THE Physiology OF SWEAT
As we know,muscles produce heat during exercise, and your inner body temperature rises, your body triggers a cooling process – sweating. There are sweat glands in our body which are designed to pump fluid (water, salt and other electrolytes) via the skin to evaporate into the air. Body Physiology of every person is different. Some people are natural sweaters – due to hyperactive sweat glands & some people donot generate even bit amount of sweat.
THE Relationship BETWEEN SWEAT AND SUCCESS
Usually all we assume that the more you sweat, the more calories you burn, but the fact is that there’s actually only lil bit correlation between these two.
Lets take an example, If you use treadmill in an air-conditioned gym, its clear that you’ll most likely sweat less as compared to workouts in 30 degree conditions. Even your body has to work Harder to keep your body temperature cool, it will not drastically rise your metabolism. In fact, you will end up burning less calories instead. This is due to the fact that being hot makes workouts harder, so you will exert less energy and fatigue earlier than when make workouts at lower temperatures.
What About Fat Loss ???
You’ll be slightly lighter after the outdoor run. Does that mean you’ve burned more fat? Not quite. It just meant that you’ve lost more fluid through sweat – so Its only temporary loss in water weight (not fat).
WHAT Actually MATTERS WITH CALORIE BURN?
There are 2 main factors that determine an effective calorie burn:-
For attaining best workout, 150-300 minutes of “moderate” intensity exercise or 75-150 minutes of “vigorous” activity a week is considered.
So guys Let just forget stressing about your sweat. Just keep do workout.
Regular workouts (of any kind) along with a better diet plan is a sure way to achieve and maintain a Normal weight.