Pre and Post Workout Supplement Gummies

 

Power Up
Pre-Workout

12-Pack

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Recover Apple
Post-Workout

12-Pack

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Recover Orange
Post-Workout

12-Pack

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Energy Qube Variety Pack

12-Pack

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Energy Qube Sample Pack

3-Pack

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Benefits of energon qube and recover workout gummies

How to Take Pre-Workout Gummies

Enjoy one pouch of workout gummies 5 to 10 minutes before your workout. Please remember that this chewable pre-workout contains caffeine. Use caution if you know you’re sensitive to caffeine. Please consult a healthcare professional before using if you are of childbearing age, pregnant, or breastfeeding. We don’t recommend combining our product with another caffeinated product or food. 

Use according to directions for best results, and please do not take more gummies than the recommended serving size. For best results, chew each gummy thoroughly. Keep these pre-workout gummies away from curious children and pets. If the safety seal is missing or broken, discard it and do not eat it. You can store these preworkout gummies wherever is convenient due to our non-melting formula. 

How to Take Gummies After a Workout

Enjoy an entire pouch of Recover gummies after workout. Please use according to the packaging instructions, and do not take more than the recommended serving size. For the best results from a recovery gummy, chew each one completely. For everyone’s safety, keep away from curious children and pets. If the safety seal on your pouch is broken or missing, throw the product away and do not use it. Our gummies won’t melt, so you can store them wherever is convenient. 

Why take a gummy instead of a preworkout?  

The Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition published a study reporting that combining a pre-workout supplement with a high-intensity interval training (HIIT) workout significantly increased workout gains. An increase in VO2 max, amount of training, and lean body mass were seen, as well as losing body fat at a higher rate. You can increase the efficacy of your pre-workout by eating it. 

 

What Makes our Gummies Special? (Key Ingredients)

Energon Cube

Controlled-release Carbohydrates

Why do we use sugar in our preworkout? (Isn’t sugar bad for you?!) Well, the sugar that we use is critical to our timed release energy. This means you don’t just get a big energy spike and crash, but instead you get sustained energy for your whole workout!  

Organic, Natural Caffeine

Controlled-release caffeine raises and sustains mental focus, allowing you to intensely workout more easily.

BCAA Mix

BCAA blend supports muscle growth during and after a workout.

Ginseng

This potent herbs supports endurance, enhancing your workout gains.

Recover Post-Workout Chew

BCCA Mix

BCCA’s helps reduce muscle soreness and speeds recovery.

Ginger Extract

Ginger is anti-inflammatory and an antioxidant powerhouse herb. It’s ability to decrease inflammation and reduce oxidative damage from working out aids your post-workout recovery.

By using pectin, a plant ingredient, all of our gummies are vegan.

High Glycemic Sugars to Replace Glycogen

Why do we use sugar in our post-workout? (Isn’t sugar bad for you?!) These high-glycemic sugars are greedily absorbed by your body after working out. You have a 40 minute window after a work out to replenish your muscles’ glyogen stores, which gives you a faster, better recovery so you can get back to working out without injury!

Energon Qube Vs. Other Pre-Workout Chews

Ingredients:

SGC Energon Qube

Herbaland

ChuGummies

 

Controlled release caffeine

Yes

No

No 

 

BCCA Mix

Yes

Some

No

 

Ginseng

Yes

No

No

 

Complementary Carbohydrate Complex

Yes

Yes

No

 

Recover Vs. Other Post-workout Chews

Ingredients:

SGC Recover post-workout Chew

Hilo Post-Workout Chew

Outwork Nutrition Post-Workout Chew

 

Vitamin B Complex

Yes

No

No

 

BCCA Mix

Yes

No

No

 

Ginger

Yes

A minuscule amount

No

 

Complementary Carbohydrate Complex

Yes

No

No

 

Your body performs best with the right fuel.

Our bodies can only store so much energy. Before an intense workout, it is important to top off the tank to ensure you have enough fuel to power your muscles. The more intense the activity, the quicker you burn through energy reserves. To ensure muscles are operating optimally, you need fuel that is readily available and will last over time.

Power Up gummies contain an optimal mix of high and low glycemic sugars ideal for high intensity and endurance training. Compared to other products, Power Up provides prolonged energy when you need it, without the crash.

What you do immediately after a workout is just as important as the workout itself. Consuming a high GI carbohydrate right after an intense workout has a compounding effect: spiking insulin and replenishing muscle glycogen. Insulin helps speed the delivery and absorption of nutrients, and because it reduces muscle breakdown, it improves net protein balance. Glycogen is the fuel reserve for your muscles. Consuming high GI carbohydrates after intense training quickly replenishes glycogen stores and repairs muscle tissue. The faster you can replenish glycogen, the more beneficial it is for your muscles and recovery. Vigorous exercise also increases systemic inflammation and oxidative stress. Antioxidants should be consumed after training to neutralize cell-damaging free radicals and speed recovery.

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