Drink more Water


The more you exercise, the more important it is to drink the right amount of water before, during, & after your workouts.💪💦
People differ a lot in body size, how much they sweat, the type and amount of exercise they do, and the climate in which they exercise. So “one-glove-fits-all” rule cannot apply.
Dehydration can make it hard to get the most out of your workout, & in extreme situations, can even be dangerous to your health.
🚱Mild dehydration:
1⃣Be a little thirsty
2⃣Feel as if you have to work significantly harder to maintain your performance level
🚱🚱Severe dehydration:
1⃣Lightheadedness
2⃣Uncoordinated
3⃣Muscle cramps
4⃣Symptoms of heat exhaustion, & that can progress to heat stroke, which is potentially fatal & needs medical attention.
The good news👍 is that staying hydrated💦 during exercise really isn’t complicated for most people. If your typical exercise session is around 60 minutes or less, & doesn’t involve vigorous activity outdoors in hot, humid weather😓🚫, you probably don’t need to interrupt your exercise session for a drink unless you prefer to. A healthy, average-sized person can produce as much as 32 oz of sweat during an hour of moderate to vigorous indoor exercise. The goals of fluid intake during exercise is to prevent dehydration from occurring & to not drink in excess of one’s sweating rate.