Runners' Ultimate Guide to Hydration

Proper hydration is vital for runners training and racing not only in extreme heat and humidity, but also in more temperate and colder conditions—athletes just need to adjust fluid and electrolyte intake according to their sweat rates. However, overhydation, known as hyponatremia, can put runners' lives at risk, so becoming educated about your individual needs is one of the best things you can do for your health, performance and longevity in the sport. Read on for expert guidance on hydration for runners.

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