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Win a year’s supply of Science in Sport Protein20 bars

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1 Mar 2019

Science in Sport’s new high-protein, low-sugar snack is the tasty way to recover fast and improve your cycling

Training with any kind of regularity normally means one thing – you have a goal in mind. That could be racing, completing a sportive in a new fastest time or simply improving your overall cycling fitness. Whatever it is you're striving for, you need to up your protein intake to recover from the increased training load.

Protein’s an essential macronutrient that helps your body to adapt to training and to maintain lean muscle mass even when you’re trying to lose weight.

The experts at Science in Sport recommend ingesting between 20g and 40g of protein every three to four hours when you’re training more than three times a week.

To help riders reach this amount, Science in Sport has just released a new low-sugar snack bar: Protein20. As the name suggests, the new product contains 20g of protein.

To help one lucky reader even more, Science in Sport and Cyclist are offering a year’s supply of Protein20 bars. All you need to do is answer the simple question below and let us know how to get in touch with you if you win.

Good luck!

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