Wednesday, June 22, 2011
This is one of two guest posts that I've recently written for Cycling Tips. Rather than re-publish it, just click here to go to the Cycling Tips site and view it there.
Way back in October last year I discussed the various factors that lead to fatigue during exercise and therefore limit performance. Since this blog has looked at the role of carbohydrate in preventing hypoglycaemia, and the role of buffering supplements in preventing rising blood acidity during high intensity exercise. This time we’ll turn to the role of hydration and sporting performance, and have a look at the science in this area.