Drink Up! A lot of factors go into how much water you need when you come to the gym. These might include: heat, humidity, acclimation, exercise intensity, how much you drank before you got to the gym, and your individual sweat rate. And as we sweat, our blood volume is reduced, which makes our heart work harder. So, suffice to say, water is important and everyone’s hydration needs are different.
How do you know if you’re getting enough water? The simplest way is a pee test. “Pale yellow is where you want to be,” says Tiffany Chag (a registered dietician). Just note that certain foods and multivitamins can change your urine color.
Come to the gym properly hydrated; your body will thank you for it!
Super Dynamic Warmup
40 yd Bottoms-up Rack Walk R/L
5/5 Halos each direction
30 Minutes E5MOM (6x)
Single Kettlebell Complex
30 seconds each exercise
Switch to the next exercise immediately
Rest 2:00 after each circuit
Reverse Lunge Right Leg (hold kettlebell in left hand rack)
Clean and Push Press Left Arm
Reverse Lunge Left Leg (hold kb in right hand rack)
Clean and Push Press Right Arm