All you need, all day. Really.
Getting nutrition right for a long day training or racing is tough. Keeping track of food, drinks, gels, bars... etc. and it just gets tougher as fatigue sets in. Are you getting enough calories? Too many? Staying hydrated? Just how many electrolyte tablets do you need anyway?
Tailwind simplifies all that by giving your body what it needs – complete energy, electrolytes, and hydration in a simple drink with clean, light flavours. Tailwind is designed to maximise absorption of fuel, water, and electrolytes while being easy on the digestive system.
Mixing with water Tailwind’s glucose/sucrose fuel takes advantage of how our bodies absorb fuel to maximise intake of calories. Once in the bloodstream, Tailwind’s glucose fuel directly powers muscles, sparing precious glycogen stores and allowing you to go longer and at higher intensities without 'bonking'. Tailwind’s electrolyte profile mimics what you’re sweating out, so you don’t have to take separate electrolyte pills to make up for what’s not in your drink.
Tasty All Day
From thick textures to sickly sweet tastes, most drinks, gels, and chews are hard to take for more than a couple hours; that’s where our endurance experience comes in. Tailwind is deliberately mild and balances just enough sweetness to keep you drinking with the saltiness your body craves while sweating.
Customers describe the flavours as “clean” and “light” with a mouth feel as close to water as you can get while still meeting your nutrition needs. Hydration-Pack friendly: dissolving completely on contact with water, and cleans up with just a quick rinse.
No film, no lingering aftertaste, no gooey mess.
Easy on Your Gut
Efficient fuelling is great, but not if it ties your stomach up in knots or causes GI distress as so many products do. We’ve been there, and nothing’s worse. Sipping Tailwind provides steady, small doses of fuel that empty from the stomach quickly. The composition of Tailwind’s fuel matches what the digestive system is set up to absorb through active transport mechanisms that function like pumps, without requiring digestion first.