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BORN IN BARCELONA Cycling is a state of mind

Nutrition Lab

by Martina Rebull

Your full potential starts at a healthy table

Eating nutritious food is the first step towards more effective and healthier exercise for your body. The first few metres of a good ride should always start in the kitchen. For this reason, in our Nutrition Lab you will find the best tips and healthy habits to train your stomach and achieve optimal performance in your adventures, whether you are a professional or an enthusiast. Welcome!


A philosophy by Martina Rebull

Martina Rebull works as a nutritionist without forgetting her passion: cycling. And from this combination comes Come y Pedalea (Eat and Ride), a user name that has made her popular on socials and a philosophy that she applies in her daily routine and spreads to help other athletes to achieve their challenges. "I discovered my passion for cycling at a very young age and, gradually, it has become an essential part of my life. It's my time to disconnect and enjoy time with my friends. For me, cycling means freedom, fun and self-improvement. I couldn't have one without the other.

A combination of values for a new way of life

At Twenty One we like to be involved in every detail to achieve maximum performance in training. That's why we develop our garments from scratch to enhance each and every one of the attributes that help a cyclist reach their maximum level. And just as important as a good garment is good nutrition. In Martina Rebull we find not only an excellent professional, but also a collaborator who helps to achieve excellence. With an absolute passion for cycling and a complete training in Nutrition (Graduate in Human Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of Barcelona, Master in Clinical Nutrition from the University of Glasgow and specialised in sports nutrition) Martina knows that the way to achieve great sensations on two wheels is, first of all, to eat healthily. With this collaboration between Twenty One and Come y Pedalea (Eat and Ride), we want to offer passionate cyclists a space where they can find information about sports nutrition and the best recipes to achieve their goals. Eat well with Martina Rebull and ride with Twenty One in this new adventure.

Four principles of our body

Get to know it

We are all different. What works for someone else may not work for you. Knowing what we like and what feels good or bad is the first step to having a healthy body.

Take care of it

We only have one body and we have to take care of it. Eat healthy, exercise and rest. These three pillars are the essential foundation that will make your body feel cared.

Giving you what you need

Everyone puts different demands on their body. A professional cyclist is not the same as an amateur cyclist. The amount and type of food must be adapted to the needs of each individual.

Make it move

Make it move

Blog posts

Nut Lab #7 The importance of sodium

Nut Lab #7 The importance of sodium The arrival of summer means an exponential increase in temperatures, which causes many of us to avoid riding during the hours when the...

Nut Lab #4 Drink, drink and drink again

Losing more than 2% of body mass during exercise can affect many aspects of performance: including running performance, cognitive function (decision-making), and skill performance.


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