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Publisher: Brooks Cole
ISBN: 9781305627994
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14th Edition
Frances Sizer + 1 other
Publisher: Brooks Cole
ISBN: 9781305627994

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Chapter 10, Problem 13SC
Textbook Problem

To prevent both muscle cramps and hyponatremia, endurance athletes who compete and sweat heavily for four or more hours need to

  1. replace sodium during the event.
  2. avoid salty foods before competition.
  3. drink additional plain water during the event.
  4. replace glucose during the event.

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