LEVELEN started in professional team sports, but has found a home with endurance athletes. Do you find yourself continually playing the trial-and-error game when it comes to your hydration and fueling? Do you ever suffer from debilitating muscle cramps during racing? When hydration and electrolyte replenishment can be the difference between a podium finish and a DNF, LEVELEN takes all the guesswork out and dials you into a specific hydration program. How much do you need to drink, how many grams of electrolytes you need, all determined by hydration sports science.
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With endurance athletes, we’ve recorded sweat rates of 180mL to 4.80L per hour, and hourly sodium losses from 88 mg to 11,047 mg (a 100+ fold variance). That’s over five times the DAILY recommended intake, EACH HOUR. By maintaining proper fluid and electrolyte balance, endurance athletes can perform better, longer, and minimize heat-related illnesses like muscle cramps.
2016 Ironman World Championship Triathlete, Jana Richtrova, loses 1751 mg of sodium per hour. With a recommended daily allowance of only 1500-2300 mg of sodium per day, Jana can quickly become electrolyte depleted after an intense day of training or ten hours on the course.
Jana is a LEVEL 4 (SIGNIFICANT Electrolyte Loss). What LEVEL are you?