For many people there’s nothing more exhilarating or more satisfying than breaking a good sweat during their workout. In fact, for many people, a body glistening and literally dripping with post-workout sweat can be like a badge of honor to be proudly worn – a way of saying to oneself and anyone else in the gym watching that we just put in some serious work! So give us our props!

That said, have you ever wondered whether a lack of sweat means that you’re possibly doing something wrong, and as a result not burning as many calories and fat as you should during your workout? If you’re a bit concerned about whether your workout might be subpar if it doesn’t cause you to break a wicked sweat, check out my Fast Fit Tip video where I answer a common fitness riddle: Does More Sweat = More Fat Burn?

Enjoy the Fit Tip, and if you’re currently on a weight loss/healthy living journey, be sure to check out my premium Dr. Phoenyx nutritional supplements for fit body and healthy hair growth. Last but not least, also be sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel and website’s Newsletter so you can get your hands on my sweet freebie, Dr. Phoenyx’s 4 Rules for Healthy Hair & Fit Body!

Dr. Phoenyx Austin, M.D. is a certified Sports Medicine Specialist and the creator of Dr. Phoenyx brand nutritional supplements for Healthy Hair and Fit Body. Follow Dr. Phoenyx on her website and YouTube channel for fitness, natural beauty and healthy living tips.

Ask Dr. Phoenyx: Does More Sweat Mean More Fat Burn?  was originally published on