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What to drink before a race?

Updated: Nov 17, 2020

Speculations regarding what to consume have been in talks for the past 90 years and is still continuing to evolve…

If you drink one of the following 15-20 mins before a race, what happens:

  1. Water ingestion = no significant increase in performance

  2. = slight spike in performance

  3. Carbohydrate and protein hydrolysate drink combined = increase in performance and energy stores are retained the most during the race. In addition, there is a decrease in plasma creatine kinase, muscle soreness and increased protein and glycogen synthesis.

Take home message: Utilize a carbohydrate and protein hydrolysate drink before a marathon or cycle race.

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