Water and hydration are fundamental to human health and fitness - absolutely everybody in the world knows that fact at this point! However, knowledge can sometimes start to get a little bit more limited when it comes to exactly who much we should be drinking and how often. We all know about the risks of not drinking enough water, so it is vital that you have some knowledge about what you own personal liquids intake should be. Here is how to calculate how much water you should be drinking each day.
For your body weight:
1. Take Your Current Body Weight in Pounds and Divide That by 2.2
2. Now Multiply That Number Depending on Your Age, as Follows:
• If you are younger than 30, multiply by 40.
• If you are between the ages of 30 and 55, multiply by 35.
• If you are older than 55, multiply by 30.
3. Next, You Need to Divide That Sum by the Number 28.3
4. The Number That You Are Left with after Doing All of Those Calculations is the Number of Ounces That You Should Be Aiming to Drink Every Single Day. You Can Divide the Number by 8 to Get the Results in Familiar Cup Measurements
For your activity level: