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Title: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: Skate_lurker_Rob on June 29, 2018, 01:00:40 PM
So I live in the south Floriduh area and it gets stupid hot here from humidity being 60% to 80% to just being miserable. I am from a colder climate and still haven"t got use to this heat. How do you guys and gals deal with this? bs without 1 focusing your board in the daytime 2 dressing like a soccer mum or dude 3 find any kind of shade to cool off as the humidity never goes anywhere just like a warm blanket that lingers and makes me sweat from regions I've never sweat before?!
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: mynameisnotjeff on June 29, 2018, 01:37:08 PM
1) Sunblock
2) Always have water
3) Shorts and breathable socks
4) Tanktops 
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: Elderly Gentleman on June 29, 2018, 01:41:38 PM
Early morning and late evening sessions are your friend!  Like was already mentioned WATER... Lots of water.   Light, breathable clothes. 
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: Cthulhu! on June 29, 2018, 01:47:29 PM
Also Florida here. I know the feeling. If it isn't in the 90s it's thunderstorms all day. Like right now. Tanktops and shorts. Some skateboarders are insecure with this so you could buy several packs of plain cheap white t-shirts and take those with you. Bring a gallon of water. Only skate at night. Possibly in the early morning before the heat sets in.
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: shit_for_brains on June 29, 2018, 01:48:51 PM
I'm in Florida and I don't wear tank tops and shorts because of how the sun sets your skin on fire. Also I'm an adult.
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: Skate_lurker_Rob on June 29, 2018, 01:56:50 PM
So lots of water white shirts and shorts and socks.  FML I just got stuck in the rain too fuck this sucks
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: revfredmorton on June 29, 2018, 05:14:37 PM
i go without shirt
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: ChuckRamone on June 29, 2018, 06:01:04 PM
just accept the fact youíre gonna be hot as hell and sweat disgusting amounts and itíll make it a little better.
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: butterballs for jerry on June 29, 2018, 07:22:21 PM
Water. Take your shirt off in the shade and wring that shit out. Night sessions for sure but if you gotta skate during the day hide in the shade every 15-20 minutes and drink water. Bring a plastic bag to put on your car seat before you drive home. If your piss is dark at all drink more water and chill for a couple minutes. again, shade is your friend.
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: doublesteveburger on June 29, 2018, 10:01:48 PM
It's 100 degrees well into the night here in Arizona but at least it's not humid and there's no alligators.
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: brycickle on June 30, 2018, 11:38:24 AM
If you trap people in weird conversations about conspiracy theories, the heat and sweat won't bother you. Works for Gershon anyway.
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: feedmeseymour on June 30, 2018, 12:02:12 PM
Constantly writing essays on slap helps keep one cool.
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: SkateParkDesigner on June 30, 2018, 02:59:33 PM
Be aware that heat can cause health problems (like heat stroke), so take frequent breaks under shade or inside an air-conditioned environment. Wear light or white breathable clothing, but avoid dark clothing that doesn't breathe well. Check the weather to see what time is cool enough. Mid day is usually the hottest, so avoid mid day. Usually, 2 hours after sunrise or 2 hours before sunset is decent weather. Also, if you can find a night spot with bright street lights, then that'd probably be the coolest option. Make plans to skate on the coolest days of the week and stay inside on the hottest days of the week. When it's too hot out, you can play EA Skate, look for skate spots on Google Maps, or something.
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: shit_for_brains on June 30, 2018, 05:57:12 PM
What the fuck
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: MOE SYZLAK on June 30, 2018, 08:20:55 PM
Fucking hate skating in shorts, but today I found out that skating in scrubs is a pretty decent option. Thin light and breathable.
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: jomeara1 on July 02, 2018, 04:58:59 PM
Anybody here live in/by Martin County Florida? Iím taking a trip down there with my cousin to visit my aunt and uncle. Just wondering if there are any good spots around there.
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: Skate_lurker_Rob on July 03, 2018, 07:06:30 AM
Anybody here live in/by Martin County Florida? Iím taking a trip down there with my cousin to visit my aunt and uncle. Just wondering if there are any good spots around there.
Whats your go to? parks or street? parks we got plenty just helmets are enforced at some places...... I've been cataloging and making notes of spots street rails banks stairs and other do dads. for martin county not so sure of...... close to Hobe sound and Jupiter it can be a bit rich but whatever that's my opinion. If you want to skate without helmets theres a few parks and stuff but wpb and a few other stuff is killer for clips.
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: shark tits on July 03, 2018, 07:27:42 AM
in the heat of the summer better call out a plumber, turn on the steampipe and cool me of.
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: S. on July 03, 2018, 07:39:23 AM
I have been to Florida in the summer time and I guess I had to accept the fact that I can't deal with it. I cannot function in that heat. I would try to skate or go for a run in the evening, but it made me dizzy and I sometimes got headaches even though I drank tons of water.

