“I did ask the person we were with because we did a PT session,” Rachel added, smugly.

“I asked Kat ‘Do male clients generally sweat more than women?’ and she said ‘Generally yes.’”

But, even with a professional’s account, Chris believed he knew better, drawing on all the technical terms he could think of.

“But it depends how fit they are and what his beats per minutes were at the time,” he shook his head, before reeling off a list of factors that could mean men sweat more than women, including whether a male’s beats per minute are higher than the female and compared their sweat glands, which he insinuated could be at the top of the reasons why.

source: express.co.uk

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