Mag-on presents their magnesium supplement for pre-race cramp prevention measures.
Their recommendation is to load magnesium by regular intake from the morning of the day before race.
Powdered supplement / Lemon flavour
Sodium is not a sufficient solution
Even if you eat magnesium-rich foods on regular basis, it is difficult to keep a high level of magnesium in your body.
Athletes are often deficient in magnesium, which helps smooth muscle contraction and nerve signal transmission.
Regular magnesium intake regulates smooth muscle contraction even at the last part of your race.
Mag-on's magnesium supplement contains 200mg of magnesium per sachet, using a unique high quality Japanese domestic water-soluble magnesium.
Water Soluble Magnesium
2-3 times higher absorption rate
Sodium chloride 0.5mg,
High absorption efficiency, Water Soluble Magnesium
Comparing to the magnesium “oxide” on the market, the water soluble magnesium have two to three times higher absorption rate.
30 min. prior to start
At the middle stage, half-time
Take with water or dissolve in drink
At 30-35km point
A box contains enough for 2 races.
Akihiro Takaokage: 40
The very strong amateur athlete who won Tour de Okinawa 210K in 2007, 2011, and 2015 to 2017. He takes three Mag-on powder packets daily in the morning, noon, and night before the race. He doesn’t suffer cramps during hi-speed race at average of 47km/h with 2 minutes climb.
HiromuI Nadage: 85
The miracle record holder of Ironman World Championship over 80yrs of age.
“Take one packet before going to bed then awake clearly next morning. Before I straggled with cramps, but Mag-on powder brought me no problem.”