Not All Hydration Methods Are Equal.

Hydration Myths

Misconceptions about optimal hydration can negatively impact our actions and overall health. Here are a few facts that may surprise you.



Consuming sports drinks are the best way to hydrate

Pure water absorbs faster than any other liquid - can be absorbed within 5-10 minutes after consumption

Thirst is the best indicator of hydration

By the time you feel thirsty, you’re probably already dehydrated

Drink as much water as you can to avoid dehydration - 8 glasses of water a day will do the trick!

75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated - many factors, including activity level, biometrics, and environment impact hydration.

Active Hydration Science

Hydration isn’t just a supporting player; it’s the star quarterback for optimal performance. The FluidLogic™ Active Hydration™ systems takes a personalized approach, combining simplicity with cutting-edge water dosing technology to provide on-demand hydration tailored to your needs. With precise small doses delivered at the touch of a button during any activity, Active Hydration ensures your body receives the right amount of water to function at its best, even in harsh conditions.

Hydration Equilibrium

Optimal hydration is the sweet spot between dehydration and over-hydration. Drinking too much water at once is as bad for you as being dehydrated.

High Peak Performance
Faster Recovery Time
Increased Mental Acuity
Consistent Endurance
Better Fluid Absorption
Injury Prevention

Clinical Results Prove Performance

Our technology has been clinically proven. One study tracked different hydration vitals and various racing performance statistics of 25 professional race car drivers. They used the FluidLogic Hydration System vs. a traditional water bottle and drinking straw.

Monitored Clinical Study

Performance Results

In the Indy500, competitors are willing to pay $100k for every 1/10th of a second advantage in a race where the winner is determined in fractions of seconds.


The Proof is at the Finishline


2023 Long Beach Grandprix Winners

(1st-3rd Place Winners)

FluidLogic Users


2023 Daytona Champion

Ricky Stenhouse. Jr.

FluidLogic User


'21 &'22 Vegas to Reno Champion

Ryan Arciero

FluidLogic User

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