6 Ways To Hydrate Better, From Your Favorite Boxing Gym
Every fitness professional out there tells you to drink water, water, and ore water. Including the ones in this article. But after a summer boot-camp session or boxing classes on a scorching sunny pier, your hydration stores ay be drained into a poll of sweat around your Nikes. We asked two of New York’s top personal trainers - Will Torres, owner of Willspace and NYC personal trainer, and Joel Harper, celebrity trainer to clients like Dr. Oz - for their tips on how to give your hydration levels a boost for those 95-degrees-days. Get out your water bottle. Here’s what they had to say...
Will Torres, owner of Willspace
Avoid dehydrating - Coffee, tea, and energy drinks sap your hydration away, since caffeine is a diuretic and will cause your body to release water. “An air conditioned environment can also be dehydrating,” Torres sys. Use that as an excuse to take an out-of-office mid-day walk. For, um, a bottle of water.