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  1. General Cycling Discussion
    Dr. Stacy Sims, Michael Folan and Dr. Allen Lim Which hydration product is better than the other? It's a tricky question without a definitive answer. What works great for one user can cause GI distress for another. What tastes great for some will elicit the proverbial bitter beer face in...
  2. General Cycling Discussion
    Dr. Stacy Sims, Michael Folan and Dr. Allen Lim Most experts agree, what you do (or more precisely, ingest) in the 30 minutes after a hard bike ride goes a long way in determining how well your body will recover. But what's the best way to bounce back and be ready for your next big ride...
  3. General Cycling Discussion
    Dr. Stacy Sims, Michael Folan and Dr. Allen Lim This much we know: If you ride your bike for extended periods of time, you need more than water to sustain your body. Electrolytes, carbohydrates, sodium, protein, they're all part of the necessary cocktail to keep you rolling down the road...
  4. Racing, Training, Nutrition, Triathlons
    Why you want: You're looking to stay hydrated on the bike and you like the idea of separating your carbohydrate intake from your hydration. Pros: Already the fastest way to get fluid into your body, Osmo has tweaked the electrolyte ratios to speed it up even more. Active hydration mix lacks the...
  5. General Cycling Discussion
    Cutting edge nutrition company launches hydration and recovery product-system based on proven, peer-reviewed science Conventional wisdom in the endurance sports drink world holds that itʼs optimal to have both electrolytes and carbohydrates in the same formula, to essentially turn a fluid into...
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