Perfect Supplement For Runners
Designed to provide an almost instant, easy on the stomach boost, Revvies are small, light and easy to consume on the go. No chewing. No sticky waste. No need for water. Revvies Energy Strips truly are the perfect supplement for runners.
We're already used by elite and recreational runners for distances from 3 miles to ultra marathons. Revvies help to mask feelings of fatigue, reducing perceived effort, and assist in the conversion of fat to energy.
With regular consumption (1-2 strips five minutes before a run, then one strip every 45 - 60 minutes during), Revvies Energy Strips will help you to burst through your barriers and help you achieve your fitness, training and racing goals.
"I love how portable Revvies are, and that I can keep it in my track bag so that if I'm feeling like I need a little boost, they're on hand and able to be absorbed and felt quickly"
Sara Hall, All-time second-fasest women's marathoner (pictured).
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British Women's No.1 Marathoner, Charlotte Purdue Talks Revvies
Great service and the strips are really easy to use when running. Tried them in training for my first half marathon. Really like them and a great alternative to gels which can be tough on the stomach when running. Thanks!
I was a bit sceptical, so I decided to try it for myself over a 5km distance, it was great, ran a PB by more than a minute. Overall I was very impressed....a future user for sure!
Great caffeine boost! I run a lot! Tried the Revvies strip for my 13 mile long run and gives a great boost when needed! I still hydrate as well, but the caffeine hit has helped a lot and most importantly is a quick and convenient way to take while running!
Every Batch Tested For Purity
Revvies accreditation through both the Informed-Choice and Informed-Sport quality assurance programs, provides athletes and consumers with peace of mind, as they know every batch is tested for WADA banned substances by the world class sports anti-doping lab, LGC before going on sale. Is this really needed? Unfortunately, the answer is yes, because independent studies have continuously shown that on average 1-in-10 products is contaminated or spiked with a WADA banned substance, many of which pose health risks to users.