SiS 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 Actiepakket
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- The ultimate summer deal: A complete package of your choice at a very attractive price.
- The SiS 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 promotional pack is suitable for every cycling circumstances.
- This promotional pack gives you the ultimate freedom of choice.
- Coordinate your diet to the planned cycling conditions and enjoy your favourite flavours on the go!
The SiS 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 promotional pack is the ideal summer deal. Choose one product from four different sports nutrition groups and get a great discount. The SiS 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 promotional pack has been composed for both recreational cyclists and high-performance cyclists. With this promotional pack, you have the ultimate freedom of choice. This way you can adjust the pack optimally to the cycling conditions.
1. Sports drinks
Sports drinks consist of a mix of carbohydrates, water and salts. Sports drinks are suitable for replenishing the carbohydrate supply and restoring the fluid balance. In the case of long, intensive training sessions or races, fluid loss can be up to 1 or 2 litres per hour. Dehydration of 2% already leads to a decrease in performance. Are you going to ride for more than an hour intensively? Then drink at least one bottle (500 ml) of sports drink per hour.
2. Energy bars
Energy bars contain a high dosage of carbohydrates (approximately 25 to 40 grams of carbohydrates per bar) and maintain the energy supply. During prolonged exertion, energy bars are often eaten in the first few kilometres. Energy bars are easy to digest and prevent hunger on the bike. The body quickly absorbs the carbohydrates. Because of the soft and smooth structure, sports bars are easier to eat during exercise than other solid foods. Ideal during your endurance effort!
3. Energy gels
Energy gels, like sports bars, contain a high dose of carbohydrates (approximately 22 to 40 grams of carbohydrates per gel). This will prevent the exhaustion of carbohydrate reserves. This improves the athletic performance. Energy gels are often used at a later stage of the endurance effort. There is no need to chew an energy gel. This makes an energy gel easier to eat than an energy bar. Ideal for high heart rate exercise. Most energy gels have a tear-off strip. This makes the energy gel easy to open on the bike.
4. Recovery bar
After your exercise is over, it can be useful to have a recovery bar. A recovery bar contains an ideal ratio of carbohydrates and proteins for a smooth recovery. The carbohydrates in recovery bars replenish the energy supply. The proteins contribute to the build-up and recovery of the damaged muscle tissue.
Do you have a longlasting effort ahead of you? A big mountain ride? Are you going to cycle for a multi-day trip? Is there an intense competition on the agenda? Or are you going to cycle a recreational tour of a few hours? With the SiS 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 promotional pack, you can determine the composition of your box yourself. This way you can optimally adjust your diet to the planned cycling conditions and enjoy your favourite flavours along the way!