Hydration and Exercise
When selecting a beverage for your workout, sometimes the simplest approach is the best.
According to Clark, there is no specific amount of water you should drink when exercising; instead, you should "drink to thirst."
It is possible to consume too much fluid, however this rarely happens. In triathlons and marathons, the risk is greater.
While exercising is good for you, it's common to incur minor cell or tissue damage after a workout.
Many problems can result from not drinking enough water.
Clark recommended drinking fluids before you even begin to exercise
You need to start drinking about one and a one-half to two hours before running a marathon
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