Proper fueling is an integral part of any race. Keep your body hydrated and preserve your glycogen stores as long as possible.

Get all the electrolytes you actually lose in sweat with the Nduranz Electrolyte Mix. Preserve the careful balance of electrolytes in your blood. Avoid digestive issues caused by excessive consumption of minerals.

Ingest 90 grams or more of carbohydrates per hour with the Nduranz Carbohydrate Ratio (1:0.8 maltodextrin and fructose). Make use of both energy transporters. Maximize energy availability and minimize risk of digestive issues.

Determine and keep track of your caloric intake with the Nrgy Unit system. Fueling for the work required is easier than ever.


1 Energy Unit per hour for all athletes.   



1 Energy Unit per hour for female and male athletes as well as kids kids who train less than 8 hours per week.




1.5-2 Energy Units per hour for male athletes who train more than 8 hours per week. 
(highly trained individuals exercise at higher absolute intensities and utilize and thus require more energy as compared to less trained individual)



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