Keep Your Body Swinging for the Fences with Proper Hydration

Paramus Daily Voice—March 22, 2016

In a recent Paramus Daily Voice article, Anil S. Ranawat, MD, a sports medicine surgeon at Hospital for Special Surgery, explains what professional athletes can expect as they begin the baseball season in colder weather after training in Florida or Arizona.

According to Dr. Ranawat, "Even if you aren't on an opening day roster, it's important to gradually increase the intensity and duration of exercise over a few days to let the body acclimate to new environmental conditions. Even in colder temperatures, athletes should drink plenty of fluids to stay hydrated."

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