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DID YOU KNOW - Kettlebell swings boost your metabolism and mood!.
They also strength your back, Abs, legs and glutes and burns a crazy amount of calories.
So just like "Ace" above - You gots to use your hips! 😜
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Hydration.. I know, sexy topic.
But, absolutely something that plays a pretty big part in your health, how you feel and potentially your performance.
Being dehydrated comes with a host of side effects (and it is much easier to become dehydrated than you probably think, if you’re thirsty, you’re probably already dehydrated). A feeling of lethargy, tiredness, headaches, light headed ness, dizziness, drop in cognitive function, dry mouth, lips and eyes are all symptoms of dehydration.
Fortunately, water isn’t the only way to hydrate, keep in mind your food can often contain a significant amount of water and have a net hydration effect.
Also, performance can be impaired as a result of being dehydrated (as little as 2%) now while ensuring being hydrated throughout exercise probably isn’t super important, making sure you’re hydrated before exercise is far more important to ensure optimal performance.
The most practical way of measuring whether you’re hydrated or not is through your urine and how it stacks up against the chart in my post. You want to aim to stay between 1-3 throughout the day. Obviously if you consume a lot of beetroot or have a multivitamin this can impact it.
Practical guidelines are pretty simple
- carry a water bottle with you at all times
- if you don’t like water, then opt for palatable drinks; Powerade zero, BCAAs mixes, milk
- maintain clear urine colour
- start exercise well hydrated, drink to thirst during exercise
- don’t forget about water content in foods (salads, vegetables, fruit, stews, soups etc)
This obviously simplifies hydration as a topic, but provides a decent overview and guidelines to implement.