1. GET READY WITH AN ENERGY GEL


Prepare your body and mind to push your tolerance further. Consume an energy gel pre-training to help fight fatigue and keep slow-release energy bars handy for intra and post-workout cravings.

2. STAY HYDRATED WITH ELECTROLYTES


Take 30-60g of fast-digesting carbs like dextrose or maltodextrin during long training sessions. An Isotonic sports drink taken every hour will replenish lost electrolytes and minerals and keep you hydrated.

3. REPLENISH WITH PROTEIN AND CARBS


Add carbs to your post-workout meal to rebuild energy stores, alongside an adequate amount of protein for proper recovery using a shake or bar.
 

4. RECOVER WITH CASEIN, THEN DO IT ALL AGAIN


Allow your body to replenish lost amino acids after every training session. Try incorporating a slow-absorbing protein source before bed to support the maintenance of your muscles as your sleep to keep you strong for the next round.

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Reach for an energy gel with Vitamin B12 to support the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.

For steady energy during your workout, bars like rocket fuel are packed with carbs that provide effective slow-release energy.

Ideal for really long training sessions, Isotonic sports drinks are a no-fuss way to replenish lost fluids and minerals, and great in hot environments.

Post-workout meals are best taken shortly after training — shakes with carbs and amino acids are convenient recovery support.

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SHOULD I DRINK SPORTS DRINKS?

Sports drinks can be useful when training for long periods of time (over an hour). Ingredients like electrolytes, and sometimes carbs, replenish minerals and fluids lost through sweat. Any added carbs assist in replenishing energy stores to boost performance.

WHAT SHOULD I EAT AFTER AN ENDURANCE WORKOUT?

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After an endurance workout eat a meal which incorporates both protein and carbohydrates, such as greek yogurt with fruit, a banana/peanut butter combo or your favourite recovery shake. For optimal results try to have your post-workout meal within 30-60 minutes after your session.

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