Energy gel company REVIBE is using all its sports nutrition know-how to launch an innovative product in the music scene designed to help keep you dancing longer.
Coming to you from veterans of the biggest and best parties around, they’re here to give a bit back to the lifestyle that provides so much for so many. Whether sitting outside Sankeys on day 4 of your trip to Ibiza, 19 hours into Timewarp or stumbling home when it’s been far too long since you saw your bed – we all remember the times we could have done with a little extra help. And that’s where REVIBE comes in.
Their flagship product is a great-tasting energy gel which contains carbohydrates (in the form of maltodextrin and fructose), electrolytes and b-vitamins, specially formulated with ravers in mind. Easy to consume, suitable for vegans and containing no caffeine, REVIBE gels give back what the body has lost through dancing, helping you remain fully fuelled and hydrated and allowing you to go harder, for longer*. REVIBE’s full ingredients can be found at www.revibe.club
While caffeine and other stimulants might pick you up for a while, they don’t give your body any additional energy and may cause you to crash afterward. REVIBE, on the other hand, provides nutrition to your body, helping to replenish muscle glycogen stores and give you the real energy you need to keep going. That’s why REVIBE can help you through the night, but it can also make all the difference when you’re on the go for multiple days (and it becomes harder to get all the nutrition your body needs).
The benefits of taking similar products have long been established in the world of endurance sports, and REVIBE has worked with professional sports nutritionists to ensure they can bring all these same benefits to those who take their partying seriously.
Manufactured to the highest standards in the UK, REVIBE is your perfect dancing partner; a healthy fuel that will keep you on your feet for longer, feeling better, and getting the most out of your night!
*Carbohydrate-electrolyte solutions contribute to the maintenance of endurance performance during prolonged endurance exercise and enhance the absorption of water during physical exercise.