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Taking Energy drinks while exercising the body

Taking Energy drinks while exercising the body
Energy drinks are reliable human power banks, during and after exercises. The drink is rich in carbon, which gives it a top notch, in revitalization and quick replenishment of lost energy. People feel weak during and after exercises, such weakness can hamper rate of meeting up with our exercise objectives. Energy drinks can give you a quick boost, into achieving the unbelievable. Tougher sections of exercises are mostly tiring, extra energy is needed, to be able to conquer the challenge, and deliver a befitting result.

Energy drinks provides that energy, that plays a pivotal role in our level of progress during exercises. The enriched nature of energy drinks is peerless, they contain carbon, health research proved, that easy recovery can be achieved through energy drinks, owning to their high carbon content.

A major part of the drink is made of water, which makes it essential in rehydration of body cells. Taking a good volume of energy drink can helps rehydration strikingly, that is why most athletes, take the drink during stressful exercise and competitions.

Energy drinks, contains easily digestible sugar, this has tremendous impact on us, excessive intake of sugar, causes a lot of damages to our health, but taking them during stressful exercises, has positive effect, because it helps in restoring lost sugar. Sugar in our body is converted to energy, so taking energy drinks, could be a good way of replenishing lost energy.

Pros
• Rich in carbon. • Enable quick recovery. • contains sugar, which provides immediate energy. • Solves rehydration problems. • Different brands are available.

Cons
• Excessive intake can cause diabetes. • Cannot solve thirst problems completely.

Supporters

Wubwub

it works

There is a reason why these exist and it's because they work. I know it's probably better to just drink water but there might be situations where this can be more effective. If it were me I wouldn't drink it all the time when I work out but from time to time I do think having this option around and available can be useful.
Posted by Wubwub on 03-15-2018

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Drinking water while exercising the body

Drinking water while exercising the body
Water is basic to our health, taking water adequately, can help you prevent a lot of body dysfunctions. Exercising the body entails a lot, the body nerves and cells experience changes in fluid balance, as a result of water loss. During exercises the body loses water as sweat, the body temperature increases above it's normal value, and a cooling process is required to strike a balance. This is achieved by sweating, the body regain its normal temperature by evaporation of sweat, which in turn has a cooling effect on the body.

Research shows that water should be taken adequately before exercises, as this will help in restoring fluid balance during the exercise. It is advised to take water at intervals while exercising the body, this ensures the water level within the body is maintained.

Science has proved that water is an integral part of the body, about 75% of body mass is made up of fluid, this has a striking significance, proper maintenance of this balance, lead's to good health. People who maintain a healthy lifestyle, take water regularly, to ensure proper cell and nerve balance.

Taking water after exercises is vital, as it gives a sense of satisfaction, and water loss during the exercise, is replaced. Their are certain signs that indicate need for water, the prominent among them is thirst, the body uses it's sensory mechanisms, to inform the body of a need to reestablish it's fluid balance. We mostly feel thirsty or experience muscle cramps when our body needs water.

Pros
• Naturally available. • Excessive intake does not pose health risk. • Enables proper functioning of the cells. • Prevents muscle cramps. • Satisfies our thirst. • Restores fluid balance within the body.

Cons
• Excessive intake during exercise can make the individual heavy, due to excessive fluid. • Excessive water causes frequent urination.

Supporters

Mehano

Water!

Energy drinks are terrible if you are trying to exercise and stay healthy. They contain all sorts of bad things and a ton of sugar. You should avoid them.

I always drink plenty of water when I am exercising because it is important to stay hydrated. When we exercise we sweat more than usual so it is crucial to get enough fluids back into our body. There isn't anything better or healthier than water. It is free of charge as well since we have amazing tap water.

Posted by Mehano on 08-29-2017
williamk
I don't understand why people would drink energy drinks and water has everything a body needs to stay healthy and assist in burning the excess calories during the exercises.
AlexJPro

Water for sure

If you want to workout never drink energy drinks.They will make you fatter if you drink them every day and it might give you a little bit of energy while working out but I won't use that. Water is just clean and gives your body energy as well.
Posted by AlexJPro on 08-29-2017
williamk
Cold water burns more calories while these energy drinks replace the same calories that we had burnt exercising. I wish the ones taking energy drinks while working out can understand the importance of having water.
Barida

The benefits are immense.

