Electrolytes 101

Electrolyte loss can be a result of stress, exercise, poor diet, pregnancy, illness, or medications. Learn more about the performance powerhouses of the body, critical to optimal body...

A Professional Athlete on Hydration and E-lyte

As a continuation of my discussion around nutritional strategies, I would like to highlight how E-lyteSport makes a difference in my day-to-day...

Who Needs Electrolytes and Why?

Many people talk about electrolytes but do you have any idea what electrolyte really is? Being among the smallest of chemicals...

A Professional Athlete’s Road to Recovery

Hey everyone, Renée Tomlin here to talk about ‘recovery’. For a bit of background information, I’m a professional triathlete and member of Team USA in international competition. I’ve been competing…

Phillip Plath

Phillip started mountain bike racing in 1994 and helped invent his very own racing category - Clydesdale. California's state championship series has had the category since 1995. Clydesdale racers…

Oren Motevassel

Oren Motevassel, the No. 1 seed, of Alpharetta, Ga., recently claimed the men’s open title at the United States Professional Tennis Association Hard Court Championships. Motevassel, who is originally…

Ron Livingston

Ron is not the type of guy who does anything half-heartedly. His accomplishments in business, athletics, and even community service speak volumes about the type of individual he is. It is extremely…

Todd Migdon

During his high school days, Todd was extremely active and participated on his school’s basketball, tennis and cross-country teams. Those days are almost 20 years behind him now and while his free…

The Unusual Development of E-Lyte Balanced Electrolyte

The formulation of E-Lyte Balanced Electrolyte began 25 years ago for the purpose of creating a drinking version of Ringer's Solution. In effect, a diluted solution of E-Lyte (normally 16:1) could be…

Taking A Peek Inside a Muscle Cramp

Cramping is one of the most common complaints of athletes. It can occur at any time but more often at the tail end of their workout. Cramps are a one way street in the complete cycle of muscle…