Herbalife24, Series$32-$85 1 of 9
Endorsed by pro triathlete Heather Jackson, the Herbalife24 suite includes products for before, during and after your hard training efforts. Designed as a 24-hour nutrition plan, each of the seven products can be swapped around and adjusted based on your schedule for the day.
Nuun Energy, Active, Plus$7 per tube 2 of 9
All triathletes know how important hydration is. Nuun has developed a line of customizable supplements designed to rehydrate and refuel athletes on the go. Packed with electrolytes and free of sugar and carbs, Nuun Energy and Active can be paired with Nuun Plus for ultimate fueling.
Honey Stinger Organic Waffles, Organic Energy Chews$23, box of 16. $27, box of 12. 3 of 9
One of the most popular nutrition products on the endurance scene, Honey Stinger's organic and wholesome approach has been fueling athletes with honey-based products from Colorado since 2002. The waffles (now available in gluten-free) and chews are a tasty real-food alternative to the gel-dominated market.
Sport Beans Jelly Beans, Assorted$30, box of 24 4 of 9
Available in both caffeinated and non-caffeinated packs, Sport Beans by Jelly Belly are loaded with carbohydrates, electrolytes and vitamins that are perfect for endurance athletes. The resealable bag is great for portion control and sustained energy on long training rides or runs. Plus, who doesn't like jelly beans?
Picky Bars, Mixed$28, box of 10 5 of 9
Founded by pro triathlete Jesse Thomas and his wife, pro runner Lauren Fleshman, Picky Bars are gluten- and dairy-free energy bars created by athletes, for athletes. These wholesome bars are made with simple, natural ingredients, and with names like "Ah, Fudge Nuts!" and "Cookie Doughpness," how could you resist?
Powerbar PowerGel, ProteinPlus$30, box of 24. $30, box of 15. 6 of 9
Powerbar and endurance sports have been synonymous since its inception.The PowerGel energy gels come in both caffeinated and decaf versions and the C2MAX dual carbohydrate blend will keep you fueled for long days in the saddle. The ProteinPlus bars are a great post-workout recovery food, designed to help restore and rebuild damaged muscle.
Arbonne PhytoSport, Series$50 per canister, $35 per box 7 of 9
The Prepare and Endure formula from PhytoSport improves energy levels before and during exercise through a complex mix of carbs, ribose and L-carnitine. The Complete Hydration box includes single-serving pouches to rehydrate and improve cell function. Together, they'll keep you fueled and healthy for miles to come.
Gu, Assorted$30-$36, box of 24-12 8 of 9
If you're a triathlete, chances are you've used a Gu product before. This winter, Gu has rolled out a seasonal line of flavors, including a Vanilla Cream Recovery Drink Mix, a Maple Bacon Energy Gel and a Salted Caramel Apple Energy Chew. We personally prefer the latter, but all the winter flavors make long rides and runs feel more festive.