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Liquid Energy ULTRA

  • Concentré énergétique liquide conçu pour des performances de très longue durée et de basse intensité
  • Avec un mélange spécial de glucides et de graisse de haute qualité à base d’huile MCT, noix de coco et de macadamia
  • Enrichi de BCAA et de sel
  • Exempt de gluten et de lactose, sans fructose libre, pas d’additifs artificiels
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LIQUID ENERGY ULTRA de SPONSER® est un gel délicieux et riche en énergie contenant des glucides et des lipides pour les athlètes pratiquant l’ultra endurance. Il est à base d’isomaltulose, de glucose, de saccharose et d’amidon de maïs cireux pour un apport énergétique échelonné. Dans le but d’utiliser les systèmes énergétiques propres du corps de manière la plus optimal.

LIQUID ENERGY ULTRA ne contient pas uniquement différentes sources de glucides, mais également des graisses végétales provenant de la noix de coco, de l’huile d’olive et de la noix de macadamia.

L’huile MCT (middle chain triglycerides – acides gras à chaîne moyenne) peut être directement absorbée par la veine porte et est directement métabolisée dans le foie. Ainsi, les MCT représentent une source d’énergie aisément digeste et facilement disponible pour les athlètes.

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Prendre 1 sachet par 20 minutes. Boire ensuite env. 200 ml d’eau.

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Nährwerte/nutrition facts

100 g

1 Sachet (25 g)

Energie/energy kJ (kcal)

1719 (412)

430 (103)


25 g

6.3 g

davon gesättigte Fettsäuren/
of which saturates

17 g

4.3 g


44 g

11 g

davon Zuckerarten/of which sugars

20 g

5.0 g


2.7 g

0.7 g


1.00 g

0.25 g

pro 25 g: Natrium/sodium 140 mg, MCT (mittelkettige Trigylceride/medium-chain triglycerides) 4.5 g, L-leucine 270 mg, L-valine 90 mg, L-isoleucine 90 mg

Ingrédients: Sirop de glucose, eau, huiles végétales 15% (huile de coco, de palme et de colza [MCT*], huile d’olive), poudre de lait coconut 10% (contient du lait), saccharose, amidon de maïs cireux 4.2%, isomaltulose** 4.2%, pulpe de macadamia 4.2%, acides aminés (L-leucine, L-isoleucine, L-valine), 1.3%, chlorure de sodium, arôme, gingembre. *triglycérides à chaîne moyenne **source de glucose et de fructose.

Développé et fabriqué en Suisse



En comparaison

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Victoire sur l'Ironman

Avec les produits de SPONSER (article en anglais)

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Alimentation Swiss Epic

Règles de base pendant la compétition (article en anglais)

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Interview avec Nicole Reist

Cycliste d'ultra distance (article en anglais)

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Avantages et utilisations

Les gels LIQUID ENERGY garantissent une densité énergétique maximale et une digestibilité optimale. Cette énergie liquide et hautement concentrée est idéale pour une utilisation immédiate directement avant ou pendant les efforts de haute intensité, durant lesquels la respiration et la performance sportive ne doivent pas être compromises par la mastication ou la digestion. Les gels LIQUID ENERGY sont disponibles en tubes refermables ou en sachets-portion. SPONSER® propose différentes variantes, qui peuvent être facilement combinés.


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16. 04. 2020
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Victoire sur l'Ironman

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Jan van Berkel wins Ironman Switzerland 2019

In the final edition of Zurich hosting Ironman Switzerland, home country star Jan Van Berkel defended his title. The SPONSER athlete controlled the race from the very beginning: «First out of water, first off the bike, first over the finish line», he wrote on his social media accounts after the finish. Van Berkel led the swim and the bike by a few seconds, then expanded his lead with a race-best 2:46:41 marathon which gave him a 6:57 margin of victory over Sven Riederer and 13:59 over 3rd place Cyril Viennot of France.

«Sponser has won the Ironman Switzerland!»
Jan van Berkel is trusting on SPONSER® sports nutrition for years. After the competition he writes a euphoric mail to the SPONSER employees at the company headquarter in Wollerau: «Sponser has won the Ironman Switzerland! Thank you very much for your support». Asked about his nutrition on race day Jan reveals: «On my menu was WAXY MAIZE STARCH for breakfast, COMPETITION COOL MINT and LIQUID ENERGY ULTRA Gels for lunch and Coke as an afternoon snack.»

With his victory in Zurich Jan van Berkel qualified for the Ironman World Championships 2019 in Hawaii.

