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TRR Nutrition Review – Pro Collagen Supplement for Cyclists.

Summary of TRR Nutrition Review

Trivelo Score – 3 / 5

At £38.99 for 10 days’ worth, £87.72 for 30 days’ worth it’s a pricey product. While there aren’t any scientific statistics on their website there are lots of positive reviews. Most of them are general, the ones that are specific are from older people (in their 50s) who have joint pain. Now, me being younger than this with no joint pain who already takes supplements for general well-being means I don’t tick that box.

Performance wise, I didn’t notice a change myself. 2 months of testing potentially isn’t long enough to notice a solid difference. I was hoping for a reward for my efforts! During training as well as taking the supplements I have been doing regular stretching, massage and adaptation.

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Overall a score of 3 / 5. Its a good product and potentially benefits build over time. But from a 2 month review of TRR Nutrition I didn’t experience any significant changes hence cannot score it higher.

Testing the TRR Nutrition Pro

The supplement is designed for athletes (Andy Murray is behind it). Aimed at strengthening and maintaining cartilage and connective tissue, supporting joints and bones and providing immune boosting anti-inflammatory properties. This is in the form of turmeric and ginger root extracts.

Note that it is ‘informed sport certified’ which is important for us competitive types as it’s free of banned substances.

I started taking the 50 ml a day liquid supplement, completing the 2-month course. The directions stated that the supplement should be taken after a workout, to have the best effect, and so this is what I did. Note that I currently do 5-7 hours of training a week, half of that being cycling, the rest being running and, swimming and strength/conditioning. 

I was keen to see if the connective tissue strengthening properties of the supplement helped with this at all. I have previously had vascular surgery so leg pain is something I am hyper sensitive to.

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First Impressions of the TRR Nutrition Pro Supplements

The liquid supplement (there is also a powder option) comes in a nifty, smart looking, plastic hand sized bottle with a metal lid. Each box contains 10 of these bottles. So, for a 2-month supply that gave me 6 boxes in total. I’m trying to be more conscious of the environment and the amount of waste I produce, so the disposable plastic element of the supplement was something I was conscious of. Noting that it was recyclable.

If you are looking for a complete meal replacement supplement read my review of Protein Works. I tested their 360 meal replacement protein shakes supplementing lunch for these to boost my nutrition while training. It absolutely smashed it compared to Huel and worth looking at if looking for something in this space.

Tasting the TRR Supplements

So, what did I think of the supplement? Firstly, I found the taste odd. It’s flavoured to taste of cherry. There is turmeric in the supplements which you pick up immediately from the yellow, rusty colour of the liquid. It also has a distinctive smell as soon as you open the bottle. The taste definitely takes getting used to (I still find the taste strange). 

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Training while using TRR Supplements

I do take regular supplements myself (a daily multi vitamin and cod liver oil tablet) and have a balanced diet. It may be that athletes not taking supplements could see even more impact than I did.

If you are looking for a vegan meal supplement read our review of Gaia Tribe vegan meal supplement. A great option for anyone looking to take nutrition more seriously but needing a vegan option.

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Having founded Trivelo in 2015 after many years competing in triathlon Billy continues to enjoy cycling and triathlon. Founder Billy enjoys road cycling and mountain biking for some adventure. Generally a fair weather cyclist who come the winter months retreats to the turbo trainer!


Stephen Totam · May 1, 2024 at 5:12 pm

Was tempted by this but nervous of side effects. All ok with that? No weird scary things happen?

    Billy · May 1, 2024 at 5:19 pm

    We had three people testing TRR over a 3 month window. One of them went on to use it as part of their routine and reports good things ever since.

Pierre Rerum · April 4, 2024 at 6:42 am

Collagen supplements are something I am interested in but worry about any side effects? Review doesn’t suggest any but is there anything more to worry about?????

    Billy · April 4, 2024 at 10:35 am

    Hi Pierre. We had concerns as you outlined and had 3 testers use this for 3 months. Pleased to report no issues from this either while using or after stopping.

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