do we realy needs to get wet?..i mean sweat !

@bombshell (11268)
Germany
March 22, 2009 2:33pm CST
when we do our exercise do we realy need to get sweat to loose weight?
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25 responses
@zandi458 (27954)
• Malaysia
22 Mar 09
You should sweat it out when you exercise and wet yourself when you are doing other form of exercise. Anything that moves your body are good to loose weight my dear.
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@bombshell (11268)
• Germany
22 Mar 09
hahaha zandi right! anything body moves is a good SeXercise
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@bombshell (11268)
• Germany
22 Mar 09
hahaha zandi you make my night wondeful
@Jennlk84 (4219)
• United States
22 Mar 09
In most exercises you'll do - sweating means your body is working hard! So I like the feeling of sweating when I'm doing any kind of aerobic exercising. I guess it really just depends on what type of exercises you're doing! Because like the above noter said, you don't usually sweat when you're swimming! And if I'm just lifting weights, I don't always sweat.
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@bombshell (11268)
• Germany
22 Mar 09
right.. anyway thanks for the opinion.
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• United States
22 Mar 09
I would assume so, considering you use a lot of energy, which means your body is heating up and you're perspiring to cool it down. Then again, I can go to the gym and work out for an hour without breaking a sweat. So I wonder if I am doing it wrong.
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@bombshell (11268)
• Germany
22 Mar 09
so just like the first response above, the swimming you dont get sweat but its aort of exercise.anyway thanks for the opinion
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• United States
22 Mar 09
As far as I know, thats a myth, but I don't have any real proof for that, but in my opinion the best way to lose weight, is calorie counting
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@bombshell (11268)
• Germany
22 Mar 09
in which way?
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@ElicBxn (60185)
• United States
22 Mar 09
you don't sweat when you swim - well if the water is cold enough
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@bombshell (11268)
• Germany
22 Mar 09
right
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@Lakota12 (42794)
• United States
23 Mar 09
Sweating ids good gets rid of alot of things. so sweat baby sweat!
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@bombshell (11268)
• Germany
23 Mar 09
sweat baby wet
@payout (3722)
• United States
22 Mar 09
Well yeah some people don't like to sweat but it's good to sweat. Sweating takes out all the toxics in your body and it helps you get rid of the energy from the food you ate. That's what food is for energy and energy is measure in calories. The energy that you don't get rid of will become Fat. thats how people gain weight. So Sweat but you don't always need to sweat. You can walk and not Sweat. Your still using up energy, It's also good to take like 30 minute walks at the least. I try to walk that everyday. I'm not going to lie i do have my lazy days. So for my advice yes sweating is not the sexiest thing in the word but it's good for you and thats why we have showers and Baths. Hopefully you take my advice or at least some of it. take care and keep on Mylotting take care. "It's Good to Sweat" Payout
@bombshell (11268)
• Germany
22 Mar 09
i am speechless with your complete information.i am also the same lazy"sometimes" but i do only 2 kind of sexercise...opsss i mean exercise but i do the push up daily but dont get s*wet hahaha
@redhotpogo (3935)
• United States
22 Mar 09
Sweating is just an indicator you're getting close to overworking your body. Its trying to keep itself working. Its like an overheating car, that's cooling itself. Sweating isn't going to make you lose weight really. If you work out till you sweat, usually you'll stop, and that's it. If you want to lose weight don't work out until you sweat. Do it in bursts. Do five minutes on one exercise, pause for a couple, and stretch slowly , then five more on another exercise. Keep from getting to that point where you sweat. The longer you can go the more you are going to lose. Sweating it out, is just making it harder on you.
@bombshell (11268)
• Germany
22 Mar 09
i see thanks forthe clear information
• United States
22 Mar 09
yep yep. That's what I do. Have a great day.
@bombshell (11268)
• Germany
22 Mar 09
its night here and soon going to bed.
@Theresaaiza (10097)
• Australia
23 Mar 09
I don't know about swimming. Maybe we do sweat but it just mixes with the water. Hehe...not sure. I think the mechanism by which we lose weight is that when we exercise, we burn the fat and transform it into its by-products which we need to produce energy. Sweat is one way to lose excess water, and toxins. I think we should exercise to the point of sweating so that our efforts won't be pointless.:-)
@bombshell (11268)
• Germany
23 Mar 09
i do the push up everyday and i dont get sweat
@Theresaaiza (10097)
• Australia
24 Mar 09
Maybe you are pushing up in the snow! That's why! Try pushing up in the Sahara desert that even blinking makes you sweat gallons. Hehe. Just kidding, bomb. Well, there are steps on exercising. I think you need to do warm-ups before doing the rigid ones. Like you do breathing exercises first, then simple head and neck, then arms, waist, knees, and down to the toes exercises. After that, stretching exercises. DamN, I feel like a PE teacher here. LOL
@bombshell (11268)
• Germany
25 Mar 09
hahaha thank you my teacher
@ajithlal (14568)
• India
30 Mar 09
I also think sweating helps to lose the weight. Sweating is one of the best way to keep onself fit. Sweat helps to removes the toxics and other harmful things in the body. I also think that a person doesn't sweat a lot during swimming. Swimming is also one of the best way to keep onself fit.
