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87 in my "air conditioned" office at the moment. Fuck this heat. 110-115 every day. There was a brief break one day this week and I walked outside at lunch and thought about taking the afternoon off to mow, because it felt "so good". It was 94. WTF
 

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It takes 3 days of drinking liquids to be fully hydrated. Make sure you are pounding that water every 30 minutes.
 

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It takes 3 days of drinking liquids to be fully hydrated. Make sure you are pounding that water every 30 minutes.
That never occurred to me. I guess like the opposite.. 3 days dry and it's good bye. 3 days wet as damp as u get. Lol

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That never occurred to me. I guess like the opposite.. 3 days dry and it's good bye. 3 days wet as damp as u get. Lol

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I coach soccer and football and I keep telling the boys but they don't listen. Most common injury pulled hamstring from being dehydrated.
 

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I coach soccer and football and I keep telling the boys but they don't listen. Most common injury pulled hamstring from being dehydrated.
Listen man. At the risk of feeling ultra silly. I gotta stupid question for ya.

When I was a kid. We had this soccer training device. It was essentially a long ass net and rope. U drop the ball in and hold the rope and u can practice the kicks. And not have the ball constantly taking off to be chased. Is this something they still have or use. Is it beneficial. Or was it just a dumb kids toy I had. Like the skip it. Haha

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87 in my "air conditioned" office at the moment. Fuck this heat. 110-115 every day. There was a brief break one day this week and I walked outside at lunch and thought about taking the afternoon off to mow, because it felt "so good". It was 94. WTF
Multi. I can't even imagine what 110 feels like. I assume it's low. Humidity where ur at. I have a buddy in Arizona. He tells me all the time it's like 115 there. And I always struggle to comprehend a dry heat like that. Here in jersey. It's nearly always seems to be damp air.

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Listen man. At the risk of feeling ultra silly. I gotta stupid question for ya.

When I was a kid. We had this soccer training device. It was essentially a long ass net and rope. U drop the ball in and hold the rope and u can practice the kicks. And not have the ball constantly taking off to be chased. Is this something they still have or use. Is it beneficial. Or was it just a dumb kids toy I had. Like the skip it. Haha

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They still have it and use it. Its mostly to learn how to juggle the ball and eventually you do it without the string.

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$13 on Amazon.

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Multi. I can't even imagine what 110 feels like. I assume it's low. Humidity where ur at. I have a buddy in Arizona. He tells me all the time it's like 115 there. And I always struggle to comprehend a dry heat like that. Here in jersey. It's nearly always seems to be damp air.

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Dry heat I can handle. When I was playing professional soccer games in Arizona at 9 pm was 98 degrees and I could still preform. When in Miami I would die from humidity.
 

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It hasn't been under 100 here more then 2 days in the last month.

Fuck you sun.
 

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104 in the gym today at noon. That on a leg day after five days no carbs. You gotta want it.
I drank a liter while training, almost a liter in volume PWO shake and a liter of water on the way home. Still was thirsty.
I never understood people who coudn’t drink water. We had people falling out all the time on deployment. I honed my IV skills on those idiots. Water everywhere and I would chug a liter and move on. Most would grab half liters and sip them.
No excuse for dehydration.
 

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104 in the gym today at noon. That on a leg day after five days no carbs. You gotta want it.
I drank a liter while training, almost a liter in volume PWO shake and a liter of water on the way home. Still was thirsty.
I never understood people who coudn’t drink water. We had people falling out all the time on deployment. I honed my IV skills on those idiots. Water everywhere and I would chug a liter and move on. Most would grab half liters and sip them.
No excuse for dehydration.
I didn't need to drink much during training until I swapped to this new place, I also didn't sweat much at all either.

I would force down a half gallon or so from the time I left home to the time I got back from training but I didn't need to. This was after a lieter upon waking and meal 1,train after meal 1.

Now I'm getting in a half gallon before training and then at least that much during if I don't feel like I'm going to puke which is common now.
 

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40oz plus after running.. 20oz before hand.. 60-120oz in the weight room.
 

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Been around 95 for days here in NH, which is a bit out of the norm.
Pool water feels like a warm bath.

Still beats the brutal winters we can get here though, I'll take this...
 

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keep in mind people die from water intoxication too, estimated 3 liter in an hour is too much.
 

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What are the best rehydration packetts that u can add to ur water? I know water helps but it doesnt replace lost sodium or chloride, magnesium etc….

Which one is the best? Sure they have gross ass ones on amazon for cheap but….


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What are the best rehydration packetts that u can add to ur water? I know water helps but it doesnt replace lost sodium or chloride, magnesium etc….

Which one is the best? Sure they have gross ass ones on amazon for cheap but….


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What are the best rehydration packetts that u can add to ur water? I know water helps but it doesnt replace lost sodium or chloride, magnesium etc….

Which one is the best? Sure they have gross ass ones on amazon for cheap but….


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I use actual minerals and well over a gallon of water a day
Additionally I use banana bags which I only use if I feel really dehydrated and lately due to the 30 plus days of 100+ degree weather I've been using 1 a day.

I give the credit to Wesley @GYMnTONIC he originally recommended banana bags for hydration and they are really good they’re just expensive at 3 bucks each, heres the link

Banana Bag Oral Solution
 

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I use actual minerals and well over a gallon of water a day
Additionally I use banana bags which I only use if I feel really dehydrated and lately due to the 30 plus days of 100+ degree weather I've been using 1 a day.

I give the credit to Wesley @GYMnTONIC he originally recommended banana bags for hydration and they are really good they’re just expensive at 3 bucks each, heres the link

Banana Bag Oral Solution

Thanks those look awesome

How do u get the minerals when not using bags and or powder electrolytes? Just capping powder?


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Get Shredded!
Thanks those look awesome

How do u get the minerals when not using bags and or powder electrolytes? Just capping powder?


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I mix my salt in a shot of water everything else I just "toss and wash"
 
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