There are a lot of commercial sports drinks out there: Gatorade, Powerade and an ever-growing number of bizarre testosterone-loaded MAN drinks...like Monster (in danger-font...and you get the girls g-string, too. Creepers win!).
Though the obvious benefits of scoring some hot tail or a g-string to hang in your creeper closet are appealing, the ingredients in these marketing monsters are not. 27 grams of sugar per serving (three servings per can. I love type II Diabetes) and Taurine (a key ingredient in bile...ya know, that nasty yellow goo you see if you kick it way way too hard at a party and visit the porcelain god. It comes from the gallbladder and helps digest food. Surprisingly, tests have not shown an energy boost from taurine supplementation. But the writing on the can is still cool.)
Wins: Electrolytes are good. You need to replenish them during and after any strenuous, sweat-lodge type workout. Natural sources, as always, are best. Fruits are great sources of easily digestible nourishment post workout.
Not wins: Commercial sport drinks with insane advertising. Usually involving naked ladies (or men). Eat fruit instead. Save the naked people for when you watch porn. Or meet a real person.