Amy Stephens

MS, RDN, CSSD, CDCES

Licensed dietiTian

specializing in sports nutrition and diabetes

Blog and Press

Hydrating for Peak Performance in Heat and Humidity

Exercise produces heat and leaves the body as sweat to stay cool. Studies have repeatedly shown that losing more than 2% body weight impacts performance. Essentially, dehydration increases an athlete’s perceived effort and reduces the ability to continue exercising at a high level.

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