Introducing RooSense’s Interns

Introducing RooSense’s Interns

Join us in welcoming our newest interns at RooSense! We are excited to highlight these talented individuals and look forward to their contributions.  Justine May Justine May is a Chemical Engineering student attending the University of Akron. She has done...

How Well Do Different Beverages Keep Us Hydrated?

How Well Do Different Beverages Keep Us Hydrated?

Not All Beverages Were Created Equally  Not all beverages are treated equally by the body. Understanding how common drinks hydrate our bodies is of great importance, especially for athletes. The longer an athlete can retain fluids, the more is absorbed into the...

How to Make Water More Hydrating

How to Make Water More Hydrating

Savvy Ways to Get More From Your Water Pour You may find yourself reaching for a glass of plain water after your workout, but in order to achieve optimal rehydration, you need to have enough electrolytes too. For the most part, people receive electrolytes (including...

Electrolyte Essentials for Athletes

Electrolyte Essentials for Athletes

What are electrolytes? What do they do? Electrolytes are essential minerals like sodium, calcium, and potassium. The name “electrolyte” comes from the fact that these molecules conduct electricity when dissolved in water. These chemicals are vital to many of the...

How Much Water is Enough?

How Much Water is Enough?

RooSense wants you to know your hydration numbers. Learn all about what it takes to maintain healthy hydration numbers, so you can avoid dehydration and improve your fitness performance.

RooSense Thinks People Should Sweat Smarter – The Devil Strip

The goal is to create a sensor that will be similar to a Fitbit. The sensor would track hydration, sodium output, lactic acid buildup and other factors based on the contents of your sweat. That information would then be transferred to an app that would tell you just what you need to stay hydrated or when you might need to take a break.

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