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13 Ways to Cool Down Your Summer Workout

Look Hot and Stay Cool

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6/19/2018 12:54:53 AM

SUSANBEAMON's SparkPage
Some of these work for me, some will make thing worse.
6/13/2018 10:45:06 AM

PWILLOW1's SparkPage
WATER....WATER.....WATER!
6/12/2018 4:26:50 PM

CHRISINMIAMI's SparkPage
Thanks but I live in Miami!
6/12/2018 10:39:03 AM

JANTHEBLONDE's SparkPage
Great ideas
6/12/2018 8:26:49 AM

HOLLYM48's SparkPage
Great article!
NANAW12001
6/12/2018 7:41:23 AM

Thanks. Hot and humid here in Texas.
6/12/2018 7:16:39 AM

ALEXTHEHUN's SparkPage
Here in Texas, these concepts are vitally important to keep in mind.
PLCHAPPELL
6/12/2018 5:05:32 AM

Great tips
5/28/2015 7:52:22 AM

AUNA_VISTA's SparkPage
Saying to drink water while you are swimming is a bit weird. Yeah, you have a special, very large pocket in your swimsuit? Also, there really isn't a way to slowly come from the heat into a cold building. That doesn't make sense! Just get inside.
HIPPIECHICK78
5/28/2015 6:00:12 AM

I know all these things but always doing them I'm kinda bad at that. I got really sick Tues night. I followed all the advice. It felt cooler (though still humid and fairly hot) the breeze was nice and it was after 9pm. I pushed myself on a hill and by the time I got home my face was nearly purple. I don't sweat much and that's a big problem for me. I don't think I cooled down from my walk properly either. So remember to cool down folks!
JANETEMILY
6/24/2014 3:50:52 AM

As someone who lived in south Florida for the first 50 years of my life, I agree that it's what you get used to! It is humid there almost every day, so it's less noticeable. Now that I live in North Carolina, where it's only humid in the summer, I feel a lot more miserable - so I usually wait until about 9 pm to walk with my dog. And as others have commented, I now love going out when it's cold--40's or colder are great!
6/9/2014 9:16:22 AM

DEPSERV's SparkPage
I've never heard of a polyester/cotton blend being more comfortable in hot weather than pure cotton. I've found the opposite to be the case. I used to work in extreme weather conditions, and I always wore a bandana. A few times I tried one made of poly/cotton instead of pure cotton and it felt like I had plastic wrapped around my head; cotton was always very comfortable though, and absorbed sweat so it didn't run down in my eyes.
8/3/2013 7:48:23 AM

VLADNDEE's SparkPage
Great Tips especially for living in FL
7/24/2013 9:34:21 PM

CHRIS3874's SparkPage
I think this applies better to ONE segment of the population than the other but I like to cut my hair shorter in the summer. It may NOT help a lot but even the sensation of coolness helps.
7/23/2013 8:50:25 PM

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