You’ve probably heard that you should drink eight 8-ounce glasses of water every day, but the truth is that all bodies and daily routines are different. A person who doesn’t exercise won’t have the same hydration needs as a marathon runner. Even two people who exercise – for example, a hot yoga class vs. a light jog – will sweat at different rates and require different amounts of water to stay hydrated.

The following infographic from HALO Branded Solutions shows you how to calculate your sweat rate to determine how much water you should be drinking before, during, and after exercise. It also gives some tips on which water bottles to use for workouts.

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How to Stay Hydrated During Exercise

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