THE RACE - PEAKING ON A SOLID BALANCE

In endurance races the body faces mainly two critical conditions, one is fatigue and the other are gastrointestinal complications. During a race you meet all kind of stress factors that can jeopardize your under these conditions rather fragile balance.

BIESTMILCH is positively influencing your stomach and gut, and it is bolstering against fatigue. Therefore take it into race.

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FATIGUED CONNECTIONS BETWEEN THE BRAIN AND THE MUSCLES 

Brain activity and neuromuscular recruitment are interdependent. During racing your brain has to be fully present and awake to guarantee optimal muscular recruitment. When fatigue kicks in, signal control becomes weaker and weaker.
Then storms of signals can reach the muscle without getting filtered anymore.

This lack of control of the signal transmission from the brain to the muscle and back may lead to cramps followed by exertion and finally exhaustion. This fatigue is located in the central nervous system not in the muscle. Consequently, you need your brain working at full capacity to retrieve your personal best.

LEAKS IN THE STOMACH AND GUT 

Endurance performance affects the integrity of the intestinal barrier. The prolonged strenuous exercise per se, heat stress, mechanical shearing forces, oxidative burst, reduced blood flow, too high an intake of carbs or painkillers such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agents are only a few of the many stress factors that may induce an integrity loss of the intestinal barrier.
Integrity loss regardless of its cause is associated with an increased intestinal permeability. Stomach and/or gut start leaking. The selective absorption of nutrients from the gut stops. On the other hand bacteria and toxins penetrate non-selectively into the body's interior and harm its balance. The symptoms you are then bothered by are cramps, diarrhea, bloating, nausea, vomiting, pains or/and stomach bleeding.

THE BIEST BOOSTER CAN DELAY THE ONSET OF FATIGUE AND PROTECT STOMACH AND GUT

Firstly, the BIEST BOOSTER with its 4000 milligrams of Biestmilch and 500mg Guarana helps keeping you alert and focused, exactly what is needed to get your muscles going. It supports the bidirectional communication between the brain and the muscles.

Secondly, the power of BIESTMILCH unfolds its stabilizing effects along the gut by making the cells more stress- and heat-resistant. Brain and gut are two organs that have hard-wired connections and are influencing each other to a great extent.
Fatigue kicks in later or is less pronounced and the gut gets more stable, if you integrate the BIEST BOOSTER into your race nutrition.

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OUR RECOMMENDATIONS WHEN TO TAKE THE BIEST BOOSTER

 

  • Take the BIEST BOOSTER 20 - 30 minutes before the swim start.
  • Take BIESTBOOSTERs with you on the bike, eat it when you start losing focus or/and the legs start feeling heavy (watts, cadence go down).
  • Take BIEST BOOSTERs with you on the run, and eat it when you start feeling the first signs of fatigue (stride length, cadence, tonicity).



RECOVERY - TIME FOR BUILD-UP, INFLAMMATION CONTROL AND HEALING

Recovery is the highly active phase for the body build-up. If you see this part of the training through these eyes, it may be easier for you to accept taking a rest without feeling bad. BIESTMILCH as an inflammatory modulator is a real asset during this time of your training program.

MUSCLE INJURIES CAUSE INFLAMMATIONS AND ARE THE PRECONDITIONS FOR MUSCLE ADAPTATION 

It is common knowledge that endurance strains always go hand in hand with micro-injuries in muscles, sinews, connective tissue and smallest blood vessels. These tiny injuries are required in order for the muscle to adapt to a higher performance level. The injuries can affect only muscle membranes, certain fibers or the whole fiber bundle.
The reasons for these micro-injuries are not only due to mechanical forces but are also due to a rising and falling temperature in the tissues, disturbed blood flow, shifting of the pH, flooding with free oxygen radicals and/or missing energy supply. The injuries can be as tiny that you don't not even notice them or so bad that long lasting muscle pains arise.
Creatinkinases and myoglobin levels above normal are typical in such cases.All these injuries induce inflammatory processes in the body regardless of where they may be located. The initiated inflammatory processes are the foundation for all healing and adaptation processes that finally bring about the training effect as desired.

HEALING PROCESSES DEMAND A STRONG AND BALANCED IMMUNITY 

The immune system is steering the inflammatory and subsequently the healing processes. An intact immune system can heal micro-injuries within 3 to 5 days. If micro-injuries do not heal well, due to a weakened immune system - this may be for example because of an insufficient recovery time - then muscle ruptures and injuries to the sinews may be the result.
Any form of inflammation pays its toll, be it an injury or an infection, by consuming energy and consequently leading to a drop in performance.Due to the fact that never all muscle fibers are activated at once - studies speak of a maximum of 50% in competitive athletes - the muscle can tolerate an overload for quite a long time. Different fibers are activated by a kind of rotary principle.
The pattern of active fibers even changes during one and the same training cycle. Parts of the muscle can find time to regenerate, even if the muscle is not given the proper recovery time.

EFFICIENT BUILD-UP PROCESSES NEED THE RECOVERY TIMES

Training and racing are situations in which degradation processes prevail. The metabolism becomes consumptive, the cortisone and catecholamines levels in the blood increase and the inflammatory components of the immune system are activated.

In contrast recovery is dominated by build-up processes. Now energy is used and needed for protein synthesis. The adaptation of the muscles to achieve a higher level of performance can begin. Muscle build-up only happens during recovery and is the actual goal of the workout. You may have a bad conscience not training, but your body is not lazy, it is working hard.

BIESTMILCH SUPPORTS HEALING AND ADAPTATION

In a condition of inflammation BIESTMILCH works as an anti-inflammatory agent and the growth factors it contains influence the cells' regeneration. Cell lesions are manifold after intensive training sessions and races.

BIESTMILCH's molecules foster muscle growth and repair processes within the disrupted mucosal linings of all outer surfaces be it the gut, the bronchi, or the stomach etc.

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