I know that for some, taking energy drinks do it for them since the taste alone is tempting while you want to work out. I feel the immense benefits of taking water while exercising outweighs whatever side effects that may come from it such as excessive urination.

One major factor we have to consider as well is that water is natural and healthy, if one gets a clean one, while the contents of some of these energy drinks may have long term negative effects on the body. I mean effects that might not show now when the person is young, so for me, I think taking water during work outs does it for me.

Water is essential for life and for healthy living which is why we can take much of it every day.

Posted by Barida on 08-29-2017
MushyPhilip1822

Maintaining Hydration in All Phases of Life

Did you know the first life form in this planet appeared in water? Just imagine our planet without water. We are so lucky that water is naturally available and we don't have to spend money unlike if we buy energy drinks and artificial beverages. I drink 8 to 10 glasses of water every day to keep my body hydrated but I tend to have more during summer. Living in a tropical country, it is important that I keep my self hydrated whether during exercise or when just doing regular tasks. I am not fond of energy drinks because of it's sugar content. And besides why should I spend money for energy drinks if I have free access to clean drinking water.
Posted by MushyPhilip1822 on 08-29-2017
Anonymous

Hydration

It's still good to take in natural fluids without any chemicals.By taking water, it naturally make our body hydrated and satisfies our thirst,even if it might make us more heavy and excessive intakes will cause frequent urination it's still a good thing as it will wash away the toxins in our body.Its also a big help to those person who suffers Urinary tract infection.
Posted by Anonymous on 08-29-2017
Mahshiemonalisa

mostly water

While I do admit to downing a red-bull once or twice before a workout when I was feeling especially sluggish, I do just generally drink water when I workout. I have heard that it can be very dangerous to combine energy drinks with exercise. I think it has the potential to cause heart problems. Energy drinks are great in a pinch, but the body was made to need water and thrives when you are fully hydrated.
Posted by Mahshiemonalisa on 09-01-2017
kingcool52

Depends

Again, this is one of those it depends on situations. Water will always be the better choice because it is a lot healthier especially you are probably exercising to become a better and healthier person. I personally drink energy drinks from time to time but not always because of how much sugar they have. If you are in desperate need of some energy then I would recommend you to drink energy drinks.
Posted by kingcool52 on 08-29-2017
TheArticulate

A Healthy Habit

I made the switch to drinking almost entirely water about 6 months ago. I don't mind sports drinks occasionally either, but water is the way to go for me. It's refreshing and overall better for me while I'm working out, I feel.
Posted by TheArticulate on 08-29-2017
Sue

Water

It is important to drink water while exercising to keep you from getting dehydrated. You should drink your required daily intake of water each day and more if you are exercising. Water fuels the body. I drink a lot of water. It flushes out your body. I have never drank an energy drink and feel no need for it.
Posted by Sue on 09-03-2017
Jonathan Solomon

Hydration is key during workouts

As we exercise our bodies, we begin losing water faster than we can take in. Because of that, staying hydrated with water is essential in the midst of exercising. In the past, I've tried energy drinks before and during my workout. All of which have failed me in increasing my overall energy output. All I was left with in the end was a feeling of intense dehydration. Nowadays, however, I carry a water bottle (filled with water) around with me in the gym as I exercise.
Posted by Jonathan Solomon on 08-29-2017
AlexHarris

Drinking Water

I think drinking energy drinks while exercising is counter-productive. When you're exercising you are trying to use the energy that your body is reserving (fat) not give your body something else to burn through (glucose). Water helps stay hydrated so you don't sweat out all of your liquids and become further exhausted. I say yay to water and nay to "energy" drinks.
Posted by AlexHarris on 08-29-2017
lilac123

Water is all I need

In my opinion, water is enough to keep me hydrated and I don't work out so hard that I need to replenish electrolytes or sugars or anything with energy drinks. I make sure I am well nourished before I start any workout so that I have enough energy. I think it's best to avoid energy drinks because they contain a lot of additives and sugar and taste quite artificial.
Posted by lilac123 on 08-29-2017
SimplyD

Water is Life!

