Runner's Guide To Electrolytes: Electrolyte and Carbohydrate Replacement

April 07, 2015

Runners Guide To Electrolytes

Multi-electrolyte replacement is critical for sports enthusiasts. High volume oxygen intake during athletic exertion oxidizes blood cells faster than normal and increases the change of anemia. Electrolytes are the ultimate oxygenator of all living cells through a process known as bio-oxygenation. The building of muscle and the production of energy draws on chromium, acting as a cofactor to insulin. It also promotes the entrance of glucose and amino acids into the cells to make muscle. A loss of potassium can cause dizzy spells or lightheadedness, especially during exertion in hot weather.

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Elite Runner Kristin Lawrence's Road To The Boston Marathon

February 04, 2015

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What Is The Best Sports Drink For Athletes?

January 30, 2015

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What Are Electrolytes? And How Do They Affect Performance?

January 22, 2015

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5 Steps To Become an Elite Triathlete

July 24, 2014

Have you been racing in triathlons for quite some time now, and you're now looking to challenge yourself even more? Maybe it's time to think about becoming a professional triathlete! Here are 5 key elements that will get you on the road to becoming an elite triathlete.

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Keep Your Gut Happy During Endurance Training

June 20, 2014

Not taking care of your GI system is one of the biggest mistakes an endurance athlete can make! Stay on top of your discomfort with these tips from Ironman.com

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Sodium Facts: The Key Component to Hydration Packs

June 18, 2014

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Elite Distance Runner Shares Her Secrets To Success In Her 8 Suspension Training System Workout Videos

June 12, 2014

Tina Muir, Elite distance runner and EnduroPacks ambassador shows us some tips to her success with her 8 suspension training system exercises. 

Elite Distance Runner Tina Muir

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Big Pistachio Racing Tests HRV and HCT Impacts From Sports Nutrition

February 27, 2014

During the 30-day trial period, Eli Cohen (Team Director of Big Pistachio Racing) measured his Heart Rate Variability (known as HRV) and had his blood Hematocrit levels (HCT) tested pre and post trial.  Read on to hear what he found out from these test results following his 30 day trial. 

Eli Cohen Team Director for Big Pistachio Racing

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Neck Pain and the Working Triathlete, by Dr. Paul Salinas

January 10, 2014

The average amateur triathlete trains approximately 10-20 hours per week. Cycling usually occupies fifty percent of the athletes training time, and may result in a number of overuse injuries. One of the most common non-traumatic injuries sustained by cyclists is neck pain. Neck pain may be caused by a number of factors...

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Hydration: What Exactly Am I Drinking?

October 22, 2013

Some of you may have heard about the scary ingredients found in common sports drinks like Gatorade already. For those of you who haven’t, this blog post is for you....


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