I guess to non-runners, this is an almost silly question but to us, it is a genuine concern. back when it was alot warmer here where I live, I would have to drink alot and take routine potty breaks because of the fluid consumption.
I have noticed that since it is cooler, especially during my half and the runs leading up to it, i have not had the potty break issue at all.
my question is that is it possible to reach a balance between fluid in and fluid out through sweat or respiration that it greatly reduces the need to urinate during a longer run? I did check myself after the race (color test) and I was not excessively dehydrated at all. not sure what to make of it and is it safe?
Edited by: ON2VICTORY at: 10/30/2010 (22:00)
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