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i work out in the morning and keep myself hydrated prior, by drinking a glass when i get up and one before i head out the door. I work out less than an hr and rehydrate as soon as i'm done.


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8/30/13 3:03 P

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I normally run on a track, so I often keep my flask on a platform nearby and stop to drink whenever I am dehydrated. I think the best option for you is to keep in waist pack and keep it tight to stop it from slipping off. I hope others can contribute so we know how to take care of this challenge.

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8/30/13 8:58 A

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How do you stay hydrated while walking/jogging? I tried to wait until I was finished to rehydrate, but can't do this. I had an OLD "fanny pack" I've used to carry a water bottle, but it's not holding up very well. As I said, it's old. So I'm researching running belts to carry water. I don't really like the idea of hand held, but if that's what it boils down to, I will. waist packs bounce and slip. Is there something perfect out there? (besides camelbak?)

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