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Replace your electrolyte stores with Gnarly Hydrate
Limited edition salted margarita and lemonade
Salt. Sugar. Hydration. The keys to success on a long run and the formula for happiness post long-run, especially on a Saturday summer afternoon. Just in time for Cinco De Mayo and warmer days ahead, Gnarly released two limited-edition flavors of their Hydrate electrolyte powder: Salted Margarita and Lemonade.
The flavors were determined by the fans– Gnarly surveyed nearly 500 customers to hear what the people wanted. Right at the top of the Family Feud board was salted marg, confirming that the entire survey pool were either ultrarunners, or alcoholics, or both.
Let’s be real, it’s about time hydration brands started doubling down into the mixed-drink category. Why not replenish electrolytes whilst having a good time? Even better, the new Salted Marg flavor contains 500 mg of sodium per serving, double the amount found in the existing flavors of Hydrate. It’s a perfect formula for replenishing the electrolyte stores after running in the humidor of July (especially here in the Mid-Atlantic), or a great supplement for any of you heavy sweaters out there.
Gnarly Hydrate also offers B Vitamins that are known to ensure you’re properly digesting and absorbing your nutrients throughout the day, prevent any type of nutrient deficiencies, and help with maximum performance benefits. Plus, they keep the sugar content down with only 4g per serving, making sure you’re getting what you need post-run, without all the junk.
For the record, we have received a batch of the Salted Margarita mix, and can confirm it’s quite delicious and will pair perfectly with the below margarita recipe, which Gnarly was kind enough to send us:
Get it while it lasts (and double down on the recovery with Gnarly protein powder, which we also love). Here’s to warmer days ahead!
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Robbe is the senior editor of Believe in the Run. He loves going on weird routes through Baltimore, finding trash on the ground, and running with the Faster Bastards. At home in the city, but country at heart. Loves his two boys more than anything. Has the weakest ankles in the game.More from Robbe