... Around a mile each run, dehydration would'nt be a problem (from the run itself).
But do drink before, so the body does it's job (particularly at those temps).
Watermelon is mostly water, so could be considered fruit juice, which is fine. Tho' nothing beats water, when that's what the body needs.
If you've been running for less than a few months, leave off one of the... (1 replies)
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