NATURALLY POWERED. PROVEN HYDRATION.

NO OTHER SPORTS NUTRITION INTERVENTION IS AS POWERFUL AS STAYING HYDRATED.

Even slight dehydration can dramatically impair performance.1 GoodSport™ harnesses the electrolytes and carbohydrates from the goodness of milk to provide superior hydration backed by science. It’s something we like to call:
Naturally Powerful Hydration™.

SCIENTIFICALLY SHOWN TO PROVIDE RAPID AND LONG-LASTING HYDRATION.

3X

GoodSport™ delivers over 1600 mg of essential electrolytes per bottle - 3X the electrolytes of traditional sports drinks.*

33%less sugar

GoodSport™ contains 33% less sugar than traditional sports drinks.*

2HRS

GoodSport™ is scientifically shown to continue hydrating for 2 hours after it’s consumed.

2TYPES

GoodSport™ provides 2 types of carbs for optimal hydration and fuel for active muscles.

    * Comparisons per 12 oz. serving. GoodSport(tm) 1193mg total electrolytes & 13g sugar. Traditional sports drink 210mg electrolytes & 21g sugar, as claimed on nutrition facts panel. GoodSport™ includes potassium, sodium, chloride, magnesium, calcium and phosphorus in its electrolyte totals. Traditional sports drink includes sodium and potassium.

THE SCIENCE OF HYDRATION

A properly formulated sports drink will encourage consumption, speed absorption, sustain whole-body hydration and fuel active muscles.2 Decades of scientific research show that optimal hydration requires the right mix of fluid, electrolytes and carbohydrates in a great tasting beverage.3 GoodSport™ harnesses the natural goodness of milk’s electrolytes and carbohydrates to create a sports drink that hydrates better than water and traditional sports drinks.4

THE LINK BETWEEN MILK AND HYDRATION

Milk is a natural source of a broad spectrum of electrolytes and provides the right balance of carbs needed for optimal hydration. In fact, several studies have shown that milk is significantly more hydrating than traditional sports drinks and water.6, 8 We wanted to create a sports drink from a natural source that would provide truly effective hydration. That’s why we made GoodSport™ from the goodness of milk.

WHEN TO DRINK GOODSPORT

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BEFORE EXERCISE

Many athletes begin training and competition already dehydrated, putting themselves at a performance disadvantage before they even begin. Research has shown that GoodSport™ provides quick hydration that lasts over 2 hours after it is consumed.4 Start off on the right foot by drinking a bottle of GoodSport™ an hour before exercise or competition to give yourself the hydration advantage.

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DURING EXERCISE

The goal of drinking during exercise is to prevent dehydration and changes in electrolyte balance so athletes’ bodies have everything they need to optimize performance. Drink GoodSport™ throughout your workout and let its naturally occurring electrolytes and carbohydrates do their job to maintain optimal hydration.

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AFTER EXERCISE

Athletes often feel depleted after intense exercise or competition. GoodSport™ replenishes a broad spectrum of electrolytes lost in sweat and provides fuel for muscles so you can leave your workout feeling energized and refreshed.

  1. Murray B. Hydration and physical performance. J Amer Coll Nutr. 2007;26(5):542S-548S.
  2. Baker LB, Jeukendrup AE. Optimal composition of fluid-replacement beverages. Comprehensive Physiology. 2014;4(2):575-620.
  3. Maughan RJ, Murray R. Sports Drinks: Basic Science and Practical Aspects. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press; 2001.
  4. Berry CW, Wolf ST, Murray B, Kenney WL. Hydration efficacy of a milk permeate-based oral hydration solution. Nutrients. 2020;12(1502):1-16.
  5. Evans GH, James LJ, Shirreffs SM, Maughan RJ. Optimizing the restoration and maintenance of fluid balance after exercise-induced dehydration. J Appl Physiol (1985). 2017;122:945-951.
  6. Shirreffs SM, Watson P, Maughan RJ. Milk as an effective post-exercise rehydration drink. Brit J Nutr. 2007;98(1):173-180.
  7. Passe DH. Physiological and psychological determinants of fluid intake. In: Maughan, Murray, eds. Sports Drinks: Basic Science and Practical Aspects. Boca Raton: CRC Press; 2001:45-88.
  8. Maughan RJ, Watson P, Cordery PA, et al. A randomized trial to assess the potential of different beverages to affect hydration status: development of a beverage hydration index. Amer J Clif Nutr. 2016;103:717-723.

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