Sweat. It happens in hot temperatures as well as in moderate to intense exercise. Some people are alarmed when the cool liquid starts pouring out of them. They may decrease the intensity of their workout or stop it completely.
A personal trainer Portland would tell you that sweat is in fact a good thing. Sweat occurs to cool off our body and prevent them from over heating. Without sweat, the temperature of our body would rise and out health could be in jeopardy.
With sweat comes loss of water in the body. It is imperative to keep fluids in your body throughout your workout so that you don’t become dehydrated. Take sips of water every 10-15 minutes during your workout and 8-12 ounces immediately after your workout is complete.
When sweat is not occuring during your workout, one of two things could be occuring. Either your body is not under enough intensity or you are dehydrated. Pay attention to your body and judge which of the two proves to be true. Up the intensity of your workout if you know you’ve maintained a good water supply throughout the day. Take a break from your training if you know you haven’t consumed enough H20 and resume your workout once you’ve adequate hydration.