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Ever seen someone sweat like this? (Read 179 times)

tracilynn


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    Mid 60s? I'd hate to see the amount of sweat if it were actually hot out!  That's insane.

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    MrNamtor


    DON'T TREAD ON ME

      A buddy and I trained together for 3 months for a tough boulder climb a few years ago. We used to climb the fire escape on the side of the building where we worked, and this guy would sweat so much that if i were below him it felt like it was drizzling.

       

      Also the rails would get slick and we were climbing by hoisting ourselves over the rails, not using the steps, so i always thought we would one day fall to our deaths, but we never did.

      LRB


      Dreamer

        I didn't get past the second wring of his sock!

        Know thyself


        Mmmmm...beer

          That's how I sweat when it's hot out (not mid 60s), like today.  I got back from 7 miles and my wife asked me if it rained while I was out there, since we've been having scattered storms.  No rain, but I looked like it had rained, I was completely drenched and dripping.  Takes me a good 30-40 mins to cool down from a run like that before I can even shower, otherwise I'll still be sweating when I get out.  I can drop 5lbs easy on a hot day, sometimes more.

           

          Just looked up the dew point, 77*, no wonder I was drenched. Smile

          -Dave

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            Yeap.  Welcome to Miami!

             

            That's how I sweat when it's hot out (not mid 60s), like today.  I got back from 7 miles and my wife asked me if it rained while I was out there, since we've been having scattered storms.  No rain, but I looked like it had rained, I was completely drenched and dripping.  Takes me a good 30-40 mins to cool down from a run like that before I can even shower, otherwise I'll still be sweating when I get out.  I can drop 5lbs easy on a hot day, sometimes more.

             

            Just looked up the dew point, 77*, no wonder I was drenched. Smile

            Damaris, Marathon Maniac, Ultra Runner

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            Sloooow.

              Yeap.  Welcome to Miami!

               

              Makes me think of that Will Smith song... I finished your line with Bienvenido a Miami, lol.


              Bad Ass

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                Makes me think of that Will Smith song... I finished your line with Bienvenido a Miami, lol.

                Damaris, Marathon Maniac, Ultra Runner

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                just a simple cat

                  There is a guy in my running club that sweats like that.  It is crazy to see it.

                   

                  Running is stupid

                  grape.


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                    I only break out into an extreme sweat when I'm hungover and nauseous. I don't know why, but I suddenly get drenched in sweat. Nothing weird when I actually sweat from exercise. Maybe hyperhydrosis?

                    cookiemonster


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                      Your buddy needs to get some lightweight, non cotton socks that don't hold so much water.

                       

                      This.  Wearing two pair of what look to be cotton socks don't help him any.

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