Ello, Campbell here! 17! This is my Weight Loss Blog!! My Journey of Strife, Triumph and Victory starts NOW!
SW:302.8 CW:292 UGW:160
❒ Single ❒ Taken ✔Coldplayer
— (via livefitly)
By nature I’m a negative person & I have to constantly work on staying positive. Happiness is a choice & its a lot of work, but worth it. Change doesn’t happen by sitting around & waiting for things to come to you.. So stop wishing & start doing. #pma #positivity
Actually, your stomach tummy gets cold because of the sweat evaporating from it and circulation. It’s fairly common, but not everyone gets it and it has nothing to do with the amount of fat or calories you’re burning.
How much you sweat depends only on your body’s state at that moment, not a measure of intensity, calories burned, or how hard you workout. Some people will sweat from a simple walk, some people hardly sweat at all no matter how hard their workout is. We sweat due to hormones, how hydrated we are, what we ate that day, the heat of the room we’re in… there are a lot of factors that influence how much sweat pumps out of our bodies. So nope. This is no.