Product guide on the subject of "endurance" applies to sports such as
Running, cycling, triathlon and cross-country skiing.
Nitrate and plant substances rich in polyphenols promote the formation of nitric oxide (NO), which leads to vasodilatation. Athletes benefit from improved nutrient and oxygen utilization as well as a lower perception of exertion
Unwanted muscle contractions are common in endurance sports. Strong stimuli such as acid, pungency or bitter substances can reduce acute susceptibility to cramps via neuroreceptors.
Caffeine awakens and activates, promotes concentration and coordination, increases stress tolerance and fatigue resistance. Studies confirm the effect of caffeine with an intake of 3 mg per kg body weight.
Electrolytes, especially sodium, affect hydration, energy levels, seizure susceptibility, and heart and brain function.
Carbohydrates are readily available, easy to digest and ensure maximum performance at high intensity.
Make sure you have enough fluids. Deficits result, among other things, in reduced strength and endurance performance.
Catabolic and anabolic phases alternate throughout the day. As a rule, one moves in a catabolic metabolic situation after long periods of fasting, hard training or competitions. By means of sufficient protein intake (at least 25 g every approx. 3 hours), the protein balance and the change to an anabolic situation are promoted. Intake of carbohydrates according to need and individual goals