Fast and Up Reload Review
Every now and then, we often get lost in the moment while cycling. Whether it be when talking to your mate or just soaking the view, we end up forgetting to hydrate. As we are obsessed training, tackling a hurdle or just riding for fun — hydration is vital. If you fail to keep yourself hydrated, you are likely to compromise on your performance, limiting training gains and prolonging the recovery process.
However, with Fast&Up’s Reload formula; no longer will you have to worry about supplying your body with the right mix of electrolytes, carbohydrates and vitamins. With this product, you can replenish and recharge instantly.
So what makes this product so special?
Let’s run you through some of its key benefits listed below:-
Benefits of Fast&Up Reload:
During the Fast and Up Reload Review, we learned that the product with a unique combination of Sodium, Potassium, Magnesium and Chlorides that helps to maintain the right electrolyte balance. The formula also comes with Vitamin D3, Vitamin C and Calcium which aid in reducing fatigue and muscle soreness.
Sodium (Na+) is a major positive ion that regulated the total amount of water in the body. The movement of sodium is critical in the generation of electrical signals as many processes like the brain, nervous system, and muscles, require electrical signals for communication.
Another major positive ion that is vital for rehydration is Potassium (K+). The ideal level of potassium is essential for maintaining sodium-potassium levels. Potassium also helps to prevent cramps and helps in the normal functioning of muscles.
Magnesium is an electrolyte that is required for proper muscle, nerve, and enzyme functioning. It helps the body consume energy and is needed to move other electrolytes (potassium and sodium) into and out of cells.
Chloride is an anion found in the fluid outside the cells and in the bloodstream. It helps the body maintain a normal balance of fluids.
Vitamin D is important for optimal skeletal and muscle functioning. It absorbs calcium that helps bone development and growth, nerve signaling, immune function, blood pressure, and muscle strength.
Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid or L-ascorbate, is a vital vitamin that helps in the growth and repair of tissues. Moreover, it helps athletes recover from an intense workout and prevents damage caused due to Exercise Induced Oxidative Stress (EXIOS)
Calcium has a major impact on metabolism of essential nutrients, and proper physiological functions when it is circulating within the bloodstream. It is also involved in all types of muscle functions and contractions.
The Fast&Up Reload also comes along with a unique Maltodextrin and Fructose combination in a 2:1 ratio. It provides an ideal combination of instant and sustained energy that also helps in reducing the occurrence of stomach upset.
After trying out the Fast and Up Reload hydration drink ourselves, here are a few more reasons why you should consider buying Fast&Up Reload:
The tablets dissolve as soon as they are put in water and are ready for consumption within two minutes. The tablets are made at a pH just right for absorption that leads to the faster onset of action.
As the solution comes in a tablet form in a tubular packing, they can be easily carried around.
Easy to digest:
The Fast&Up tablets dissolve completely and when consumed result in less irritation and greater tolerability.
As compared to the other products in the market, Fast&Up Reload tablets taste way better. Also, these effervescent products retain their flavor even after lengthy storage.
Fast and Up Reload comes in a tube of 10 and 20. These tubes are available at a price of 90 INR and 160 INR respectively.
Can be used in different sports:
Due to its right mix of ingredients, the Fast&Up Reload is ideal for cyclists, runners, marathoners, swimmers, fitness enthusiasts and others.
“Users kindly note that: None of the tablets are a substitute for food; hence, consuming your pre-workout meal is a must.”
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