Now that I live in Europe it gets just as warm in the summer, but it is usually much less humid, which makes it way more tolerable. Usually I skate the last one or two hours before it gets dark. So I skate between 8 and 10pm. That way I fall asleep pretty late, because after beeing active I need forever before falling asleep. Since I am presently very much underemployed and I have classes in the morning I usually take naps in the afternoon. I am also constantly drinking water.

Nap Life!!!
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: chris. on July 03, 2018, 09:31:08 AM
Successfully skated in shorts today for the first time ever. I realized I need a high top shoe and it feels way better. Just skated a mini though, I donít think Iíd want skate street still.
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: jomeara1 on July 03, 2018, 10:50:08 AM
Anybody here live in/by Martin County Florida? Iím taking a trip down there with my cousin to visit my aunt and uncle. Just wondering if there are any good spots around there.
Whats your go to? parks or street? parks we got plenty just helmets are enforced at some places...... I've been cataloging and making notes of spots street rails banks stairs and other do dads. for martin county not so sure of...... close to Hobe sound and Jupiter it can be a bit rich but whatever that's my opinion. If you want to skate without helmets theres a few parks and stuff but wpb and a few other stuff is killer for clips.

My aunt and uncle live in hobe sound actually. Heard a lot of old people live around there but whatever. Iím down for anything parks, streets, parking lots, whatever. Iím cool with helmets that donít stop me. Iím always down to skate with the locals anywhere too. Iím friendly with everyone.
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: pugmaster on July 03, 2018, 04:44:14 PM
Be aware that heat can cause health problems (like heat stroke), so take frequent breaks under shade or inside an air-conditioned environment. Wear light or white breathable clothing, but avoid dark clothing that doesn't breathe well. Check the weather to see what time is cool enough. Mid day is usually the hottest, so avoid mid day. Usually, 2 hours after sunrise or 2 hours before sunset is decent weather. Also, if you can find a night spot with bright street lights, then that'd probably be the coolest option. Make plans to skate on the coolest days of the week and stay inside on the hottest days of the week. When it's too hot out, you can play EA Skate, look for skate spots on Google Maps, or something.

Thanks Mom! Will you make me and the guys some of these?!
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Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: Bumpovertrash on July 03, 2018, 10:08:18 PM
Be aware that heat can cause health problems (like heat stroke), so take frequent breaks under shade or inside an air-conditioned environment. Wear light or white breathable clothing, but avoid dark clothing that doesn't breathe well. Check the weather to see what time is cool enough. Mid day is usually the hottest, so avoid mid day. Usually, 2 hours after sunrise or 2 hours before sunset is decent weather. Also, if you can find a night spot with bright street lights, then that'd probably be the coolest option. Make plans to skate on the coolest days of the week and stay inside on the hottest days of the week. When it's too hot out, you can play EA Skate, look for skate spots on Google Maps, or something.
please tell me your trollin dude
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: SkateParkDesigner on July 04, 2018, 12:40:52 AM
I am from a colder climate and still haven"t got use to this heat. How do you guys and gals deal with this?

What I'm saying might seem obvious to someone from a warm climate, but someone from a colder climate might not have the same experience as you with heat... Rob asked how to deal with the heat, so I tried to answer his question.

Trolling:
"Make a deliberately offensive or provocative online post with the aim of upsetting someone or eliciting an angry response from them."

The sandwich guy is trolling by calling me his Mom and asking me to make him and his friends sandwiches. But I wasn't trolling. I assure you that my only intentions were to help others.
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: cosmicgypsies on July 04, 2018, 02:55:23 AM
Successfully skated in shorts today for the first time ever. I realized I need a high top shoe and it feels way better. Just skated a mini though, I donít think Iíd want skate street still.

trying tre flips in shorts fucking wrecked me

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Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: Joe Davola on July 04, 2018, 05:40:02 AM
I generally just don't skateboard ever.
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: essal on July 04, 2018, 12:52:03 PM
i don't. we've had a fucked summer here in Norway with close to 86f/30c, which is pretty much 5-10c higher than usual. early morning or after 7pm is the only thing that works.
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: Skate_lurker_Rob on July 04, 2018, 02:51:16 PM
Anybody here live in/by Martin County Florida? Iím taking a trip down there with my cousin to visit my aunt and uncle. Just wondering if there are any good spots around there.
Whats your go to? parks or street? parks we got plenty just helmets are enforced at some places...... I've been cataloging and making notes of spots street rails banks stairs and other do dads. for martin county not so sure of...... close to Hobe sound and Jupiter it can be a bit rich but whatever that's my opinion. If you want to skate without helmets theres a few parks and stuff but wpb and a few other stuff is killer for clips.

