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GU Original Sports Nutrition Energy Gel, Tri Berry, 24-Count

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Tri Berry
  • Tri Berry
24-Count
  • Formulated with branched-chain amino acids for extra energy and maintain concentration
  • Carbohydrates: deliver ready to use energy and delay bonking by sparing glycogen
  • Electrolytes: Maintain Water balance and aid in optimum hydration
  • 20 mg of caffeine
  • 100 calories per packet

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Product Description

Flavor:Tri Berry  |  Size:24-Count

Created for daily training and competition, GU Energy Gel packs energy-dense calories in a portable packet to help sustain energy demands of any duration or activity. The 100-calorie packet contains carbohydrates (maltodextrin and fructose) that use non-competing pathways to help maximize carbohydrate absorption and utilization while diminishing stomach distress. The primary electrolyte (sodium) aids in hydration by maintaining water balance. The branched-chain amino acids (leucine, valine, isoleucine) may reduce mental fatigue and decrease muscle damage.


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Flavor: Tri Berry | Size: 24-Count
  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 2 x 0.5 inches ; 1.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B003LVFS6Q
  • UPC: 769493200068
  • Item model number: 123049
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,101 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,011 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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59 of 65 people found the following review helpful By R.R on September 19, 2007
Flavor Name: Chocolate OutrageSize: 24-Count Verified Purchase
GU Energy Gel, Chocolate Outrage - 24 Packets

This is a good product to use when you are training for a half marathon or a full one, and also during the race itself. I always take it when I run 10 miles or more. I carry it in pockets in my fitness shorts or shirt (they are coming out with more fitness clothes with pockets, and it's really convenient). It makes recovery faster and I find my legs feel a whole lot better if I take it. I also like that the caffeine in it is not that much. I can't even tolerate a small cup of coffee, but the amount of caffeine in GU is just enough to give me a little fast energy while running, without giving me a "caffeine rush". The chocolate outrage tastes pretty good too. It can be messy too, so be warned and have somewhere to put the empty packets (because you wont want to carry them in your hand). I wash it down with some fluids and stick the empty packet in the empty bottle. If the bottle is not empty, I put it in my pocket.
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52 of 60 people found the following review helpful By N on November 20, 2011
Flavor Name: Chocolate OutrageSize: 24-Count Verified Purchase
In a nutshell: Energy gel that keeps you going when going gets you tough. Well, until your knees give out or something.

What it is: It's an energy gel formulated for endurance athletes (never mind that not a lot of us who use the products like these will ever win a New York Marathon or something; if you participate, you're an athlete, right?) I've got the Chocolate Outrage version, which has 32g of mixture containing various carbs, amino acid, and rather marginal amount of caffeine. The price comes down to roughly $1 per pack, which might be a bit hard to swallow (no pun intended).

What it's like: It's a chocolatey paste that's easy to squeeze out and suck on from the pouch while running. It recommends you to drink water while eating this; I recommend the same (and try for water instead of sports drink; water works better for washing this down). I used this for my first (and last?) marathon, at the recommended pace of one pack 15 minutes before the race, and every 45 minutes of activity... it was cut closer to an hour than 45 minutes, as it does take some time to get absorbed to your body. Thanks to it, I was able to finish the marathon despite my body basically refusing to run the last few miles. If nothing else, I had the energy to go further, if not the joints. And that's probably due to my inadequate training; this is no miracle worker in that it lets you do things you normally wouldn't do. Or maybe it does... it's just that having the energy to do things doesn't translate to having the physical capacity to run ridiculous distances.

Does it work?: I think so. But it doesn't seem to have replenished any electrolytes... so I guess you should use sports drink with this, after all.

In conclusion: these packs work wonders in keeps you going in the energy department--follow the instruction and I'm sure you won't bonk halfway through. Don't forget to train, though!
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Sarah J. Gabriel on February 14, 2015
Flavor Name: Salted CaramelSize: 24-Count Verified Purchase
Decent flavor and as easy to get down as any gel (which isn't that easy but easier than gummies). I wish they offered a smaller packet because it's kind of hard to get the whole thing down, especially late in a run and once you've opened it, you're committed to either finishing it or finding a trash can. I'd rather carry twice as many 50cal packs and be able to eat less at a time.
The packet offers some excessive recommendations about how many of these to use (1 before starting then another one every 45 minutes). If you follow those instructions, you'll probably puke (or want to). . Everybody's different but if you're new to gels and sports one uses them for, don't start by following the directions, start with a much more conservative regimen (like none to start and 1 every 90 minutes or 2 hours) to see how you tolerate it and how often you really need it. Also, they recently started marketing this as something you might eat in casual settings like before going to the gym- that's ridiculous- the only reason to use this product rather than eat real food is if the duration and circumstances of your activity require fuel that a) you can carry with you in short shorts b) you can consume while moving and c) can get your blood sugar up without requiring a fully operational digestive system. It's not a workout enhancer, it's just a packet of sugars and electrolytes that tastes good enough that it doesn't make most people sick.
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27 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Responsive Reader on October 22, 2011
Flavor Name: Chocolate OutrageSize: 24-Count
I highly value GU as a supplement, its the only gel I use in running and cycling. However, most of the popular fall marathons, such as NYC, Chicago, Philly, and MCM, are scheduled when temperatures are cooler -- sometimes downright cold! Well, I'm running Philly, which in 2011 is scheduled for November 20th. To train for this marathon, I run at night when temperatures drop. One thing I've noticed on long runs is that when the temperature is 40-45 degrees, and I reach for a GU at mile 13 (about the time I usually do), opening the package is labor-intensive, and ripping it with your teeth isn't the answer when breathing through a challenging point in a course. Try opening a GU gel when running up or down a hill in colder temperatures. Even the top tab (or nipple as I call it) is hard to open. My complaint: THE PACKAGE NEEDS TO BE PREFORATED AND MADE EASIER TO OPEN! I'll say it again, GU needs to make the packaging easier to open for runners and cyclists. It has nothing to do with hand strength. It has nothing to do with sweaty hands. The package should be easier to open. Period. Other than that its a 5-star product in my opinion.
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