Runners who took a little sodium with their water pre-race did not run faster, but needed less water during the race, and finished less dehydrated than when they drank only water
Do you see these catching on at road races?
This Vancouver water fountain map allows runners the ability to plan their routes according to nearby hydration stops across the city.
The Hobie Mirage Eclipse, a new and innovative variation of a paddleboard, is about as close to running on water as you will get.
With the impending hazy days of summer now on the horizon, runners should know the facts from the fiction when it comes to staying hydrated through higher temps and humidity
The Fontus Airo, a self-filling bottle, stores clean drinking water on-the-go using only the air’s moisture.
Temperatures are heating up as we head into summer. For runners, heat waves are imminent and long runs pounding hot pavement is a recipe for dehydration. Plain old water can be a little boring. […]
How much water do you drink during a run or race? What if we told you it’s probably a lot more than you need? A new study by Canadian researchers at Brock University has made a […]
February 5th, 2014 by Scott Leitch | Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »
Hydration can be a confusing topic with contradictory suggestions and answers coming from a variety of sources, but new research looked to make relatable sense of it all. Researchers at the University of Connecticut tried to […]