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  • At Vitalyte We Have Celebrated Over 45 Birthdays

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    There’s something about a birthday that everyone loves! Maybe you love the layers of decadent frosted cake? Perhaps the gathering of friends to celebrate the occasion warms your heart? Or let’s face it, you are all about the gifts. Gifts galore! Whatever a birthday means to you, it’s ok. After all it is your day! At Vitalyte we have celebrated over 45 birthdays and each year we are thankful for the same thing, our loyal customers. Our seasoned consumers have many options when it comes to an electrolyte replacement drink and they continue to add our product to their cart. And that is what we celebrate year after year.

    electrolyte replacement drinkSee when our founder, Bill Gookin, mixed the first batch of “Gookinaid” in his garage some four and half decades ago, his intention was to fill a missing niche amongst his running friends. There weren’t many options for sports drinks in the early 70’s and the options that were available were very high and sugar and sodium. Bill wanted his friends to be able to run as far and fast as they wished without getting dehydrated or sick from a heavy commercial beverage. After a few trials and getting his formula “just right” he knew he was onto something as his friends continued to ask for some of that “Gookin Stuff.” Despite the thought process of the day (“more sugar and more sodium is better”) taking root in the sports community, Bill continued to make his product. He held the belief that one day science would catch up with commercials and consumers would start to see that an isotonic sports drink was the best way to stay hydrated. And that is just what happened.

    Many teams, professional athletes and search and rescue organizations started using our product. The Rangers at the Grand Canyon started using Vitalyte (yes we changed our name in the early 2000’s) to administer to those hikers suffering from dehydration. In fact one of those Rangers emailed us recently saying, “We saved lives, literally, with Gookinaid.” Bill’s motivation to continue in business was exactly testimonials such as these. Stories like these come through our email daily and we are so fortunate our consumers share their experiences with us. We know with each product shipment that goes out of our warehouse we are helping people stay hydrated and safe and that is the best way to celebrate any birthday!

  • Official Electrolyte Drink of Play TGA Beach Cities Summer Camp 2018

    TGA Beach Cities Summer Camp 2018

    Vitalyte is proud to be the official electrolyte drink of TGA Beach Cities 2018 summer camps! TGA Beach Cities offers seven sports programs your child can participate in. Campers are not only taught the sports skills they need to excel, but also learn important lessons to promote sportsmanship and leadership. The “Blueprint For Fun” includes Teach, Grow and Achieve. Camps are designed around a variety of activities including game based instruction, STEAM labs and sports training. Each year TGA Beach Cities strives to improve the summer camp experience for its campers. They have added new sports, handpicked the most professional coaches and updated their daily station lessons and games. This year they have expanded their efforts to include quality food and drink choices to be served. Vitalyte electrolyte replacement drink will be available to all campers to help insure a safe and enjoyable experience in the summer sun. For more information on TGA Beach Cities including sports offered, registration and session times please visit www.playtga.com/BeachCities.

  • Road Trip With Vitalyte Electrolyte Replacement

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    As the weather is starting to warm up and summer is just over the ridge, we thought it was a great time to share with you some stories about Vitalyte on the road. Whether it is a day drive up the coast or a long trip for some much needed expansion and exploration, Vitalyte can be your electrolyte replacement drink of choice. After all you will need to stay fueled for the adventure ahead!

    Gage Brymer is one our Team Vitalyte members whose work takes him to many corners of the globe. As a professional tennis player, this recent UCLA graduate asks his body to be at its best even under less than ideal heat situations. Grinding out a three set match when temps are near 100 degrees on the court isn’t ideal but he knows it is part of the job description. And with the help of his favorite grape Vitalyte the Southern California native doesn’t let the rising mercury get the best of him. Gage is currently traveling playing tournaments. From Greece to Egypt and places beyond he’s earning coveted ATP points and putting in some miles as his home is where his tennis shoes take him for the next eight weeks.

    Team Vitalyte member Joe Frank chooses his bike over a plane as his way to see some new terrain. A former Navy Seal candidate, Frank suffered two broken legs when he was in a car that was hit by a drunk driver. Wheelchair bound for several months during the recovery, the San Diegan was determined to return to sports. Currently training for one of the most grueling ultra endurance events in the world, The Race Across America, Joe will race from Oceanside, California to Annapolis, Maryland starting June 12th and finishing June 25th. Now that’s a lot of miles in twelve days and cool citrus Vitalyte will be fueling Joe all 3000 of them!

