Those who love sports know that the proper assimilation of nutritional supplements allows for optimal performance, both when competing and training.
With over 50 years of experience, Enervit has been able to introduce exceptional innovation into the world of endurance sports - in particular, new training methods and revolutionary food strategies. The research centre Equipe Enervit, based in Zelbio, Italy, is staffed by a team of doctors, scientists, athletes and industry experts who strive to understand the real needs of athletes across a range of endurance sports and offer even the most dedicated athletes a complete line of products for every supplementary need.
Products are scientifically developed that (through a careful selection of GMO-free raw materials, high-level production processes and UNI EN ISO 9001-2008 certified controls) are of the highest quality and completely safe for consumption. Additionally, Enervit in South Africa has entered into the "Informed Choice" testing with the Dis-Chem Quality Assurance Programme, which promotes consumer safety by verifying labels, testing products regularly and auditing manufacturers.
Enervit Sports is a complete line-up of endurance sports nutritional supplements, providing specific products for every step of your performance strategy: before - to increase the availability of energy; during - to combat fatigue and after - for quick and optimum recovery.
Enervit Gymline Muscle enables people who train intensely to develop powerful, defined muscles.
The objective of pre-sport nutritional strategies is to optimise the availability of carbohydrates, as well as the water supply in the bodyin preparation for intense and prolonged physical exercise. The consumption of low glycaemic index foods prior to prolonged performance promotes the oxidation of fatty acids during physical activity, which in turn helps with the sustained and slow release of glycogen from the muscles during physical exertion. Controlled use of carbohydrates with a low glycaemic index can lead to a lower risk of reactive hypoglycemia (from the Sport Nutrition Report 1).
During physical activity it is important to provide a constant supply of energy to the body in order to increase endurance and reduce fatigue. Use of supplements that include a combination of gradual and rapidly absorbable carbohydrates is recommended. In particular, a mix of fructose and maltodextrin will provide immediate and constant energy over time. Minerals in the form of carbohydrate and electrolyte solutions will replenish losses due to sweating during sports activities.
Energy levels and muscle strain issues need to be resolved as quickly as possible after strenuous exercise, especially if future participation in training sessions or competitions are planned. Supplements used in the recovery period must assist in the rapid recovery of energy reserves, muscle efficiency and hydro-saline deficiencies - which already starts in the first ten minutes after physical activity.