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“We have recently added two new product lines to the Skylite Cafe. Although I may be biased, these are some of my favorite products we have ever added…”

 – Kristen Napolitano

Get Naked and Stay Salty at Fitness Incentive!

We have recently added two new product lines to the Skylite Cafe. Although I may be biased, these are some of my favorite products we have ever added for several reasons.
1. Well, for starters, they are delicious.
2. They are some of the cleanest products on the market, and,
3. They make you feel amazing! And I am not just saying this – LMNT and NAKED are founded on science, and their products have been well-researched and proven to be some of the most effective products on the market.

Get Hydrated The Right Way

Our newest product is the LMNT electrolyte drink mix. For many years, adding sodium to your diet has been frowned upon, but recently, the science behind this is not as black and white as it once seemed. LMNT contains 1000 mg sodium, 200 mg potassium, 60 mg magnesium, and zero sugar. This bold yet simple formula is based on the latest scientific literature. This science-backed ratio allows you to get enough of these vital minerals without throwing off your body’s very particular electrolyte balance.

The ultimate goal of LMNT is to replenish electrolytes lost through sweat during exercise or hot weather, and it can be beneficial for various reasons:

Hydration: LMNT contains sodium, potassium, and magnesium, essential electrolytes for maintaining proper hydration levels in the body. When you sweat, you lose these electrolytes along with water. Replenishing them helps restore electrolyte balance and improves hydration.
Electrolyte Balance: Electrolytes like sodium, potassium, and magnesium are essential for various bodily functions, including nerve signaling, muscle contraction, and maintaining fluid balance. Adding LMNT to your water helps ensure you’re getting an adequate intake of these electrolytes, which is especially important during periods of increased physical activity or in hot weather.
Performance: Proper hydration and electrolyte balance are crucial for athletic performance. Dehydration and electrolyte imbalances can lead to decreased exercise performance, muscle cramps, and fatigue. LMNT helps support hydration and electrolyte balance, potentially improving performance during workouts or sports activities.
Recovery: After intense exercise, it’s important to replenish lost fluids and electrolytes to support recovery. LMNT provides a convenient way to replenish electrolytes quickly and efficiently, helping to accelerate recovery and reduce post-exercise fatigue.
Many of the trainers and employees at FI will tell you it is now a staple in their day-to-day, and overall, it just makes you feel AMAZING! Try a stick for yourself—we have multiple flavors—for just $2, and you will be thanking us!

Get Naked at Fitness Incentive

Our other new product line is Naked Nutrition. The Naked Nutrition vision is to help support your health and fitness goals by sourcing premium ingredients, using as few of them as possible, and being transparent so you know exactly what’s going into your body. It’s that simple. If you are looking to get a protein shake with the cleanest ingredients, look no further. We are now carrying Naked Whey protein in multiple flavors, along with Naked Fiber, Naked Collagen, and Naked Creatine, all of which can be added to your custom shake.

I will even let you in on a little secret and give you Cor’s tried and true favorite shake shhhhhh…

  • Naked Whey
  • Water
  • Naked Fiber
  • Naked Collagen
  • Mixed berries
  • Flax Seed


About the Author


Kristen Napolitano

Among her many roles, Kristen Napolitano manages the Skylight Cafe at Fitness Incentive

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