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T.Horton
07-16-2010, 02:34 PM
in the hot, muggy air in mid-afternoon. The weather now in Toronto is 30 degrees (about 95 fahrenheit) with the humidity bringing the heat to feel like it's 35 (about 101).

Threw up, dry heaved a bunch of times, and then jumped on my bike to eat some watermelon.

Stay out of the heat is the moral of the story, in case you didn't know.

FISHTIKS
07-16-2010, 02:53 PM
I bet a sauna or steam room would feel great right now! :owned:

Spartacus Sully
07-16-2010, 04:58 PM
in the hot, muggy air in mid-afternoon. The weather now in Toronto is 30 degrees (about 95 fahrenheit) with the humidity bringing the heat to feel like it's 35 (about 101).

Threw up, dry heaved a bunch of times, and then jumped on my bike to eat some watermelon.

Stay out of the heat is the moral of the story, in case you didn't know.

Psh only 95 degrees? i did that with 16's on in my 100 degree pole barn then went for a 18 mile bike ride.

boxingsmash69
07-16-2010, 05:13 PM
Hell, it was 107 degrees here in Las Vegas yesterday. I was barely able to finish 3 rounds of shadowboxing with 18oz gloves on (in my non-airconditioned garage)

I am only into week 2 of training though.

GymRat
07-16-2010, 09:48 PM
in the hot, muggy air in mid-afternoon. The weather now in Toronto is 30 degrees (about 95 fahrenheit) with the humidity bringing the heat to feel like it's 35 (about 101).

Threw up, dry heaved a bunch of times, and then jumped on my bike to eat some watermelon.

Stay out of the heat is the moral of the story, in case you didn't know.

Holy Christ, I know the feeling. I've lived in Alaska (it's not cold or snowy, just cool and rainy) for 3/4 of my life and in 2007 I had to spend two weeks in Las Vegas. ****ing 104 degrees at 2:00 in the damn morning and like 112 degrees during the day. My balls were dripping the Atlantic ocean everywhere I went. On top of that, I had shaved my ass like two days prior to arrival (was curious at the time, haven't done it for years since) so sweat had my ass cheeks gliding and a sweat stain on the ass part of my khakis. I couldn't breathe for **** outside either. 95% of the time there was spent inside the hotel room or inside the hotel lobby while a family member went and got the rental car (which I demanded be air conditioned for at least 5 minutes prior to me entering).

Edit - Not sure what my point is, but let's just agree that heat sucks.

Del Coqui
07-17-2010, 09:57 PM
Holy Christ, I know the feeling. I've lived in Alaska (it's not cold or snowy, just cool and rainy) for 3/4 of my life and in 2007 I had to spend two weeks in Las Vegas. ****ing 104 degrees at 2:00 in the damn morning and like 112 degrees during the day. My balls were dripping the Atlantic ocean everywhere I went. On top of that, I had shaved my ass like two days prior to arrival (was curious at the time, haven't done it for years since) so sweat had my ass cheeks gliding and a sweat stain on the ass part of my khakis. I couldn't breathe for **** outside either. 95% of the time there was spent inside the hotel room or inside the hotel lobby while a family member went and got the rental car (which I demanded be air conditioned for at least 5 minutes prior to me entering).

Edit - Not sure what my point is, but let's just agree that heat sucks.

News to me.

On the subject, I lived must my life in Puerto Rico and cant recall ever seeing 112 or even 104 degrees. Very humid over here thou, different from that dry heat.