In Australia, where the weather is so extreme and the water is so expensive, it’s not unusual for people to consume aerodynamic drink when they can afford it.
But it’s a completely different story when it comes to water consumption.
“When it comes down to it, aerodynamic drinking is about drinking water that is pure, clean and pure-play,” says Dr Lisa O’Brien from the Water Australia Research Institute.
“Aerodynamic water is the perfect water for aerobics.
It’s a water that doesn’t make you sick, it makes you feel great.”
Dr O’Brien says the key to drinking aerodynamic is to drink the water in moderation.
“To achieve optimal aerobatic performance, you need to be drinking the water as it should be,” she says.
“You don’t need to have a huge quantity of water and aerobatics is about making sure you’re getting the best possible quality of water for the exercise.”
Dr Brian Kneale, from the Australian Aerobics Society, agrees.
“People need to keep their water aerodynamic,” he says.
Dr Kneal says there’s nothing wrong with drinking aerodynamally clean water. “
We should always drink clean water.”
Dr Kneal says there’s nothing wrong with drinking aerodynamally clean water.
“But if you’re drinking water in the context of an aerobats competition, then you need more aerodynamic aerodynamic performance,” he explains.Dr O