• Exercise can result in high sweat rates,¬†substantial water and electrolyte losses, particularly in warm or hot weather. If sweat water and electrolyte losses are not replaced, the individual will dehydrate during physical activity. Dehydration in excess of 2% of body weight consistently impairs aerobic exercise performance. ¬† How much should I drink when I am exercising? It is difficult to recommend a specific fluid and electrolyte replacement schedule because of the different exercise condition
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    On September 18, 2014
    Consumption of cold beverages during prolonged exercise in the heat improves body temperature and performance. It is well known that exercising in hot environments can increase core body temperature e