Review: GU Roctane Strawberry Kiwi, a Good Energy Gel Just Got Better

 

GU Roctane Energy Gel is similar to GU Original Energy Gel in terms of carbohydrate content, taste, and consistency but with three times the sodium and branched-chain amin

Energy Gels Comparison – Sortable by Calories and Calorie Density

If the first criteria for you when selecting energy gels is the number of calories, or if you’re interested in the caloric density of specific gel, then look no further. We&#…

Energy Gels vs. Energy Bars, Same Purpose but Different Consistency

 

Both energy gels and energy bars are designed to replenish lost carbohydrates during exercise. They are similar products with different consistency – gels are syrups, an

Energy Gel Review: Decathlon Energy Gel, Affordable but Lack Boost

 

I’m a fan of Decathlon. I’ve purchased many of its affordable yet quality gear for a wide range of sporting activities, but this is my first time using the Frenc…

Review: Spring Energy Speednut, Koffee, and Awesome Sauce – Steady Energy Flow

Spring Energy Gels fall along a spectrum of more traditional carbohydrate heavy ones like the CanaBerry flavor we’ve reviewed to ones that offer a mix of carbs and fats. Fo…

Review: NutriSport Sprint Energy Gel, Refreshing Citrus Flavor

 

I had never heard of NutriSport before a running acquaintance gave me a couple of the brand’s energy gels to try. Never seen it in this corner of the running world, so pl…

Energy Gels, Are They Worth it?

 

Do I need energy gels?

Do energy gels work?

Are energy gels just hype or the real deal?

These are some of the frequently asked questions we’ve received. Today, we will c…

Review: 226ers Bio Energy Gel, Made by Triathletes, Fit for All

 

The brand name of this energy gel says it all – it targets the Ironman triathlon (3.9km swim, 180.2 ride, and 42.2km run for a total of 226.3km) segment but that’s just t…

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