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10 Untold Facts About Water

Narrated by: Charles Orlik
Length: 4 mins
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Sixty percent of your body weight is water. This water is required for all of your body's chemical reactions to occur, which means repair, building, and breaking down of nutrients. I bet you did not know that water allows your ears to hear sound and allows your eyes to capture light as it bounces of the objects in your surroundings. Listen to this article to find out 10 more facts that the media won't tell you about the benefits of what we know as water.

I am certified by the National Federation of Professional Trainers and have recertified successfully for over five years. My certification number is 45582. I have a passion for health and make it part of my discipline to work out and learn new fitness trends every day.

©2014 Trevor Clinger (P)2015 Trevor Clinger

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Water, Water everywhere

Clinger takes a few minutes to discuss water and the benefits it has on the body (mostly per when we exercise). I can't really say that these are untold facts, but more that they are obscure or uncommon facts. Still, if you get into a position in which you will be working out or in an area where you will be sweating due to heat, you will probably want to check this book out.

Orlik coompliments CLinger quite well, and is easy to listen to. Just an FYI, the book is roughly 5 minutes in lengh, so expect straight to the point information, whith no narrative dawdling.

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