Monday, 21 March 2011
Waterfront - Simple Minds
It's frightening to read about hydration as it says 'De-hydration can make you feel tired and lethargic, and will decrease your capacity for exercise. Extra fluid is needed in hot weather and when you exercise. For each hour of exercise you should drink an extra litre of fluid. If you have an illness that is causing sickness, diarrhoea or sweating, you will need to up your fluid intake to make up for the extra loss'.
I for one am not the best on this and good to have in mind before the race...
So my crusade is on... less coffee and more water... lots more water (and trips to the loo, I'm sure).
To help this along there is the weekend's Celtic Plate 50km following my 50km with Andy McMenemy on Wednesday... it can only mean one thing... more H20... so I am off for another pint!