During long-distance training, men dehydrate faster than women, which was proved by physiologists from the Netherlands.At the University of Radbud in Nijmegen conducted an experiment, where men were reported to consume less water and excrete more with later, every four times more exposes them to dehydration.
At a long distance men dehydrate faster than women, which proved physiologists from the Netherlands. At the University of Radbud in Nijmegen conducted an experiment where it was reported that men consume less water and excrete it more with sweat as four times more exposes them for dehydration.
The study involved 99 men between the ages of 21 and 82 who participated in the March of Four Days, which take place in the Netherlands, where participants start in three categories divided into distances. ¾ people trained daily at distances of 30 40, 50 km.
The results show that participants male, lost 2 times more weight than competitors female. Moreover, research on the quantity of plasma indicate that in men the amount decreased in women have grown. Observation shows that men drank significantly less in the amount of liquid per body, because they drank 2 liters of water on average, and after 4 days of walking about 34% of men had signs of dehydration, while women had 12%.
Men should take care of the right amount of fluids during exercise, because, as research suggests, they tend not to use effective hydration. Therefore, you should take care that during long-term training, drink as much water as possible to match your body weight.