This week, we are challenging you to be consistent with your hydration! Your daily intake of water can easily be calculated by dividing your body weight by two, and drinking that amount in ounces. For example, a 150lb individual would consume 75 ounces (2.2 Liters or 9.3 glasses) of water per day. This amount would increase with exercise, higher sweat rates, and warmer weather. It’s a great baseline to start with, and probably more water than you are currently drinking right now. Tea and coffee are allowed but do not contribute to your daily water intake. Soda, juice, and alcohol should be avoided and do not contribute either.
Everyone knows that drinking water is good for your health. We all know we should avoid alcohol, juices, and sodas and drink water instead. It has been shown to increase weight loss, increase mental focus, regulate bowel movements, increase athletic performance, increase flexibility, reduce joint pain, and even reduce the risk of cancer. Make the switch to half of your body weight in ounces and feel the difference!
Strength: Squat, Press
WOD: Situps, KB Swings
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