The dietary plan for your next competition
There is evidence that running is addictive. The most frequently asked question is if as a runner, I need sports nutrition. If you run more than 5K definitely you need to use supplements to enhance your performance because you lose mineral salts, liquid and glycogen.
In order to help you, our specialized nutritionist has created a nutrition guide for 10K, Half Marathon and Marathon where you can check what to take and in what way to avoid any reduction in performance. Good luck in your next race!
Alternate the food/supplement intake in liquid and semi-liquid forms.
When you take a semi-liquid (gel) food, drink water to help the digestion.
It is important for the drink to be appetising. Keep the drink cool by adding ice cubes.
Take the Isotonic Drink to provide mineral salts and carbohydrates, which contain between 250 - 350mg sodium for each 500ml (preparatory dose) and 30-40g of carbohydrates for each 500ml (preparatory dose).
Caffeine can stimulate us, and it also helps reduce the feeling of tiredness and cope with the demands of the activity.
Hydration is important prior to the competition as it will help us start well hydrated.
Drinking the Isotonic Drink during the competition will help remain hydrated and provide energy to our muscles and body. The Gels will provide an extra dose of energy.
The Multicarbo Boost Supplement will provide the carbohydrate intake and the caffeine to stimulate us and being a liquid facilitates the ingestion.
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