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Here's What Happened When Gatorade Sent Me to Train Outdoors in the Brutally Cold Minnesota Winter

When Gatorade invited STACK to their "G Sweat School" event in Minneapolis ahead of Super Bowl LII, I thought I was in for a breezy little event. R...

By: Brandon Hall

How Hydration Affects Strength Training

Introduction: Hydration is known to be a definite determinant of endurance exercise performance; however, little is known about the effects it poses on...

By: Hayden Snider

[STUDY] College Football Players Know Dangerously Little About Hydration

College football players scored a D+ on a hydration knowledge test. And that's a serious problem. A recent study assessed a total of 100 Division I ...

By: Andy Haley

Why 'Pickle Juice' Might Be the Perfect Sports Drink

Muscle cramps can end an athlete's dreams of victory in an instant. They normally crop up during pivotal situations late in a competition, and thei...

By: Brandon Hall

3 Ways Caffeine Improves Your Sports Performance

If you drink coffee, you are very familiar with how caffeine can improve your energy and mental focus. Put simply, caffeine works fantastically—wh...

By: Andy Haley

Latest Videos in Dehydration

Game Changers: Can This Solution Actually Stop Muscle Cramps Instantly?

We put CrampsAWAY, and new product that claims to relieve muscle cramps within 15-60 seconds, to the ultimate test through a real-world case study. A sweaty two-hour workout caused an epic double hamstring cramp, setting up the perfect test.

Three Fueling Strategies for a Successful Workout

New York Jets nutrition consultant Wendy Meyer Sterling shares fueling tactics to use to maintain energy and hydration levels during a workout.

Caffeine as a Performance Enhancer

New York Jets nutrition consultant Wendy Meyer Sterling weighs in on using caffeine to enhance performance.

Booze: The Worst Way To Recover

Hear sports nutritionist Leslie Bonci explain how alcohol dehydrates the body and how to avoid this recipe for disaster.

How Booze Can Hurt You

Aside from delaying reaction time, alcohol can potentially increase risk for injuries, like stress fractures. Tune in as sports nutritionist Leslie Bonci explains why.