The main difference in our gel ranges is the consistency, the Fluid Gel Range is liquid in consistency whereas the Energy Gel Range is closer to a traditional gel thickness. This means the Fluid Gel Range is slightly larger at 50g vs. the Energy gel range at 35g.
When it comes to recovery it is very easy to overcomplicate things in the masses of information available. We share natural foods that are easy to access and help boost the recovery process to help you see real results from your training.
First thing first, what actually is protein? Protein is one of the major nutrients in our diet alongside carbohydrate and fat. If you think of it as lego there are 20 different pieces (amino acids) that are used in various sequences to make up protein. Eleven of these are classed as "essential' meaning...
It’s time to address the recurring topic of fuelling correctly on race day. Even the pro's get it wrong, so don't make the same mistakes. PURE Sports Nutrition co-founder and qualified Sports and Exercise Nutritionist, Marewa Sutherland, takes you through 10 quick fire tips to keep yourself properly fuelled on race day.
Our bodies generally have enough reserves for up to 60-90 minutes of exercise, leaving a large deficit of energy and hydration requirements for longer endurance events. As the duration of the event increases, so does our bodies needs which can result in many nutrition challenges along the way. Here are some practical..
Preventing dehydration in hot and humid climates is essential during both training and racing. Dehydration adversely affects your performance during training and slows your ability to recover for your next workout.
How and why we choose certain foods and fluids for race day Choosing food for your body can be a complex process, both in training and again on race day, particularly in hot and humid environments.
Fuelling your body for racing can be confusing at the best of times. Throw 3 different disciplines into one race and you can have a real challenge on your hands. Here are a few practical tips to tackle any triathlon like a pro.
It’s important to focus on the unique aspects of nutrition, hydration and heat management for players. Playing in conditions of up to 96% humidity and temperatures exceeding 30 degrees Celsius takes its toll on any athlete’s body.
Running can come with its challenges and I most definitely found this out the hard way attempting to run my first (and potentially last) marathon earlier this year! Blisters aside, I found out the hard way that nutrition can be the big difference between 'hitting the wall' and having a memorable day out.
Spring time is upon us meaning that for those of us that hibernate over winter, it's time to jump back into some consistent training and even consider entering an event (or 5) over the coming summer. Here are some pointers to get the most out of your training and nutrition.