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Why Hydrate at Gyms in Dubai?

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2021-08-16 | By: Snap Fitness
 Why Hydrate at Gyms in Dubai?

Pre-workout supplement? Check.

Post-workout supplement? Check.

Water during workout? Hold on! Really?

It seems like you’re doing almost everything every day (except for leg day we guess) to ensure that your workout is reaping the best benefits for your health. But, but, but!

Are you keeping yourself hydrated while working out at gyms in Dubai? Some of you who are aware and keep yourself hydrated during workouts as much as possible deserve a quick round of applause from us. You are doing a great job! Continue reading this blog as we unveil why hydrating during workouts is important just like water is important for the soil.

Let’s dive right in.

WARNING: DEHYDRATION AHEAD

*A SNAP Fitness expert enters the chat*

Regular workout is vital to maintaining a healthy lifestyle. That said, if you regularly engage in strenuous, physical activity without increasing your fluid intake, then you may be pushing your body towards the warning zone, that’s dehydration.

When you do a workout, you lose precious fluids through heavier breathing — and the fitter you are, the more you might sweat. You can also perspire more when working out because of the hot and humid conditions in Dubai. Along with that water goes many critical nutrients and electrolytes. This can quickly lead to dehydration and all of the accompanying dangers that come with it.

Long-term dehydration can lead to chronic back pain, headaches, depression, high blood pressure, digestive disorders, obesity, premature aging, kidney problems, heat cramps, and possibly even diabetes and heart disease.

*The SNAP Fitness expert leaves the chat*

Of course, now you know the importance of hydration during a workout and how it affects your overall performance.

In order to prevent dehydration and help ensure optimal workout results, you need to be consuming the right amount of fluids, before, during, and after your workout.

Water, exercise, and hydration: What’s the relation?

Water makes up two-thirds of our bodies. Water is necessary for all bodily functions.

Water is essential for the circulation of many elements, such as blood, which carries glucose, proteins, lipids, vitamins, and minerals to the various muscles and organs in our body. Water also acts as a heat pump; this function is especially important during any physical activity as it helps capture heat and carries it to the skin's surface, creating perspiration. The more intense your workout, the more you sweat to restore your body’s temperature!

If your fitness goal is to lose weight, you can do it more efficiently when you are fully hydrated. As a matter of fact, it’s been shown that those who increase their water intake will lose more weight than those who do not.

The Pretty-Easily-Actionable Hydration Plan

In order to prevent dehydration and ensure optimal workout results, you need to be getting the right amount of fluids, before, during, and after your workout.

On average, you should be consuming 500-600 ml of fluids 3 hours prior to exercising, then 200 ml during warm-up, 200 to 300 ml every 30 to 40 minutes while exercising, and finishing up with 200 ml within 30 minutes of completing your exercise regime.

Snap Fitness- Best gyms in UAE

Groove and be on the move, while you advance your workout regime to the next level, with Snap Fitness. Our friendly, welcoming gyms are designed to make you feel totally energetic and safe. With our premium, easy-to-use equipment, we have places where you will want to exercise daily! Visit the one of it’s kind fitness tribe here: http://www.snapfitnessuae.com. To locate the nearest Snap Fitness center, visit: https://www.snapfitness.com/ae/gyms/

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