12 good options for fueling and when you should eat them.
The immune system is your body’s natural defense against disease or illness. Check out the best foods you can eat to give your immune system all the support it needs.
In this article, Dr Jeroen Swart explains the basics of fuelling.
Including a daily intake of probiotics is said to improve your digestion and recovery whilst boosting your immune function.
Almonds are a tasty nutrient-dense nut that has tons of benefits for riders.
Research shows that athletes with deficiencies in L-Glutamine may experience more inflammation, oxidative stress and weakened immune systems.
ABSA Cape Epic African Jersey champ Matt Beers lists his seven ‘go-to’ items from Sponser Sports Food and details how & when he uses them.
All you need is a cup or two a day to start reaping the health benefits and smashing your PR’s.
We asked Nico to give us an overview of which items in the SPONSER range he uses and how he incorporates them into his racing regime leading up to an event, during the event and afterwards.
“Since 1994 I have trusted in SPONSER® products. In addition to good compatibility, SPONSER® combines Swiss innovation and the highest quality.” – Nino.
Train smart by eating smart. Everything you need to know about training low and competing high on carbs.
To avoid muscle cramps, dizziness or a decrease in concentration when racing or training, we need to hydrate our bodies before, during and after exercise.
Superfoods are foods – mostly plant-based but also some fish and dairy – that are nutritionally dense and very good for you. They are unrefined with high levels of rich nutrients and antioxidants. They also have healthy fats, tons of fiber, can help ease digestion, can help prevent diabetes and can ward off cancer. Superfoods […]