Sometimes I think my Blog Reader follows me around the net and tells the people writing the blogs what i've been reading.
The above is a very indepth and complicated look at hydration. Good Luck!
I read through this, deffinitly never understood all of it but, reading it made me very thirsty. No joke! Like when I see people do weighted twisting crunches I sometimes get back pain.
Admittedly not knowing all that much about it, I generally think that if you don't know how much water you drink per day, then you're not drinking enough. Do you know how much water you typically drink per day?
After reading an article similar to the above, I realised I wasn't drinking enough water. Was about 3 years ago. So, I would keep 1.5 litre bottled (still do), fill it, and gulp away at it all day, making sure I finish it atleast twice each day. When training I make sure it's full and I'm close to finishing it most sessions - sometimes need to fill it again during the session. This had a great effect on my workouts. I couldn't believe it, to be honest. So, on a non training day, I drink atleast 3 litres of water (i'm not counting tea or coffee or whatever else). On a training day, again not counting other things with water in them, I'll get atleast 4.5 litres. btw when I started doing this i had to pee like crazy but, that settled down with time and is still something I don't understand.
When I first started doing this I felt like I was drinking LOADS of water. After years, I realise I could easily drink a lot more. Not sure how much is too much though, or how little is too little. As per the above post, it seems to be individual. I've seen general goverment based recommendations of 1.5 litres per day but, the goverment has a great habbit of underestimating GOOD things (see RDA for various vitamins, minerals, fishoil,etc) and overestimating crap things (see food pyramid).
That's all I've got on the matter...