Along with other aspects of nutrition, hydration plays a critical role in sports performance. To maintain strength, speed and endurance, athletes must properly hydrate before, during and after training or competition. Discover information on drinks and fluids you should consume to help avoid dehydration, prevent fatigue and maintain your performance.
Latest in Hydration
Our bodies are made up of approximately 60% water, our bodies are dependent on our hydration status for a multitude of chemical reactions to take place,...
By: Erick Avila
There's absolutely no doubt that being well-hydrated has a positive impact on nearly every aspect of your life. The human body is roughly 60-percen...
By: Brandon Hall
If you have had to fly abroad, you know about jetlag and the time disorientation which you feel upon stepping off that plane. This disruption in your...
By: Gary Moller
'The Mountain' From 'Game of Thrones' Has Dumbbell-Shaped Water Bottles That Promote Hydration and Strength
We've extensively covered the ridiculous feats of strength performed by strongman Hafthór Júlíus Björnsson, who plays "The Mountain" on Game of ...
By: Andy Haley
Nutritional Mistakes for Combine and Pro Day Athletes Across the country, former collegiate football players are training for their shot to impress...
By: Brett Singer
Latest Videos in Hydration
We put CrampsAWAY, and new product that claims to relieve muscle cramps within 15-60 seconds, to the ultimate test through a real-world case study. A sweaty two-hour workout caused an epic double hamstring cramp, setting up the perfect test.
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In this episode of 'The Power of Recovery,' elite performance coach Steve Hess offers advice to coaches on how they can help their athletes rebuild muscles and recover after workouts and practices through proper nutrition.
NFL defensive end J.J. Watt discussses the important role Gatorade plays in making him the best athlete he can be.