Crotch sweat marks at the gym
Help! Iím embarrassed by crotch sweat marks when I work out at the gym. What can I do?
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A Stop the waterworks without dialing down your intensity, says professor 
of exercise science and FITNESS advisory board member Michele Olson, Ph.D.
Step 1: Loosen up. Choose looser bottoms (they won’t cling to you-know-where) with wick-action fabric. Look for a built-in panty patch to absorb moisture.
Step 2: Powder down. Sprinkle an absorbent, talc-free powder, such as Vagisil 
Deodorant Powder, into the crotch of your bottoms before you put them on. 
Step 3: Assume the position. Snag a 
cardio machine near a fan, and angle the breeze toward your lower body rather than your face.  —Chee Gates

Stop the waterworks without dialing down your intensity, says professor of exercise science and FITNESS advisory board member Michele Olson, Ph.D.

Step 1: Loosen up. Choose looser bottoms (they won’t cling to you-know-where) with wick-action fabric. Look for a built-in panty patch to absorb moisture.
Step 2: Powder down. Sprinkle an absorbent, talc-free powder, such as Vagisil Deodorant Powder, into the crotch of your bottoms before you put them on. 
Step 3: Assume the position. Snag a cardio machine near a fan, and angle the breeze toward your lower body rather than your face.  —Chee Gates

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