Review: Chia Charge flapjacks

Note this isn’t a sponsored post, I just wanted to share a great product with you.

The greatest flapjack I have ever eaten was during the Scotland coast to coast last year, we’d just finished the first bike leg of around 60 miles involving some serious hill climbing and the gels I had with me just weren’t doing it for me. Then at an aid station we came across these little squares of sugary heaven. At that moment in time it was the greatest food on earth, a perfect combination of sugar and carbs that melted in the mouth.

Everyone craves something different food wise when they take on an endurance challenge like this or an ultra, but I learned from that race that I need real food and something that isn’t pure sugar. However it also needs to be relatively simple flavour wise otherwise you spend the next few hours tasting it again. […]

Review – MuleBar kicks

My quest to find the right race nutrition continues, I really like the chia gels but wanted to see what was available in a more traditional gel form. A quick Google and I came across MuleBar who position themselves as the natural gels with no synthetic or artificial ingredients. Which all sounds very nice doesn’t Read more about Review – MuleBar kicks[…]

Fuelling a run not fuelling the runs

The further you run the more important it becomes to get your nutrition correct; popping out for a 5 mile training run on an empty stomach probably isn’t going to cause you too many problems, but extend that to a couple of hours on the trails it’s a different story. It can make a huge Read more about Fuelling a run not fuelling the runs[…]