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Happy Tuesday! It’s time for another edition of Tuesday Topics. Remember to link-up with Kim and Zenaida and the bottom of this post! I’m deviating from this week’s topic to share my Science in Sport gels review!
While I don’t need to use gels for my racing fuel this year, I still use them for some of my longer workouts. I first tried Science in Sport gels last year when I was training for the Chicago Marathon and instantly loved them because they were super easy on my stomach and they gave me a great boost of energy. Also the gels are a thinner consistency when compared to other gels which makes them super easy to take in as well. About half of the time I take the gels and don’t drink water after and it’s absolutely fine!
There are over 15 flavors to choose from and over the past month I tried three different flavors – orange, salted strawberry and apple.
The orange flavor reminded me of an orange creamsicle, but not as sweet. This was my first time trying this flavor and I really liked it. Also it offers 75mg of caffeine.
To me, this is the MVP out of all their flavors. It tastes SO good because it’s not overly sweet. I also love that it gives me electrolytes and energy – two things that are very much needed for early morning workouts! It provides a quick dose of carbs, in addition to sodium, magnesium and potassium.
Another winning flavor, especially because the taste reminds me of a granny smith apple. This is one of their isotonic gels which means it provides a fast supply of carbs and it can be taken without water.
Want to try out these gels for yourself? Go over to the Science in Sport website and enter code BIBRAVE20GEL to save 20% off your order (not applicable to already discounted products or special offers).
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