With these 9 tips for preventing heat-related illness, your summertime workouts will do you good, not wring you out.
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Coaches, parents and players should all recognize the unique limitations of the human body on hot, humid days.
We all need water for a healthy life, but how much?
Rather than heralding junk food and sodas, summertime should usher in fresh produce and healthy, on-the-go snacks.
The nutritional value of your food isn't the only factor in your performance. It's also about the timing and size of your meals.
Improve your times and overall health with these suggestions aimed at both beginner and elite athletes.
Listen to your body. It'll tell you if you're dehydrated, if only you'll listen.
You do all that work to get trim and feel good for your vacation—don't throw it away by overindulging.
Thirst is actually a sign you're already dehydrated.
Proper hydration is one of the most important aspects of the Seven Essential Elements of Daily Success.
Here's what athletes (and even non-athletes) need to know about heat illness during the most sweltering of days.