Go faster longer with continuous glucose visibility.
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See how your fuel levels are having dramatic impact on your workouts
Push your limits longer get bigger gains2
Glucose is the body’s preferred fuel source during threshold and high intensity workouts1
Your body requires specific glucose levels to train at threshold. Learn what and when to eat to stay at those levels.4
Stable fuel. stable energy.
Discover fuel sources that provide stable and sustainable energy. All day.5
Maximise performance gains.
Get more performance gains by training at threshold longer. To do so, maintain your optimal glucose levels.6
Promote your recovery.
Visualise your glucose levels to keep them at the appropriate level to aid recovery. Too low or too high can limit your ability to be ready for your next workout.7, 8
find your glucose Performance Zone
Discover the glucose range where you perform best.
Get a personalised guide to learn how to maximise training with your glucose levels.
The only real time energy management system for athletes
abott libre sense glucose sport biosensor
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I've found using the Supersapiens app to monitor glucose levels over the last 14 days absolutely fascinating. My partner and I are ultra-endurance cyclists and are keen to use CGM during an event to see how glucose levels fluctuate during races.
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Thank you guys. Yesterday I absolutely nailed fueling and PRd my local TT climb which I thought to be basically impossible!
BMC Pro Triathlon
I have never had that perfect race that all athletes strive for, mainly because I’ve had to play my fueling by trial and error. Now I will complete my data and hone in for a nutritionally perfect race.
Coming soon: a device built specifically for live-streaming glucose
The Supersapiens Energy Band, Version Zero is our pioneering project built to give athletes constant visibility to their glucose levels.
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Fell, J Marc et al. “Carbohydrate improves exercise capacity but does not affect subcellular lipid droplet morphology, AMPK and p53 signalling in human skeletal muscle.” The Journal of physiology, 10.1113/JP281127. 26 Mar. 2021, doi:10.1113/JP281127
Della Corte, Karen W et al. “Effect of Dietary Sugar Intake on Biomarkers of Subclinical Inflammation: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Intervention Studies.” Nutrients vol. 10,5 606. 12 May. 2018, doi:10.3390/nu10050606
Wang, Chun et al. “Glucose fluctuations in subjects with normal glucose tolerance, impaired glucose regulation and newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes mellitus.” Clinical endocrinology vol. 76,6 (2012): 810-5. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2265.2011.04205.x