There are a lot of different guidelines for recommended water intake. The old school recommendation was to drink 8 glasses of water per day. Now while that may be enough water for a sedentary individual, it’s not enough for active people who are involved in exercise and fitness.
In this blog post you’re going to find out about a “sneaky trick” that will tell you instantly if you’re drinking enough water each day, or if you need to drink more water to keep your body hydrated and optimize your athletic performance in the gym.
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For active people I recommend that you consume a minimum of 1/2 ounce of water per pound of bodyweight per day. That’s approximately 33 milliliters per kilogram of bodyweight.
So for example, a 200 pound man (90 kilos) should drink at least 100 ounces (3 liters) of water per day. This is a good baseline water intake, but if you feel thirsty beyond this, by all means drink more water.
Here are some practical tips for drinking more water during the day.
Sneaky Trick To Know If You Are Drinking Enough Water Or Not…
An easy indicator that you can look for to determine whether or not you are hydrated enough is the color of your urine. Ideally your urine should be clear or light yellow. If it’s dark yellow, or if it smells strong, you need to drink more water.
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