What is the best way to stay hydrated on the Tennis Court?

To answer this question properly we must first address the debate over if all H2O is created equal. Does Filtered vs Alkaline make a significant difference? The answer is Yes. Most water filters do not filter all contaminates out of the water including fluoride.  The pH level in filtered can vary from acid to weak alkaline. To effectively flush out toxins you need to be drinking a water with a higher pH level.  A good pH level is around 8.0 as it is not too alkaline and not acidic.

Many theories also exist around plastic water bottles and containers, some skeptics still believe all plastic is equally harmful to the environment. While there is some truth in this, technology has come a long way since the days of the toxic disposables. Today, consumers can find everything from thermo-insulated and vacuum insulated to eco-friendly BPA-free products.

In addition, look for containers that are not only dish washer safe but have push button lids and meter intake monitoring. The best containers keep hot or cold beverages without sweating. There’s nothing more refreshing than an ice-cold chug of water after a Live Ball game. It’s not a mystery that it’s virtually impossible for anyone to drink enough water. Therefore, it seems logical that people who always carry a water bottle as more likely to stay hydrated than the rest of us.

When water tastes good like in the case of Alkaline water, people naturally want to consume more. Most tennis players bring water to their tennis lesson or tennis clinic, but rarely carry with them otherwise. We all know that reusable containers are better than disposable for the planet. However, for some skeptics this point still isn’t convincing enough. If this best describes you, consider the money you will save by switching to a reusable water bottle.


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