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DRAGONCHILDE SparkPoints: (58,533)
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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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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: 1,202
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?

-Sarah


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

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