107 articles tagged with "Hydration"
Should your hydration strategy change as you get older?
Older athletes tend to pee more, retain less water due to decreased muscle mass and have a diminished sense of thirst. This makes getting your hydration strategy right even more important...
How to combat the dehydrating symptoms of the menopause.
Suffering from hot flushes? Night Sweats? Cramp? This blog aims to help you understand some of the symptoms of menopause so you're better equipped to ease them.
Whats the difference between Precision Fuel & Hydration's packets, bulk bags, tubes and capsules?
Our multi-strength, hypotonic electrolyte supplements come in 3 different formats. Here's the differences between them...
How getting Sweat Tested transformed Superbike World Championship rider Eugene Laverty's life
Over the years we've personalised the hydration strategies of many elite motorsport athletes, including Superbike World Championship rider Eugene Laverty.
How to START hydrated and why that's so important.
Drinking a strong electrolyte drink to optimise your hydration status before long/hot training sessions and events can significantly improve your performance.
How Rowland Smith stayed hydrated on his way to a sheep shearing world record...
Shearing is sweaty work! Here's how personalising his hydration plan helped Rowland Smith smash the 8-hour strongwool ewe shearing record...
How to stay hydrated when you’re riding L’Etape Du Tour (and other sportives)
If you want to perform at your best during the Etape then getting your training, nutrition & hydration right is going to be very important.
Different types of sports drink and when to use them
Whether a sports drink is hypotonic, isotonic or hypertonic affects how much energy it can deliver and how quickly you can absorb it into your blood stream.
Why do athletes suffer from cramp?
Cramping is very common amongst athletes. Here's the latest research on why cramps occur and some practical advice on how to get rid of exercise-related cramp.
How to rehydrate quickly and improve your recovery
Athletes rarely replace 100% of their sweat losses, so rehydration is crucial. Here's how...
How to stay hydrated during the Jurassic Coast Challenge
Andy Blow did the Jurassic Coast Challenge again so we put together a recommended hydration plan for the event to help those of you doing it from making the same mistakes he made first time around
What is hyponatremia and how can you avoid it?
Nausea, fatigue, headaches towards the end of race? It could be hyponatremia. A medical term describing low blood sodium levels, often driven by over-drinking