I have been hearing a lot from fitness enthusiasts about their concerns related to declined fitness level under hot conditions. As surprising as it may get, training in heat makes you fitter as long as you are doing it right. A person who trains in hot weather is expected to perform better under moderate temperature conditions. If you are working out under expert supervision, you may be asked to take certain measures and follow a strict diet plan to keep up with your fitness level, no matter how hot or humid the weather gets.
When you workout in heat, you sweat a lot and this makes your body to lose significant amount of water and sodium. Eventually, you’ll start to feel weak and your bike power and run paces will decline considerably. But, if your water and salt intake is proper, the heat will work wonders for you. If you are on a weight loss program, you will lose quickly whilst retaining your strength and stamina.