I love sweat. I love the way it purges a hangover, leaving you ravenous and ready for a new day. I love the way you can feel the toxins push through your pores and drain away. I love the skinny feeling after a waterlogged slog, even when intellectually you know you have only lost water weight. Emotionally and hormonally, it feels much more substantial. Sweat can purge a menstrual mood, a snarky attitude, or the propensity to pick a fight, enabling the sweater to return home a much more pleasant person. I like the way my skin feels after a good sweat--clean, taut, and hydrated. It is even possible to sweat so much that the initial smell eventually runs clean, purified like water. [Kristin Armstrong]
I love sweat. I love the way it purges a hangover, leaving you ravenous and ready for a new day. I love the way you can feel the toxins push through your pores and drain away. I love the skinny feeling after a waterlogged slog, even when intellectually you know you have only lost water weight. Emotionally and hormonally, it feels much more substantial. Sweat can purge a menstrual mood, a snarky attitude, or the propensity to pick a fight, enabling the sweater to return home a much more pleasant person. I like the way my skin feels after a good sweat--clean, taut, and hydrated. It is even possible to sweat so much that the initial smell eventually runs clean, purified like water. [Kristin Armstrong]
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