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Delicious pancakes that contribute to the daily protein intake.
Isotonic sports drink rich in carbohydrates, with a 2:1 (glucose:fructose) sugar combination and with electrolytes.
Isotonic Energy gel and therefore optimal and fast absorption.
A high-dose mix of carbohydrates, whey protein isolate, leucine and minerals. Ideal after intensive or long training/competition.
Powder preparation containing all 9 essential amino acids.
Lightly effervescent isotonic sports drink. Contains carbohydrates and electrolytes. Easy to prepare.
30 effervescent tablets
Low Calorie electrolyte effervescent tablet for optimal hydration.
The Etixx Energy Marzipan is a high-quality marzipan bar enriched with magnesium and containing 31g carbohydrates per bar.
A carbohydrate gel for fuel during endurance events.
Contains carbohydrates for during exercise.
A complete and high-quality pre-workout that provides an extra energy boost, alertness and strength and reduces fatigue.
A high-quality Glutamine powder for reducing muscle breakdown and promoting muscle recovery and protein synthesis.
Caffeine stimulates alertness and concentration during exercise.
Supports mental performances and physical energy.
Ambient temperature is one of the most important factors that stimulates fluid loss during physical exercise. This is also the reason why sweat production can increase dramatically in warm weather. But why do we have to replenish our fluids during exercise? The main reason for this is that by sweating we maintain our body temperature and don’t overheat. We lose excess heat as sweat droplets evaporate on the skin. The warmer it is and the higher the humidity, the more sweat you will produce. It goes without saying that the intensity and type of exercise will also determine the amount of fluid loss. However, this does not prevent winter athletes and even swimmers from losing a large amount of moisture. You also lose a lot of moisture through the air you exhale.Read this blog
Do you often suffer from gastrointestinal complaints before or during exercise? In the blog post below, sports doctor Dr. Chris Goossens elaborates on the different causes of gastrointestinal complaints in athletes.Read this blog