Bodybuilding Nutrition Important To Frequently Forgotten Ideal
During this time you often hear how important maintaining your diet and nutrition to get your ideal body. Did you know that it ensure adequate water intake is also equally important to maintain your diet? The fact is, when you are short of water during practice will make your body building program in vain!
One thing that most commonly occurs when you are dehydrated is the emergence of thirst. This thirst will continue to increase as heavy exercise you do. You will lose about 2-5% of your weight in a set of exercises. And if this continues, your body will experience extreme stress, because the body tries to conserve existing water reserves. Finally the body is exhausted and unable to run the program with a maximum exercise.
Keeping the body in order not to lack of water during exercise also resulted in the formation of your muscles. Water can help protect your joints. When you are short of water, your joints do not have enough lubrication to move so it could be at risk of injury. The content of electrolytes in water can also reduce the risk of muscle spasms or cramps.
In addition, the lack of fluid can also affect for less sweat production. As you know, that sweating helps the body remove toxins in the body. If these toxins are not out of the body, it will potentially be the disease. Of course, when ill, we will not be able to do normal exercise and body building program you become disturbed.
Now you already know how important the role of water in your body building. How much water consumption is good for you? Each is different, depending on the activity and your weight. In general, our bodies need 7-8 glasses of water / day or about 2 liters of water / day. For those of you that high activity can consume more than that.
It’s important to be able to read signals from your body. Thirst is an “alarm” natural that our bodies need water intake. Keep your body still in a state of sufficient water and feel the benefits for the development of your body!
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