Rafa Nadal hydrates with seawater in his tennis matches

Rafael Nadal has won the 2022 Australian Open in a match that seemed destined for defeat. Cramps, dehydration and physiotherapy assistance have been present in Melbourne. He himself says it was one of the most exciting matches of his career and not for nothing.

The victory against Daniil Medvedev has led him to become the first male tennis player to win 21 Grand Slams and enter the Guinness Book of World Records. If he was once considered by many to be a legend, now everyone is clear.

Maintaining good physical performance is a constant in the lives of sportsmen and women. To do so, they have to follow good eating habits, specific physical training and a great mental preparation.

Rafa Nadal has a sportsman's mentality and an active lifestyle. One of his habits is to drink seawater to hydrate his body during matches and benefit from its properties. Thanks to the sodium, potassium, silicon, magnesium, calcium, iodine and 78 minerals in this drink: it reduces fatigue, prevents cramps, muscle injuries and maintains a good psychological state. Staying mentally strong is easier when the body is recovered.

The seawater in every bottle of REFIX comes from a protected area in Galicia, Costa da Morte. In addition to being sustainable and environmentally friendly, it contributes to better physical performance. Many people are already aware of its restorative effects and use it as a hangover remedy. Its function as a recovery drink is more than proven.

Would you like to know more about REFIX? We have been interviewed by the digital newspaper Quincemil. You can read the full article here.
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