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How Long Can Drink Water After Insanity Workout?

By Gavin Heluisio

We all know that when doing exercise, we must sweat largely. So we need drink water to supply the body. But how long can we drink water after exercise and how much water shall we drink after insanity workout?

When you do vigorous exercise, you will sweat largely. If you do not replenish the lost water, it can cause dehydration which can make the body’s physiological function and exercise capacity decreased. When dehydration accounted for 2% of body weight, the body’s ability to reduce the heat become lower. 4%dehydration reduces muscular endurance. Sever dehydration and circulatory failure can result hyperthermia deaths. In the long form of exercise, especially in the summer or in hot and humid environment movement, we should pay much attention to water. So after insanity workout, you must remember that you should supply enough water.

Drink water often but little is a good to solve hyperthermia problems effectively. The ideal way is to drink 150 to 200 every 15 minutes while doing exercise. This can effectively reduce the burden on the heart and stomach and maintain the balance of your body. Another good way is to drink enough water before doing exercise. For example, you can drink 300 ml water 1 hour ahead of workout. Some people like to do exercise early in the morning. Those people should pay attention to that your organs and cells are thirsty because you lose quite a lot of water after a long time sleep. As a result, you have to drink water before workouts but do not drink too much.

During intensive exercise and after exercise, you should drink a large number of water, but not one time. The water you drink when doing exercise should be a small amount but many times. The best water to dink is light salt brine. In addition you should drink water solely, not too fast. You should keep far away from the cold water after exercise. If you drink cold water, it will strongly stimulate the gastrointestinal smooth muscle spasm, a sudden contraction of blood vessels, causing gastrointestinal dysfunction and resulting in indigestion. So you should obey these principles when you doing insanity workout.

You can do insanity workout to do light exercise and intensive exercise, but you should remember the right way to drink water, because that has a confidential link to your health.

There are two exceptional loose weight programs in personal training area. The first one is insanity workout that is nicely designed to train customers’ figure. The other one is P90x whose most important function is to lose some people’s fats.

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