Exercising in hot weather can put extra stress on your body while risking serious illness, according to one local health coach. Jody Anderson, a registered nurse from Succeed Health in Algoma, says to keep your body cooler and healthier this summer while working out you can take some proactive steps. She says water is a key way to stay hydrated and also curb your appetite.
Anderson adds that drinking water can help boost your metabolism to burn more calories and cleanse your body’s system. She suggests that adults should drink before they feel thirsty and increase consumption when doing more activity. You can find more health tips on safer exercising in the heat with the link below.