25. 07. 2019
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Alimentation Swiss Epic

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Which nutrition strategy is recommended for Swiss Epic?

On a multi-day event like the Swiss Epic, certain conditions that influence nutrition change almost daily. Factors such as weather, acclimatisation, training status, body weight and individual biological variability are too varied to permit universally binding nutritional recommendations. In addition, the diet must be adapted to the objective: Is it about winning or is it simply about comfortably finishing? And, last but not least, the general conditions and catering options on site must also be incorporated into the nutrition strategy. For these reasons, it is not possible to provide generally valid nutrition rules in quantity and order for the Swiss Epic mountain bike race or similar long-distance endurance events.

Of course, there are certain basic rules and measures that remain roughly the same. One conceivable nutrition strategy could be the following:

Before the start
• The two days before the competition: Carbo loading with CARBO LOADER, 4 x 1 portion per day each
• 3 to 4 hours before the start: POWER PORRIDGE, portion size according to your own feeling of satiety.
• Up to 1 hour before the start: LONG ENERGY sports drink and one / a few bites of HIGH ENERGY BAR, depending on the individual feeling of hunger and thirst, also depending on whether you are able to eat at all at this moment.

During competition
• Drink sufficiently, adapted to the situation and according to your feeling of thirst. Recommended drink is the mildly flavoured, acid-free LONG ENERGY sports drink.
• During competition it is recommended that you take some easily digestible solid food every 3 to 5 hours. However, this must be tested under similar conditions beforehand! For example, half a bar, but also a few bites of white bread or a ripe banana are useful to maintain gastrointestinal activity. To a certain extent, the ULTRA PRO drink can also be taken instead during long periods of endurance activities (1 sachet every 3 to 4 hours). This may already be sufficient for one-day events.
• For competitions lasting several days, something «solid» between the teeth is highly recommended, as solid food supports digestion. What and how much varies from person to person. A few easily digestible bites (white bread, banana, pretzels, energy bars, or similar) every few hours are enough, the rest can be taken in liquid form.
• If warm food (such as pasta, boiled potatoes, rice, etc.) is offered on site, make sure you try to use it. Also POWER PORRIDGE would be a valuable warm catering, if the possibility exists.
• Our OAT PACKs are recommended as very long satiating bars. These are based on oats and contain nuts, which increase the total energy content, but also puts a little more strain on the digestion. In contrast to the HIGH ENERGY BAR, OAT PACKs are also suitable for competitions in the cold because they are not as hard as the finely ground HIGH ENERGY BARs. However, the HIGH ENERGY BAR is the ideal solution for one-day competitions.
• If performance drops and/or tiredness occur, LIQUID ENERGY gels with caffeine are recommended (approx. ½ tube or 1 sachet, followed by some gulps of water or sports drink). An ampoule of ACTIVATOR with caffeine can also help in this situation; the caffeine's effect lasting about 2-4 hours.
• Especially during long competitions, the LIQUID ENERGY SALTY is very well received. This energy gel contains more salt and tastes sweet and salty, thereby offering a welcomed taste alternative.
• En route, it is important to estimate the situational needs correctly. In the case of cold/weakness, it is advisable to consume more carbohydrates in the form of gels or sports drinks. If stomach problems become noticeable, suitable solid food, oat bars or white bread should be eaten. Pure water is not recommended if diarrhoea occurs! In such a case it is advisable to eat and drink salty.
• Most important during very long events is keeping enough flexibility and listen to one's own desires. Experience has shown that even the most popular drinks/foods can quickly put you off if exertion lasts for several days.
• Furthermore, particularly with events lasting several days and high intake of (usually) carbohydrate-rich sports food, a sudden appetite for salt, protein and fat appears. This usually happens at a stage when the body has already reduced exercise intensity (partly from exhaustion) and can therefore tolerate such food. In this situation one can tolerate a lot of «normal» food in a reasonable amount: dried meat, sausages, chips, nuts, cheese or whatever else the organizer offers. However, fatty foods are of course unsuitable for daytime events and for strictly performance-oriented goals. During long exercise bouts and low intensities, however, one should and may listen to one's body desires, even if a food may be somewhat more difficult/slower to digest. Specific hunger for a certain food is usually a good indicator that it also can be tolerated.

