As my early morning training gets depressingly darker at the end of the year, I wonder if I should try squeezing some of my sweat sessions over at lunch. However, "sweating" is what appeals to me: how do I do my exercise, stop to sweat, clean up, make my hair presentable again and fix my makeup – all in just a short hour ? I needed advice from woman to woman (because, let's say, the boys got a lot easier in the cleaning department) – I turned to my four favorite trainers (and great girls) ̵
In resistance training you sweat much less than during cardio training, says Braganza, a Los Angeles-based celebrity trainer Jessica Alba and Halle Berry among her clients. If you can, save the cardio sessions if you have more time to tidy up and shower.
If you choose cardio, you should dry your sweat with a cold towel, suggests Amy Dixon, a trainer and exercise physiologist based in Santa Monica, California, at home overnight and refrigerate at work (or store in an insulated bag with a cold block) until you need it. So refreshing! To stop sweating more quickly after exercise, drink very cold water (keep it in the fridge as well) to lower your body temperature faster, says Dr. Michele Olson, trainer and professor of motion science at Auburn University in Auburn, Ala.
Skip the shower
Clean with body wipes instead. Or, if you have no problem with dry skin, try ordinary, hygienic wipes – the alcohol in them helps cool your skin faster, Olson says.
Save Your Hair
New York City Trainer  Kristin McGee ( Health's own yoga columnist) solves the sagging hair puzzle after training with a dry shampoo (her favorite:  Klorane Gentle Dry Shampoo with oatmeal) – just spray it on and brush it through. Do you have long curls? Both McGee and Dixon suggest putting your hair in a knot or ponytail to keep it as sweat-free as possible.
Prepare Your Face
Think ahead and get some make-up in the morning – and definitely choose waterproof mascara, says Dixon. Then, just before training, put a thin layer of Vaseline under each eye, says McGee. If your mascara blurs during welding, you can simply rub it with a cotton swab or paper towel. Make-up as needed and voila, you can go!