To De-Stink Your Gym Clothes
Muscle & Performance|February 2017

If your workout wear can stand up and salute the flag, it's time for drastic cleansing measures. 

Lara McGlashan

Every gym has one — that dude whose undercarriage precedes him to the powerlifting rack, that guy running on the tread-mill whose wake smells like rotting death, that yogi whose Down Dog liter-ally smells like dog. (And if you don't know what we're talking about, then you're That Guy!) Yes, gym clothes are supposed to smell a little funky when you're through working out — after all, you've poured your blood, sweat and tears (and more sweat) into your training. But when the funk does not debunk, even after laundering, you've got bigger bacteria to fry. Here are some easy ways to de-swamp your wardrobe. Employ them starting, like, now and relinquish your title of That Guy (or Gal) with relish. 

1 LET YOUR SWEATY CLOTHES DRY 

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