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Hydration Hacks: Delicious Ways to Drink More Water During Your Workout

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Add slices of fresh fruit like strawberries, lemon, or cucumber to your water bottle for a refreshing and flavorful hydration boost. 

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Infused Water 

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Rich in electrolytes like potassium and magnesium, coconut water is a natural way to replenish fluids lost during exercise while adding a hint of sweetness. 

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Coconut Water 

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Blend fresh watermelon with ice for a hydrating and delicious post-workout treat that's packed with vitamins and antioxidants. 

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Watermelon Slushie 

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Brew your favorite herbal tea, such as mint or hibiscus, and chill it in the fridge for a refreshing and hydrating alternative to plain water. 

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Herbal Tea on Ice 

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Freeze coconut water or sports drink in ice cube trays and add them to your water bottle for an electrolyte-rich hydration boost. 

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Electrolyte Ice Cubes 

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Mix sparkling water with a splash of 100% fruit juice for a hydrating and bubbly beverage that's low in sugar. 

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Splash of Juice 

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Make your own sports drink by mixing water with a pinch of salt, a squeeze of lemon juice, and a touch of honey for natural electrolytes and energy. 

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Homemade Sports Drink 

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Freeze small pieces of fruit like berries or citrus slices in ice cube trays and add them to your water for a burst of flavor as they melt. 

Fruit-Infused Ice Cubes 

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