    Beau Treyz takes his road trips through the words of others so to speak. This Team Vitalyte member played NCAA Division 1 tennis at the University of Nebraska. Always being one who liked to know more about his favorite athletes, this Florida native started a podcast called “What Do You Get” ( www.whatdoyougetpod.com/podcast ). Beau shares his interviews with sports personalities both known and not known so well. What they all have in common is a story behind their success and the impact they have had not only on their sport but in their communities. Beau will take you down some exciting and thought-provoking roads and show you some “hidden scenery.”

    James Leitner VitalyteVitalyte friend and humanitarian James Leitner has had a somewhat “unconventional” way of seeing some twists and turns in the states. The 24 year old from Scotch Plains, New Jersey is the founder of Mission Clean Water. James developed the non-profit to bring awareness to the number of people in developing countries who don’t have easy access to clean water. In 2017 Leitner walked a 143 day journey from New Jersey to San Francisco. He walked a marathon each day while pulling ten gallons of water behind him in a small buggy. The ten gallons was not a random number. Instead James picked it precisely as it represents the average amount of water a family in Tanzania needs daily. The 3000 miles represents the average number of miles someone will walk in Tanzania each year just to get clean water. You can read more about James’ journey to raise awareness at www.missioncleanwater.org or visit the Vitalyte blog about his actions that have created a global ripple at http://www.vitalyte.com/news/electrolyte-replacement/vitalyte-electrolyte-replacement-formula-is-proud-to-support-missioncleanwater/

    So if that sun strewn street is tempting you to follow it a little further this time of year, grab your favorite flavor of Vitalyte, some inspiration from the Vitalyte friends you just read about and head out that door! If you’re inclined to share your story with us we encourage you to visit our website and submit it. We look forward to hearing how you road trip with Vitalyte!

  • Vitalyte Electrolyte Replacement Formula is Proud to Support MissionCleanWater

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    James LeitnerTo James Leitner water is more than just hydrogen and oxygen. Water represents hours of long travel and the difference between life and death. The 24 year old is the founder of Mission Clean Water, a non-profit organization dedicated to help those without clean, accessible drinking water. Growing up in Scotch Plains, New Jersey, Leitner had an “ah ha moment” his junior year of high school. He learned in class many people didn’t have easy access to clean water. With New Jersey being the Garden State, all that green was fed by a consistent abundance of water so why couldn’t everyone have access to this vital element? He started fundraising for several non-profits and in 2014 he traveled to Tanzania with the Philadelphia Serengeti Alliance to learn more about the well systems people maintained there. In September of 2017 this environmental science major started on a 143 day journey that would take him from New Jersey to San Francisco. He walked a marathon each day while pulling ten gallons of water behind him. The ten gallons represented the average amount of water a small family needs in Tanzania for daily needs. The distance coast to coast Leitner walked symbolized the total amount a person in Tanzania walks in one year just to get water. Even though his walk is completed, his journey is not over. James will travel to Kenya to personally visit The James Leitner Rainwater Collection System at Kaliini Secondary School. The collection system was donated by UPS’s “Delivered Wishes” campaign as a way to recognize James’ cause. Vitalyte electrolyte replacement formula is proud to support MissionCleanWater’s upcoming fundraiser on March 25th. They will be hosting a virtual run in honor of World Water Day to raise awareness about the need for clean water. For more information or participate please visit www.missioncleanwater.org

