"We call that the awkward shower," says Robert Huggins, Ph.D. I'm kneeling in a tarp-lined tub, while a PhD student named Cody drops a waterfall of deionized water over the top of his head. Here at the Korey Stringer Institute (KSI) at the University of Connecticut, they try to collect every drop of sweat I've just collected on a bike ride. "Sweat likes to hide in those little body hairs."
The shower is only part of today's test. I'm here to find out how my body reacts to heat after hearing this workout in heat The weather can make you a better athlete ̵