sports drinks

Pre-packaged drinks and gels have many convenience features, but it is quite easy and less expensive to make your own.
Bored with plain old water? I was too, so I decided to get creative.
Formula O2 has a subtle flavor as well as a good dose of caffeine and electrolytes.
Despite a few flaws, this bottle's innovative design and helpful features make it a promising product.
You would think sports drinks would aid performance in a two-hour tennis match, but they seemed to have little impact.
The creators of the Amara sports drink wanted to make a healthier, unprocessed version of an athletic drink. A drink that was a traditional sports drink, energy drink, and superfood drink.
Finding a recovery drink that is convenient, tasty, and relatively healthy can be a challenge. I recently got to try two products by Kill Cliff and found they provide all three.
Do you really need both carbs and protein in your workout drink? Or does drinking protein during a workout actually tax energy from your body? Science takes a look at workout drinks.
Kill Cliff isn't an energy drink. It's a recovery drink intended to help athletes fight inflammation. It doesn't hurt it tastes great, too. These guys are full of attitude and a little bit of mystery.
Do you know how to tell if you're hydrated versus dehydrated? Do you know all the ways it effects the body when you don't drink enough? Enhance your performance by drinking enough water!
Wondering what the best thing to drink is in order to stay hydrated? Science says it doesn't matter, just drink something. New research looked at both the physical and mental impact of hydration.
There is no doubt that caffeine plays a role in increasing performance, but just how much does it really help? Recent research looked at different dosages and the scientifically measured benefits.
Sports drinks may seem like a healthier kid’s beverage than soda and other sugary beverages, but that’s not necessarily the case. In fact, many schools are banning them altogether.
What happens when you combine nourishing coconut water with energizing espresso? It's called Coco Cafe and it's a brand new kind of drink.
A recent review published in the Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research looked through numerous studies to determine what might be the best recovery drink for endurance and team-sport athletes.