Corpus ID: 52834444

Fluid Intake and Sweat Rate During Hot Yoga Participation

  title={Fluid Intake and Sweat Rate During Hot Yoga Participation},
  author={S. Campbell and R. Pritchett and Katie Cederburg and T. Burnham and K. Pritchett},
  journal={International journal of exercise science},
International Journal of Exercise Science 10(5): 721-733, 2017. Hot yoga participants are at risk for dehydration due to the nature of the environment they exercise in. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to investigate the pre-exercise hydration status, fluid balance, perception of sweat loss, and sweat sodium loss in 21 male and female hot yoga participants (mean age ± SD, 33.0 ± 10.5 yr; mass, 70.7 ± 11.0 kg). Data was recorded pre and post a onehour hot yoga class (38.7 ± 2.6 °C, 36… Expand
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