intraining Running Centre are proud stockists and supporters of local Brisbane company Megabake and is produced by bakers. The high quality, natural ingredient bars are a perfect source of energy ideal for before, after and during training to maintain your energy levels. Megabake bars are ideal for those with sensitive stomachs who are looking for a real food alternative in a pint-sized package.
Megabake was born out of a need for a premium, portable source of nutrition for endurance activities. The bakers, before they were the bakers, were disillusioned with the quality of the sports nutrition products available in the Australian market; overly processed, overly priced, inadequate nutrition, too many additives and not pleasant to eat.
Megabake is a Brisbane-based small batch baker of an energy bar of the highest order. We proudly stand behind what we passionately believe is the best energy bar available, and it is produced locally which means it is practically from the bakers door to your tummy.
What is the Megabake difference?
- Natural fresh ingredients
- Developed in conjunction with Accredited Sports Dietitian
- Low FODMAP
- Dairy free
- Low gluten
- Vegan friendly
- Locally made in Brisbane
Key nutritional facts (serving size 60g)
- Carbohydrates: 27g
- Protein: 9g
- Kilojoules/Calories: 1110kj/265cal
Megabake is a fantastic tasting portable energy bar that is perfect for pre-activity with coffee, during-activity with suffering or post-activity recovery. The common formula for all Megabake energy bars is: massive energy content; balanced nutrition from a wide range of energy sources; exceptional flavour, texture and mouthfeel, and easy digestibility during exercise.
Drop by intraining Running Centre today and ask our staff about Megabake and give one a trial before, during or after your next training session and feel the difference
intraining Running Centre are offering monthly cookery demonstrations with intraining dietitian, chef and runner, Liz Lovering.
Come along to the newly opened Balance, Core and Sports Rehab Studio at intraining Milton and learn how to make some delicious healthy meals, perfect for runners and active individuals. A variety of themes and ingredients are planned, and there will be the opportunity for taste testing and copies of recipes to take home.
January’s cookery demonstration is themed Quick Summer Meals for the Runner
Where: Milton. When: Thursday 29th January. Time: 6.30pm until 7.30pm. Cost: $25 per person.
Places are limited, so to secure a place please contact our Milton store on 3367 3088. Payment can be made at time of booking.
Looking for something a little different to keep your teenagers entertained during the last week of these School Holidays?
Why not sign them up for a fun, hands on Cookery Workshop where they can learn how to prepare some delicious recipes to Fuel their Run. The workshop will be run by Liz Lovering- intraining’s dietitian, runner and chef.
The practical workshop is targeted at teenagers aged 13 to 16 years. They will learn simple food preparation techniques and be introduced to healthy and delicious recipe ideas. Places are limited to ensure the workshops are functional, safe and beneficial for your teenagers.
Where: Milton. When: Friday 23rd January. Time: 2pm – 3.30pm. Cost: $25 per child.
If you have any questions, or to secure a place, please contact our Milton store on 07 3367 3088. Payments can be made at the time of booking.
Now that the warmer weather is here it often means the barbeque gets more use, the perfect opportunity to serve some cool refreshing salads using plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables.
Fruit and vegetables are an important part of a healthy diet and that applies to runners too.
Fruit and vegetables are a rich source of antioxidants, naturally occurring substances that are found in certain foods that can help to prevent some of the damage (oxidative stress) caused by harmful free radicals.
Free radicals are generated during oxygen consumption (increased during strenuous exercise), exposure to pollution and UV radiation and over time can contribute to heart disease, some cancers, arthritis and inflammation. So, what can we do about it?
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