Blogs about Drinking Water

Sunday, November 23, 2014 • Raleigh, NC 27612-3431
Karin Singleton's Blog
As a MELT instructor, I talk about hydration a lot. Water is what keeps the connective tissue happy and in good shape. I suggest to everybody to drink a glass of water after a class, and, from all I can see, everybody trots dutifully to the water fountain to get their fill. With the latest cold spell, I noticed a change. Water bottles are not as common. To be honest, after a long walk with my dog, I feel more like a hot cup of tea than a glass of water. 
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Toni Okeson's Blog
As an essential component of the human body, water is crucial for our daily functioning. Dehydration can explain a lot of symptoms that might seem scary at first and make you think of serious health issues. But, how much water is enough not to be dehydrated? The experts are at unison here: an adult person should drink at least 2 liters of water per day, preferably more, especially if the temperatures are high. 
Monday, August 25, 2014 • Country Club Hills, IL 60478
The Fit Life, Living to Live.
Water is an essential part of your diet! We can survive weeks without food, but only a few days without water. The body has no way of storing water, so it needs to be constantly replenished from lost through sweat and urination. A minimum of 8 glasses of water daily is suggested and more when it is hot or an individual is engaged in sports or exercise. If you are already thirsty, chances are you may already be dehydrated.
Friday, July 18, 2014 • Baltimore, MD 21286-2102
Zac Attack Fitness Blog
Possibly the most underemphasized aspect of sports nutrition, hydration can make or break an athlete’s performance. While fuel depletion during exercise can impair performance, inadequate water not only impairs exercise capacity, but can create life threatening disturbances in fluid balances and core temperature. With as little as 1% of body weight lost in fluid, athletes can experience thirst, fatigue, and weakness (1). Thirst drives a person to drink, but it can actually lag behind the body’s need. When too much water is lost from the body and not replaced, dehydration develops.
Tuesday, July 01, 2014 • San Jose, CA 95111-1546
Wendi's World Blog
I’m trying something new. Some of my clients asked for a challenge, so I created Healthy Habits Challenges for the rest of this year. The first challenge starts this month. We’re doing a 21-day AB Challenge and a Water Challenge. Why not a 30 day challenge? Because it takes 21 days to create a habit and most people fall off after 2 weeks, so let’s see if 3 weeks works.I’ve posted the 21-Day AB Challenge here and on my other social media sites:
Tuesday, November 05, 2013 • B4C 2N2, CA
Renita Collier's Blog
We all know how important water is for our basic survival. However, for athletes and active individuals, water is simply vital if we want to achieve optimal performance. Here are 5 important reasons why you should never neglect the importance of water:
Wednesday, September 04, 2013 • Cedar Knolls, NJ 07927
Billy Katinsky's Blog
If you are trying to lose weight, then I am sure you are focussing on what you are eating on a regular basis, measuring each gram of cereal, monotoring your carbohydrate intake, etc., which is great, however, how many of you are actually paying attention to what you are drinking? Here are some facts about the different things we drink on a regular basis: A 12oz can of soda has 39 grams of sugar and 140 calories or 9 3/4 teaspoons of sugar! A 8 oz redbull has 27 grams of sugar and 108 calories or 6 3/4 teaspoons of sugar!
Tuesday, July 30, 2013 • Sunnyvale, TX 75182
The Balance Guy
by Jon Goodman at http://www.theptdc.com/ There are no good diets. The word ‘diet’ signifies a beginning and an end. You and your clients are in this for life. It’s not complicated. Eat a ton of veggies. ... Eat nutrient dense foods.
Wednesday, June 19, 2013 • Long Beach, CA 90803
Fitness To A Tee's Blog
Maybe you've heard that statement before, but what does it mean? It simply means that it takes a lot longer to burn a certain number of calories exercising than it takes to eat the same number of calories. For instance, it takes a 150lb person approximately 1 hour to burn ~500 calories, and that varies greatly depending on how hard you're working out. In 15 minutes, you can eat a Big Mac which has approximately 550 calories and blow your workout out of the water. Not to mention the sodium and fat content.
Friday, May 24, 2013 • Sunnyvale, TX 75182
The Balance Guy
 I realize we are all going to eat and drink more than we should this weekend. Me included. We have all earnt some time off this weekend. However do this to help minimize the damage. 1. Start your day with a high-protein, high-fiber breakfast each morning. This will keep you full for a long time and just hopefully you big out less the rest of the day.