Hydrate your muscles

People aren't busting there asses in the gym just to pass the time; we workout to stay healthy and also because we want to look our best. If you want to get the most out of your workout, then you have to take into account every factor of health and fitness, and a very overlooked one is the intake of water.

Even the slightest amount of dehydration can decrease a persons strength up to 15%. If you are fatigued during your workout then you aren't going to perform your best. Not to mention that by the time you actually feel thirsty, your body is already dehydrated. Even if you are training early in the morning, you may want to pound a glass or two of water along with your Axis Labs Clutch Whey and Smash. If you're not urinating clear or waking up at least once a night to use the restroom chances are you are already dehydrated.

Your joints are lubricated by fluids that are primarly comprised of water. In order to prevent from pulling or tearing anything you want to be properly hydrated. You are also more likely to cramp up if you don't have enough fluids, not to mention that water also aides in proper digestion. If you want your food to feed your muscles properly, you need to have enough liquids in your body to help absorb the nutrients. In addition, water also helps to regulate your blood pressure.

Proper diet, supplementation, and the right workout with enough discipline can get you pretty amazing results. Doing whatever we can to get these results should make drinking water seem like a breeze compared to doing a set of heavy squats. Proper hydration is so important when it comes to muscle building, strength, and proper digestion, as well as being key to having a better workout and — in my opinion — it is the easiest component that goes into your regimen.

The average human can survive for a few weeks without food, but normally no longer than 2 days without water. Up to 70% of the body is comprised of water and and 75% of our muscle tissue. Water is ranked second to oxygen as the most important nutrient in the body. One of the things that most bodybuilders emphasize while working out is the pump. When you get a pump have forced a majority of your blood flow into the muscles. Your blood is mostly comprised of...WATER! I think these simply facts alone tell us why water is essential to our health and our workouts, now we have more than one reason to drink up! Cheers!