Our Formula

Launch Hydrate’s unique formula helps athletes achieve their peak performance at every critical moment.



Improved Focus

Science tells us that focus is what separates elite players from everyone else. The ability to consistently focus under pressure is a common trait of top athletes. Being able to focus on the things that help you perform your best is a skill anyone can learn, and Launch Hydrate with Cognizin® can help.

Did You Know?

Cognizin® Citicoline is a natural nootropic that has been clinically tested and found repeatedly to increase attention, psychomotor speed, and boost memory.*

Improved Focus

Game On

Rapid Hydration

Plain water is a great source of hydration, but L-Alanyl-L-Glutamine helps your body absorb electrolytes and water more efficiently for rapid and deep hydration that maintains peak performance.

Did You Know?

Dehydration—even a little—is a BIG DEAL! Studies show that almost every measurement of athletic physical performance (aerobic endurance, strength, power, speed, agility and reaction time) will decrease with as little as 2% dehydration. And new research suggests that even as little as 1% dehydration can impair your cognitive performance!*

Post Game

Faster Recovery

EVERYONE gets exhausted when they train and play hard, Launch Hydrate’s unique blend of electrolytes and L-Alanyl-L-Glutamine helps you stay active LONGER and bounce back FASTER, so your body is ready for the next game or practice.

Did You Know?

Our formula contains Sodium, Calcium, Potassium, and Magnesium and the quantities we include are far superior to other sports drinks (40% more than Prime and 250% more than Gatorade).

* Source: cognizin.com/en

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