$1.50 - $36.00
Created for athletes whose focus is on hydration, GU Hydration Drink Mix is formulated with a blend of electrolytes and carbohydrates, providing a light-tasting and rapidly absorbing hydration drink. Sodium, the primary electrolyte lost in sweat, aids hydration by maintaining water balance. This 70-calorie serving of GU Hydration Drink Mix contains carbohydrates (maltodextrin and fructose) that use non-competing pathways to help maximize carbohydrate absorption and utilization while diminishing stomach distress. Also Known as GU Brew.
$3.25 - $40.00
Your window of recovery is small—luckily for you, a bottle of GU Recovery Brew takes 30 seconds to make and 30 seconds to drink. It supplies your starved muscles with a heavy dose of carbohydrates and easy-to-absorb whey protein isolate to drastically improve recovery and reduce soreness. Plus, GU added the amino acids L-glutamine and L-arginine for extra muscle and immune system support.
$29.99 - $45.00
Release the hounds with GU’s version of rocket fuel—Roctane Energy Drink. The proven combination of glucose and fructose is the most easily and rapidly absorbed form of carbohydrate. And, a high electrolyte content is just what your legs crave to fire properly, while 35mg of caffeine stokes your central nervous system, increasing the release of free fatty acids into your bloodstream, and further sparing your limited glycogen stores. Plus, taurine and beta-alanine improve muscle endurance throughout the grinding hours of a road race, marathon, or triathlon. Branched-chain amino acids speed recovery and reduce muscle damage, histidine buffers against acidic byproduct, and of course the delicious flavors go down easy.
Created primarily for hydration, GU Hydration Drink Tabs offer the athlete a low-calorie drink option. GU Hydration Drink Tabs are reformulated with xylitol to help reduce gastrointestinal distress when compared to sorbitol. Sodium, the primary electrolyte lost in sweat, helps maintain water balance. Use GU Hydration Drink Tabs before, during, and after exercise to hydrate and replenish electrolyte levels.
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