As the summer heats up, runners need to adjust their routine to stay comfortable and productive.

It’s frustrating to finish a good run and then feel wiped out and sluggish for the rest of the day, but much of that wiped-out feeling can be mitigated by replacing the water and electrolytes that are sweated out during a long, hot run.

Bernice Torregrossa: bernice92@aol.com

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