The SiS Go Isotonic gel was the worlds first isotonic gel effectively delivering an easily digestible and quick supply of carbohydrate for energy during exercise. Sis Go Isotonic Gels are designed to be consumed without water meaning that you can ensure rapid delivery of carbohydrate to your muscles without the feelings of being bloated that can sometimes occur with over-drinking. Depleting your carbohydrate stores during exercise is one of the major causes of fatigue. In addition to ensuring optimal carbohydrate stores before exercise, delivering additional carbohydrate during exercise is known to improve performance, race times and delay the onset of fatigue. As such, SiS Go Isotonic Gels represent a highly practical solution to your in-training and competition fuelling strategy by providing you with a quick supply of 22 g of carbohydrate per gel. Gels can easily be carried in your pocket or your race belt without the requirement for bulky bottles. Key Features: – isotonic gel variety pack – 15 x 60 ml gels – 22 g of carbohydrate per gel – isotonic formulation delivers energy fast – convenient gel format – Recommended usage: – consume 1-3 gels per hour to deliver approximately 60 g of carbohydrate and maximize carbohydrate utilization rates.
Expiry dates may differ between flavours.
Water, Maltodextrin (from Maize) (33%), Natural Flavouring, Gelling Agents (Gellan Gum, Xanthan Gum), Acidity Regulators (Citric Acid, Sodium Citrate), Preservatives (Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate), Sweetener (Acesulfame K), Sodium Chloride, Antioxidant (Ascorbic Acid), Colour (Beta-Carotene).
15 x 60ml gels
Includes 15 orange flavour SiS go isotonic energy gels
SiS Go Isotonic Gels are designed to be consumed without water
The SiS GO Isotonic gel was the world’s first isotonic gel effectively delivering an easily digestible and quick supply of carbohydrate
Can also be consumed with SiS Go Hydro or with SiS Go electrolyte to ensure a combination of both energy and fluid delivery during exercise
Consume 1-3 gels per hour during exercise to deliver approximately 60 g of carbohydrate and maximize carbohydrate utilization rates