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    Hi every one i just wanna ask u guys about water during practice and cofee before and after practice does it all help

    #2
    Hi there,
    Yes, you can drink as much as water you want to drink as it's keep you dehydrate.
    But as per coffee, drink it one time only on breakfast. Not consume it more then 1 to 2 cup.consuming more will be harmful for health. I think it will not add any help before r after practice so avoid it. ( I am not a doctor, it's my personal advice)
    Thanks
    I hope answer is helpful to you

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      #3
      I drink coffee any time but for workouts I take a bottle of water with ground ginseng root added. Also have juiced (veg and fruit) for decades and use the juice in a smoothie around lunch time. Water always at room temp, never drink c-cold drinks.

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        #4
        I drink water frequently throughout the day, and usually after workouts, but I do not drink it just before or during a workout. Because I don’t like the feeling of water moving around in my belly when I’m working out.

        As for coffee I only drink it black when its offered to me but that is only a couple times a year.

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          #5
          Generally whoever you ask the question about coffee to you'll get a different response. While I'm no expert I don't think 1 - 2 coffees a day will do you much harm (unless you have a caffeine sensitivity).

          I can wholeheartedly recommend drinking water before during and after workouts. Remember also to replenish the sodium (salt) lost through sweat that your body uses to transport the water around your body in your cells.

          Stay hydrated!

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            #6
            What do you mean by "help"? Hydration is a key component of health, so in that since you need to drink to be healthy... Will coffee or water boost performance? Not really. There was a study years ago that implied a cup of coffee an hour before exercise boosted performance, but it wasn't that great, and it was hard to draw any causal relation. But again, if you're dehydrated, you won't be able to do much of anything effectively.

            I personally don't like to drink just before or during exercise because, like Hedwiga, I don't like the way it feels when I'm moving around, but there is no certain amount of water you're supposed to drink. Drink to stay hydrated - your urine should be clear or fairly light. If it's dark/concentrated, then you're not drinking enough water.

            The main reason I came was to dispel this whole coffee myth: coffee is perfectly safe. Even in extreme amounts, coffee is safe. Extreme amounts of caffeine may make you feel jittery, but nothing harmful will happen. The concerns about coffee affecting your heart or causing palpitations/dysrhythmias are not factual and have no basis in science.

            tl;dr - If you're thirsty, drink. If you're not, don't. Coffee doesn't hurt anything. Drink to keep urine clear.

            Good luck!

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              #7
              I would say that Baston pretty much boils it down the the core facts.
              Stay hydrated, enjoy life!

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