  • Team Vitalyte Announces its Newest Members Hunter and Yates Johnson

    Hunter and Yates Team Vitalyte Vitalyte is proud to announce Hunter and Yates Johnson as the newest members of Team Vitalyte. This up and coming American doubles team has been playing tennis since they were old enough to hold a racquet. Born in Taos New Mexico, the twins participated in many sports when including skiing, hockey and baseball. At the age of twelve, the Johnson family relocated to Phoenix so the boys could have the advantage of playing tennis year round. While in Arizona, Hunter and Yates won three consecutive state doubles titles before moving to Texas for their senior year. During the final year of high school, the twins added another state doubles title to their collection of victories before setting their sights on their college career at SMU. While playing for the Peruna’s, the boys set a school record for the most doubles wins and were ranked as high as 12th in the nation. Since graduating from college in May of 2017, the team has risen to 390 in the ATP doubles rankings with seven tournament victories. Hunter and Yates started using Vitalyte as their electrolyte replacement drink of choice when they were fourteen years old. They were introduced to the product when they were ball boys at the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells and haven’t used anything else since then. These rising stars “believe in the product” and “are committed to becoming the next great American doubles team.” They have trained with the legendary Bob and Mike Bryan, “It’s a twin thing,” as the boys put it. When Hunter and Yates Johnson aren’t on the court they enjoy hanging with their dog, sharpening their ping pong skills or finding some time to wake board. Vitalyte wishes them the best this season and will be cheering from the sidelines as they Electrolyte It Up!

  • Vitalyte Electrolyte Replacement Drink; What Do You Get with Beau Treyz

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    Professional athletes are sometimes wrongly said to have “an easy life,” where all they have to do is “travel and get paid for playing” a sport. Media portrayal often doesn’t reveal the gravel road many athletes take in pursuit of their goals. The desire to have fans see “behind the scenes” of the free-throw making and ace serving individual on the court is what drives Team Vitalyte member Beau Treyz to produce his podcast “What Do You Get” ( whatdoyougetpod.com ) . The 2014 Big Ten Doubles Champion had an experience while playing tennis for the University Of Nebraska that got “his wheels spinning.” The Husker tennis team and the basketball team shared time at the weight room. Naturally the teams got to chat in between sets at the bench press. Beau met Tai Webster, a 6’4” guard from Auckland New Zealand. Webster was a four star recruit who had gained international acclaim as a teenager when he represented his country at the FIBA World Cup and Olympic Qualifiers. Of course there was pressure on him while in college. As Beau and Tai talked and the tennis player got to know the basketball player, Beau wished “there was a way he could get the fans to understand that there’s a lot more going on on-court. There are math finals and sometimes you are sick. It’s just not what you see.” And thus What Do You Get was born. Fans got to be a different kind of sixth man and get a feeling for what do you get when you’re a high-level athlete. What are they feeling? What are they experiencing? And what Beau has concluded from producing his podcasts is that “No matter where you are in the world people are making the best with what they have.” The basketball player on the court is making the best with the pulled hamstring while the restaurant owner down the street is making the best with having a packed house when three employees called in sick. While sports viewers may see two tennis players battle over a tough game, take a break, sip on an electrolyte replacement drink, and change sides, it isn’t always just that easy. They aren’t seeing the hours in the weight room, the countless flights and connections, or the frustration of an injury. Beau is changing what is being seen, and his guests are loving talking!

    “Usually when I meet with someone to interview I am thinking they are going to be able to give me ten to fifteen minutes of their time and then we will be done. But I am finding we will sit down to talk and an hour later, we are still talking.” Beau’s guests include Rich Gannon (former NFL MVP), Rajeev Ram (career high 11 in ATP World Rankings in doubles), Richard Muscio (philanthropist, WTA tournament owner) and Guillermo Canas (former 8th ATP ranked tennis player in the world). Treyz, who handles all of his own production, says of his podcast, “It is the most fun thing I do besides tennis and working out.” And this Florida native is well aware of the gifts his podcast has provided him. “I learn something from every podcast. I have come to realize that there is a lesson in every interview. Doing the podcast has helped me handle the frustration of my own tennis injury better. I know a lot of others athletes have dealt with being injured and I’m not the only one. I have learned all we can do is make the most of what we have.”

    Beau said one of his guests, Guillermo Canas, who beat Federer twice in a row and rose to eighth in the world, shed a lot of light on the situation of the professional athlete. The Argentinian said his goal was to get in the top ten in the world. It was so tough for him to crack but when he finally went from thirteenth to eighth, he thought a lot would change but nothing really did. It was the same players, hitting tough forehands and training hard. Just because the goal was reached, the work continued. The journey to the eighth spot is really what it was all about. That ranking was to Canas as getting a promotion from manager to director is to the marketing employee. And according to Beau, that is exactly what he enjoys about his podcast. He is learning what you do get, from life.

