First Endurance EFS Liquid Shot
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First Endurance Electrolyte Fuel System (EFS(TM)) liquid shot flask contains 5 oz. of a high-performance energy formula that's loaded with electrolytes, amino acids and carbohydrates. EFS liquid shot has been formulated to provide fast and sustained energy for muscles; EFS does not contain gelling agents that can potentially slow absorption and digestion. 1,500mg of electrolytes help to reduce cramping and keep you hydrated. 1,000mg of amino acids can help to reduce post-exercise muscle damage and fatigue. Resealable, refillable flask can be washed in the dishwasher and used over and over; flask can be recycled at the end of its usable life. *Discount will be applied when you check out. Offer not valid for sale-price items ending in $._3 or $._9.
This is one six-pack you want to knock back when behind the bars. If you're riding all day. Literally. First Endurance is building on the success of their drinks and bar with this "gel," the EFS Liquid Shot. We put quotes around gel because there are no gelling agents in the liquid. Since you probably don't ride all day that often, you can take a flask in place of two bars. Or in place of a bar and toss it in the fridge when you get home. You might think the world needs another energy liquid like it needs another hole in the ozone layer. You'd be wrong. It gets down to this; the EFS Liquid Shot is jammed with carbohydrates, amino acids, and electrolytes. And goes down easy thanks to the absence of gelling agents, which can make "gels" sticky and dry. Without these agents, the liquid is less viscous and can be ingested without the aid of water. The first thing is they measure a serving as five ounces of liquid, which fills the flask the shot comes in. In that, you'll find 400 calories. Of the 400, there are 100g of carbohydrate in a mix of glucose, maltodextrin, and sucrose. The reason for the mix is to have fast-acting, slow-acting, and easy-absorbing carbs. The bottle also has 1000mg of amino acids, broken down into glutamine and branch-chain amino acids isoleucine, leucine, and valine. There is also a pretty heavy-duty electrolyte blend of 400mg sodium, 290mg potassium, 150mg calcium, 120mg magnesium, and 600mg chloride. As all cyclists should know, we sweat out salt and have a great need for electrolytes when exercising hard, and the loss of salt can lead to cramping. First Endurance argues that you need more than just salt to prevent cramping; that's why the rest of the electrolytes are present. The Liquid Shot will keep your electrolytes balanced, help with absorption, reduce lactic acid build-up and keep the body going.