Recovery after competition
• For occasions where you do not want to take too many different products with you, it is a good idea to use the ULTRA PRO as a regeneration drink. Also conceivable: LONG ENERGY Berry in double concentration (60-80 g + approx. 500 ml water). Like this, there is no need for additional recovery products. It is recommended to drink a portion within 30 minutes after finish arrival and possibly a second one, if there is no main meal within 90 minutes.
• On multi-day events, it makes sense to take another portion of CARBO LOADER or a portion of ULTRA PRO before going to bed in order to start the next day with energy stores refilled.

Rough nutrient dosage guideline

Approx. 60-80 grams per hour, during long-term endurance up to slightly more than 100 g/h can be absorbed and metabolised.

Depends on and varies strongly according to the situation, 0.4 to 1 litres per hour advised. Note: with drinking volume also the ingested energy content changes, which has to be considered with the intake of other energy sources accordingly.

Basically not necessary, but some studies point to an increase in performance and recovery if protein is already taken during performance. Approx. 20 g protein every 3 to 4 hours for events lasting 6 to 8 hours or longer. Ideal for this: ULTRA PRO or AMINO 12500. The ULTRA PRO drink can be considered an alternative to solid food, but must be prepared with water immediately before consumption and cannot be mixed several hours in advance. On shorter occasions it is easier to add/take some protein directly in the sports drink or swallow capsules/tablets such as AMINO EAC or BCAA.

Fat intake only plays a role at endurance duration beyond approx. 10 hours, when performance intensity is very low and fat can be digested. It can be neglected and should not intentionally used in a one-day event as it may quickly act negatively, if exercise intensity becomes too high.

Author: Remo Jutzeler
Ing. Applied Food Sciences UAS
MAS Nutrition & Health ETHZ

24. 07. 2019
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Interview avec Nicole Reist

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Interview avec Nicole Reist - cycliste d'ultra distance

After her second outstanding victory last year at the Race Across America, SPONSER athlete Nicole Reist (34) from Weisslingen ZH wants to reach new goals this season. In three non-stop races she is aiming for the women's victory: At the Glocknerman Ultraradmarathon World Championship from June 20-22, 2019, at the Race Across France from July 28 to August 4, 2019 and at the Race Around Austria from August 12 to 17, 2019. After winning several overall podium places last year, the world's best ultracyclist now also wants to stir up the men's field. Shortly before her departure for the Glocknerman in Austria Nicole Reist answered a few questions about her nutrition in ultra cycling.

Nicole, what have you planned for the upcoming world championships in ultra cycling?

In Austria I want to win my 4th World Champion title and warm up for the real challenges of the season. The Glocknerman is a comparatively short ultracycling race that I ride in one piece, i.e. without sleep breaks.

Do you have a special dietary schedule during an ultra competition?

Before the race it is clearly defined in which intervals I have to eat which food and drinks during the race. My crew is responsible for keeping to this plan. This is enormously important - a deficit that has arisen cannot be made up in an ultra race.

What is the biggest challenge for you in terms of competitive nutrition?

It has not been known for a long time that I have gluten and fructose intolerance. This caused my body to get food, for which it consumed a lot of energy for digestion, which I then lacked in the race. Since I've known that, I've changed my diet naturally. A big challenge is that I have to consume calories, even if I don't feel like eating and drinking at all under the great strain. That's not easy - but it's part of my "job" as an ultra athlete. This is also not discussed with the crew during the race - I have to do it easily.

What other challenges do you have to master?

In an ultracycling race lasting several days, it is difficult to assess in advance what is really possible. This depends strongly on external conditions such as the weather. But I know that I have the basic physical requirements and that I am mentally strong. Because the head is absolutely crucial in ultracycling races - when the legs don't want any more. It is precisely this interplay of body and mind that fascinates me about this sport. The one cannot be done without the other. Just as important is the team that accompanies me by car during the races, looks after me, navigates me, entertains me, keeps me awake and provides my food. So ultracycling is not just an individual sport.

Which is your favorite SPONSER® product in the ultra competition?

I really like the LIQUID ENERGY ULTRA from Sponser because it's not too sweet.

We wish you the biggest success for your upcoming races, Nicole!

During all three ultracycling races, Nicole Reist's team will report regularly and up to date on her achievements in the respective competitions. Interested people can follow her live:
On her website www.nicolereist.ch,
in Facebook on www.facebook.com/berggeiss.nicolereist,
on Instagram via www.instagram.com/berggeiss.nicolereist,
in her YouTube stream www.youtube.com/channel/UClfme_3fuoUw6rFVIfKStIQ and on
www.glocknerman.at or www.glocknermanlive.at,
www.raceacrossfrance.com and

18. 06. 2019
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