"It's like driving a car around town, if you don't watch your gas gauge it will be too late and you'll be empty," said Project Coordinator Jean Luprano. "You need to know whether to slow down or if you can go faster."
Monitoring levels of sodium, potassium, sweat rates and sweat pH is all within reach. Understanding how to interpret and adjust per the data is still to be determined. Medical applications for diabetics and obese children are also being pursued.
"imbedded"? constructive criticism: this site would probably seem considerably more professional if you used correct spelling. :p
This is pathetic. I hope they test with more subjects than those two, especially Tiger Woods. Although, I've heard it can get pretty sweaty walking those golf courses. It is not as if you can stop during the middle of a game or match when you detect that your hydration level is becoming low.