I always drink just plain water when I am exercising. So far, t always energizes me whenever I am feeling so tored already. But of course, after drinking water one must have at least 5 minutes rest so the body can cope up with the continuation of the exercise. Drinking water coold down my body already sofilled with perspiration. Plain water is the best drink for me. Because those energy drinks. have artificial enerygy. boosting elements.
Posted by SimplyD on 09-01-2017
peachpurple

Natural water

I would rather drink mineral water from the bottle or bring boiled cool water from home. No way would I drink energy drinks. I had read the pros and cons of these drinks. It is best to stay away from them because they are alike carbonated drinks that refresh your body and energy but there are side effects such as temperamental, anxiety and irregular heart beat.
Posted by peachpurple on 08-29-2017
cmoneyspinner

Didn't the 1st Olympians Drink Water?

So this is my flawless logic. I'm thinking that athletes from as far as the Olympic games which were invented by the Greeks probably drank water. I figure if they were drinking water from way back then, then water has been tested and proven. Whereas energy drinks? Eh!
Posted by cmoneyspinner on 10-02-2018
overcast

Hydrating

I think it helps to hydrate yourself all the time. And this way you don't end up having issues for the body. And you retain the energy. And that;s a good sign as well. I think on that note you can see that exercise and water is a good combination. i'd surely choose that for most of the time. i think it's better that way.
Posted by overcast on 03-17-2018
Pixie

Energy drinks are not for me

I am not really a fan of energy drinks. Moreover, it is more healthier to drink water as it contains zero calories. As for energy drinks they contain sugars, flavorings, additives and preservatives which are really bad for health. We normally exercise either to lose weight or to keep fit and if we take energy drinks then it is worthless.
Posted by Pixie on 08-29-2017
wallet

Water is healthier!

I was drinking a lot of energy drinks in the past until my heart started to make my problems. Now I know is better for us to drink a lot of water the whole day long not only when we exercise or not. Drinking at least 2 liters of water a day it makes our body healthier and full of energy!
Posted by wallet on 08-29-2017
gata montes

Natural, healthy and free

As there is no reliable proof to say that sports drinks work any better than water at keeping you hydrated - but water has for centuries been shown to the best way of keeping hydrated and is the generally recommended means of re-hydrating during and after exercise too - water will always be my preference - as unlike commercially produced energy/sports drinks - I know for sure that it is beneficial to my health.

In fact - if you were to broach this question to a qualified trainer or professional fitness coach - they too would say water and advise you to stay well away from sports drinks.

Particularly as - not only are they extremely unhealthy - as they are all loaded with high levels of caffeine based products, artificial sweeteners, sodium, chemical flavor enhancers and additives - and are nothing more - than a product whose marketing hype has been cleverly designed to lift hard earned cash out of consumers pockets - but more importantly - there is a very distinct lack of scientific evidence to substantiate any of the wild claims related to any of the sports/energy drinks currently on the market.

Posted by gata montes on 08-29-2017
JoeMilford

Just Give Me Water

When it comes to this choice, just give me good old fashioned purified water every time. I am never quite sure what goes into all of these so-called energy drinks, and a lot of them are full of sodium. When you compare the cons of these two liquid choices, I would rather have to urinate more often than to get diabetes, of course. Your body needs lots of water everyday regardless of whether or not you are frequently exercising, and even more water is needed to keep you from dehydrating when you are exerting yourself!
Posted by JoeMilford on 03-15-2018
giovanniiiii

Natural hydration

Energy drinks can help boost a person's energy while doing workouts but water also does the same by helping the person stay hydrated. I am sure that drinks other than water do not provide hydration as much as water does, as they also contain different contents in them. There are even cases wherein drinks can damage a person's kidney or damage a person's stomach because of acidity. It should only be water especially for people working out.
Posted by giovanniiiii on 08-30-2017
Pink_Turtle

best water!

