7. Fitness goals: Heights of H2O

#I wanted to inaugurate my fitness regime with water. I always used to think that water is an overhyped ingredient of fitness. Eventually, I got to realize that maybe it’s even undermined. Wikipedia describes water as a colorless chemical substance. However, we did underestimate the advantages of this magic potion. After being ridiculed by my friends for putting on pounds and adding flab to the places I’ve never imagined, I decided to give it a serious try. I mean I never was consistent in my efforts. I think it’s time for me to do it, gift myself a toned ‘ME’ and a fit ‘ME’. So here’s what I did, the first thing I hear from everyone is drink water, so I decided to give it a shot. It started yesterday where I managed to drink half a liter of water and around 100 ml in the morning during breakfast and now. I’m struggling to complete 1000 ml of water. The days when water bottle looks really huge and it gives me the feel of a herculean task and yes it results in frequent visits to the washrooms, often people around you feel like what’s wrong with you. Do you think there can be an alternative to this? I’m a person who hardly drinks any water in the whole day. If we look at the natural thing, is there a possibility that my body doesn’t need water and hence it’s not asking me for water? I don’t know, let me try and find out. My target per day is 2.5 – 3 liters of water starting today. 

Wish me luck! 


One thought on “7. Fitness goals: Heights of H2O

  1. Hey there! I am not an expert all but could it also be that your body is just not used to having such a high intake of water and it is still adjusting from yesterday’s sudden change?

    The way I go about it, is to pour the water from the bottle into a reasonably sized glass and keep it always near my field of vision. When I complete a task at work or have a few minutes to spare I drink half of it. Maybe set an alarm every hour to remind you to drink! The truth is, it is hard going for hardly drinking any water to suddenly drinking litres.

    Good luck! 🙂


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