Dehydration can hurt your performance due to its adverse effects on muscle coordination, endurance, and causes fatigue. Staying hydrated means drinking plenty of water before during and after exercise. Weigh yourself before and after exercise to determine how much water you need to replace.
Guidelines for Staying Hydrated
Consequences of Dehydration
Don’t rely on thirst as an indicator of dehydration. Once you are thirsty you are already at least 3% dehydrated.
Foods to Replace Sodium:
How to tell if you’re hydrated
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Fluid Needs for Activity