Water is better, healthier -it doesn't contain all that sodium, sugar and colorants to make it look pretty such as the energy drinks- and way cheaper, you can just fill the bottle at home and take it with you, energy drinks can be really expensive and they are not worth it. If you want to drink something diferent you can just flavor the water with some lemon, mint or strawberrys.
Posted by Pink_Turtle on 08-29-2017
wiseagent

Always water.

Drinking water while exercising the body is much more effective than taking energy drinks. What energy drinks cause, are just false feelings of well being and more energy... It's a pure waste of money / time (just read some scientific articles to prove it).

Water is life and is the best option!

Posted by wiseagent on 08-29-2017
zheh

Water for me

I still prefer water. It is the best drink to quench your thirst and regulate your temperature after the workout . It is the best natural drink to help your digestion and remove body toxins. I don't like drinking energy drink. I don't like its taste. And i think it has a bad effect on me cause there's a time that i tried to drink one but instead of being energize i suddenly feel weak and i'm palpitating. So i'll never try drinking those again.
Posted by zheh on 08-29-2017
muaaz.93

Keep it simple

I would support water on this one. As for drinking, energy drinks are always dangerous for health. Furthermore, drinking these drinks while exercising increases the like even more. While drinking water is good in between weight training but one should inhibit it while doing cardio.
Posted by muaaz.93 on 08-29-2017
manmad

Healthiness.

A lot of energy drinks are filled with stuff that can counter the development of your body. The least thing is that they have sugar, I mean it's not like they are gonna hurt you or really stop you that much, however it's way better to just drink water and it's not like it's going to cost you anything. Energy Drinks aren't that bad an hour before work out though, depending on what kind of night/day you've had previously, sometimes you might need the energy.
Posted by manmad on 08-29-2017
felabruno

Fresh water

Water is the best thing that you could ever drink while doing working out. It doesn't have any risk on health as these other drinks at some point can cause some health issues. Whenever I work out I have never felt the need to drink something else than water and I think people should only drink this while exercising.
Posted by felabruno on 08-29-2017
cubo

Water all the time

I prefer water because it's natural and I can drink as much as I want, also, it's cheaper.
Posted by cubo on 09-02-2017
Vatroslav

Always water

Water is the healthiest and most natural liquid we can possibly get into our body. We need no energy drinks which are full of sugars and God knows what else.
Posted by Vatroslav on 08-29-2017
Gidsmonts101

Water can replenish the body from dehydration

Water is a good intake in the body especially when exercising. While we sweat, the body releases enough fluid, this fluids are said to come in pores in the skin and also said that it's a toxic inside our body and is needed to take out for disposal. The body needed to be hydrated in order to function again, cause water brings enough oxygen that supply our body. Drinking water after excessive exercise can replenish our body from water that are release while doing workout. Also it is much healthier that energy drinks because water are pure and does not contain chemicals, it is natural in replenishing our body.
Posted by Gidsmonts101 on 08-29-2017
Vastor122

Water!

Energy drinks aren't that effective but has the tendency to damage your organs (your heart especially). I had a friend who nearly died because of her excessive intake of energy drinks, that fool. She was lucky because her mom saw her crippling on the floor after exercising, the doctor says it was because of her drinking a lot of of that specific drink. After that incident, we, her friends, couldn't buy another bottle of that substance lol maybe because of trauma.
Posted by Vastor122 on 08-29-2017
jeiyyy

stay hydrated

for me its water.Its hassle free to get since water is very accessible, our body need is water as it naturally help our body's dehydration and excessive intake does not have any dangerous effects in our body.
Posted by jeiyyy on 08-29-2017
jayken

water

I prefer drinking water when I'm in the gym. It really helps my body to get more sweat. unlike with energy drink its alcohol and it has many ingredients that may affect our body. It also contains a lot of sugar.
Posted by jayken on 08-29-2017
Xyruz13

