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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,...read more
By Randy Blood Murphy’s law states that “anything that can go wrong, will go wrong.” As with many things in life, it can be argued that perception is relative to he or she who perceives. Indeed a meteor did not come hurtling in from space to annihilate me on the...read more
As an endurance athlete, chances are pretty good that you’ve heard about the importance of maintaining electrolyte balance during and after exercise. If an athlete doesn’t successfully control electrolyte intake, a slew of medical conditions can arise from merely...read more
What is Osmolality? Let’s go back to Biology 101. Osmosis is defined as the movement of a solvent, like water, through a semi-permeable membrane, such as the gut wall, from a less concentrated solution to a more concentrated one. If, for example, you had water on...read more
I have to admit I was feeling a little smug driving down to Florida with my sister a week ago today. My friends back home in Mississippi were dealing with a surprise snowfall and we were driving in warm temps and sunshine. Life was good! We’re going to do a bit of...read more
It was a heart-breaker of a race. It was an amazing race! Is it possible to want to cry your eyes out and still be so excited about some awesome running? The correct answer is YES! Even though Brazos Bend 100 is almost a week past, I still have so many emotions from...read more
By Amanda Coker | December 4, 2017 8,012 miles in 30 day. 86,573 miles in 365 day. 100,000 miles in 423 days. Three world records. Zero days off. How did I do it? Sheer determination, focus, drive, and the best endurance fuel on the market, Tailwind Nutrition! While...read more