Oat flour (GLUTEN)
Vegetable oil (coconut)
Leavening agent (sodium bicarbonate)
Almond paste (NUTS)*
*Vanilla nut nougat flavor.
1 bar (45 g)
|1589.3 kJ / 382.9 kcal
|715.2 kJ / 172.3 kcal
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Looking for a tasty source of fast energy to fuel your intense exercise? Training Bar is exactly what you need. A high-quality energy bar that doesn't melt or crumble and keeps you satisfied. And by the way, it also contains electrolytes!
“Fed up of drinks and gels in training sessions? With the training bar we wanted to bring the optimal 1:0.8 glucose to fructose ratio to a bar that would taste incredibly well and would be especially suitable for training sessions.” - Dr. Tim Podlogar
Optimal Carbohydrate Ratio
A combination of glucose and fructose in the 1:0.8 ratio is proven by science to be optimal for carbohydrate absorption during intense exercise.
Training Bar contains electrolytes. This allows you to stay hydrated during your intense exercise and perform at your best.
Training Bar contains only plant-based ingredients, which makes it the ideal source of energy during intense exercise for all vegan athletes out there.
We never compromise when it comes to the quality of our ingredients. Expect only the best and the most natural stuff we can get.
We base all our products on the latest scientific research and nothing else. If science doesn't approve of it, neither do we.
We're not here to sell you a product that doesn't work. Our mission is to help you become a better athlete. Don't like our product? Let us know!
- Nduranz Carbohydrate Ratio
- Free of WADA-prohibited substances
- No harmful additives, artificial flavors, colorants, or sweeteners
- Suitable for children and vegans
Quantity: 12 training bars
Carbohydrates per bar: 30 grams
Serving size: 1 training bar
Servings per box: 12
Flavors: white chocolate cinnamon, vanilla nut nougat
This study investigated varying doses of carbohydrates ingested in moderately-trained individuals on performance outcomes and found that 40 grams per hour are the minimal amount of carbohydrates that are required for improving performance. This is approximately the amount of 1 Nrgy Unit. ↪️ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29301367/
It is a common question - is it better to ingest carbohydrates more frequently but in smaller quantities or less frequently and in bigger boluses? Researchers from Loughborough University tried to answer this question and found that less frequent feedings produced better results. This is one of the reasons why one Nrgy Unit packs so much punch - not only it is more time-efficient to take two rather than three energy gels per hour, it is also more effective. ↪️ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32168107/