- Take in with water before, during or after exercise of any duration.
How many electrolytes you should take during a race or training depends on your body weight and on what electrolyte product you use.
In general, take 1 capsule per 22-27 kg body weight per hour. If you weigh around 60 kg, it means you should take about 2,5 capsules per hour. The 2,5 capsules would be considered as 1 dose.
Take a look at the table below to see how much capsules of this product you need for your body weight:
*These are estimated doses. Each athlete should determine in training, under a variety of conditions, their personal optimum.
Many variables - body weight, fitness level, weather conditions, acclimatization level, and physiological predisposition - affect individual electrolyte requirements, so you must do your own trials with Endurolytes dosing, under a variety of conditions, to determine what your individual needs are.
Endurolytes DOES NOT prevent heat stroke, hyponatremia, or any other dangerous physical condition resulting from overexertion in the heat.
The amount of salt (sodium chloride) you habitually consume in your daily diet largely determines the amount of salt, you will need to consume during exercise and races. If you consume a high-salt diet, you will either need to increase your hourly dose of Endurolytes or use Endurolytes Extreme.