Energy drinks are dangerous

I would say drinking water is better. Energy drinks as we all know have negative effects on your body while water is beneficial to our body. Energy drinks have so much sugar content because this ingredient gives your body energy. On the downside, it gives the risk of having diabetes. It can give you palpitations and high blood pressure.I think it's better to just drink Gatorade than Monster, Cobra, Sting or any other energy drink. Or better, just drink water. Eat food that will boost your energy because doing exercise so you won't have a need for energy drinks.
Posted by Xyruz13 on 08-29-2017
geloi

Water is Life

There is absolutely no harm in drinking too much water as they say that is why I still choose to drink water when I exercise.
Posted by geloi on 08-29-2017
Kakashi2020

H2O

I think drinking water is the safest choice when working out. You can't go wrong with water because it's natural and to me is the best in hydrating ones body. Energy Drinks in the other hand has its uses but prolonged use is linked to kidney and liver problems. So I'm choosing water over energy drinks.
Posted by Kakashi2020 on 09-20-2018
ajahcuizon

Water Everyday

Water is very good for our body as it helps us flush away our toxins. A study shows that it can also helps us lose weight and maintain our body in a good condition. Unlike drinking energy drinks that might have negative effects on our body. I usually drink water before each meal and have my own tumbler so that I could keep myself hydrated even I'm outside.
Posted by ajahcuizon on 10-11-2018
jeffreyjose48

Drinking water

I vote for drinking water while exercising the body. Its because its cheap. Water is free.
Posted by jeffreyjose48 on 10-03-2018
allyn2017

water

It is free and i think it is more healthy, because I heard a lot of side effects of energy drink.
Posted by allyn2017 on 11-09-2018

