#1 Before the Game:
Track your fluid intake-aiming for at least 8 glasses of water, juice or milk a day-and more when you are working out or on the field.
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*Tip: Keep a water bottle to refill as needed.
Reduce dehydrating drinks like sodas, coffee, and especially alcohol.
#2 During the Game:
Halftime is the time for plenty of liquid. Water or sports drinks will recharge your system.
*Tip: Choose a sports drinks containing electrolytes, minerals, and carbohydrates.
#3 After the game:
When the game is over, rehydration should begin. If you are hot and tired, slowly drink cool water or a sports drink until your thirst subsides.
When hydrated properly, your performance can top that of a better player who is dehydrated. Translation: Drink up! Your game depends on it.
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