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2013-09-17 10:07 AM

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I may have posted this earlier. I'm looking for input/feedback, etc regarding weight loss during Masters swim(s). I've noticed a 1-2lb loss during a 60-75 min/2300-3200m practice. I've got a 24oz electrolyte drink-filled bottle poolside that I pretty much finish by the end. Didn't think you could see this kind of loss during swimming.

2013-09-17 10:14 AM
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"I'm melting!"

2013-09-17 10:15 AM
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You still sweat in the pool.

Seems inline with an hour of running or cycling.
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