Strenght endurance sport

Popular product combination for strength endurance sport

Competition Short info
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  • For maximum endurance and performance
  • Non-acidic and mildly flavoured sports drink to enhance tolerance
  • Multi-carb formula: High energy density & hypotonic
  • Lactose and gluten free, no additives or free fructose
High Energy Bar
High Energy Bar Short info
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  • very high energy density
  • double sodium content compared to the existing High Energy Bars
  • pleasant consistency for sport
Pro Recovery
Pro Recovery Short info
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  • Protein-Carb Recovery Shake
  • 20 g high quality Protein per portion
  • Unique combination of 8 protein components , incl. colostrum (from cow's milk)
  • No artificial sweeteners
Creatine Monohydrate
Creatine Monohydrate Short info
EUR CHF 23.50
  • Creapure® creatine quality
  • Free of residue and impurities
  • Low price

Introduction to sports nutrition in strength endurance sport

Strength-endurance is the main factor limiting performance in sports such as swimming, speed skating and rowing. It is also important for repetitive movements (e.g., figure-skating, wrestling) and is required for steady shooting (static strength-endurance). Furthermore, certain sports have to increase their lactic acid tolerance in order to cope with exercise well above the anaerobic threshold.

Strength-endurance training improves the ability to sustain forces over a longer period of time.

Such exercise burns a lot of fat and neither muscle mass nor strength is increased significantly. Typical training sessions include highly repetitive or slow movements with moderate loads to improve metabolic processes in muscle fibres, in particular, the ones involved in energy supply.

Diet and sports nutrition play a key role in recovery and depending on the sport, performance is limited if energy isn’t replenished during the activity. The stronger a sport depends on anaerobic metabolism, the more significant specific supplements become which may increase lactic acid tolerance.

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