Comments

Marvadaum
Depends on the exercise in fact. Water is the best hydration method to most exercises but still, some of the more strenuous exercises require something to replenish the minerals lost in the sweat. But we're talking about prolonged aerobic intense exercise. To all others, water is just perfect.
Posted by Marvadaum on 08-29-2017
Corzhens
Pardon me if you are a fan of energy drinks. I don't take energy drinks especially when I do a workout, water is still the best for me although sometimes I am tempted to drink soda which is very refreshing when the weather is hot. The physician in our family always reminds us that energy drinks may cause problems with the kidney or liver. It is not proven yet that it is effective and clean because it's a new thing. There are cases of suspected kidney failure due to drinking energy drink. Anyway, just to be on the safe side, it is water that we should drink most often and not sugared or colored drink. One alternative to water is coconut water.
Posted by Corzhens on 08-29-2017
jaysolano12
I prefer to drink a lot of water, because there's no guarantee that , the energy drink would sustain such in label content. Drinking much often of energy drink, sometimes not good at all. In my opinion, drinking energy drinks would not be good at health, especially, if don't get more sweat through by means of exercise. I often drink more water, i could even tell the result in my body, unlike before I feel more exhausted. I taking water therapy, as natural therapy, it also a cheap way to do it.
Posted by jaysolano12 on 08-29-2017
tophew
for me i like water the most yes energy drink is great to but there are lots of side effect if you drink it every exercise due to its ingredients. no one can beat the water because our body cannot leave without water and only water have no side effects so i go on for water. water is life :)
Posted by tophew on 08-29-2017
williamk
Before my morning jog, I drink a glass of water and take more during or after the workout. When I miss to take it after the jog my body gets really burnt out. I would advocate for more water than energy drinks when working out than energy drinks.
Posted by williamk on 08-30-2017
galegatling
Most people will obviously go for water but did you know that there are also energy drinks that have impressive vitamin contents which could boost your resistance and energy while you are working out? But yeah, water should be the main drink to most people because well first of all, it's healthy.
Posted by galegatling on 08-29-2017
rose thornes
Whenever I feel thirsty, I will grab the water first. I don't know if it's just me but I find the water taste sweet and heavenly everytime I feel thirsty. After exercise, a bottle of water is good for me.
Posted by rose thornes on 08-29-2017
lovely
I take water after every work-out,energy drink cannot quench thirst and quenching your thirst is quite vital for the body after exercising.I think energy drink shouldn't replace water in any way.Personally,I take energy drink,when I'm weak not after exercising.Energy drink I believe is just an energizer and it should not be gulp down all the time like water or else it becomes unhealthy for the body.
Posted by lovely on 08-29-2017
rogel
Energy drinks contain some ingredients which is different to the water we drink everyday. Water is the best to replenish the loss liquid from our body and it is enough to quench the thirst that we feel. Natural water is helping our body to maintain the percentage needed of our body.
Posted by rogel on 08-29-2017
babyright
Taking water while exercising our body is much better and very vital for our health. If you take energy drinks while exercising it will only give you energy for some time. IF you take water while exercising, it will prevent dehydration and increase the metabolism of our liver to help generate extra energy for our body and it thereby helps us to perform our physical activity better and with more balance than taking energy drinks.
Posted by babyright on 08-29-2017
pizzalover
I think drinking water is so much better because is natural and doesn't bring bad consequences when you drink it. Besides all of that drinking water has a lot of benefits not only while you are exercising the body but also for our daily lifestyle. Drinking water could also help with weight loss. Additionally, drinking water helps to clear the skin, can reduce the risk of pimples.
Posted by pizzalover on 08-29-2017
Authord
Before examining the benefits of sports drinks vs. water, the exerciser should understand the importance of fluid replacement. While elevating the heart rate and working out, the muscles can be beneficial to the body's health (the body loses water at a much higher rate than normal). The hotter the temperature and the more intense the exercise, the more water is lost. According to the American College of Sports Medicine, on average, people lost 2% to 6% of their body weight during exercise sessions. The human body uses water to regulate body temperature, transport oxygen and nutrients and dispose of waste. The majority of blood--and thus the majority of the human body--is comprised of water. If the body becomes dehydrated, the exerciser can feel cramps, fatigue and dizziness, or experience even more serious problems such as heat stroke and heat exhaustion.
Posted by Authord on 08-29-2017
vinaya
water is the best drink and there is no substitute for water. You can drink energy drinks for instant energy, however, water can never be replaced with any drink. water has zero calorie, therefore, water will not give yoy energy, however, water hydrates your body, releases toxins from your body and cleanses your internal organs.
Posted by vinaya on 08-29-2017
lovely
I think water does give energy as well because I sometimes really get weak after exercising and my instructor says I can take water to help boost my energy level and sincerely after taking water I have good amount of energy to continue. So energy drink though is good is just a way of the company making money but water is a natural energy booster and it can readily boost energy
Posted by lovely on 03-17-2018
RosieCheeks
I never tried energy drinks and strongly believe that will never have them.It is a junk synthetic drink which upsets an overall health. Water is my everything. During workout whenever I feel thirsty I make a deep relaxing breath, then have few sips of water and it`s pretty enough to reboot my energy and it gives me also a nice push for proceeding my exercises.
Posted by RosieCheeks on 08-30-2017
Scarlet
I drink water while exercising and haven't tried drinking energy drinks. I've heard that drinking too much energy drinks could lead to health problems in the kidney. Water is a good source to replenish the fluid we lost in sweating while exercising.
Posted by Scarlet on 08-30-2017
williamk
Water is a free natural resource where you just need to purify it to make it safe for drinking. To make energy drinks you would need water as one od=f the components, that shows how much important water is. Before anything else, we require water in our body to stay healthy.
Posted by williamk on 08-30-2017
anna
Energy drinks are full of caffeine and chemicals. But there are drinks that contain electrolytes which are way better than water for fitness.
Posted by anna on 08-30-2017
rj02jogoy
If you feel thirsty, then drink water anytime you want. Water is body's prime need so fulfilling it is a must. But water should always be taken in sips and not gulps. This stays true for water intake during, before & after exercise. On an average, a healthy individual must take 3 lt (=10-12 glasses) of water per day. In case the water loss by means of exercise or any other therapeutic condition increases, the water intake should also increase parallelly.
Posted by rj02jogoy on 09-01-2017
kgord
I think water is always best when you are really thirsty but if you need energy you may want to pair it with energy bars that will give you quick energy. This is just one of the best things you can put in your body when you are running. The carbs from the energy bars and water help. Also, the above post is wrong when they say excessive intake of water is not bad, some people have died from too much water in their system. It messes up the electrolytes in your system.
Posted by kgord on 09-05-2017
joey98
I could never trust Energy drinks, too much obscure substances, water in another hand taste better than any energy drink on the world, and it's far more nutritious and healthy.
Posted by joey98 on 09-24-2017
Adesuwa08
Drinking water while exercising is the best. I don't see why you should be taking energy drinks while working out or exercising. Its like not being yourself while working out because it gives an extra strength to perform better. Its better you work out in a manner that it is all you and nothing more added to you. That's why I prefer drinking water when exercising.
Posted by Adesuwa08 on 12-19-2017
hermessantos
I am adept at natural ways, so drinking water is my best choice. Energy drinks can be advantageous, but I think water is definitely the best way.
Posted by hermessantos on 02-15-2018
overcast
I think water during exercise is different for each one of us. And we have to learn how to do things in that context. You can see that keeping body hydrated is necessary for the same reason. I guess we learn from the experience.
Posted by overcast on 03-17-2018
hermessantos
If about 60% of our body is made of water and in the muscles that percentage rises to 75%, imagine the importance of the liquid in our lives ... and in training!

