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:GO FAR Endurance Fuel - All Questions

GO FAR Endurance Fuel multi-serving eco-pack and single serving packets
:GO FAR Endurance Fuel
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If they recommend a bottle an hour, what do you do in a 5+ hour IM event? Are you mixing extra bottles of this stuff at each aid station?
Question by: Ben on Jan 17, 2022, 11:45 PM
Hi Ben,
Thanks for your question! For an IM bike, there are a few options:
1. Sticking with the one bottle per hour, you could start with 3 bottles for the first 3 hours, and then pick up 3 more bottles from your special needs bag for the 2nd 3 hours (for a 6 hour bike).
2. Some people will "concentrate" their INFINIT into one or two bottles and then drink additional plain water - for example, you could have two 3 hour bottles with 3 servings or 6 scoops in each bottle (for a 6 hour ride). You would drink 1/3 of this bottle each hour and then want to have an aero bottle (or other bottle) you could drink additional plain water from (so you are getting at least 20 oz of fluid per hour).
3. You can also carry those same concentrated bottles from example 2 and instead of drinking concentrated INFINIT and drinking plain water, you could make up normal strength bottles on the go by adding the equivalent of a serving to an easily re-fillable aero bottle and grabbing plain water from an aid station and adding it to it.

If you'd like to talk through with one of our formulation specialists, feel free schedule a free consult here:
Answer by: Colin Riley (Admin) on Dec 7, 2022, 2:18 PM
I'm interested but would never consider purchasing without a complete, detailed list of the ingredients showing the amounts of each and every ingredient. Thanks. I'm looking forward to your reply.
Question by: Chip Duchein on Jun 12, 2022, 5:06 PM
Thank you for your question! Under the pictures at the top of the page there is a picture of the full nutrition label and full list of ingredients in the Go Far product. If you have any questions about any of the ingredients, don't hesitate to get in touch here:
Answer by: Colin Riley (Admin) on Dec 7, 2022, 2:34 PM
is this product vegan?
Question by: Nick on Sep 12, 2022, 2:46 PM
The regular Go Far is NOT vegan. It contains whey protein. However there is a plant based/vegan version of the Go Far you can find here:
Answer by: Colin Riley (Admin) on Dec 7, 2022, 2:55 PM
Hi what if you can’t drink the 20 ounces every hour? I have a 5-6 hour marathon coming up I’m not sure I can drink that much every hour I usually do gels and electrolytes mixed in water
Question by: Donna tuchman on Mar 27, 2023, 7:30 PM
Hi Donna,
Go Far is designed to be mixed with 20 ounces of water but you can try mixing it with 16 ounces and the concentration will still be pretty close to ideal if you struggle to drink that much per hour, just know the flavor will be a little stronger when mixed in 16 oz vs. 20 oz. Go Far contains 280 calories and 4 grams of protein so depending on your body size, it may last a little over one hour. If you would like to schedule a free consult, we can talk through this and any other questions you have to try and dial in a plan for you:
Answer by: Colin Riley (Admin) on Apr 6, 2023, 2:00 PM
What is the suggestion if caffeine is added? One bottle normal and then one bottle caffeine, and alternate?
My current training is sub 3 hours, should I train with SPEED and use Go Far on race, or practice with Go Far on these runs so its not a surprise on race day.
Got a marathon coming up in October and want to practice fueling
Question by: Zoe Brentano-Murphy on Aug 2, 2023, 1:50 PM
Generally 20-50 mg per serving is a good general rule for longer distance blends but it depends on how long long you are going, your body size, and your caffeine tolerance.

You can alternate with caffeine. Or, you can save it for the last few hours to really get a boost from the caffeine. Or you can just use it for an entire event depending on the event.

For a running marathon, I would recommend starting with Speed or Go Far for Women.

You can also schedule a consult here if you'd like to talk through any of these questions or set-up a custom blend:
Answer by: Colin Riley (Admin) on Aug 3, 2023, 3:03 PM
I'm avoiding dairy. It messes with my sinuses. I don't see a warning about it, but does whey isolate still act like dairy m
Question by: Stephen on Oct 18, 2023, 3:44 PM
Hi Stephen,
Thanks for your question. Whey protein is one of the proteins found in cows milk, so it is technically dairy. We use a high quality, whey protein isolate which is over 99% lactose free. So for those that have issues with lactose, normally INFINIT products are not a problem. Let us know if you have any further questions on this topic. Thanks!
Answer by: Colin Riley (Admin) on Oct 18, 2023, 4:01 PM

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