myendurance is a premium energy and hydration drink that has been formulated using the latest scientific research, specifically for use DURING endurance exercise.
This bundle contains two tubs of myendurance and a free My Pinnacle Nutrition sports bottle*****, saving you over 30% from our single tub RRP!
myendurance provides the correct concentrations of carbohydrates and electrolytes (8% carbohydrate isotonic solution per 37g x 375ml serving) to promote a successful strategy in maintaining your endurance performance and hydration status**. The easily digestible, fast acting carbohydrates act to prevent glycogen depletion thus reducing the risk of fatigue** and gastrointestinal distress. We've also included a full spectrum of electrolytes in myendurance, including sodium, to help maintain hydration and reduce the risk of cramp***.
Why is my myendurance unique?
Perhaps most importantly we feel our orange and mango flavour makes myendurance one of the best tasting natural energy drinks on the market!
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* Per 37g x 375ml serving
** Carbohydrate-electrolyte solutions contribute to the maintenance of endurance performance during prolonged endurance exercise.
*** Carbohydrate-electrolyte solutions enhance the absorption of water during physical exercise.
**** As you may or may not know, we don't use any sugar based ingredients in our products, and we talk more on that topic separately.
***** included in first bundle order only.
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