sweat up a litter in 60 minutes from spinning. I spin twice a week.
As a blood donor, every two months I get tested for hemoglobin. It drops below 11 every once in a while and when i take iron tables, that bring the hemoglobin back to normal. My physician does not understand why because after GI exam there was no evidence of internal bleeding.
Could I losing more iron through sweating during the spinning than normal? An why do I feel so lethargic after spin even if my fitness is so high?
I seem to be sweating on the face mostly, but actually the whole body sweats. I shave my head every morning, so sweat from my head just comes across my face like I'm having a shower.
I take a lot water before and 12 hours thereafter and that seems to keep me well. I have also weighted myself before and after and I was amazed by by a 2lb drop in 60 minutes. Off course I put all back when I drink the water.View Thread
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