As the youngest person ever to start and finish the seven-day TransRockies Challenge race—at age 16—cross-country cyclist Josh Brown is no stranger to sports performance products. The professional mountain biker has found a favorite in Morinda’s TruAge Rapid Fuel, and will don a Rapid Fuel cycling jersey as the company’s newest spokesperson.
Putting the protein and electrolyte supplement to the test, Brown found that Rapid Fuel enabled him to “train harder, longer.” The product contains a high-quality protein that assists in building lean muscle. Rapid Fuel earned its name from its patent-pending delivery system, developed by university scientists to transport protein more quickly than other means.
“Normally, with the protein and such in any other drink I would feel bloated, get side aches or simply feel sick, but it was as if I was only drinking a pure electrolyte drink,” Brown said of his experience with Rapid Fuel. “I’ve also been able to reduce my intake of solid foods because of the high-quality protein that Rapid Fuel contains.”
Brown, a 23-year-old Utah native, competed in his first mountain bike race at age 9. The Utah State University student has since claimed 11th place out of 98 racers in the USA Cycling Collegiate Nationals, third in the USA Cycling Marathon Nationals, and second in the Pierre’s Hole 50-mile competition, among other notable finishes.