Do you like ice cold water or room temperature? A recent survey of American adults found that 79% of people prefer to drink cold water especially on hot days or after exercise. But does the temperature of your water affect how hydrated your body is?
When the sun goes down, the motivation levels go down too. It's way easier to cuddle up under a cozy blanket than go out and brave the cold and dark. It's natural to feel a depletion of energy during the Winter months, however, all hope is not lost! You can still continue your fitness journey and we have 5 tips to make reaching your fitness goals easier during the cold weather months.
With the rise of social media, the fitness industry has become way more easily accessible to everyone. There are millions of influencers, athletes, and trainers who share their workouts, diets, and health knowledge online. It’s amazing to have so much free information at our fingertips, but with all of this diversity and access comes a lot of fitness myths that need to be debunked.
Hydration is one of the most important aspects of your health. Water not only keeps us alive, but it provides us with energy, keeps our body functioning properly, and provides mental clarity. Drinking enough water is especially important when you go to the gym...