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During both exercise and inactivity the body generates heat. In order to maintain proper core temperature, this excess heat must be carried away from the body. Ordinarily, during low activity periods, the convection of ambient air around non-sweating skin is sufficient to draw off the heat. However, during high activity periods, heat is generated more ...


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Your body is always sweating, including when working out, but how drenched you get depends on the intensity of the exercise combined with the humidity level. I used to go running at an easy pace in California and barely got wet. In a place like Miami, one can sweat considerably even from just walking down the street. I know of one workout which doesn't ...


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Perspiration is a natural response to exercise. It's a byproduct of duration and/or intensity as well as environmental conditions. So, if you don't want to sweat, try something that's low impact. But, if you do, you risk not getting a real benefit from your efforts. As for the motivation aspect of your question, try finding a partner that shares the same ...



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