|Typical Values||Per 100g||Per Serv. 45g|
|Energy (kJ/kcal)||1522 / 358||685 / 161|
|– saturated fat (g)||0||0|
|– sugars (g)||33.2||15|
2 For 32 + 500ml Water Bottle
Performance Energy is a refreshing mix of carbohydrates, electrolytes and branch chain amino acids in a selection of flavours you won’t want to stop drinking. When you’re wanting to train longer, at higher intensities you need to look at replenishing carbohydrates to keep your muscles fuelled. It’s at these intensities when you’re working hard that you also want to think about the performance benefits that BCAA intake and Electrolytes can bring to your workout.
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Since we decided to bring our own range of sports nutrition and Performance Energy to market we’ve had a great reception from our athletes finally reaching 50 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ reviews (plus all the 4 stars). This support means we’re pushing ahead and continuing to develop and grow our product base as things start to open back up.
But we’re not stepping there, with increasing volume comes better pricing and we’re passing that on to you to bring you the best quality product possible, in an unmatched range of flavours at the best price possible.
WE'VE GOT 6 GREAT FLAVOURS TO TRY.
APPLE & CHERRY
WHY PERFORMANCE ENERGY
FUELING YOUR WORKOUTS
Carbs Fuel Performance
Not Just Carbs Swimming Cycling Running Rowing Lifting Crossfit
Electrolytes Help Maintain Hydration
Mix One Scoop or single serving sachet with either 500ml or 750ml of water in a sports bottle and shake well.
One serving provides 38g of fast digesting carbohydrate. Aim to consume one serving every 30 minutes sipping regularly for sessions lasting longer than 60-90 minutes or pre workout prior to a high intensity workout.
Aim to consume a maximum of 60-90 grams of carbohydrate per hour during long workouts, product usage should be reduced where used in combination with other sources of carbohydrates. Build up gut tolerance and consumption of nutrition during exercise slowly by gradually introducing more to your workouts.