@bombshell (11268)
• Germany
30 Mar 09
ok thanks for th inpinion
@Vladilyich1 (1456)
• Canada
29 Mar 09
Not really. Sweat is only the body's way to keep cool. When it evaporates, it cools your body down. It is an indication that you have exercised enough to raise your body temperature, but it doesn't mean that you are loosing weight, except water weight. Any decent exercise, even anaerobic exercise, will cause the body to burn something to keep your energy up.
@bombshell (11268)
• Germany
29 Mar 09
thanks
@neha2k94u (408)
• India
24 Mar 09
After exercise when we sweat, thats a great feel, we feel a large amount of energy poured into us... Though this is not necessary that you must sweat for getting slim as after yoga hardly any of us sweats, but that helps a lot for loosing weight...
@bombshell (11268)
• Germany
25 Mar 09
ok thanks for the info
@zeloguy (4915)
• United States
24 Mar 09
Sweating is the body's way of expelling heat from our bodies to keep our core temperature regulated. Do you NEED to sweat... no. And there may be those that will argue with me, but some of the best excercises that I do are slow and methodical. When you are doing cardio, you want to get your heartrate to either the 'fat burn' or 'cardio' phase (preferably both) and when you do that (at 65% and 85% of your max) then you are naturally going to sweat. There are those that sweat more than others so the amount is not something that is important it is important that when you workout doing cardio that indeed you get your heart rate to the point of actually burning fat... and at the same time not going over. That is why first of all it is good to know what your max heart rate is... and the best way to do that is a max heart rate stress test. But to get a good idea you would use this formula: Males: 210 - 1/2 your age - 1% of your total body weight + 4 = Predicted Maximum Heart Rate Females: 210 - 1/2 your age - 1% of your total body weight + 0 = Predicted Maximum Heart Rate So for me 210 - 18 - 2 + 4 = 194 Cardio is then 85% of that or 165 Fat Burn is then 65% of that or 126 My actual numbers are different as my max heart rate is 185 but with that formula you are not far off... and notice that for FAT BURNING you are at a LOWER heart rate then cardio. And when you go over that you are actually working out at a less efficient rate. Find what your max heart rate is... buy a heart monitoring watch and then get out there and lose those pounds! Thanks Zelo
@bombshell (11268)
• Germany
25 Mar 09
we have heart rate but hubby using it.anyway thanks for the complete information
@gemini_rose (16194)
23 Mar 09
I used to think that I had to sweat to lose weight but I dont think so, I think the sweat is the bodys moisture coming out and so you drink water to replace that lost moisture. I was told that keeping the heart rate up while doing exercise for around 20 minutes is what helps lose the weight, not sure but there you go!
@bombshell (11268)
• Germany
23 Mar 09
i just asking about sweating because i do push up everyday but dont get sweat so i wonder if it works out well.i realized i lost weight but i still have excess bagage(belly fat)
@riyasam (16582)
• India
23 Mar 09
wet???(nothing worthehile is achieved without getting wet)i am not exactly sure why we should sweat,maybe because water is lost from our body which helps us to lose weight.
@bombshell (11268)
• Germany
23 Mar 09
hehehe maybe
@Jenyyy (9)
• Bulgaria
23 Mar 09
Well, it depends - if you aim at losing weight - the more you sweat, the faster and better results you will get. Personally, I do hard work outs 3 times per week (about 2 hours per work out) and I sweat a lot - I can't go without sweating. And once I got used to it - it feels so good! It is also the best way to boost your metabolism and to lower the percentage of fat in your body. So yes - for me, sweating is crucial!. :)) http://squidoo.com/BurnFatShapeYourBody
@bombshell (11268)
• Germany
23 Mar 09
thanks for the info
@youless (87485)
• Guangzhou, China
23 Mar 09
I think it's very normal for us to sweat after doing exercise. It is too hard not to get wet anyway:) I think it's also an efficient way to lose weight. I love China
@bombshell (11268)
• Germany
23 Mar 09
i am asking because i do my daily push up but i dont get sweat
• China
23 Mar 09
Well,i think there must be have many methods to lost weight,but do exercise is the best methods for good to healthy,it can increase your metabolism.and there's not everything is absolutely,just see you have strong will power and keep it up,then you can success.
@bombshell (11268)
• Germany
23 Mar 09
i am asking because i do my daily push up and i dont get sweat
@veejay19 (3592)
• India
23 Mar 09
I do not know the real scientific reason but i assume that when you exercise the sweat that rolls off your body removes the excess fat or flab in your body and you automatically loose weight.If you are overweight then you must exercise in such a way and under supervision that you really sweat hard. The more you sweat the more the fat content in the body reduces and you stay healthy because your body becomes much lighter. So i believe sweating is good for the body. Also sweat removes the accumulated toxins from the body.lol.
@bombshell (11268)
• Germany
23 Mar 09
thanks veejay for the info
@user_786 (1339)
22 Mar 09
i think sweating is important as it helps speed up the burning and release of calories from the body
@bombshell (11268)
• Germany
22 Mar 09
thank you