Our expert says:
Not at all - sweating is a function of the environment, then of your exercise intensity. I suppose one could argue that burning fat is also dependent on exercise intensity, but the bigger influence is the environment. So a cool day with low humidity, and you'll hardly notice any sweat - it's still happening but it all evaporates. So you will sweat at a rate that is dependent on how hard you train, but you will only notice the sweat once it starts to drip off, and that is influenced 100% by the environment.
That's why indoors, or on summer days, you'll feel like you are sweating much more, it's only because it drips off, not because you actually sweat more, if that makes sense.
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