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Hydra Max

Hydra-Max - Trisport Pharma


  • Meets the requirements of the ideal thirst quencher.
  • Quickly supplements fluid deficiencies and provides sufficient energy, also at the end of the training session or competition.
  • During sporting activities, you perspire and lose fluids and electrolytes, as a result of which your capacity to perform diminishes.





  • During sporting activities, you not only lose fluids but also use up energy, as a result of which your muscles may experience a sugar deficiency. Hydra Max is a light hypotonic thirst quencher, which is composed such that its gives your body an optimal combination of water, sugars and electrolytes.
  • Hypotonic thirst quencher which quickly supplements water, sugars and electrolytes after the training session and competition.Hydra Max Trisport Pharma unidose
  • The purpose of a thirst quencher is to compensate for perspiration loss as well as supply energy, so that the athlete can continue to perform at a high level.
  • Preventing dehydration is essential during endurance‐based competitions because starting from a fluid loss of 2% of the body weight, the capacity to exert oneself starts decreasing sharply.
    During one hour of exercise, the average sportsperson loses about 500ml to 1 litre of fluid. In hot, humid circumstances, this can be double that quantity.
  • Try to drink 125 to 250 ml every 15 minutes in case of prolonged exercise. This is the recommended drinking schedule during training.
  • A good thirst quencher also contains electrolytes such as sodium, potassium, magnesium and chlorine, because these cause fluid to be absorbed faster into the blood stream than normal water, and the volume of blood is maintained.
  • A good thirst quencher contains between 60 to 80 gr of carbohydrates per litre.
    These carbohydrates must ensure that the glycogen reserves in the muscles are spared as far as possible and that the blood glucose level remains at the required level.
  • Our body can absorb maximum 60 gr of exogenous sugars per hour.
    In a recent study, Prof Dr Asker Jeukendrup demonstrates that it is best to use a “combination” of sugars in order to be able to generate maximum energy via carbohydrates.
  • Furthermore, it is also best if a thirst quencher has a neutral acidity level.
    Most thirst quenchers are acidic due to the extra citric acid or other organic acids added to improve the taste and to increase shelf life.
    An increased level of acidity can, however, curb gastric emptying, cause gastrointestinal problems and is harmful for the teeth.
  • In addition, vitamins do not serve any function in a thirst quencher because a vitamin deficiency does not occur within a period of a few hours.

Besides, vitamins increase the osmolarity of a thirst quencher and therefore have a negative effect on gastric emptying.

The ideal thirst quencher:

  • Is tasty.
  • Contains 60 to 80 gr carbohydrates per litre (a combination of different sugars is best) ‐ Contains sufficient electrolytes.
  • Has an osmolarity of 220 mOsmol/L.
  • Contains no vitamins, citric acid, caffeine or other additives.


Nutritional analysis. (per 100g)

Energie in kcal 380
Energie in kJ 1615
Carbohydrates 95
Protein -
Fats -


Ingrediëntenlijst per 100g

Nederlandse benaming Hoeveelheid
Fructose 10g
Dextrose 20g
Maltodextrin 65g
Sodium chloride (NaCl) 2g
Mono Potassium Phosphate (KH2PO4) 0,8g
Magnesium citrate Mg3(C6H5O7)2 0,2g
Pineapple aroma 0,8g
Tropical - Lemon aroma 1,2g

Packaging: Pot of 1kg, and single-dose sachets of 34,5 g (packed per 12)
Flavors: Lemon/Pineapple and Tropical