  • Improve Your Hydration in 2018, Trade Your Vintage for an Electrolyte Replacement Drink

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    You swear every year this IS the year you WILL stick to your resolution. In the gym by 6am, sugary foods are a thing of the past and you are going to improve your hydration by trading your favorite vintage for an electrolyte replacement drink. You have taken the oath in front of golden retriever so you have witnesses. You mean business! So why with all this great intended effort do 92 percent of all new year’s resolutions fail? Unless you have a personalized licensed plate that reads “8prcntr,” it’s likely your favorite furry friend will be reminding you just eight weeks into 2018 you aren’t living up to your end of the deal!

    So what is behind this astonishing attrition rate? After all, your mother always told you to keep your word. You are on time to work everyday, you never miss your friends’ birthdays, and there isn’t a dinner reservation that has ever slipped your mind. You are the Brett Favre of reliability to show on game day. Well we have a few theories on why the luster of these whole-hearted intentions loses its shine.

    The Focus On Negativity

    If you think about it, many of the resolutions we make are formed in a negative connotation.

    • “I have to lose weight”
    • “I don’t want to be stressed”
    • “I have to stop spending so much money”

    The negativity in turn becomes stressful in and of itself because you are focusing on things you “can’t” or “don’t want” to do. Remember when your parents told you “you can’t be out past 10pm.” Didn’t it make you a little upset and tempted you to force the envelope a little? So instead rephrase your goals to sound something like this:

    • “I would like to get in better shape”
    • “Being stress-free is what I’m shooting for”
    • “It’s easy to save money”

    Resolutions Are Too Strict

    Making resolutions that are too strict is a sure way to set oneself up for failure. Being in the gym at 6am may not be realistic every day. Instead set yourself up for success by taking your situation into consideration. If you aim to get into better shape, give yourself the freedom to get your exercise in when its reasonable. Also, don’t force yourself onto a fitness timeline. Studies show that people who lose weight over time as compared to those who crash diet and crash exercise, keep the weight off longer. There’s something to be said about slow and steady winning the race.

    The “Why” Behind The Commitment

    If you can find the reason why you are making a resolution, chances are you will devote yourself to the goal longer. Having some “skin in the game” or a sense of true personal commitment definitely motivates one to stick to something longer. For instance if your goal is to get into better shape find out your reasoning why you want to become more fit. Is it to look better, do you want to feel better, or do you want to live a healthier lifestyle? If you can be honest with yourself regarding your motivating factors, chances are you can make a deeper commitment. After spending some time talking it over with yourself you might realize your desire to “look better” is fine, but your desire to be good to yourself and live a healthier lifestyle is even stronger. That commitment to oneself is what will motivate you to the finish line!

    We hope 2018 is a great year for you whether your resolutions are carried through to December 31st or not. If you’re an “8prcntr” congratulations! And if not, remember Rome wasn’t built in a day and the Italians sure know how to live the good life: A little wine, great food, good friends and plenty of R & R!

  • How Electrolyte Replacement Drinks can Help Holiday Stress

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    You’ve read so many articles on how to “manage stress” during the holidays you can’t bring yourself to gaze over one more. It is very similar to how you feel when it comes time for pumpkin pie after the massive plate of turkey, potatoes and green beans you devoured-you are simply stuffed! But you manage to make room for just one more article because maybe this time you will actually come across something that helps. This is our version of how to beat holiday stress. And when we say beat stress we are not talking about the kind of “if I am nice to it, it will go away” approach. We are talking about an all-encompassing approach that provides insight into stress triggers and provides proven coping methods, nutrition pointers, tips on staying hydrated with an electrolyte replacement drink, and much more.

    Stress triggers do vary from person to person, but during the holidays there are triggers that tend to affect the majority of us. The most dreaded events include:

    • Crowds
    • Waiting in line
    • Fear of going into holiday debt
    • Traveling
    • Meeting holiday obligations
    • Having to attend parties/gatherings you don’t really want to go to
    • Trying to “do it all”

    Other items that seem to be on the “not so fun list” for some of us include:

    • Holiday weight gain
    • Having to spend time with “certain relatives”
    • And just simply “having to be in a good mood” when you’re tired and stressed

    So after you finish squeezing your SUV into a “compact” space of the over crowded mall parking lot, take a deep breath because there are solutions to all off the above stressors. Experts have found that a few small changes can greatly change how we respond to the things that frustrate us most during the holidays. Here are some of our favorite stress-busting reducers.

