As summer gets into full swing, it’s more important than ever to keep an eye on your hydration. Without it, your body can’t produce the sweat it needs to regulate your core body temperature during workouts. This can lead to dehydration, leaving you dealing with dizziness, muscle cramps, headaches and even heat stroke.
Here are some worthwhile water-drinking tips to beat the summer heat:
If you exercise for longer than 60 minutes at a high intensity and/or in extreme conditions, consider a sports drink during and after your workout to replenish your body with the fluid, nutrients and valuable electrolytes it requires.
– Life Fitness