CARBO-PRO Bag (2.0 lb.)
CARBO-PRO Bag (2.0 lb.)
CARBO-PRO Bag (2.0 lb.)

CARBO-PRO Bag (2.0 lb.)

Precio habitual $21.95 $21.95 Oferta

GMO-Free Identity Preserved. GLUTEN FREE. Contains NO preservatives, color, dairy, soy, sweeteners or yeast.  Premium fuel, non-sweet (plain flavor) pure complex carbs, provides safe, clean, efficient calories for any exercise activity. 

Consume BEFORE, DURING, and AFTER, for energy, endurance, recovery; any time, any where, for ANY sport, ALL sports. Non-sweet, (plain flavor) NO preservatives, color, dairy, soy, sweeteners or yeast.

 

SUGGESTED USE:

For 2 Hours of Activity: you need at least 200 to 300 calories per hour 

= 400 cals to 600 cals for 2 hours.

  1. BEFORE: MIX at least Two (2) scoops in 10 - 12 oz. of cold water and drink it at least 30 minutes before start 
  2. DURING:   for each hour of activity MIX at least Two (2) scoops in 20 - 26 oz. of cold water  and sip throughout activity 
  3. AFTER: MIX at least Two (2) scoops in 10 - 12 oz. of any fluid and drink within the first hour for optimal muscle-glycogen replenishment and recovery

 

* A 150 lb. (68 kg.) athlete needs at least 300 calories per hour of exercise activity = 3 scoops of CARBO-PRO

 

CARBO-LOADING

You may carbo-load with CARBO-PRO for two to three days before a major event. 1 or 2  scoops (100 to 200 calories) in 12 oz. of cold water; Once in the morning and once in the evening should be sufficient.

 

CONDITIONING/TRAINING:  2 or 3 scoops in 10 oz. water. Drink within the first hour AFTER workout. 

 

 

RACE/COMPETITION Carbo-Pro allows endurance athletes to adjust CARBs intake based on training or competition distance. A 150lb. athlete needs at least 300 calories per hour of activity @ 2 calories per hour, per lb. of body weight. One scoop of Carbo-Pro provides 100 calories of energy. The 60 cc scoop (inside container) holds approx. 0.9 ounce (25 g) of the product. One scoop provides approx. 100 Calories. One serving size which is 2 scoops (1.8 oz./ 50 g) provides approx. 200 Calories. One serving (2 scoops/ 1.8 oz./ 50 g) represents theoretically as much carbohydrate content as 200 g (about 1/2 lb.) of cooked pasta; or as much as 430 g (about 1 lb.) of potatoes.