TORQ Hypotonic performance hydration is the fastest possible way to hydrate. FASTER THAN AN ELECTROLYTE TABLET!
In situations where perspiration rates are extremely high over short periods of exercise (up to 60 minutes), including indoor turbo/gym interval sessions, spinning classes and short competitions in extreme heat, hydrating with TORQ Hypotonic will deliver superior performance over any other fueling/hydration strategy.
TORQ Hypotonic is sold in a handy plastic screw-top container, which holds 6 X 18g hypotonic sachets/sticks; the handy 6-pack makes carrying your drinks very easy, as it slips nicely into the rear pocket of a cycle jersey or sports bag. Each stick mixes with water to make a 500ml drink, and is specifically aimed at optimizing hydration where events/sessions are no more than an hour long, and heavy sweat loss is anticipated.
Each hypotonic stick contains only 15grams (0.5 TORQ Units) of carbohydrate, so is very light on calories (60cals per 500ml), which means that achieving optimal fueling for longer durations using this product alone is literally impossible as it would require consuming 2-3 liters of fluid! It is therefore essential that you read and understand the TORQ Fueling System and consume enough of TORQ’s solid fueling units (TORQ Gel, TORQ Bar and new TORQ Chew), if you are going to use TORQ Hypotonic as a means of hydration during extensive endurance sessions.
Our advice for longer efforts, where fueling is required as well as hydration, is to use TORQ Energy as your drink source, because the isotonicnature of this product will provide a better balance between fuelling and hydration – that said, the choice is clearly yours, as long as you understand that your goal in the endurance scenario is to consume 2-3 TORQ Units per hour. Some people will prefer the lighter flavor and mouthfeel of TORQ Hypotonic, and that’s fine as long as you understand the rules!
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Great to use during your pre race warm up. Especially on a hot day.