Hydration and Performance Advice for Athletes


How to tell if you’re dehydrated

Here's a quick guide to checking your hydration status (and avoiding getting dehydrated!)


Why drinking coconut water during exercise is coco-nuts

Coconut water is high in potassium but low in sodium, which means it's not the miracle sports drink it's often marketed as...


H is for Hyponatremia

We have talked about hyponatremia before but to remind you, it’s a condition that most often occurs in those who drink too much during exercise...


Do pro golfers need electrolyte drinks?

We spoke to 2014 Ryder Cup winner Stephen Gallacher, one of the first Pro athletes to use our multi-strength electrolyte products, to get an understanding of how golfers stay fuelled up and hydrated


How to hydrate properly during a triathlon

Your hydration strategy's aim is to achieve an optimal balance of fluids and electrolytes before getting to the start line. Here's some tips on how to do that.


Does coffee ACTUALLY dehydrate you and harm your performance?

Athletes tend to be heavy coffee drinkers. But drinking coffee dehydrates you, right? If so, are the benefits of caffeine outweighed by the negative effects of the dehydration on your performance?


How to stay hydrated out on the tennis court

Staying hydrated is crucial to your performance on the court. Here are some tips to help you with your tennis hydration strategy.


How to stay hydrated when carrying fluids is difficult

An explanation of how and when to use Precision Hydration's SweatSalt Capsules, which are great for events and sessions when carrying fluids is difficult.


How to finish in the Top 10 at Ironman events

Brad Williams is a regular top 10 finisher at Ironman events. We caught up with him to chat about how he trains, competes and, of course, hydrates.


A hydration strategy for the Marathon des Sables

This is the 2nd in a series of blogs Andy Blow has written about staying hydrated at the Marathon des Sables.


5 ways to carry drinks when running

When running longer than 90 mins, you're going to need to take in some fluids/electrolytes to perform at your best. Here's the best kit and tips for carrying drinks when endurance running!


Why giving up alcohol could do wonders for your performance

Will having a few more drinks than normal harm your performance? And how can you rehydrate effectively if you do have an alcoholic drink?