This review will focus on 3 main points that I believe people look for when trying to find a bar for that suits all their training needs: taste, effect, and portability. Read More
If it is warm and you find yourself sweating more (especially for those who sweat and have sweat crystals on their skins clothes afterwards), swap every other FRUIT2
for a FRUIT3 E-beet
to ensure you maintain your electrolyte balance.
Our relationship with Ultra Trail Hurricane Canada (UTHC) started back in 2013, our 1st season since launching FRUIT2 in the trail running community. Each year the xact nutrition team has returned to La Malbaie to support UTHC, friends and yes family too as the event has grown and xact nutrition too. Read More
Proper nutrition and hydration leading up to race day will help ensure you perform your best. You’ve worked hard for that finish line, and we’ll help you get there. Read More
Émy’s triathlon career broke new ground last weekend when she took on her first World Triathlon Series (WTS) event in Edmonton. Here’s how her race unfolded… Read More
Since XactNutrition first started, running has always had a special attraction for us… this weekend we shall be at Sinister 7 in the Canadian Rockies. Not only shall we be telling the stories of the race as it unfolds but we shall be supporting a truly phenomenal athlete, Helene Dumais, as she races this 100 mile trail course in Southern Alberta. Read More
Another Preston in the books! This year we fielded a smaller team then in the past with myself (Emily Flynn), Ariane Bonhomme, Amelie Bruneau and Miriam Brouwer. However, we were one of larger teams and definitely more dominant. It was a hot one (felt like 35) with the race starting at noon. We had our pantyhose full of ice to keep us cool!
During Ottawa race weekend, we have decided to put together a small team of runners whom we feel truly represent our brand. We thought it would be really interesting for us to tell their stories throughout the weekend.
Xact Nutrition, a canadian based family sports nutrition business released today (May 26th 2016) the world’s first maple syrup energy bar. Read More
In 2006, Canadian Ray Zahab, and two friends, Charlie Engle and Kevin Lin, set out on an expedition to cross the Sahara Desert by foot. 111 days and 7,500 kms after leaving the coast of Senegal, they completed their journey by stepping into the Red Sea. National Geographic tracked the expedition by web, as well as the documentary film ‘Running The Sahara’ was filmed to capture the expedition, and raise awareness for the drinking water crisis in North Africa. Ray went on to found Impossible2Possible (i2P) (impossible2possible.com), an organization that aims to inspire and educate youth through adventure learning, inclusion and participation in expeditions. His adventures and expeditions have taken Ray all over the world, to the most inhospitable regions on the planet. Read More