- Cheap SIS Go 1.6kg
Without the arsiness of lord of all he surveys, TJ:
Go to myprotein.co.uk – buy bulk quantities of maltodextrine and fructose. Mix it 2:1 (m:f).
The only expensive item I then include is a nuun tablet, as these disolve better than anything else I’ve tried and also provide a bit of flavour without being too much.
Cheaper than a cheap thing..!Posted 8 years agoourmaninthenorthSubscriber
TJ – apols. I meant to have included one of these to indicate I was joking: 😉
None intended. Not least because I tend to agree with your recipe approach. Leaving out the orange squash, what proportions of salts do you include for, say, 100g of maltodextrine?
Just trying to work out if I can sack off the nuun tablets.
Oh, and mikey – we didn’t know you wanted to take it abroad…. In which case, just buy some from Decathlon (or Tesco – they often have it in the big stores) and don’t break the seal before you get on the plane..!Posted 8 years agokingkongsfingerMember
Blazin-saddles – Member
“SIS go usually upsets most peoples stomach’s, I would get a sachet first”
Pardon my french but what a load of crap! where did you dig that up from? I don’t know anyone that’s had an upset stomach from GO.
At least a dozen people I race with complain about GO. Rego is the nuts and so are the gels and PSP etc. Most SIS things are great.
If you mix a little GO with PSP you get carbs and electrolytes which is OK but GO by itself is grim.Posted 8 years agothisisnotaspoonMember
well you dont know me then
borrowed a friends bottle mid way though a 100mile sportive, gave me horrendous stomach cramp, had to stop and walk arround a bit till it dissapeared.
Went back to water, flapjack and bannanas after that with no problems.
Definately try it out with a sachet first. Now I just stick to homemade flapjack, a particularly sticky recipie with a little added salt (small teasoon lo-salt in a days worth) and a fair bit more sugar than normal.Posted 8 years ago
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