Gatorade Articles

Gatorade is a brand of sports-themed food and beverage products, built around its signature product: a line of sports drinks. Read on to see why many of the top athletes of every sport fuel up pre-, during and post-activity with Gatorade products.

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The First Rule of Fueling: Keep It Real

Pop quiz: What's a more effective way to get fired up for your next workout? (a.) blast heavy metal or hip-hop music through your headphones (b....

The New Rules of Fuel

Forget the fads and gimmicks. To perform your best, follow three rules of eating before, during and after workouts. Rule #1: Before Your Activity...

Trent Richardson's Workout and Nutrition Plan

Trent Richardson arrived as a pro on a run right up the middle. During Week 2 of the 2012 NFL season, in only the second game of his pro career, Richa...

Get Real Energy by Fueling With Carbohydrates

  Want to take your workout to the next level? Try pre-fueling with carbohydrates. When you fuel up with energy drinks that are loaded with...

Avoid Dehydration During Your Next Hockey Game

Hockey players can drink just as much fluid before a game as athletes in other sports yet still find themselves dehydrated after a game, while their...

Google Knows Nutrition

Finding nutrition information on the go just became a little easier. Google has begun rolling out an updated nutrition stats format for both desktop...

The Ultimate Pre-Game Fueling Menu

As an athlete, you should aim to eat at least three to four hours before competition. This helps you fill up your glycogen stores—which your bod...

Too Much of a Good Thing: The Danger of Over-Hydration

Planning on guzzling H2O to stay hydrated during practice this summer? Turns out dehydration isn't the only thing you have to worry about. The sayi...

Skylar Diggins: Then and Now

Skylar Diggins is no stranger to the spotlight. A four-time All American, Diggins led Notre Dame to three consecutive Final Four appearances and s...

How Dehydration Impairs Sports Performance

Winning a game often comes down to the final seconds, when a clutch play determines the outcome. To make split-second decisions, athletes must be ...

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