What Makes You Sweat?

Can Antiperspirant Help You Be A Better Liar?

Can Antiperspirant Help You Be A Better Liar?

Anti-Perspirant at Your Fingertips Gloves keep them warm in cold weather. You have to dip their unique patterns in ink if you ever need to get fingerprinted. On occasions it is satisfying to get your fingertips all muddy with dirt or sand. But have any of you ever coated the tips of your fingers with antiperspirant?

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Mark Arrow: Chiseling Stone, Building Coffins & Meeting the Pope

Mark Arrow: Chiseling Stone, Building Coffins & Meeting the Pope

Mark Arrow is a 5th generation stonemason and is one of the only ones in the world that does Byzantine stone work. His artistic sensibility and craftsmanship is unrivaled; everything he creates is of the utmost highest quality. Whether designing and laying custom brick patterns on multi-million dollar homes for the rich and famous, handcrafting furniture, delicately carving wood or building churches in foreign lands, his creations are built to last. When he’s not moving and carving stone for work, he can be found climbing on it in the mountains as a guide for Rock & Road. Talk about your...

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Jeff Bevan: Paragliding, Woodworking & Missing Smells

Jeff Bevan: Paragliding, Woodworking & Missing Smells

Jeff Bevan was born in Denver, CO and graduated from Loveland high School in 1969. In his 20's he helped initiate the Rock Climbing Program at Colorado State University for their Outdoor Program. This program was one of the early programs of this nature offered at Universities around the nation.

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Production Engineer John Trowbridge on the Times Square Ball, Trent Reznor & Keeping Cool

Production Engineer John Trowbridge on the Times Square Ball, Trent Reznor & Keeping Cool

Just thinking about what has to happen behind the scenes to pull off a successful event, television or theater production would make anyone break out in a sweat. But John Trowbridge, founder of Wolf Productions, manages to always stay cool. Whether he is helping light politicians, working on concert productions for rock stars, or making sure the ball drops precisely at midnight in Times Square, this veteran of the industry has got things covered.

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Smoke DZA on Lifestyle Rap, Bucket Hats and Stage Sweat

Smoke DZA on Lifestyle Rap, Bucket Hats and Stage Sweat

If there’s one name that’s synonymous with Harlem’s Rap Renaissance, it’s Smoke DZA. The born and raised Harlem artist rose from the ranks of local battle rapper, sharpening his rhyme skills on the playgrounds of NYC’s public schools, to an internationally-acclaimed artist touring with the likes of Snoop Dogg & Wiz Khalifa to Redman and Method Man.

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Striking While the Iron is Hot: Ironworker Eric Brugeman

Striking While the Iron is Hot: Ironworker Eric Brugeman

Eric Brugeman has been a union ironworker for over 10 years. As if that didn’t make him sweat enough, he is also the father to an adorable, almost 4 year old daughter. When he is not unloading and stacking, he runs Eric Brugeman Design, building contemporary wood/metal composite furniture.

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Rock Climbing, Ice Climbing & Painting with Doug Ferguson

Rock Climbing, Ice Climbing & Painting with Doug Ferguson

Since 2008, Doug Ferguson has been the owner and one of the head guides for Mountain Skills Climbing Guides. His company leads guided rock and ice climbing trips primarily to the Shawangunk (“Gunks”) and Catskill Mountains of New York. Doug has climbed extensively throughout the United States, largely in the southeast (North Carolina, West Virginia and Tennessee) and since moving to New England, in the Adirondacks, the Gunks and the White and Green Mountains. He also volunteers weekly with the NYC Adaptive Climbing Clinic, teaching rock climbing to people with physical disabilities. Growing...

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The Skating Adventures of Tony Muse, aka Peter Pan

The Skating Adventures of Tony Muse, aka Peter Pan

Tony Muse has lived quite an extraordinary life. He moved seamlessly from figure skater to inline speed skater after realizing what he truly loved was to “just go really fast”. At 17 years old, he became the youngest male to win a Senior World Championship. Counting the numerous metals he has won from national and international competitions is enough to make anyone sweat. Nowadays, he can be found strapping on quad roller skates as he takes the track for Your Mom Men’s Roller Derby. He is as much of a winner on quads as he was on inline skates. Your Mom won the MRDA (Men’s Roller Derby...

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Riding the River with Jesse Hicks of A Day Away Kayak Rentals

Riding the River with Jesse Hicks of A Day Away Kayak Rentals

Jesse Hicks is far from your average college kid. The 21-year old, hard working, fast learning SUNY New Paltz student is mature beyond his years. Unlike your typical early 20-something, Jesse isn't interested in the night’s special at the local bar or how many followers are his instagram feed - he doesn’t sleep his weekends and stays away from junk food. A quick peek inside Jesse’s life reveals an active, business-minded 3rd year college student with a notable collection of awards and accolades to his name that are like those of a blue-chip collegiate athlete. However upon further...

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What Makes You Sweat? Submit Your Story!

We're talking to our favorite people, asking them “What Makes You Sweat?” Whether it’s an extreme sport activity, a labor-intensive hobby, an intense life experience, or even a bad date! If you have a life experience you'd like to share with us, submit your story in form:

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