    Give Up On Perfection

    That’s right it’s time to hang up your angel wings. Chances are they need a little refresher! All that rushing around and worrying about pleasing everyone can put a crink in even the most perfect pair of flyers. There might be a few people who will be disappointed you didn’t bring your famous layer cake to the office party. But believe me, your body would prefer you spend the time doing something relaxing instead of trying to score an A plus in everyone’s book!

    Change Your Outlook

    Once you realize people are still going to like you even if you aren’t perfect, changing your outlook on situations is easier. Suddenly RSVPing “Won’t Attend” to a holiday function doesn’t riddle you with guilt like it might have before. Also, it is easier to maintain a positive outlook when the world isn’t resting on your shoulders.

    Focus On What You Can Control

    Experts know our anxiety decreases when we feel we have some control or say in a situation. You may not be able to control how your in-laws get along at the holiday dinner, but you can control your response to the situation. For example, if the typical arguing ensues over who cooks a better roast, instead of feeling your head start to pound and hoping that everyone would just “get along,” take a deep breathe and know this situation is between only those engaged in the arguing. You can’t control their reactions but you can control yours.

    Don’t Worry About What Things “Should Be”

    If you find yourself spending a lot of time hoping your co-worker doesn’t bring their annoying spouse to the holiday party, you may want to re-think your mental “energy spend.” The holidays are a period where we come into contact with many people we normally wouldn’t chose to spend time with. Worrying about how things “should be” only adds to the stress many people experience from November through January. Instead, shift your effort from focusing on the negative (Why do I have to spend my evening with Cynthia’s annoying husband) to ways you can make a positive impact. Spend some time volunteering at the local animal shelter or donate food to a nearby food bank. Just shifting your “energy spend” can help those who really deserve the attention this time of year.

    Support Yourself Nutritionally And Physically

    Yes between gift shopping, additional grocery runs and your daily work obligations, the holidays can stretch you physically. However, skipping your spin class so you can finish sending out the party invites isn’t going to help you in the long run. We all know exercise is a proven stress reducer. So why skimp on this powerful tension buster? Usually it’s because people run out of time during the holidays and consider working out a “luxury spend.” Well time to stop that thought process in its tracks. Your priority during the holiday should be to ENJOY the season. Make of list of what helps you enjoy the holiday? I bet “being in a bad mood because I didn’t get my endorphin high” is not on that list. So this holiday make sure you get to the gym or lace up your tennies for a brisk walk. And don’t forget to stay hydrated. The colder dryer weather means you need an electrolyte replacement drink to keep your cells fighting the good fight.

    I hope you found some nuggets in this article and you enjoy a simpler, more relaxed holiday season. Oh, and if you think about reaching for those angel wings, I think they are happy hanging right where they are!

    - Milena Glusac is the VP Of Marketing for Vitalyte Sports Nutrition. A former world-class distance runner and freelance sports broadcaster, Ms. Glusac learned a long time ago you can’t be perfect and trying to do so is exhausting.

  • Causes of Dehydration; Electrolyte Replacement Drinks Can Help

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    Just because the calendar month says October and the temps are starting to drop doesn’t mean we can let up on the oh so important 8 glasses a day! You’re probably scrambling to find a Halloween costume that serves dual purposes, warmth and the spook-factor. So while you’re out shopping you may want to pick up some electrolyte replacement drinks. We all know that when it is hot outside our chances of becoming dehydrated significantly increase. However, there are many other causes of dehydration other than just warm climate temperatures. Here are some to be aware of:

    Air Conditioning:

    The dried air pulls moisture from your lungs as you breathe, similar to desert temperatures. The relative humidity of air conditioned air is lower, making it dryer. As much as it feels good to crank up the AC in the office, make sure you’re doing something to combat the effect of the indoor tundra your co-workers hate you for.

    Airplane Travel:

    Low air pressure in airplanes combined with air conditioning during flight is a serious combination for dehydration. So if you order that rum and coke on a long flight make sure you have your water bottle close at hand.

