Fitness

7 Tips to Start Getting Ready Faster After Your Workout

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In order to be fit and healthy, most of us are trying to hit the gym at least three times per week, but organizing your time can be difficult if you’re a busy person and you have to go somewhere right after you finish working out. Getting ready after your workout can take a lot of time, and some tips for doing everything in less time can really help you.  Whether you prefer working out just before work, or after work and before going out, if you follow the tips you’ll find in this article, you’ll be able to minimize the time spent showering and making yourself look decent for whatever activity or event you have planned for later. So, if you’re looking for some useful advice on how to get ready faster after your workout, read on.

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1. Buy a Dry Shampoo

Hygiene is very important and your hair is the most beautiful when it’s clean and freshly washed. However, washing your hair after a workout can be time-consuming and tedious, especially if you work out every day and you’re washing your hair after every workout. Unless your hair is drenched in sweat, you really don’t have to (nor should you) wash your hair every time after you exercise.

If your hair doesn’t look as nice as you’d want it to, and you have some activity planned for which you want to look good, use dry shampoo. It’s some kind of a first aid kit for your hair – it soaks up the sweat, gives your hair a richer volume and it makes it look like it was recently washed. Of course, don’t switch to dry shampoo completely, and you should wash your hair properly at least once a week. However, washing your hair after a workout drying it properly could cause you to get sick and then you wouldn’t be able to exercise or work properly. So, if you’re going out after a workout, spray some dry shampoo onto your hair, brush it and voila! It will look and smell fresh.

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