Sweat

Staying hydrated while working out is a necessity, but sometimes it’s hard to tell when our tanks are on low. Check out our guide for becoming a mid-workout hydration hero.
Working out is great and all for making us look and feel good, amongst a host of physical and mental benefits. But exercising day in and day out can have some super annoying consequences.

Take a whiff of this: Human body odor goes beyond the deodorant aisle. B.O. can reveal what we ate for lunch, whether we’re shy or outgoing, and what kind of spouse we’d make.

We don’t exactly love it when our faces are set ablaze mid-kickboxing class. So we had to ask: What’s up with turning so red?

Sweating buckets during exercise may be a sign of an intense workout, but it may also be a cue to rehydrate and replenish lost electrolytes.

Hate that gross, sticky feeling after a gym session? Don’t — it’s the body’s natural mechanics at work to stay cool and quenched.

We don’t exactly love it when our faces are set ablaze mid-kickboxing class. So we had to ask: What’s up with turning so red?

Take a whiff of this: Human body odor goes beyond the deodorant aisle. B.O. can reveal what we ate for lunch, whether we’re shy or outgoing, and what kind of spouse we’d make.

Working out is great and all for making us look and feel good, amongst a host of physical and mental benefits. But exercising day in and day out can have some super annoying consequences.
Staying hydrated while working out is a necessity, but sometimes it’s hard to tell when our tanks are on low. Check out our guide for becoming a mid-workout hydration hero.

Hate that gross, sticky feeling after a gym session? Don’t — it’s the body’s natural mechanics at work to stay cool and quenched.

Sweating buckets during exercise may be a sign of an intense workout, but it may also be a cue to rehydrate and replenish lost electrolytes.