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What is Beta Alanine

Lower body of a group of runners running on a paved path through graph

Beta-alanine is a hot topic in nutrition for exercise performance. Beta-alanine acts as a “muscle buffering agent” within the cells of muscle tissue. It is a naturally occurring amino acid that many athletes take in order to increase their muscles ability to delay fatigue and recover quicker from exercise. But how does it work?

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Meet Team INFINIT: Rob Barlow

Rob Barlow on mountain, text "Rob Barlow #IAmINFINIT"

I climbed Colorado’s 100 highest mountains without using a car. While most people who climb in Colorado wake up at about 5,000’ and drive a motor vehicle hundreds of miles to a trailhead at 9,000’ to 11,000’, I did not. On July 1, 2016, I started at the Four-Way trailhead outside of San Luis, Colorado, a full twelve miles north of the New Mexico border. On September 9, 2016, after climbing 104 peaks and biking peak to peak, I summited Longs Peak and finished my journey at the Longs Peak ranger station in Northeast Colorado.

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Vuelta a España

Image of frankie andreu and bike race, text "Frankie Andreu, la vuella espana"

We're wrapping up our series with Frankie Andreu, with a final insider view of one of the biggest races in the world - la Vuelta a España. The Vuelta is unlike any other race; for many riders, it's their last shot to prove themselves. Dive inside the peloton with Frankie, and into the mind of the racers who are going hard for the final Grand Tour race of the season.

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Hydration in the Dairyland

Start of the Dairyland Criterium, text "Hydration in the Dairyland"
Late June in Wisconsin, features the Tour of Americas Dairyland Criterium Race with race temperatures in the High 90’s, high humidity, hot pavement, and a real feel of close to 110 degrees at the start line. In a race with conditions as brutal as these and racers going all out for the majority of the race, hydration is a major key to success at the TOAD.  Racers from around the world come to compete in this legendary ten-day racing event, including two members of the KHS team, which INFINIT proudly sponsors, Innokenty Zavylov and Duban Sanches. 

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INFINIT Athlete: Josh Tostado 

Jost Tostado riding mountain bike through the woods, text "Josh Tostado: Professional Mountain Biker"

Josh Tostado, or as many know him, "Toast", is one INFINIT athlete unlike most people you will meet.  Josh thrives on pain and endurance, and this has led him to become one of the top distance mountain bikers in the world.  Josh grew up in Maine where he learned to cross country ski and mountain bike.  After a trip to Colorado, to ski the Arapahoe basin, Tostado was hooked.  He told his parents that he would be moving to Colorado to be a ski bum and live out his dreams there.

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100 Mountains 65 Days & 1750 Miles

Image of Rob Barlow on mountain top, text "100 Mountains 65 Days & 1750 Miles"

Meet Rob Barlow, one of the most adventurous athletes we have ever sponsored. Rob is attempting a feat that has never even been attempted. He is hiking, biking, climbing, and rappelling the 100 highest mountains (the "Centennials") in Colorado without the aid of a car. The effort will require 1200 miles of biking and 500 miles of hiking in 65 days. The average work load is 28 miles per day, 32% hiking and 68% biking. It has never been done before. In fact, the Centennials have never even been navigated in one effort using a car to go between mountain ranges.

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Fueling is the Fast Track to Success

INFINIT product line up, text "Fueling the Fast Track to Success"

Food IS fuel. Without significant amounts of carbohydrates, fats, and protein energy can not be stored, broken down, and used to power our bodies for training. Optimal physiological responses can not occur without adequate substrates that come directly from carbohydrates. Our main energy system that is important for events lasting longer than 2 minutes is the Aerobic System. The human body absolutely needs carbohydrates and fats in order to adapt and improve Aerobic Foundation (AF) processing rates, Prolonged Aerobic Capacity (PAC), and Aerobic Rate Capacity (ARC).

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April is Adult Learn-to-Swim Month

INFINIT-US Masters custom nutrition bags, text "April is adult learn to swim month. Did you know: 10 people down every day in the US and 37% of adults cannot swim."

According to the Centers for Disease Control, 37 percent of American adults can’t swim the length of a pool, which puts them at risk of being one of the 10 people who drown every day in the United States. The Swimming Saves Lives Foundation, U.S. Masters Swimming’s charitable arm, has declared the month of April “Adult Learn-to-Swim Month.” April marks the start of the warmer months when pools, lakes, and beaches are opening up for spring and summer recreation. In an effort to reduce these staggering numbers, INFINIT & U.S. Masters Swimming have partnered up to raise awareness and resources for the Swimming Saves Lives Foundation through the development of the U.S. Masters Swimming line of formulas

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Frankie's Formulas: Paris-Roubaix

Map of Paris-Roubaix bike ride route and INFINIT Custum Bag, text "Frankie Andreu #MyMix Paris-Roubiax"

Frankie's Paris-Roubaix Formula at a Glance:  Over 3 hour formula, Triathlon, Cycling, Mountain Bike, Cramper's Blends, Heavy Sweaty, Sensitive Stomach, Clydesdale/Athena, Male, Salted Caramel. INFINIT is continuing our #MyMIX - Frankie's Formulas, a series of race formulas specifically for the EU Spring Classics that Frankie raced for over a decade. Including insider stories about what actually happens in the peloton, the race conditions, terrain and and the custom-blended nutrition solution needed to complete the race.

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