sweating

People in great shape can actually sweat more.
For when "glistening" is more like "sweating buckets."
Contrary to popular belief, summer is the least gratifying season of the year.
'Tis the season of constant pit stains, funky smells, and that horrible feeling of arriving at work drenched in a layer of sweat before nearly catching a cold in your over-air-conditioned office. To tackle the summer sweats, we tracked down professional perspirers -- four trainers and one founder of an activewear line -- who revealed their go-to deodorants.
This simple trick can make your underarms "drier than they've ever been," according to one dermatologist.
There's no question that summer is terrific, but it does pose a few palpable threats to comfort. The sweat-soaked commutes? Sleepless nights spent fanning every square inch of your body, and constantly flipping your pillow? No thanks.
5. You'll build strength. Hot yoga isn't just about sweating and getting bendy. You'll get a great muscle workout, too. "Expect
That doesn't mean yoga's not an excellent form of exercise. It comes with a long list of benefits, starting from the moment
If we apply antiperspirant in the morning, our basal level of sweat production is a bit too high, she says. "So no matter