We take the position at Ruck Science that rugby-focused nutrition should be recovery-focused nutrition. That’s why all our products are designed to help you recover faster and get back on the rugby field sooner. These posts take a deeper dive into the ingredients you’ll find in our range of supplements.


Brandon Lee

Healthy Eating For the Busy Rugby Player

Facebook Twitter Share HEALTHY EATING FOR THE BUSY RUGBY PLAYER It’s not entirely clear who first uttered the phrase, “you are what you eat,” but

weird ways to use our pre-workout for rugby
Tim Howard

10 weird ways to use our pre-workout powder

Sometimes just taking pre-workout in a shaker gets a bit boring. Here are 10 “weird” ways to use our pre-workout powder you might not have thought of. We’ve heard of it going into cocktails, milk and a whole bunch of other substances. Check them out here!

rugby recovery creatine
Training Team

Rugby recovery is better with Creatine

If you’re serious about your rugby, you should be serious about your recovery too. Creatine is one of the best rugby recovery supplements available. But sadly it’s not in every recovery supplement you’ll find on the market. Here’s why we think creatine is essential for rugby players.

l-citrulline for rugby players
Training Team

How L-citrulline can improve your rugby

Why should L-citrulline be a part of your rugby diet? Today we go for a deep dive on this pre-workout ingredient to test it for rugby performance benefits. It’s one of the most important amino acids you can consume – so get after it!

beets for a rugby player's diet
Training Team

How beets can benefit rugby players

Beets should be included in every rugby player’s diet. This article explains how beets can benefit rugby players for endurance and circulation. They’re an excellent way to balance the macronutrient content of your pre-game rugby diet.

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