Martial arts

Popular product combination for martial arts

Mental Focus
Mental Focus Short info
CHF CHF 17.00
  • Easy intake thanks to cure package with ampoule and capsules
Pro Recovery
Pro Recovery Short info
CHF CHF 0.00
  • Protein-Carb Recovery Shake
  • 20 g high quality Protein per portion
  • Unique combination of 8 protein components , incl. colostrum (from cow's milk)
  • No artificial sweeteners
Creatine Monohydrate
Creatine Monohydrate Short info
CHF CHF 29.50
  • 100% pure Creapure® Creatine Monohydrate
  • improves the physical performance during repeated, intensive short-term exercise
  • ideal in anaerobic, high-speed and maximum power exercises (e.g. sprint, weight-lifting and interval loads) 
Lactat Buffer
Lactat Buffer Short info
CHF CHF 30.00
  • Performance Supplement for intensive performances
  • increased acid tolerance
  • ideal in sports where muscle acidity and lactate accumulation limit performance
  • For use at important competitions

Introduction to sports nutrition in martial arts

Specific nutritional concepts and related articles can be found at the bottom of this page.

Martial arts include boxing, wrestling, Asian martial arts as well as traditional local sports such as “Schwingen” in Switzerland, a type of wrestling. Apart from technical and cognitive requirements for performance, physical requirements include high-speed strength and strength-endurance as well as a high lactic acid threshold. High-speed strength depends on the ability of the neuromuscular system to perform a movement in the shortest possible time interval, so-called explosive strenth. Repetitive and cyclic movements require a high degree of strength-endurance, a high lactic acid threshold and stamina which rely on the anaerobic lactic system. Training technique and diet focus on targeting the development of specific strength and muscle as well as cognitive performance (concentration, reaction, alertness, precision). Recovery is especially important for anaerobic sports. The stronger a sport depends on anaerobic metabolism, the more significant specific supplements become which may increase lactic acid tolerance.

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