About Best 1000+ Gallon Water Challenge Ideas
Most people have no idea that they’re chronically dehydrated until they know what it’s like to be chronically hydrated.
Research suggests that up to 75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated and don’t drink the recommended 10 glasses of water per day.
For those keeping score at home, 10 cups = 0.625 gallon. I’ve always been an active person, so naturally I’ve always felt that I drank a lot of water. What I realized, though, is that I only drank a lot of water compared to other people and that still wasn’t enough. I discovered this the hard way. Drinking “a lot of water” is subjective. Kinda like how guys will say “I eat a ton of food and can’t gain any weight” and when you track their calories you realize they don’t even eat 2,500 calories a day.
After a series of heat strokes one summer in college, when I thought I was hydrated from drinking lots of water and Gatorade, I realized that “a lot” isn’t always enough.
I quickly learned to appreciate the benefits of staying hydrated and started to give it more attention. However, I never actually measured how much water I was drinking, so I didn’t know if I was drinking enough or not. The thing is, each person is different and there isn’t an amount that is perfect for everyone.
I can’t tell you how much you need to drink, but I can safely guess that it’s more than you’re currently drinking.
For the past year or so I’ve been drinking a gallon of water or day. In the last 6 months I’ve moved that to about 1.5 gallons of water per day and I like that amount best. At first, it was challenging to drink a gallon of water, which is hard to imagine now because I usually go through a gallon before late-afternoon these days.
Since drinking a gallon of water a day, and especially after drinking more than that, I’ve experienced some noticeable benefits. And as usual, I’m going to show you the easy way to drink a gallon of water a day.
Without walking around with a gallon jug that has dumb motivational messages written all over it. But first — here is why I do it and why you might consider it for yourself.
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