“Remember to include both general and specific movements in your warm-up when possible. They both serve their own purposes and can help you get more out of your workout.”
No matter what you are doing, the summer heat causes us to sweat and lose fluid that our bodies need to be replaced. When we sweat there are some key nutrients or electrolytes that we lose. These electrolytes specifically are sodium, chloride and smaller amounts of potassium, magnesium and calcium. Throughout this article we will speak about why it is important to stay hydrated, what can happen if you are not hydrated and how much/what to drink to stay hydrated.