High Performance with Hydrenergy
Short and long term energy
*Results may vary from person to person.
Mix with 8-12 ounces of water to replenish and aid in transporting nutrients in and out of your body's cells. Regulates the blood volume in the body and aids in proper muscle function so you can perform at peak levels both physically and mentally. Take whenever trying to avoid dehydration and increase energy.
Remember to stay safe during your workout. Listen to your body and make sure that you’re always getting plenty of water.
Why Your Body Needs to Stay Hydrated During Extreme Physical Activity
Whether it’s taking those first steps into the water, gearing up for a run, or gearing up for a day of stoke, we like to go hard. And sometimes we feel it the next day more than we’d like to admit. That’s why it’s so important to take precautions so you don’t wear yourself down. Extreme physical activity is different than a normal bout of exercise. Whether you’re a CrossFit champion, a weekend warrior, or just an overly dedicated fitness enthusiast, take a moment to learn about the hazards of dehydration and what you can do to prevent them.
What Happens During Dehydration
Dehydration boils down to simple math. Physical activity means that your body is sweating more than normal even when you’re swimming or doing physical activity in the water. If you find yourself reaching for your towel every few seconds at the gym, it’s time to refill your water bottle. If you’re body is losing more water than it’s taking in, problems are bound to occur. You might experience fits of dizziness, fatigue, muscle cramps, nausea, a sudden lack of perspiration, or a seriously rapid heart beat. If your body starts to feel off during your workout, you’re probably suffering from dehydration.
Why Water May Not Be Enough
Regardless of how you exercise, hydration is an absolute must. But not all workouts are created equal. If you’re engaging in extreme hysical activity for a significant period of time, just rehydrating with water might not go far enough. Your body needs a steady supply of electrolytes, calories, and other nutrients in order to stay active. You can find electrolytes, carbs, and some extra calories in most popular sports drinks, but they’re also loaded with sugar. You can also find the nutrients you need in a variety of protein powders, homemade shakes, and even in fruit.
If you want something for long-term energy for extended activity, try the Hydrenergy formula. Instead of a quick fix, Hydrenergy is made for sustained hydration and energy. Put some into your water bottle and take a swig every few minutes. It helps repair your muscles as you break them down, increase blood flow, and promote healthy muscle function. It’s also filled with potassium and 100 mg of all-natural caffeine to get your body moving.