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PureSport is a brand of patent-pending performance drinks, made by adding water, that feature the optimal carbohydrate-to-protein ratio of 2:67-to-1. Created by Dr. John Ivy, chair of the Department of Kinesiology and Health Education at the University of Texas at Austin, in consultation with Eddie Reese, head coach for the men's 2008 U.S. Olympic swim team, PureSport is available in two formulations: PureSport Workout, which is used prior to and during exercise to improve endurance and reduce muscle tissue damage, and PureSport Recovery, which is used within 30 minutes of completing a workout to speed the storage of muscle and liver glycogen and promote muscle tissue repair. Among the athletes and coaches who are working with PureSport performance drinks are world-class swimmers Michael Phelps, Brendan Hansen, Ian Crocker and Aaron Peirsol; coach of the University of Texas men's swim team and the men's 2008 U.S. Olympic swim team, Eddie Reese; coach of the Longhorn Aquatics swim team, Randy Reese; and University of Michigan swim coach, Bob Bowman. PureSport Workout and Recovery formulations are available in grape, fruit punch, lemon lime and banana berry flavors at available at CATZ Sports stores in Arizona, California, Colorado, Massachusetts, New York and Texas, at RunTex stores in Austin and Georgetown, Texas, and online at http://www.puresport.us . A case of 20 oz. bottles (24 servings) and a 3-lb. tub (54 servings) of the PureSport Workout formula will retail for a suggested $55 and $43, respectively. A case of 16 oz. bottles (24 servings) and a 3-lb. tub (19 servings) of the PureSport Recovery formula will retail for a suggested $60 and $33, respectively. For more information about PureSport performance drinks, please visit http://www.puresport.us.

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