The American College of Sports Medicine notes that drinking water helps functioning of the joints and body tissues, the regulation of body temperature, and the transportation of nutrients.
But some of us don’t drink enough, says Nancy Clark, R.D., a sports nutritionist and author of Nancy Clark’s Sports Nutrition Guide Book. Here’s how to get it right.
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Did you know that your muscles generate heat when you exercise. To counteract, your body discards heat by sweating. When the sweat evaporates, it cools the tissue beneath the skin. Lot’s of sweating reduces your bodies water levels, and can effect bodily functions, which is why it’s important to replenish fluids during strenous workouts.
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