Ep 25 – Improve Your Performance [with Hydration and Electrolytes]

Improve your performance with proper hydration and electrolyte balance.

hydration and electrolytesIn this live talk with a running group at Foot Traffic in Portland, Oregon, Glenn discusses the performance benefits of proper hydration and electrolyte balance.

Being properly hydrated with balanced electrolytes is important for many reasons: good health, immune system support, proper elimination of waste and to prevent constipation, having more energy and improved performance in athletics.

 

During This Talk, Glenn Answers the Following Questions About Hydration and Electrolytes:Live Fit | Improve your performance

  • What should I eat during a long run?
  • how much electrolytes should I take?
  • How do I know if I’ve taken enough electrolytes?
  • How do I know if I’ve drunk enough water?
  • What are good food sources of electrolytes?
  • What about sports drinks?
  • What about caffeine?

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Be sure to stick around to the end for the Q&A session.

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If you would like to improve your performance, in athletics, speed, weight loss, and muscle strength, and increase your energy level, follow these guidelines on proper hydration and electrolyte balance.

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Resources:

  • For more information about hydration and electrolytes, I suggest this blog post by Valerie Tonner.

 

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