There are many ways to keep your body running smoothly during exercise. The most important of these is ensuring that the body stays well-hydrated. When you sweat, it’s simply part of the way your body regulates heat and moisture levels during exercise. Dehydration can lead to muscle fatigue, reduced performance and even cramping. So, make sure you’re drinking enough water before, during and after workouts so you can safely continue exercising or recovering for longer periods of time than usual at a high intensity level . It’s also worth considering how much fluid your race will require on race day because this may affect some people more than others (e.g., if you plan on doing multiple sprints over short distances then drink less than someone who plans on holding back until they reach an Aid Station).
For those struggling with excessive sweating while training or racing there are several things that runners can do to help prevent further problems: