97 articles tagged with "Hydration"
How to stay hydrated during indoor training
Do athletes sweat more when training indoors? Precision Hydration founder and Sport & Exercise Scientist Andy Blow looks at how we sweat indoors and how to approach hydration for indoor training.
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.
Are athletes winning the war on cramp?
We surveyed hundreds of athletes with cramp and here's what we found...
How PH has helped these athletes start winning the war on cramp
Precision Hydration have spoken to several athletes who have been in touch to let us know how PH electrolytes have helped them overcome or alleviate their cramping issues.
New lab-based evidence suggests electrolyte intake can help reduce cramps
The cause of cramp remains a topic of debate. The theory of electrolyte depletion has gained some traction following the findings of a new study - Andy Blow takes a look...
How to stay hydrated during a marathon
When racing for two hours or more you’re right on the threshold at which good hydration practices start to become crucial to perform at your best. Why not consider your marathon hydration strategy...
Why do I feel dizzy after races or hard workouts?
What causes dizzy spells, wobbly legs or even collapses after a race or particularly hard workout? Andy Blow explains the potential causes and solutions.
How humidity affects hydration, endurance and performance
Conditions can be brutal when there's high humidity and temperatures, so Precision Hydration's Andy Blow has looked at how you can best prepare for such environments.
Do you sweat more as you get fitter?
Ever wondered why you're so much sweatier than the people around you? Precision Hydration's Andy Blow looks at how fitness levels impact upon your sweat rate.
Salt and the high blood pressure hypothesis
Sodium Chloride (NaCl) has been linked with a rise in hypertension (high blood pressure) in the population, but is it the only cause? Andy Blow discusses this relationship in more detail...
Does altitude cause you to dehydrate faster?
The common consensus is that training at altitude results in an improved performance at sea-level, but what effect does altitude have on your hydration status? Andy Blow discusses exactly that...
How to start a long swim well hydrated
Starting hydrated is key to performing at your best during longer swims. You'll be sweating during the swim and with limited opportunites to drink, it's important to start fully topped up.