Ever notice that you get more muscle cramps during the summer months? When you get super sweaty during a workout, you’re not just pumping water out of your pores; your body’s also flushing out electrolytes likes sodium and potassium. Electrolytes are essential to proper muscle and nerve function, and when they’re off balance, it’s easy to end up with cramp or muscle spasm after exercise.
Working out hard under the hot sun? Watch for these warning signs that your body’s too low on H20.
4. Your muscles are cramping
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