How to drink?
During outdoor cycling in summer, the body loses water quickly. It is possible to change into cycling clothes and wear shoes. Our body has already lost more than 300ml of water, so even if we have not started riding, we should start drinking water to maintain The balance of water in the body. It takes a short while for the water to be drunk during cycling to be used by our body, and too long an interval of drinking water may cause the body’s water to drop, so that it cannot be fully hydrated. Drinking water only if you are thirsty will leave your body in a state of mild water shortage for a long time. Therefore, JAY recommends replenishing water every 15 minutes when riding in the hot summer. If it is a medium-to-high intensity training, it is recommended to replenish water once every 10 minutes. Small and many times,
Since most people’s water replenishment during cycling is much lower than the water loss during exercise, most people need to continue to take in water for a period of time after cycling to maintain good hydration within the body. If you have been riding outdoors for a long time, then you should also continue to hydrate for a long time when the body’s moisture returns to normal levels.