Also remembering that water is in all the chemical reactions that the human body performs, in addition to forming the cellular structure, regulate body temperature and help transport nutrients and oxygen through the red blood cells.

Vital mechanisms rely on water acting to function properly, whether in the elimination of carbon dioxide through respiration, blood pressure balance or cardiovascular health.
Posted by hermessantos on 03-18-2018
ion
I think much better to drink water and I will choose that. Honestly, I'm still don't believe in some energy drinks, I used to drink redbull before while playing sports like basketball and actually nothing happens, the result on my cardio and stamina was still the same, I just spent more money for that. Drinking water and energy drinks for me has no difference.
Posted by ion on 06-26-2018
Kakashi2020
I think taking energy drinks are really not healthy and regular use of it are proven to be unhealthy for both the liver and kidney. I think energy drinks should only be taken during emergency situations and that exercising doesn't fall in that category. So I would choose water or lemon infused water to drink when exercising.
Posted by Kakashi2020 on 07-07-2018
Kakashi2020
I don't drink energy drinks because there's a lot of studies saying that it has detrimental effects to the kidneys and liver. It's better to drink mineral water to be always hydrated and to quench the thirst.
Posted by Kakashi2020 on 07-22-2018
Corzhens
I have also some reservations on energy drinks because it is not time-tested yet. We don’t know if it can cause serious health problems in the future. Anything you drink is suspect when you develop kidney stones and anything you eat is suspect when you have liver problems. That is the reason why it is wise to avoid ingesting new products that have not passed the test of time.
Posted by Corzhens on 10-03-2018
jeffreyjose48
I choose water while exercising the body. Its so easy to do. You don't have to buy energy in the grocery store. You just bring water to where you are exercising. There is no hassle with water.
Posted by jeffreyjose48 on 10-03-2018
vhinz
Water costs less than the energy drinks. I'm not really sure if energy drinks really helps regain more energy when you drink it but I used to drink it when I have extra money for it. Maybe these two is relevant when you are exercising because you lose energy and a lot of body fluids.
Posted by vhinz on 10-19-2018
vivalavanda
I am not really a fan of energy drinks while exercising. Besides, water is healthier and less sugar than energy drinks. I replenish my body water while exercising because our body is composed of 70& water, let's be sure that we are dehydrated while exercising. In addition, it is much cheaper than energy drinks and healthier than any other beverages.
Posted by vivalavanda on 11-04-2018
allyn2017
I don't really drink energy drink because it has many side effects in your body, so I choose water.
Posted by allyn2017 on 11-09-2018