EnergySource is a new generation sports drink for use during exercise. It contains a carbohydrate formulation of maltodextrin and fructose in a ratio of 2:1 and key electrolytes. Many of the world’s leading event organisers and Pro athletes choose award-winning EnergySource for success in the toughest endurance events.
Research suggests that you should consume a maximum of 60g carbohydrate per hour from traditional sports drinks. The recommended intake for new generation Energy Source with 2:1 fructose can be substantially higher, at up to 90 gram per hour. The ingredients in EnergySource help sustain performance during tough endurance events and help maintain hydration by enhancing the absorption of water.
Suitable for beginner to pro athlete
Latest generation sports drink with 2:1 fructose
Recommended consumption up to 90g of this carbohydrate mix per hour
Carbohydrates with electrolytes for maintaining endurance performance*
Helps maintain hydration during exercise*
Race proven in the World’s toughest events
Light tasting and refreshing
With natural flavours. No artificial colours, preservatives or sweeteners
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans
For your next big event or race download the free High5 Advanced Nutrition Guide for your sport/bodyweight/event distance from www.highfive.co.uk
*Effect of the ingredients
Buy High5 Energy Source Drum 2.2kg Chain Reaction Cycles, the world's largest online bicycle store.
Rated 4 out of 5 by JakeB Easy to mix, great taste.
This product tastes good, I have had orange and forest fruits, both nice but the later best. Easy on the stomach and not overly sweet.
30 October 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Crossie44 Great Product
I have used the High 5 energy source as a easy and convenient way to carbo load leading up to the 4 Ironman races that I have participated in and found them to be great products.
23 October 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by CasperS This product has great features.
It's a every good product, it keep your energy every high @ time.
also taste awesome
20 September 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by MaxFresh Great for long races
I've tried a lot of different energy drinks and this is by far the best. Keeps you hydrated and the electrolytes stays in shape. I often use this for 4-6 hr trips.
03 September 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dantezuma Does what it says on the tin.
I have to say I was dubious about the claims made by the manufacturer but after trying out some tester sachets that cam with a CRC order I was convinced enough to shell out for the big 2.2kg tub. This works out by far the cheapest way to buy it. I can now do a 120K ride without having to eat anything at all. So long as you just keep sipping this up at the recomended rate (which does take a little getting used to) you can keep on going like the energiser bunny.
26 August 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous proven
I've been using High5 drinks for a year! They DEFINITELY make a big difference to a days riding,keep you going that bit more. Add some water, shake it up and away you go!
17 September 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Stronger at the end
Using EnergySource and following the High5 race faster guides has made a substantial difference to my race results. I feel like I have energy left towards the end and so can really push for the results
17 September 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous stomach problems
I've suffered from stomach problems in the best using various energy drink and it sometimes ruined my race. A friend recommended I'd try the High5 EnergySource because he never had those problems. It is really light on the stomach and tastes great. I use the SummerFruits and Tropical flavours.
23 April 2010
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The size of serving you require depends on the activity you are taking part in, but since the body can only hold around 400g of carbohydrate, and can only ingest up to 90g per hour, a 2.2 Kg tub should provide a minimum of 24 servings.
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