Water consumption is a very important aspect to your complete nutrition plan.
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Water Consumption - Staying Hydrated

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Water consumption is a very important aspect to your complete nutrition plan. Although water doesn't taste like anything and shows no nutritional benefits on the nutrition facts label, it is still the difference between having your muscles grow or preventing them from reaching a ripped and sexy abdominal state.

The general rule of thumb that you see on many health and beauty commercials is that you are supposed to drink 8 glasses of water a day. A typical glass is 8 ounces of water, which means that you should never drink less than 64 oz of water a day.

Tricks To Drink Water Consistently

Sadly, there are very few people that actually do drink 64 ounces of water a day. So what are you to do?

The way I remember to drink water is to try to drink a glass of water every hour or every other hour. Whenever you look at the clock and you see that it is a different hour of the day compared to when you had your last glass of water, then fill up a glass and drink away!

Another trick is to carry around a gallon of water and just drink out of it the whole day. The goal of this is for you to try to drink the gallon of water before you go to sleep. This tends to be used more around athletes and schools, but it works no matter where in your life you are.

Correct Water Consumption

Don't you think it is odd that the same water consumption is used for someone that weighs 100 pounds compared to someone who weighs 300 pounds? If you said yes, that's because it is.

Even though the 8 glasses of water a day is a nice general standard, if you want to get ripped abs and lovely six pack abs, you will need to have a specific amount of water intake.

Ab workouts make your body work harder which makes your body burn more energy. This means that the nutrients and water that you've consumed gets burned quicker! To find out more about best ab exercises click here.

Therefore, below is a chart that will tell you how much water you need to consume in order for you to stay adequately hydrated. If you are in between the intervals of 10, round up to the nearest 10 pounds. This will prevent you from ever becoming dehydrated.

While water consumption will aid you along your way to your six pack abs goals, if you are really serious about getting a solid six pack, then I'd highly recommend Mike Geary's book The Truth About Six Pack Abs.

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Daily Water Consumption Requirements
Weight In Pounds
Ounces Of Water To Drink
Number Of Glasses To Drink
<100
50
6.25
110
55
6.88
120
60
7.5
130
65
8.13
140
70
8.75
150
75
9.38
160
80
10
170
85
10.63
180
90
11.25
190
95
11.88
200
100
12.5
210
105
13.13
220
110
13.75
230
115
14.38
240
120
15
250
125
15.63
260
130
16.25
270
135
16.88
280
140
17.5
290
145
18.13
300<
150
18.75

 

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