After a long Saturday group ride while still shaking from the accumulated effort of multiple county line sprints, it can be tempting to slump haphazardly on the couch, clutching a bag of snack cookies in an attempt to feel alive again. While cookies are inarguably delicious, they're not really helping you reap the benefits of those three hours you just spent at threshold. So keep a handful of the chocolate chip noms and set the rest of the bag aside in favor of Science in Sport's REGO Rapid Recovery Drink Mix. It's a win-win choice that'll have you recovering faster and leave some snacks in the cupboard for the next day's post-ride lounging.
REGO utilizes 23g of carbohydrates per serving to replenish crucial energy stores depleted during training, and 20g of soy protein boosted with 2g of leucine that acts as a catalyst to increase muscle protein synthesis. Add in a dash of electrolytes with vitamins and minerals, and REGO provides a mix of ingredients that work together to help your muscles recover faster and be better prepared for the next day's workout.
For those of us toeing the line at competitions, REGO Rapid Recovery also offers some peace of mind from the whirling chatter of tainted supplements and suspicious substances. It's certified through the Informed Sport Evolved Certification program, undergoing vigorous testing through a third party, world-class anti-doping lab that analyzes pre-production raw ingredients and post-production product. The organization also completes site audits to ensure that REGO contains quality ingredients and is free from prohibited substances. If you're serious about racing clean, this certification means everything.
Science in Sport's REGO Rapid Recovery is vegetarian, gluten-free, lactose-free, wheat-free, and nut-free.
- A recovery mix of carbohydrate, protein, electrolytes, and vitamins
- 23g of carbohydrates and 20g of protein per serving
- Soy protein boosted with leucine for increased synthesis
- Certified to be free of banned substances
- Gluten-free, lactose-free, wheat-free, and nut-free