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Wednesday, February 1, 2017 12:18:35 PM America/New_York

Training on Empty

Low blood sugar is never fun. Not only will it cause you to hit a wall during exercise, but it can also make you feel like you literally hit a wall - blurred vision, lightheadedness, nausea, the general feeling that you might suddenly pass out are just some of the symptoms of low blood sugar, also known as “hypoglycemia.“

There are a number of factors why hypoglycemia kicks in during exercise, and while research still does not definitively know why it affects some athletes more than others, many of these causes can be prevented and remedied by using a carbohydrate rich sports fuel like INFINIT.

Just as we believe no two athletes are the same, there is no universal method to avert or combat low blood sugar, but here are a few tips worth sharing from our partners at U.S. Masters Swimming. 

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What Is Creatine? | Creatine Supplementation

Monday, January 23, 2017 3:26:11 PM America/New_York

Creatine Monohydrate

Creatine is a well-researched ergogenic aid, which has been proven to be effective in enhancing athletic performance by helping to combat fatigue during your workouts. Extending the time it takes for your muscles to fatigue allows you to work out longer and with more intensity, ultimately improving your strength and muscle size, which can have profound effects on your training.

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Pumpkin: Fall's Nutritious Flavor

Friday, November 18, 2016 2:22:10 PM America/New_York

Pumpkin Patch

We all know you can carve a pumpkin. But did you know that you can also carve yourself a new body by consuming pumpkin? A body that remains healthy and vibrant...thanks to pumpkin. One that you’ll be able to marvel at with improved vision because of, you guessed it, pumpkin. We’ll explain...

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Fueling is the Fast Track to Success

Monday, May 23, 2016 10:24:01 PM America/New_York

Preset Product Lineup

Shannon Grady, Founder and CEO OF GO! Athletics, M.S. Exercise Physiologist & INFINIT Coach Ambassador breaks down the science behind the theories behind whether or not to fuel your training. 

"The 'fasting long run' theory for marathoners is a fast track to glycogen depletion, limiting PAC, and decreasing aerobic efficiency..."

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What is CoQ10? | CoQ10 for Energy & Heart Health

Monday, February 22, 2016 8:16:51 PM America/New_York

February is American Heart Month and we're talking heart health!

Coenzyme Q10, or CoQ10, is a popular supplement especially with endurance athletes. But what exactly is it?

CoQ10 is naturally made by our bodies and found within every cell of the human body. It is a substance similar to a vitamin which our cells use to produce energy needed for cell maintenance and production.

It is also available as an Add-On for all INFINIT Custom Formulas, so make your heart happy and boost your blend with CoQ10!

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INFINIT for Multisport Nutrition

Tuesday, November 17, 2015 2:57:59 PM America/New_York

Tips from an experienced INFINIT Formulation Specialist on how to use INFINIT for triathlon training and to fuel you to a perfect race day. 

One of the biggest sources of confusion for athletes is how to set up their nutrition strategy for a multisport event like triathlon. Many people assume that a single formula should cover them throughout the entire event. But as an INFINIT Formulation Specialist explain, usually this simply isn’t the case. 

The best bike nutrition is NOT the best nutrition for your run, and trying to use the same nutrition for both could potentially create issues for you come race day.

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INFINIT 101: Carbohydrate Blend

Monday, July 13, 2015 4:48:27 PM America/New_York

Infinit's carbohydrate blend is a combination of sucrose, dextrose and maltodextrin. Dextrose and sucrose are slightly faster burning molecules and are broken down more quickly by the body for optimal absorption. The short distance end of the slider has a higher percentage of faster burning dextrose for quick energy.Read More

INFINIT 101: Electrolytes

Monday, July 13, 2015 4:45:57 PM America/New_York

Salts are an important part of transporting fluid out of your gut and into your system. Electrolytes have an effect on flavor, and seem to help people who sweat lots or have problems with cramping, but ...Read More

The Sweat Rate Formula | How to Calculate Your Sweat Rate

Monday, July 13, 2015 3:24:40 PM America/New_York

Every athlete should know how much they sweat in order to have a hydration target. The goal is to see exactly how much dehydration you incur during your workout and in turn, determine your hourly fluid replacement (how much you need to drink). When you are done with this homework, you will have a hydration target that you can use in both training and racing.Read More
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