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Written by    Friday, 03 December 2010 17:06    PDF Print E-mail
Remember to hydrate when it's cold






It’s the time of the year when a lot of us are doing runs and rides in cooler conditions.  You may not be losing much fluid through perspiration, but cold, dry air can still dehydrate you very quickly.  Depending on how cold the weather is, it can be quite uncomfortable to try and drink from a water-bottle.  Your fingers may even be too cold to squeeze the bottle effectively.  In cases like that, it is very important to drink more than you would like before and after the workout.

If you’re extremely hard-core and ride in temperatures where your

water bottle actually freezes, the best thing to do is mix a slightly stronger than normal drink – First Endurance EFS, for example.  The sugars and electrolytes will not only help keep you hydrated and topped up calorically, but the solution will keep the fluid drinkable.  Then again, they make some pretty darn good indoor trainers nowadays!

So, the next time you’re out riding or running in cold weather and you start feeling a little lethargic, think about the fluids you’ve taken in; it’s possible you could be running on empty.  Your body needs to be hydrated in order to function at its optimal level. If there isn’t enough liquid in your body, essential functions like circulation don’t go as smoothly as they should.  Proper hydration will also help regulate body temperature and keep you in a good mood. If you haven’t been drinking enough water, you can feel tired, cranky, or irritable. You might even imagine that you’re hungry, when your body is actually craving is water.

Drink up,

Team Wurtele

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