The First Time Using CrampFix
by Ash Hunter, Ironman 70.3 Triathlete
Ever since starting triathlon in 2015 I’ve experienced muscle cramps in almost every race, usually on the run and was finding I’d start to cramp on the bike in a half Ironman too.
While walking through the Cairns Ironman Expo in 2017, I came across CrampFix and asked how their product works, what athletes have used it before and what have the athletes said about it. After having a chat to Jan and Michelle, the owners, I decided to buy a couple of bottles. I don’t usually like to try new things on race day but thought I’d just have it there as an “in case of emergency” situation.
I carried a bottle in my bento box on the bike and put the other one in my back race suit pocket when I got into Transition 2 for the run.
I ended up having a mouthful on the bike around the 60km mark when I could feel the very start of a muscle cramp going on. The cramps stayed at bay until 12km on the run when I could feel another one about to start so I had another mouthful and the cramps disappeared again.
I always keep a CrampFix sachet or bottle on me for training and racing now and haven’t looked back.
Don’t let annoying muscle cramps ruin your Ironman!
CrampFix can help you stay cramp free.
All natural, easy to use BREAKTHROUGH CRAMP MANAGEMENT sports supplement.
Drinking CrampFix stimulates sensory nerves in the throat which send a signal to inhibit overactive nerves wherever muscles are cramping OR about to cramp.
This theory and it’s safety has been proven in scientific studies. (If you would like to learn more about the studies, please ask us!)
It’s currently being used successfully by professional and recreational athletes around the world, including:
Plus numerous Ironman and Marathon athletes in Australia. Check out our Facebook page for reviews https://www.facebook.com/staycrampfree/
The QuickFix SHOTS are available in 3 great flavours: Lemon, Raspberry & Espresso.
The Espresso included 7mg Caffeine per Shot for an extra HIT!
CampFix is available online at https://crampfix.com.au/where-to-buy/
Also in selected sports stores.
We strongly recommend you try this product before race day. It does have a strong taste but its easy on the stomach and can be swirled and spit out if preferred.
On race day, drink 1 sachet before the race OR before the stage where you think you might cramp. Carry an extra 1 or 2 with you for later in the race to ensure you finish CRAMP FREE!
If you have any questions please feel free to email or call us!
Meet Jong Ha Park! He is part of Korea Randonneurs, and is the most well known within the community.
According to Wikipedia:
Randonneuring (also known as Audax in the UK, Australia and Brazil) is a long-distance cycling sport with its origins in audax cycling. In randonneuring, riders attempt courses of 200 km or more, passing through predetermined “controls” (checkpoints) every few tens of kilometres. Riders aim to complete the course within specified time limits, and receive equal recognition regardless of their finishing order. Riders may travel in groups or alone as they wish, and are expected to be self-sufficient between controls. A randonneuring event is called a randonnée or brevet, and a rider who has completed a 200 km event is called a randonneur.  The international governing body for randonneuring is Audax Club Parisien (ACP), which works with other randonneuring organisations worldwide through Les Randonneurs Mondiaux (RM). Randonneuring is popular in France, and has a following in the Netherlands, Belgium, United Kingdom, Italy, Australia, United States, Canada, Brazil and India.