- Convenient and Great Tasting Alternative Energy source to PowerGel™
- Speeds energy to working muscles with C2MAX Dual Source Carb Mix
- Natural Flavors and No Preservatives
- Ingenious and refreshing flavors with and without caffeine
- Resealable pouch helpful for on-the-go fueling
$19.99 – $49.49
Convenient, Great-Tasting Energy
The C2Max Dual Source Carb Mix, in PowerBar® PowerGel™ Shots Energy Chews, is designed for rapid absorption and transport of energy to working muscles to help improve endurance performance.
24 x 60g PowerGel™ Shots – Cola Shots are currently out of stock
Cola (75mg caffeine)
C2 Max Dual Source Carb Mix (Sugar, Glucose Syrup (Wheat), Invert Sugar), Water, Gelatin, And 2% Or Less Of : Ci Tri C Acid, Sodium Citrate, Glycerin, Carrageenan, Locust Bean Gum, Malt Extract, Carrot Juice (Color), Natural Flavors, Licorice E X Tr Ac T, Sorbi Tol, Coconut And/or Pal M Kernel Oil, Carnauba Wax, Caffeine. Made On Equipment That Also Processes Milk.
C2max Dual Source Carb Mix (Glucose Syrup (Wheat), Sugar, Invert Sugar), Water, Gelatin, And 2% Or Less Of: Citric Acid, Tartaric Acid, Malic Acid, Glycerin, Orange Juice Concentrate, Sodium Citrate, Sodium Ascorbate, Palm Oil, Carnauba Wax, Carrageenan, Locust Bean Gum, Natural Flavors, Curcumin (Color), Carrot Juice (Color). Made On Equipment That Also Processes Milk.
C2max Dual Source Carb Mix (Sugar, Invert Sugar, Glucose Syrup (Wheat)), Water, Gelatin, And 2% Or Less Of: Citric Acid, Tartaric Acid, Malic Acid, Glycerin, Raspberry Puree, Raspberry Juice Concentrate, Natural Flavors, Sodium Citrate, Sodium Ascorbate, Palm Oil, Carnauba Wax, Carrageenan, Locust Bean Gum, Carrot Juice (Color). Made On Equipment That Also Processes Milk.
- Consume 1 to 2 PowerGel™ Shots Energy Chews pouches with water per hour of training or racing.
- Take into consideration that PowerGel™ Hydro Cola flavor contains 75 mg of caffeine per pouch.
Consume 30-90 grams of C2Max Dual Source Carb Mix-containing products per hour of activity (1)
- Target: Up to a 2-3 hrs session/race, 30-60g/hr
- Target: For sessions/races longer than 2-3 hrs, 30-90g/hr
- For best results, start consuming soon after starting exercise and then regularly throughout
- Mix and match from the following C2Max Dual Source Carb Mix-containing products to hit your target hourly carb intake range – see note immediately below about caffeine-containing products
|Product||Grams of C2MAX Dual Source Carb Mix per pouch/serving|
|PowerGel™ Original Energy Gel||25g/pouch|
|PowerGel™ Hydro Liquid Energy Gel||25g/pouch|
|PowerGel™ Shots Gel Filled Energy Chews||48g/pouch|
|PowerBar® IsoActive||29g per 16oz serving|
Target: Latest evidence-based guidelines suggest approximately 3 mg of caffeine per kg bodyweight for endurance performance improvement before or during endurance activities (2).
- For a 50kg (110 lb) person, 150mg from all sources (food, beverage, etc.)
- For a 75kg (165 lb) person, 225mg from all sources (food, beverage, etc.)
- For a 100kg (220 lb) person, 300mg from all sources (food, beverage, etc.)
|Product||Mgs of Caffeine per pouch|
|PowerGel™ Green Apple Original Energy Gel||50mg/pouch|
|PowerGel™ Mojito Hydro Liquid Energy Gel||50mg/pouch|
|PowerGel™ Cola PowerShots Gel Filled Energy Chews||75g/pouch|
- Practice and Train Your Gut
- Always try first in training to see what works best for you
- Recent research suggests you may be able to train yourself to consume more with practice (3)
- Asker Jeukendrup. Carb mixes and benefits. May 14, 2015. Downloaded April 8, 2019. http://www.mysportscience.com/single-post/2015/05/14/Carb-mixes-and-benefits
- LM Burke , AE Jeukendrup, AM Jones, M Mooses. Contemporary Nutrition Strategies to Optimize Performance in Distance Runners and Race Walkers. International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism, (Ahead of Print) https://doi.org/10.1123/ijsnem.2019-0004.
- EP de Oliveira, RC Burini, AE Jeukendrup. Gastrointestinal Complaints During Exercise: Prevalence, Etiology, and Nutritional Recommendations. Sports Medicine May 2014, Volume 44, Supplement 1, pp 79–85. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs40279-014-0153-2#/page-1.