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Posted On: June 26, 2020 | Posted By: Allison Koch, MS, RD, CSSD, LDN – The Running Dietitian
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When the temps start to heat up, my mind always turns to hydration. It can literally make or break your work out. In fact, it can be a major contributing factor to a race day DNF (did not finish) or PR (personal record) – whether it be from over- or under-hydrating.  Monitoring your Hydration Status: Making sure you are sufficiently hydrated will also get you to the finish line feeling good. Your goal with hydrating during a long run in particular is to start and finish adequately ...
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