Fix Post Shower Sweating And Other Important Topics…
Every time I log online, I feel like I learn something important or completely worthless. I’ll try to summarize the important topics I Here is my internet summary for the week.
Internet Summary Part 1
Yesterday I posted this question on my personal facebook page:
What’s worse, post shower sweating or sweating while eating.
To my surprise, almost everyone said post shower sweating.
Here’s a few responses:
post shower…hate that, love the meat sweats!!! – Landon
post shower by far. Eat sweats are bad, however offset by the fact youre eating…my favorite activity. – Pat
Is mid-shower sweating an option? Otherwise I definitely vote post shower. – Jordan
Depends if eating before or after a shower. Tough call either way… – Mark
Eating and sweating while showering followed by post shower sweats…definitely the worst. – Dan
I laughed so hard reading all this. My brother says post-shower sweats are more annoying, and I agree. Eat sweats are a funny sorta warning sign for me. Like, I know I’m approaching legendary status when that kicks in…lol, also know I’m in for a headache and a crazy body load, so maybe I oughtta slow down and drink a sh*t ton of water. – Jared
Shower Sweating Solutions:
A few readers also suggested the following solutions to fix post shower sweats. Try them out and let me know how it goes!
1. Pat Dry – Prevents hot towel on man friction.
2. Progressive Cool – Cool the temperature slightly and allow your body 15 seconds to adjust. Repeat until water is cool.
3. Fast – Leave the shower room quick to get out of the humidity and stand in front of a fan for 3 minutes.
4. Just go naked (someone that is a bit creepy sent me that one…I’ll be closing my blinds tight from now on).
Video of The Week.
Not the puking dead lifter (yuck if you saw that). This comes from Rosstraining.com. Ross is the man, and I used to spend a lot of time on his forum. This is the serious part of this article:
Pictures of The Week.
Truth! Go to a college town downtown and you will see this everywhere.
Advice from your commercial gym water fountain expert:
And that’s enough for one week….
- Joe Hashey, CSCS -