My aunt and uncle live in hobe sound actually. Heard a lot of old people live around there but whatever. Iím down for anything parks, streets, parking lots, whatever. Iím cool with helmets that donít stop me. Iím always down to skate with the locals anywhere too. Iím friendly with everyone.
PMíd you my number when you come down here
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: Sad Hippo on July 04, 2018, 04:38:04 PM
Columbia shorts and baggy white t's.  Also, hat. Invest in one of these if you're at the park, not really practical for skating around town...
https://www.amazon.com/Rtic-Stainless-Steel-Bottle-64oz/dp/B01GS9MUFY/ref=asc_df_B01GS9MUFY/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=198094341298&hvpos=1o2&hvnetw=g&hvrand=3302469019272971011&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9032168&hvtargid=pla-361176190071&psc=1
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: fulfillthedream on July 04, 2018, 11:09:39 PM
Ive been living in this humid ass sauna for the last five years. Every year from April to October its fucking hot and humid. So I had to really change the way i dressed when I went skating.

 First this is HANDTOWELS - it takes a whole lot of trouble from using your shirt to wipe your self with.

Also get some light shorts like this (got it from a sporting good store) it doesn't need a belt which adds on more unnecessary layers ;

(https://pixl.decathlon.com.cn/p736397/k$6c4a70e39c81fada4ed1638696513a4a/sq/Arpenaz+50+Men+s+Hiking+Shorts+736397.jpg?f=1000x1000)

(https://pixl.decathlon.com.cn/p1316164/k$72b4347a372c6807453d36ea0ef381df/sq/MH100+Men+s+Mountain+Hiking+Shorts+Grey+1316164.jpg?f=1000x1000)

Also for hats - there a lot of mesh hats made with the quick drying materials - a lot of golfing hats are like this. Im rocking this one i got as a gift (grizzly i know lame but fuck it, its a free hat that doesnt absorb all my sweat and doesnt stink)  Nothing is worse then wearing a thick ass hat that absorbs sweat, stinks and leaves sweat stains when it dries...

(https://i.pinimg.com/originals/73/4e/69/734e69dd990df48ccd669fe8ffeeab52.jpg)

Also wear ankle socks.


Alll this shit has really helped me able to enjoy skating in this humidity - also someone else mentioned the time and place you go. I always skate in a shaded area a few hours before sunset
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: SkateParkDesigner on July 05, 2018, 01:06:34 AM
Damn, that mesh hat idea is a really good idea.
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: Trashcon on July 05, 2018, 02:03:07 AM
It gets up to 120 where I live. When it's that hot, we mostly skate late at night or don't at all. Hasn't happened to me but I've had friends that had their grip start sliding off their boards, not completely but it shifts. One year the soles on my shoes started to become very soft and I could feel it when riding. Just during summer though because then winters are brutal. Desert weather, take it or leave it.
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: ShoeProblem on July 06, 2018, 06:14:18 AM
I live in the South, am old as fuck, and I refuse to wear shorts because I have weird looking legs.

Rule of thumb, when the water is gone, so am I.
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: calvinsdream on July 06, 2018, 12:13:50 PM
I love daytime park sessions in Houston because all the parks are cleared out. Definitely sweat through jeans a few times and had a few ďfuck this, itís too hotĒ sessions but Iíd take the heat over 4-5 months of not skating due to the cold/snow.
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: pugmaster on July 06, 2018, 12:24:05 PM
I love daytime park sessions in Houston because all the parks are cleared out. Definitely sweat through jeans a few times and had a few ďfuck this, itís too hotĒ sessions but Iíd take the heat over 4-5 months of not skating due to the cold/snow.

I knew a guy in the midwest who would completely disassemble his trucks after each session during the winter because he was convinced it would wreck his bushings.  Most definitely the cold is inhospitable to easy turning.
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: Skate_lurker_Rob on July 06, 2018, 12:52:10 PM
I love daytime park sessions in Houston because all the parks are cleared out. Definitely sweat through jeans a few times and had a few ďfuck this, itís too hotĒ sessions but Iíd take the heat over 4-5 months of not skating due to the cold/snow.

