If, however, you’re new to the world of nutrition for sport performance, and could use some inspiration, you can browse our range of performance enhancing supplements to see what works best for your workout routine and goals.
Variety of Performance Enhancing Supplements
Our stock of performance enhancing supplements is (virtually) endless and tailored to specific needs and preferences. Finding it hard to choose? Here are your main high-performance nutrition products and their benefits. You can opt for the popular Creatine, known to increase physical performance in successive bursts of short-term, high-intensity exercise. Or, if you buffer the pH build up in the muscles, our muscle buffers, such as Beta-Alanine, are your product of choice. Beta-Alanine is a naturally occurring, non-essential beta amino acid, providing a convenient form of Beta-Alanine that can be added to other ingredients to make a pre-workout drink. When combined with Histidine, Beta-Alanine increases Carnosine levels in skeletal muscle. Typically, Histidine levels are sufficient for Carnosine production and it is Beta-Alanine that is rate limiting. Then there are testosterone buffers, another category of performance enhancing supplements, which include zinc; this mineral is known to maintain normal levels of testosterone. If your aim is to aid recovery, carbohydrates are your go-to sports performance nutrition. Highly intensive and/or long-lasting physical exercise leads to muscle fatigue and the depletion of glycogen stores in skeletal muscle; when this happens, carbohydrates help in the recovery of normal muscle function. This beneficial effect is obtained with the consumption of carbohydrates, from any source, at a total intake of 4g per kg body weight within the first four hours and no later than six hours after highly intensive and/or long-lasting physical exercise. Still can’t decide which one is your preferred performance and sports nutrition? Or would you like the combined effect of a few of the above? The specific ingredients listed above are also made into blends, based on specific formulations.