by Julie Kelly
According to the Bicycle Retailer and Industry News’ 2015 Industry Directory, there are seventy-eight nutritional product companies competing for space on bike shop shelves these days. In a—pardon the pun—saturated energy drink market, Osmo Nutrition has a truly unique selling proposition. It has a line that’s specifically designed for women, promising nutrition that matches our specific physiological needs. (more…)
Monday March 23rd, 2015
by Susan Lacke
Chances are you’ve used a man’s razor to shave your legs or borrowed a dude’s (clean) pair of socks in a pinch. They get the job done—sort of—but are not exactly optimal for your everyday routine. A growing field of research says we should feel the same way about our fueling.
Thursday January 15th, 2015
by Richard Pestes
It’s December 1st – the Holidays are on the horizon so PEZ is here to help with some great gift ideas for friends/family/loved ones/ yourself. Let’s jump in with some cool gear from Castelli, Velobody, CompuTrainer, Saris, Ale BikeWear, Cinelli, Silca, Power2Max, Osmo, Easton, Bogs, & Ride HiFi.
Monday December 1st, 2014
Osmo Nutrition, a company that also makes sports hydration products optimized for women, is now launching a hydration line formulated specifically for kids. (more…)
Wednesday November 5th, 2014
Osmo makes some pretty cool products for adults. The AG team has become big fans of Osmo’s PreLoad gender-specific hydration, which helps prep your body before workouts in the hottest conditions (an all-too-frequent occurrence here in South Florida). And while they have had women’s and men’s products available for a while, they recognized there was one member of the family who wasn’t covered by their line – the kids.
Monday November 3rd, 2014
DURING the warmer summer months we’ve been reaching for tubs of Osmo Active Hydration to mix into our bidons. Active Hydration is the Californian company’s ‘During-Exercise’ powdered drink mix and we’ve been using the orange and blackberry flavours that come in 400g tubs.
Monday October 27th, 2014
by Tom Ballard
Forward-thinking sports nutrition that delivers better hydration and nutrition absorption.
Osmo is a hydration drink developed by nutrition scientist Dr Stacy Sims. It’s designed to optimise fluid intake, delay fatigue, boost endurance, reduce cramping and maximise cardiovascular efficiency.
Wednesday October 8th, 2014
by TJ Murphy
Dr. Stacy Sims, an exercise physiologist at Stanford and the co-founder of Osmo Nutrition, soaked up all she could from her experiences in the endurance world, from high school cross-country to crewing at Purdue University to cycling to triathlon.
Thursday September 18th, 2014
Active children require different concentrations of carbohydrates and electrolytes than adults; Exercise physiologist and sports nutrition scientist, Dr. Stacy Sims, brings a solution to the market. (more…)
Tuesday August 5th, 2014
by James Herrera
I grew up in the scorching west Texas city of El Paso, where people would often comment, “At least it’s a dry heat.”
Monday July 28th, 2014
Prepare for a tough session — and recover in record time afterward — with three of our favorite new training staples.
Monday July 21st, 2014
The “Run Yummy” Awards celebrate the best in all nutrition categories. Osmo Active Hydration wins best overall drink mix.
Sunday June 15th, 2014
by Selene Yeager
A women’s monthly cycle affects the type of fuel her body relies on during exercise. Stacy Sims, PhD, developed Osmo’s women’s line to provide nutritional support before, during and after a ride, no matter what the hormones are doing.
Friday February 28th, 2014
By: Berne Broudy
Women’s different hydration needs have historically been ignored because research on women in sports has lagged. Until now.
Wednesday November 20th, 2013
by Selene Yeager
Human performance researcher Stacy Sims, PhD, has one message to deliver as our little band of product testers huddles around her, water bottles and pee sticks in hand, at the base of Mt. Tam on a crystal clear fog free day: “It’s not your fitness. It’s your physiology.” (more…)
Thursday September 12th, 2013
While most riders will use the Vuelta España to peak for the world championships in Tuscany, Peter Sagan (Cannondale) has opted for a different build-up, combining training camps and races in the USA and Canada with the support of a Cannondale soigneur and help from Osmo Nutrition for his training camp. (more…)
Thursday August 8th, 2013
The riders and team brass at Cannondale Pro Cycling aren’t the only ones celebrating their recent success at the Critérium du Dauphiné and the Tour de Suisse at the hands of Elia Viviani and Peter Sagan. Upstart sports nutrition player Osmo Nutrition is right behind them. (more…)
Friday June 14th, 2013
Sports Nutrition Insider sat down with Osmo Co-Founder/Chief Research Officer, Stacy Sims to discuss “All Things Hydration.” (more…)
Tuesday March 19th, 2013
“Osmo Active Hydration is something that keeps me hydrated in the saddle for as many hours as I can justify.”
Sunday February 3rd, 2013
….Dixon and Henning realized they needed help. They turned to Stacy Sims, Ph.D., of Stanford, a sports nutritionist Dixon has worked with for years who he believes to be “10 steps ahead of most if not all the other dietitians when it comes to fueling for endurance sports.” (more…)
Friday September 28th, 2012
Osmo Nutrition, a new player in a crowded product segment, is setting out to challenge long-held beliefs about cycling nutrition. Instead of fueling with a combination of solids, liquids, and gels during endurance sports, (more…)
Monday August 13th, 2012
American cyclist Peter Stetina, a two-time national champion who rides for team Garmin-Cervélo, recently adopted one of the sport’s more bizarre pre-race rituals: freezing his butt off. Before the starting gun, Stetina will drink slushies from the team’s support vehicle, (more…)
Saturday August 11th, 2012
Twenty one hundred miles and three weeks separate Liége, Belgium from Paris, France if you follow the long, hard, demanding road that is the 2012 Tour de France. That’s exactly what six dedicated women are doing right now. Osmo is proud to sponsor them as they ride the roads towards Paris one day ahead of the fabled Tour. (more…)
Friday August 10th, 2012
This summer marks just the second time BMX racing will appear in the Olympics and Stacy Sims, Osmo’s chief research officer, has played a significant role preparing the U.S. BMX team for the games. Stacy has worked as the nutrition and physiology advisor to the USA Cycling team since early 2011. (more…)
Thursday August 9th, 2012
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