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DRAGONCHILDE SparkPoints: (58,536)
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9/16/13 8:08 A

Different workouts, different humidities, different circumstances; it really doesn't matter, in the end. Sweat isn't an indicator of anything but your body ridding itself of excess heat. It's not a sign that a workout is better or worse or anything. :)

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MLAN613 SparkPoints: (198,185)
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9/16/13 8:07 A

Somedays, you may be working harder than others. If you just ride the stationary bike, I trust you are using different programs to keep your body from getting used to the same old thing. I also know that somedays, the higher the humidity, the more I sweat.

STRONG_SARAH Posts: 1,203
9/16/13 6:20 A

Hello all. This may be a weird question, but is there a reason I sweat more some workouts than others, and I do the same workout every day. I ride the stationary bike an hour every morning after I wake up and some days I'm drenched and others nothing. Does anyone know why that is?


People who say it cannot be done should not interrupt those who are doing it.
George Bernard Shaw

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