Ice Your Workout Water For Better Performance

You don’t need to drink a lot of water when you heat up but you need to check the temperature.

Research1 from the University of Montana addresses the connection between fluid volume and fluid temperature during workouts in the heat. The study, published in Wilderness & Environmental Medicine, says an ice slurry/water mixture was as effective as ambient water even when consumed in half the quantity. However, researchers pointed out the importance of rest as well.
 

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