What’s the Buzz About Sugar?

What’s the Buzz About Sugar?

By Art Zemach, M.D. Sugar & Exercise “Is sugar good or bad for athletes?” For me, this is a “fire shark” question. When my kids were little, they would ask me “Dad, would you rather be burned by fire, or eaten by sharks?” The truth is I would like to live. A “fire...
3 Keys to Recovery

3 Keys to Recovery

Recovery can be one of the toughest things to do. “As athletes, we often strive to do more and work harder than everyone else in order to get better. Yet, it’s during rest that our tissues adapt and grow stronger. It takes courage to recover and rest. It’s contrary to...
Avoiding the Dreaded Gut Bomb

Avoiding the Dreaded Gut Bomb

It goes by many names. Runner’s Gut, Gut Bombs, Gut Rot, among other lovely monikers. No matter what name you give it, though, the struggle is real. According to a 2009 study, up to 50 percent of runners have experienced the dreaded kicked-in-the-stomach feeling that...
Introducing Tailwind Rebuild

Introducing Tailwind Rebuild

For the past several years, we’ve been recommending that Tailwind Nutrition Endurance Fuel be used as part of the recovery process. We suggested that customers continue drinking Tailwind immediately post activity to take advantage of the “magical 30-60...
Rehydrating and Restoring Electrolytes

Rehydrating and Restoring Electrolytes

By Art Zemach, MD Tailwind Rebuild contains just the right amounts of the four most important electrolytes for recovery after exercise: sodium, potassium, calcium, and magnesium. Sodium helps keep your body hydrated. In your body, “water follows salt.” You need salt,...