Hydration and Performance Advice for Athletes

45 articles written by Abby Coleman


How much should I drink during exercise?

A question we're regularly asked at Precision Hydration is 'how much should I drink?' There isn't a straightforward, 'one size fits all' answer, but Abby Coleman has outlined a potential strategy.


The challenges of managing training load for a junior elite athlete

Precision Hydration spoke to elite junior triathlete Hamish Reilly to find out more about his training plan, discuss learning curves and how he approaches fuelling for races.


Does exercise weaken your immune system?

There was a long-held belief that vigorous exercise suppresses an athlete's immune system. More recent research suggests that exercise actually boosts our immune systems IF we find the 'sweet spot'.


Analysing Andy & JP's nutrition plan at the ÖTILLÖ Swimrun World Champs

Sports Scientist Abby Coleman analyses Andy and JP's nutrition and hydration plans for the ÖTILLÖ Swimrun World Championships.


How a top age group triathlete approaches off season, nutrition and hydration

Top age group triathlete Neil Eddy tells Precision Hydration about his off-season training plan, as well as his nutrition and hydration strategies...


How does the weight of running shoes affect speed and performance?

The decision of World Athletics to ban certain Nike prototypes has caused a great debate about shoe technology. Abby Coleman has taken a look at the development of shoe technology.


Do you need potassium, magnesium and calcium in your sports drink?

Sodium is the main electrolyte lost in sweat and is the focus of Precision Hydration when it comes to hydration, but what about the other electrolytes - potassium, magnesium and calcium?


How are sodium and water balanced in the body?

The body strives for equilibrium and it will work to ensure our sodium and fluid levels remain balanced. Precision Hydration take a look at how sodium and fluid is balanced in the body...


How does your body work to prevent dehydration at night?

Does not being able to drink during sleep mean you're going to wake up dehydrated? Sports Scientist Abby Coleman looks at how the body's internal clock helps prevent dehydration overnight.

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