Sponser Lactat Buffer

    Sponser Lactat Buffer


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    Powerful Supplement. Class A on the Australian Institute of Sports Supplement List. For use in important competitions

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    Sponser Lactat Buffer is a mildly flavored drink powder with sodium citrate and sodium bicarbonate for high-intensity, so-called anaerobic-lactic sports.

    During high-intensity exercise, lactate accumulation is often performance-limiting. As a result, there is a short-term drop in the pH value in the blood. Lactat Buffer is a competition supplement for ambitious performance athletes in all disciplines in which lactate increases are performance-limiting (rowing, sprint disciplines, skiing, swimming, etc.).

    Sodium bicarbonate is listed by internationally recognized bodies from sports and nutrition science (Swiss Sports Nutrition Society, Australian Institute of Sport) as a so-called A-supplement with the highest effectiveness.

    Which sports benefit?

    - typical anaerobic-lactic stress:

    Swimming, athletics (short and medium distances), rowing, cross-country skiing (sprint)

    - repetitive interval loads:

    various Team sports (soccer, hockey), strength athletes, martial arts (karate, judo)

    Function and effect of soda loading

    Supplementation with LACTATE BUFFER or sodium bicarbonate and/or citrate is also called soda loading. Significant improvements in performance can be expected when sodium bicarbonate and sodium citrate are used during high-intensity anaerobic exercise lasting approximately 1 to 10 minutes.

    The improvements in performance seem to be all the more significant the more pronounced the exercise-induced, metabolic acidosis (acidosis) is. In practice, this means that athletes who are used to anaerobic loads such as middle-distance runners, rowers, swimmers, skiers, etc. benefit significantly more from supplementation than, for example, athletes who are used to endurance such as long-distance runners, triathletes or cyclists. This is because a significantly higher lactate tolerance is trained in anaerobic sports than in endurance athletes. Another group of athletes who may potentially benefit from soda loading are those with repetitive interval loads. This applies to many team, ball and martial arts.

    Soda loading is also interesting for strength athletes, since the isolated training of fewer muscles locally generates very high lactate values, which must be transported away again as quickly as possible. If the muscle stays sour for too long, the next set cannot be completed quickly enough and with insufficient stress. However, since soda loading also means an increased sodium intake, supplementation in weight training should not be carried out permanently, but should be reserved for intensive phases. The same applies to sports where one or more competitions take place weekly.

    Due to the mode of action of an increased bicarbonate buffer in the blood, the athlete's individually achievable lactate value is not necessarily increased, but primarily the lactate tolerance. This means that the athlete with his individual lactate value can endure a load longer or perform better. The athlete does not necessarily perceive the perceived strain as less if the maximum achievable performance is aimed for in competition. In contrast, however, a given, defined performance should be perceived as less stressful. In all cases, a significantly faster recovery can be expected, because the acid removal is accelerated by the increased buffer capacity. So faster disappearance of the "stiff" muscle feeling after exertion and faster recovery.

    As early as 1993, a first meta-analysis examined 29 studies on athletes with soda loading. Overall, performance to exhaustion was massively increased at an average of 27%. Due to the diversity of the study designs, however, with a large spread of +7% to +47% (on average 27%).

    In the meantime, many more studies have been conducted and soda-loading is considered to be one of the supplements with the most scientifically supported performance-enhancing effects.

    Dosage and application

    In the past, acute soda loading was practiced about 3 hours before the competition, which at an intake of 0.3-0.5 g sodium bicarbonate and/or citrate per kg body weight represented an enormous dose and very often led to gastrointestinal problems . According to the latest study findings, supplementation is carried out over several days. This avoids the compatibility problems of a high single dose.

    Suitable for swimmers, sprinters, rowing, martial arts such as judo, skiing, cross-country sprinting, bobsledding, speed climbing, etc.

    As an acute loading 2-1 h before the competition according to the intake recommendation.

    In scientific studies, multi-day soda loadings have been shown to be just as effective. In this case, it is taken 5-6 days before the competition according to the intake recommendations on the can. The performance-enhancing effects can be proven up to 24 hours after ingestion.

    This product is vegan.


    Data sheet

    nut free
    gluten free
    lactose free
    soy free
    cow milk free
    histamine free
    chicken egg free
    Dosage Form
    Dosage Form
    Eating times
    pre workout

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    Packing - Can 600 g, Flavor - Lemon


    Sodium citrate 45%, bulking agent polydextrose sodium bicarbonate 24%, flavorings, sweetener steviol glycosides.

    Designed and made in Switzerland

    Nutrition facts
    Energy in kcal 35
    Energy in kj 146
    Fat 0 g
       Saturated Fat 0 g
    Carbohydrate 0 g
       Sugars 0 g
    Protein 0 g
    Salt 10.12 g
    Caffeine 0
    Origin Schweiz