Does Your Workout Make You Smell?

Sporting an unseemly outfit or eating cereal before hitting the gym can cause you to reek. Make sure you’re not the one stinking up the locker room

Angela Kwan February 25, 2011

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Exercise reaps many positive benefits: increased energy, improved cardiovascular health, reduced risk of  diabetes, a sharper mind, and even a better sex life. But there's one fitness by-product you could probably live without: body odor. While nobody smells powder fresh after hitting the gym, you can exacerbate the stench with habits such as wearing the wrong clothes or eating certain foods. Read on to discover six surprising reasons your workout is making you stink, and how to make it more pleasant for you (and those around you).

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