Trainer Tips: Hydration

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1. Lopez, R. Exercise and hydration: Individualizing fluid replacement guidelines. Strength and Conditioning Journal 34(4): 49-54, 2012.
2. Spano, M. Nutrition in the personal training setting. In: Coburn, JW, and Malek, MH (Eds.), NSCA’s Essentials of Personal Training. (2nd ed.) Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics; 107-123, 2012.
3. Sawka, MN, et al. American College of Sports Medicine Position Stand: Exercise and Fluid Replacement. Medicine and Science in Sports Exercise 39(2): 377-390, 2007.
4. Shirreffs, SM, et al. Post-exercise rehydration in man: Effects of volume consumed and drink sodium content. Medicine and Science in Sports Exercise 28(10): 1260-1271, 1996.

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