How to avoid heatstroke when exercising in summer

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How to avoid heatstroke when exercising in summer

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If you opt to train outdoors this summer, make sure you drink a lot of cold water to to avoid dehydration.

Summer is officially here, whether you like it or not. Heat waves and stormy weather are a daily occurrence. It can get quite uncomfortable, sweaty and sticky training outdoors in the extreme heat. In the same breath, it can also get quite unsafe training outdoors when there are potential storms, because of lightning. The only “lucky” people are those who have gym memberships and have the option of training in regulated temperatures. I’m one of those who dabble between the two, but timing is everything. Now that the sun rises as early as 5am and sets as late as 7pm,...

 

 

 

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