The interdependent role of loading frequency, cycle number and intensity was investigated by quantifying the bone remodeling response to a relatively high frequency (30 Hz) loading regimen. The applied strain distributions were correlated to site-specific surface modeling/remodeling and intracortical porosity under long duration loading, following disuse plus 18,000 of applied loading cycles with peak normal strain of 700, and disuse plus 108,000 applied loading cycles induced at 100. While new bone was found in the low cycle, high strain magnitude group, the sites correlated poorly with the distribution of induced strain. However, a strong correlation was observed between the preservation of bone mass and longitudinal normal strain (R=) in the high cycle, low strain magnitude group. These results indicate that mechanical loading can hold anti-resorptive potential, even at levels less than 100.
General recommendations for people who train and sweat are -7 liters per day, or the equivalent of about 7-15 pounds of water. Do you think this is a lot of water? Well, don't sweat it! Some of it will come from fruits—which are often 80 percent water—and other foods. However, the bulk of your liquid needs need to come from water and watery beverages, including milk. Many weight trainers and strength athletes will hydrate before a workout and train with water bottles nearby or will frequent the water fountain, but others still ignore hydration opportunities before and during training.