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A Review of Hydration

Kalman, Douglas S PhD, RD; Lepeley, Anna MS, CSCS, CISSN

Strength & Conditioning Journal: April 2010 - Volume 32 - Issue 2 - pp 56-63
doi: 10.1519/SSC.0b013e3181c21172
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THIS ARTICLE REVIEWS THE GUIDELINES AND CONSIDERATIONS OF HYDRATION APPLICABLE TO VARIOUS POPULATION GROUPS AND RESPECTIVE CONDITIONS. AN AREA OF INTEREST AND CONTROVERSY WITH HYDRATION IS THE IMPACT OF ADDING PROTEIN, AS COMPARED WITH CARBOHYDRATE OR THE COMBINATION OF THE TWO, ON OVERALL HYDRATION AND PERFORMANCE STATUS.

1Miami Research Associates, Miami, Florida, Florida International University, Miami, Florida, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida; and 2Touro University International, Cypress, California

Douglas S. Kalmanis a director in the Nutrition and Endocrinology Division of Miami Research Associates and is also an adjunct professor of Sports Nutrition and Advanced Metabolism in the Robert Stempel School of Public Health at Florida International University.

Anna Lepeleyis a doctoral candidate for Touro University and a cohost on the Strength-Power Hour Radio Show.

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