Originally Posted by dv3
I do this easily. I run a lot and sweat a lot, if I didn't I would be dehydrated.
+1 it's all very dependent on each persons body. If i don't drink enough water, I feel like something is not right. Of course I do rigorous cardio and lift 5-6 days a week... so in my case the large water intake makes sense.
Originally Posted by Big Punisher
I now have to piss every hour, however.
You get used to it. Just make sure you use very mild soap, since you are washing your hands often (I hope
Originally Posted by Flambeur
a gallon of water, a gallon of beer, is there really a difference?
Not to the average American (see healthcare debate / US healthcare expenses for further info)
Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim
You get used to it man. Better than trying to smoke that shit. It takes FOREVER to light!
Not so! The sun heats up water ALL the time.
Originally Posted by turbozed
Snopes has a pretty good and well-researched article debunking the 8 glasses of water a day myth.
Interestingly, a kidney physiologist at the NIH says that healthy, mildly active, people living in temperate climates only need about 1 liter of water. 1 liter of water is what the typical American consumes a day from solid foods.
The typical American doesn't even get mild exercise to say nothing of rigorous exercise....!