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The science of Gatorade
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Bob Dromgoole
(lowebyrrd)
The science of Gatorade on 08/16/2013 15:41:16 MDT Print View

Yep, definitely on that bus...
I don't have the cred's to view that article, Thanks though, might have to ante up.

Tom Kirchner
(ouzel) - MLife

Locale: Pacific Northwest/Sierra
Re: The science of Gatorade on 08/16/2013 19:56:11 MDT Print View

"Thanks though, might have to ante up."

It's worth considering. There are a number of good articles that are, unfortunately, for members only, and Sawchucks is one of them.

Another benefit of being a full member is that you don't have to sit in the back of the bus. ;o)

Joseph Brody
(Killroy1999)
Gatorade Makes Me Vomit on 08/28/2013 21:30:42 MDT Print View

On a couple of occasions, after a long hot bike ride, I thought that a cold Gatorade would revive me, but I ended up vomiting instead. Maybe I was too far gone of dehydration already, but it was the last straw.

Jake D
(JakeDatc) - F

Locale: Bristol,RI
Re: Gatorade Makes Me Vomit on 08/28/2013 21:47:01 MDT Print View

I find that lighter drinks work much better while going hard. NUUN is my favorite at the moment for biking. Chocolate milk for afterward.. tour pro's swear by it...

for hiking i like crystal light powder or the store brand version (they says for 16.9oz bottle but i do 1 liter and it's still a bit strong)