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3 Ways to Make Sure Your Fitness Routine Includes Enough Water

We all know staying hydrated is important. We have been told repeatedly that drinking water is necessary not only for overall health, but to reach our goals of shedding pounds or packing on muscle as well. But the question is, are there steps to take to ensure we get enough water? What can we do to make sure our body and muscles get optimal hydration? Try incorporating the tips below into your everyday routine and begin feeling the benefits of a healthy, hydrated body.

Track Your Water Intake

Many of us have a routine that includes tracking what exercises we do or plan to do for a particular day. We spend time writing out or finding workout plans to follow step by step and even follow nutritional programs to a T. Why not take the same approach with water intake? Try planning water intake into your exercise routine. This ensures that you will take the time to hydrate during an intense workout and keep your body performing at its highest levels. Most of us know the amount of water we should consume on a daily basis. For those who don’t, divide your weight by 2 in order to figure out approximate water intake in ounces per day. Let’s go a step further and break down when those amounts of water should be taken in. Planning how water intake should be spaced out throughout the day, allows us to stay on track and turn the act of drinking water into a healthy habit.

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Invest in a Travel Bottle

There are tons of different options on the shelves in today’s market; All proclaiming to be the best and different from their competitors. While some have beneficial “bells and whistles”, all we really need our water bottle to do is hold water. Having water close by your side instead of taking time out of your day to actively seek it out can help ensure you are constantly drinking a healthy amount of water. The simple fact of having water next to you will create a subconscious trigger to drink it throughout the day.

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Find it in Foods

Drinking water can become a mundane task and lose some of its glamor with the quantity needed to be consumed. A great way to keep your water intake fresh and exciting is to increase the amount of water your body is receiving from the foods you choose to eat. Some fruits and vegetables are made up of 80-90% water; providing you the opportunity to eat healthy and hydrate your body. You can also use fruits to infuse into your water, boosting its flavor and creating a nutritious snack as well.

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