Our Excel Energy Gels are back & even better! Our NEW streamlined formula provides a lighter consistency and taste, which makes our gels more refreshing and even easier to consume during exercise.
Available in two brand new flavours - Passionfruit and Blood Orange.
Both flavours contain rapid-absorbing carbohydrates & therefore provide a quick release of energy, to keep you fuelled and delay fatigue during exercise.
Our Blood Orange flavour also contains 100mg caffeine to increase alertness & focus during exercise. Caffeine also decreases perceived rates of exertion to maintain higher levels of performance.
20g Dual Carb Source - Multiple carbohydrate sources have been shown to deliver carbohydrates to the muscle quicker - http://www.mysportscience.com/single-post/2015/05/14/Carb-mixes-and-benefits
100mg Caffeine - Delay fatigue, enhance performance and reduces the perception of exercise. Goldstein et al (2010) International society of sports nutrition position stand: caffeine and performance
Passionfruit Energy Gel: Water, Maltodextrin, Fructose, Gelling agent (pectin), Acidifying agent (citric acid), Acidity Regulator (Tri sodium Citrate), Sodium chloride, Natural Flavour, Calcium lactate.
Bloody Orange Energy Gel with Caffeine: Water, Maltodextrin, Fructose, Gelling agent (pectin), Acidifying agent (citric acid), Acidity Regulator (Tri sodium Citrate), Sodium chloride, Caffeine, Natural Flavour, Calcium lactate.
Consume 1-2 gels per hour of exercise to delay fatigue and maintain performance.
Team Sports: Consume 1 gel prior to your pre-match warm-up. Caffeine takes 30 minutes to reach peak concentration; this means your gel will 'kick in' for kick-off, increasing alertness and decreasing perceived rates of exertion to maintain higher levels of performance.
You may also wish to consume 1 gel at half-time to replace the energy burned during the first half; this will keep you fuelled and delay fatigue during the second half of the match.
Endurance Sports: Consume 1-2 gels per hour in combination with PAS Pro Iso Elite, to hit the recommended intake of 60-90g carbohydrate per hour. Consuming carbohydrates during exercise has been shown to improve race times, delay fatigue and decrease perceived rates of exertion to maintain higher levels of performance.
Lemon and Lime
Blood Orange (Caffeine)