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Knowledge is power

And knowing your glucose levels any time, anywhere empowers your body like never before—allowing you to train harder and fuel smarter.
But what is glucose and why is it important to endurance athletes? This blog explores those questions and more, helping you turn the guessing game of energy management before, during, and after exercise into an exact science. Be empowered with new learnings, adjust your fueling to support optimized performance, and join Supersapiens.
Glucose Training Guide
WHY GLUCOSE MATTERS
Supersapiens Co-founder and COO Todd Furneaux explains the science behind glucose management for athletes.
Recover Faster, Better: Post-Workout Refuelling Using CGM
We think about maximising athletic performance in two categories: On-Hours and Off-Hours. On-Hours = training or performance. Off-Hours = recovery and preparation. In this article, we'll discuss: * How does my body respond differently during On-Hours vs Off-Hours? * How can I experiment to find what fuel sources work best for me? How does my body respond differently during On-Hours vs Off-Hours? Fueling is obviously key to optimal On-Hours Training.
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Glucose Exposure: How To Monitor Total Sugar With CGM
In this article, we'll discuss: * What is Glucose Exposure? * How do I interpret the data to know what is working for me? * How do I use Glucose Exposure to achieve my fuelling and performance goals? * How can I manage my Average Glucose and Glucose Exposure? If you’ve used the Supersapiens app, you know the feeling: The anticipation as data comes in from your Abbott Libre Sense Glucose Sport Biosensor.
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Go Faster Longer: Use CGM To Know What Glucose Levels You Should Maintain To Maximise Your Training
High Intensity Glucose Performance Zone (GPZ) = Your optimal fuel range. How do we stay there? By supplying the right amount of glucose at the right times during high-intensity demands. We think about maximising athletic performance in two categories: On-Hours and Off-Hours. On-Hours = training or performance. Off-Hours = recovery and preparation.
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