- Science in Sport GO Electrolyte 1.6kg Tub
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Go is an ideal energy source during sports performance in the heat.
Top Features of the Science in Sport GO Electrolyte 1.6kg Tub
- This product was previously named "Go Sports Fuel 1.6kg Tub", it is the exact same product with new branding.
- Drink during exercise, indoors or out when it's warm
- Makes 20 litres
Go contains electrolytes as well as carbohydrate which promotes hydration during and after exercise. The special carbohydrate energy source (Maltodextrin) can be taken in high concentrations which give more energy without putting pressure on the stomach
As used by the wiggle sponsored athlete Emma-Kate Lidbury
Please Note: The packaging for this product has recently been changed, therefore you may receive an older packaging style. However please be assured that the product contents are exactly the same.
About the Science in Sport brand
Science in Sport grew out of the desire to provide the best nutritional products and advice to athletes. The Company mixes qualified sport scientists, food technologists, and a physician with keen athletes and sports people who have competed from local level to the world stage. As a result of all this experience they have an unprecedented knowledge of the nutritional needs of athletes. Initially Science in Sport grew in cycling thanks in part to the use and endorsement of the products by Chris Boardman, who liked the Company ethos, and helped to inspire the creation of REGO, total recovery sports fuel. It wasn't long before the word began to spread and Science in Sport's products became more popular at the top level of many other sports. To date Science in Sport have helped to win Olympic Gold's, World Championships, Premiership Titles and set numerous World Records.
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Magazine reviews for Science in Sport GO Electrolyte 1.6kg Tub
Review from Cycling Plus
"Used by many top performers, SIS has created a powdered drink that is among the best...Available in a range of distinct flavours, this easy-mix formula provides a refreshing drink all year round"
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I am going to be doing a 24 hour kart race soon and am looking for the best sports drink to help me hydrate as much as possible. I'll be doing up to 2 hour stints without the opportunity to take on fluid, only before and after. I do sweat quite a lot hence the need to be as hydrated as possible before the start.
I've seen the SiS Go range and interested in buying a tub of either Electrolyte or Energy. Can anyone recommend the best for my situation.
Try just the hydrate tabs in water and then eat food like pasta in between alternated with an energy bar. Your stomach still needs food to stop hunger but you don't need more than 3k cals over 24hrs to drive a cart.
No it does not,
So to answer your question the instructions are 80g per 1L, but I'd say 50g - 60g per 1L would be enough.
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