Staying Hydrated with OSMO in the Snow
The Cold is Not an Excuse Not to Hydrate
Some wait all year to get back out in the snow and others deal with winter, battling through the elements just to get in some training. But just because the landscape is covered in snow and ice does not mean you can skip out on hydration, regardless of what you think your body is telling you. It’s nobody's fault, it’s hard to convince yourself to drink cold liquids when you’re out in the cold, but dehydration in the winter is just as much of a threat as it is on a hot and humid summer day. The body tends to give less indication of necessity for fluids in the winter months, and precisely why keeping OSMO Active Hydration nearby is and should be a no brainer.
Working to replace lost body water with a calculated ratio of sucrose, glucose, and electrolytes, OSMO helps to keep your circulation and muscle respiration primed for performance. With delicious and lightly-flavored options, OSMO can also delay fatigue, reduce cramps, and expedite recovery. OSMO’s Active Hydration uses about ½ the sugar of many competitors, offering a 3.5% carbohydrate percentage. The sugars and salts in OSMO's formula are there to achieve optimal OSMOlality and work with your body for faster rehydration than other sports drinks.
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- Replaces lost body water with an optimal ratio of sucrose, glucose, and electrolytes
- Reduces cramps
- Delays fatigue
- Boosts endurance and power
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