Sodium Phosphate (200mg) and Potassium Phosphate (150mg) – Sodium and potassium are necessary electrolytes that are lost in sweat. They regulate blood volume, blood pressure, osmotic equilibrium and pH. They also are involved in signal transmission in neurons and transport of many compounds in the body such as glucose. Sodium and potassium may also delay the onset of cramping from intense exercise. Sims et al. (2007) discovered that pre-exercise ingestion of a high-sodium beverage increased plasma volume before exercise and involved less thermoregulation and perceived strain during exercise and increased exercise capacity in warm conditions.