    Antihistamines, Decongestants and Prescription Medications:

    We know that the fall can stir up airborne allergies. Plus those nasty colds that come with the changing temperatures may send you searching the aisles of the drugstore for some cough medicine. Antihistamines and decongestants tend to dehydrate the cells and can make us feel drowsy. If allergies and or a bug are keeping you up at night, you’d be wise to listen to your mom and have that extra bowl of chicken soup. The broth liquid will do you good! Oh and remember prescribed medications can also be dehydrating because many act as diuretics or have dehydration as a side effect.

    Altitude:

    You are really looking forward to your snowboard trip. You’ve trained hard in the gym and you’re a lean mean fighting machine. You’re determined this time you will conquer that bunny slope! You might go a little easier on yourself once you hear this. When you’re at altitude your heart rate automatically increases and your breathing increases in order to cope with the decreased oxygen levels. No matter how hard you train at sea level, once you get up to altitude your body will need time to adjust. So while you’re working a little harder than expected to ride your toe side edge, don’t worry. But do make sure after you grab an isotonic sports drink when you’re in the lodge.

    Caffeine:

    Sometimes showing up in the form of “Joe,” “Matcha,” “English Breakfast,” “Pop,” or the almighty “Macchiato,” caffeine provides us with one of those love/hate relationships. That beloved kickstart in the morning is my favorite part of the day. Oh but the slight headache after the second or third cup while at my office is not so nice. Yes we all know that caffeine is a diuretic and causes us to lose fluids. So if you like to indulge then do your kidneys a favor and increase your water intake. Ideally 8 ounces for every 4 ounces of caffeinated beverage you consume.

    Alcohol:

    I hate to tell you but your favorite concoction does have a dehydrating effect on the body. So if you’re looking to improve the look of your skin, stave off mental dullness and have better overall energy, you might want to consider drinking 8 ounces of hydrating liquid for every alcohol drink you consume. And no the cranberry juice you add to your vodka does not count as a hydrating liquid. Think water, think broths, and of course we want you to think Vitalyte. But seriously, get hydrated after a hard night out. Alcohol pulls water from the tissues and directly affects the stomach, liver and brain. And we want you to keep that grey matter functioning on all twelve cylinders!

    Low-Carb Diets:

    When you eliminate carbs from your diet you tend to lose weight. Well here’s what really happens. Carbs and fluids are stored in your cell. So when you take out the carbs you tend to lose water as well. Plus often times on low-carb diets people decrease their intake of fruit, which offers a good source of liquid. We’re sorry to break it to you but if you are following a low-carb diet you will want to surely increase your liquid intake. While a few pounds might go back on the scale, it’s just water and that is a good thing!

    Exercise:

    It’s great for lowering blood pressure, reducing stress, and combating your risk of diseases such as diabetes. But before you hit the trail, court or studio, make sure you bone up on H20. Not only does the sweat you’re about to have account for water loss, but so does the engine rev you’re about to give your body. The increased demand on your muscles, heart, lungs and cells all call for fluid, fluid, fluid. Oh and don’t be so quick to grab a green juice or freshly squeezed fruit juice to help you cool down post-workout. The high potassium and high sugar content doesn’t create the isotonic environment your cells need in order for fluid to be rapidly absorbed. We suggest spring water, distilled water with electrolytes added, or ideally Vitalyte.

    Well there you have it. I hope you’re motivated to keep hydrated. If you’d like to know more about our formulas please visit www.Vitalyte.com. And do have a safe and fun Halloween!

  • Vitalyte is excited to be Beau Treyz Electrolyte Replacement Drink of Choice

    Beau Treyz team vitalyteWelcome aboard the newest member of Team Vitalyte, Beau Treyz. Beau is a pro tennis player who is currently ranked number 1502 in the ATP World Rankings. The Florida resident graduated from the University of Nebraska where he was crowned the 2014 Big Ten Doubles Champion after his win at the conference finals. While a Cornhusker, Beau started his podcast, “What Do You Get?” The standout doubles player started the podcast because he wanted athletes to be seen in a new light, focusing on the person and not just their athletic accomplishments. The show has featured greats including Rich Gannon, former NFL MVP and Andrew White III from the Cleveland Cavaliers. There is a new show each week and listening in is a fantastic way to keep up with Beau’s tennis career and travels all while getting to learn some interesting facts about your favorite athletes. Vitalyte is excited to be Beau’s electrolyte replacement drink of choice.

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