• How to Work Out in the Heat

    2 days ago - By Health

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    Here in Alabama, "summertime" usually means temperatures in the 90s plus a heapin' helping of humidity. Even if you don't live in the Deep South, chances are it's getting pretty toasty outside where you live. But that doesn't mean you have to give up your outdoor workouts. Try these keep-cool tips from Michele Olson, PhD , professor of exercise science at Auburn University, in Montgomery, Ala.
    Drink up. Guzzle 8 ounces of water at least 30 minutes before you head out, then another 4 ounces every 15 to 20 minutes during your workout.
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