Don't mess around with soaring temperatures. These tips could save you a trip to the ER.
I’ve been at this game for a long time, and I am still amused when people ask what the key to success is.
Hydration is critical for most sports - but how do you determine what's best for you?
Bored with plain old water? I was too, so I decided to get creative.
Should you drink a specific amount of water per day or can you just drink when you're thirsty?
Drinking a ton of water and saving your weight cut for the last day is actually better than gradual dehydrating. In this case, slow and steady does not win the race.
A review of the research confirmed dehydration can significantly impact a variety of athletic markers.
It is often possible to catch yourself, take a breath, and recover. At other times you may pass out.
A new study suggests young athletes are more likely to be dehydrated, and won't necessarily stay hydrated even if water is available.
We know hydration is important and can directly affect our performance, but here's what you need to know about exactly how much to drink and when to keep you going at your best.
Hydration is important, but it's easier to restore than you think. New science shows all it takes is a couple glasses a water, not even an hour before your workout.
Do you know how to tell if you're hydrated versus dehydrated? Do you know all the ways it effects the body when you don't drink enough? Enhance your performance by drinking enough water!
Staying hydrated is a crucial element of any sport or training regimen, but what's the best way to do it? These 8 articles will help you choose the best products and avoid dehydration.
Drinking cold water during an intense workout is a good idea, according to new research from sports nutritionists. Cold water keeps your core temperature down and can help your performance.
We all know dehydration is bad for you, but did you know it directly impairs both your motor and cognitive abilities? Scientists recently proved this with a group of golf players.
Has it occurred to you today that you are thirsty? Guess what – by the time you experience the sensation of the thirst, you are already dehydrated. Find out how drinking water can change your life.