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Do you want more carbohydrates in your workouts?

So the new Carb Max energy gel is for you. With 40g of carbohydrates per gel, Carb Max and Carb Max Boost (with added caffeine) are the gels you've been waiting for.

Carb Max Energy Gel combines 40g of fast-releasing carbohydrates, aimed at replenishing muscle glycogen during long-duration or high-intensity events.

Carb Max Boost Energy Gel also contains 100mg of caffeine for an extra energy boost.

The 40g energy gels allow for a reduction in the number of gels consumed during training or races due to several reasons related to the amount of energy and nutrients they provide per unit.

Higher Energy Content

The 40g gels typically contain a higher amount of carbohydrates and calories compared to smaller gels. This means that each unit provides more energy, reducing the need to consume multiple gels to achieve the same caloric intake.

Less Frequent Consumption

With more energy available per gel, athletes can space out their consumption, focusing more on performance and less on stopping to ingest gels.

Ideal Amount of Carbohydrates

Athletes typically need to consume about 30-60g of carbohydrates per hour during prolonged activities. A 40g gel can contain approximately 20-25g of carbohydrates, which approaches the necessary amount per hour, reducing the frequency at which gels need to be consumed.

Efficiency in Nutrition Management

Managing nutrition during a race or training session becomes simpler with larger gels. Fewer units to consume and monitor lead to a more efficient approach and reduce the chances of errors in caloric intake.

Reduction in Volume and Weight

Consuming larger gels means carrying fewer units, reducing the overall volume and weight the athlete needs to carry. This is especially advantageous in long-distance races.

Reduced Risk of Gastrointestinal Discomfort

Consuming fewer gels can also reduce the risk of gastrointestinal discomfort, as the digestive system has to process fewer units of supplementation.

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