Saturday, 5 November 2016

Rehydrate to get fit faster after workout

Eric Oliver, owner of Beyond Exercise, an athletic development and
physical therapy facility in Cincinnati says
"Replenishing your water is critical to optimize your recovery." It is
proven that sipping water after a workout helps your body's cells,
boosts circulation, and brings your body temperature back to normal.

It is recommended to drink 8 ounces before your workout, 7 to 10
ounces every 20 minutes during exercise, and 8 ounces afterward.

If you want to give your water a flavor taste, add a splash of 100%
fruit juice or a slice of lime fruit.

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