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NFL Tennessee Titans' Chance Warmack is the Newest Athlete to Champion the NASA-Developed Hydration Formula: The Right Stuff®, for Training and Game Day
Date:8/20/2013

Boulder, CO (PRWEB) August 20, 2013

NFL Tennessee Titans' first-round draft pick and University of Alabama All-American, Chance Warmack has been relying on The Right Stuff® (from Wellness Brands Inc.) since his junior year when the electrolyte drink additive energized him during a game in the Florida Gators’ Swamp.

“It was so humid, and I was really concerned as to how I would sustain,” he recalls. “The Right Stuff really helps me make it through all four quarters. I noticed it helps me to relax more and gives me an extra boost during long plays and drives.”

Warmack, who signed a four-year, $12.2 million contract with the Titans in July, still depends on The Right Stuff for his pro career as an NFL Offensive Guard. He becomes the latest Athlete Advocate for the NASA-developed formula joining Walter Dix (Olympic Medal-winning Sprinter), Michael McDowell (NASCAR), Brent Morel (MLB), Megan Whiteside (Former World Snowboard Champion), Craig Evans (Pro Triathlete) among others.

“While preparing for the NFL draft combine, I continued to use The Right Stuff, and it worked wonders in assisting my preparation,” he says. “I would sweat a lot during practices and workouts, and more so while playing in games. I began using The Right Stuff and not only did it hydrate me but it also decreased the chances of my getting cramps.

“Now that I'm a professional for the Tennessee Titans, The Right Stuff is not only my exclusive product for hydration, but it is the absolute best out there."

The Right Stuff formula, developed by NASA scientist Dr. John Greenleaf and licensed to Wellness Brands Inc. of Boulder, Colo., was created to combat the severe symptoms of dehydration astronauts experience upon re-entry into Earth’s atmosphere.

The sugar-free, liquid concentrate – when added to water - delivers significantly more electrolytes, replacing the amount lost through sweat from heat or rigorous exercise lasting over an hour.

“The Right Stuff is serious hydration for serious athletes,” says Wellness Brands CEO David Belaga, adding that the no-nonsense performance aid is not a substitute for other sports drinks used by ordinary exercisers.

It’s now available and being used here on Earth by professional, college, high school and Olympic athletes as well as industrial workers, military personnel and firefighters who perform hot, strenuous tasks. “The Right Stuff is the best product out there for energy boost and hydration,” Warmack says. “I highly recommend everyone give it a shot when participating in competitive sports – college, pro and Olympic – for training and game day.”

Based on numerous published studies, the formula is far superior for 1) combating dehydration symptoms (cramps, headaches, muscle fatigue, light-headedness etc.) and 2) improving core thermal regulation which means it helps protect the body from overheating, as well as 3) increasing endurance by over 20 percent more than any other NASA-tested formula.

“Also, it is a great aid for jet lag, altitude sickness and even for relief from the effects of excessive alcohol consumption,” Belaga says.

Boulder, Colorado based Wellness Brands Inc., introduced The Right Stuff® in 2009 upon receipt of the exclusive NASA license. The NASA-developed hydration technology is marketed throughout the US and internationally.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013TheRightStuff/08/prweb11036441.htm.


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