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Ice Bears success, is it in the water?

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Ice Bears success, is it in the water?
By Rick Russo - WVLT Sports


It’s not hibernation, but hydration that may be helping the team

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) - You may have heard the expression when something’s going right maybe it’s because of what’s in the water. Well, with the Ice Bears at the Knoxville Civic Coliseum, that just might be the case.

It’s called Liquid I.V. an electrolyte drink mix which is said to have three times the electrolytes a lot of sports drinks. In fact, one stick and 16 ounces of water, and you’ve got the hydration they say, of drinking three bottles of water. Hydration that’s critical in the sport of hockey.

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I know someone that has been drinking this stuff for about 2 years.  It is fabulous.  It works terrific for athletes replenishing fluids.  It is a magic elixir for anyone on a hot day.  You can drink one or two of these and not feel the effects of heat and dehydration later.  It's great for fishermen, gardeners, etc.

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