Science in Sport Turbo+ Powder (455g) – One Size Cool Citrus

Specially formulated for indoor turbo training sessions the Turbo+ Powder sports drink should be used as a mouth rinse and should be consumed at regular 5-10 minute intervals during exercise. The formula contains high levels of carbohydrates which works with the carbohydrate stimulate receptors within the mouth which has a stimulatory effect on the central nervous system which can enhance performance. Menthol Added menthol improves your ability to tolerate hot environments by reducing thermal perception and makes it easier to breathe through the refreshing and cooling sensations that menthol provides. Directions for Use Add 65g (3 scoops) to 500ml water and drink little and often during your indoor session. For best results, swill in the mouth for 5-10 seconds before swallowing.

Best Price: £9.75 from Wiggle UK and ROW

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