Myth:

 

If I don’t sweat, I’m not losing weight

Busting it:

 

Sweat is a biological response that cools your skin and regulates internal body temperature, it is how the body cools itself. There is considerable variability in sweating rates between individuals.

 

It IS possible to burn a significant amount of energy without breaking a sweat. Losing weight requires burning kilojoules, not necessarily sweating profusely.

Accredited Exercise Physiologist, Alex Hardy