Ryno Power's ELECTROLYTES are a high-performance electrolyte blend of Sodium Chloride, Tri-Sodium Citrate, & Sodium R-Lipoate. ELECTROLYTES use Potassium, Calcium, Magnesium, & antioxidants to replenish what is used when you exercise. Like our pro athletes in mountain bike and MX, customize your hydration with this easy-to-take capsule that will allow you to beat heat fatigue and muscle cramping.
- 50 servings (100 capsules)
- No artificial sweeteners, coloring, or flavors
- Made with all natural veggie capsules
WHAT ARE ELECTROLYTES?
Electrolytes are electrically charged minerals and ions that are present in body fluids, including blood, urine, and sweat. These minerals, including sodium, potassium, chloride, calcium, and magnesium, play a crucial role in many bodily functions, including regulating the body's fluid balance, transmitting nerve impulses, and contracting muscles. Electrolytes are essential for maintaining normal bodily functions, and imbalances can lead to dehydration, muscle cramps, and other health issues
When the body's electrolyte levels are not balanced, it can lead to muscle cramps, fatigue, weakness, and even more severe conditions like heat exhaustion and heat stroke.
Benefits of electrolytes in sports include:
1. Maintaining proper hydration
2. Preventing cramps and fatigue
3. Supporting muscle and nerve function
4. Improving overall athletic performance.
KREBS CYCLE MINERALS
The Krebs cycle minerals play a crucial role in energy production, muscle function, oxygen transport, and recovery. The Krebs cycle relies on several key minerals, including magnesium, calcium, potassium, and iron. These minerals play important roles in a number of bodily processes that are essential for athletes, as deficiencies can lead to impaired performance and increased risk of injury. This cycle is a vital process in the production of cellular energy in our bodies. Benefits Include...
Energy Production: The Krebs cycle is responsible for producing energy in the form of ATP, which is critical for athletic performance. Magnesium, calcium, and potassium are all required for the enzymes that facilitate this process.
Muscle Function: Calcium and potassium are important for proper muscle function, including contraction and relaxation. Deficiencies in these minerals can lead to muscle cramps and fatigue, which can impair athletic performance.
Oxygen Transport: Iron is a crucial component of hemoglobin, the protein in red blood cells that carries oxygen to the muscles. Without enough iron, the body can't transport oxygen efficiently, which can lead to fatigue and decreased endurance.
Recovery: Adequate levels of these minerals are also important for post-workout recovery. Calcium, for example, is necessary for muscle repair and growth.