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July 2001

July 2001


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Guidelines for Proper Hydration
by: National Athletic Training Association
© July 2001

Working out means working up a sweat. In fact, many people believe the more you sweat, the better the workout. But losing all that fluid is just your body's way of cooling itself. You have to give back what's lost in a workout. If you don't, you are putting yourself at risk of dehydration that could end with serious consequences.

The National Athletic Trainers' Association has a Position Statement explaining the role of proper hydration in athletic performances. Take the time to read these recommendations, or pass them on to someone you know who might benefit from the facts.

Tips for Proper Hydration

1. Establish a hydration protocol for athletes (if you are a certified athletic trainer).

2.When developing the protocol, consider each sport's unique features to determine how often reh....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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