I knew a guy in the midwest who would completely disassemble his trucks after each session during the winter because he was convinced it would wreck his bushings.  Most definitely the cold is inhospitable to easy turning.
So a few years ago I started a nonprofit quasi lending library of boards and parts where I would go to parks give away some stuff or I'd have jam sessions at local park whatever, sometimes in the summertime mainly on the spot announced via instagram when I gave a shit about social media. the idea of my lending library was a donation and faith based if you have shitty board or whack trucks leave them with me I will reassemble a sharktooth board and some kid will rip it. I'd go to pawn shops, thrift stores, swap meets, and some craigslist ads. Oh the egregiousness of craigslist ads are horrible too, all custom from Zumiez spent over $250 skated for 2 days, trying to get their money back or the weekend dads project that totally sucks ass. Well I got an element board and shuvit board at a pawn shop and the other at a thrift store. When I buy these from different places I try to ask the history oh where do you get your donations from or who pawned it yada yada, well the element came from New Jersey and the Shuvit was a rehab dude who pawned it. When I buy these turds of boards many things I look for when buying them the wheels in decent shape the trucks are a must for a final buying the board however not so much I have a dremol tool and a sander that I can give it a once over to reshape it or at least polish the turd so it looks aesthetically pleasing to some kid. Well I cannibalize the parts clean em up relube the bearings adjust everything. So I am skating this Element deck and not paying attention the bushings and wheels literally disintegrated as I was powersliding and doing reverts never ever have I experienced this! So in summation your friend was kinda right about cold affecting the bushings maybe it's the freezing and temperature that fucks with the rubber or whatever but I had it happen to me and it scared me.
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: pugmaster on July 07, 2018, 06:46:24 PM
I love daytime park sessions in Houston because all the parks are cleared out. Definitely sweat through jeans a few times and had a few ďfuck this, itís too hotĒ sessions but Iíd take the heat over 4-5 months of not skating due to the cold/snow.

I knew a guy in the midwest who would completely disassemble his trucks after each session during the winter because he was convinced it would wreck his bushings.  Most definitely the cold is inhospitable to easy turning.
So a few years ago I started a nonprofit quasi lending library of boards and parts where I would go to parks give away some stuff or I'd have jam sessions at local park whatever, sometimes in the summertime mainly on the spot announced via instagram when I gave a shit about social media. the idea of my lending library was a donation and faith based if you have shitty board or whack trucks leave them with me I will reassemble a sharktooth board and some kid will rip it. I'd go to pawn shops, thrift stores, swap meets, and some craigslist ads. Oh the egregiousness of craigslist ads are horrible too, all custom from Zumiez spent over $250 skated for 2 days, trying to get their money back or the weekend dads project that totally sucks ass. Well I got an element board and shuvit board at a pawn shop and the other at a thrift store. When I buy these from different places I try to ask the history oh where do you get your donations from or who pawned it yada yada, well the element came from New Jersey and the Shuvit was a rehab dude who pawned it. When I buy these turds of boards many things I look for when buying them the wheels in decent shape the trucks are a must for a final buying the board however not so much I have a dremol tool and a sander that I can give it a once over to reshape it or at least polish the turd so it looks aesthetically pleasing to some kid. Well I cannibalize the parts clean em up relube the bearings adjust everything. So I am skating this Element deck and not paying attention the bushings and wheels literally disintegrated as I was powersliding and doing reverts never ever have I experienced this! So in summation your friend was kinda right about cold affecting the bushings maybe it's the freezing and temperature that fucks with the rubber or whatever but I had it happen to me and it scared me.

wow that sounds like a lot of work.  I bet that stoked a ton of kids out though, +1
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: active_shooter on July 25, 2018, 06:16:10 AM
I love daytime park sessions in Houston because all the parks are cleared out. Definitely sweat through jeans a few times and had a few ďfuck this, itís too hotĒ sessions but Iíd take the heat over 4-5 months of not skating due to the cold/snow.
Yes, this and early too. Granted, there doesn't seem to be much difference temp-wise, 8:30am is as hot as 11am but for one no one is out at 8:30am, for sure. The park on Gulfton seems to be crowded no matter what time, so there's that. And, like the gentleman mentioned earlier, "when the water is gone, so am I." I've been dehydrated before, and we're not doing that again. 
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: active_shooter on July 25, 2018, 06:20:29 AM
I love daytime park sessions in Houston because all the parks are cleared out. Definitely sweat through jeans a few times and had a few ďfuck this, itís too hotĒ sessions but Iíd take the heat over 4-5 months of not skating due to the cold/snow.

I knew a guy in the midwest who would completely disassemble his trucks after each session during the winter because he was convinced it would wreck his bushings.  Most definitely the cold is inhospitable to easy turning.
So a few years ago I started a nonprofit quasi lending library of boards and parts where I would go to parks give away some stuff or I'd have jam sessions at local park whatever, sometimes in the summertime mainly on the spot announced via instagram when I gave a shit about social media. the idea of my lending library was a donation and faith based if you have shitty board or whack trucks leave them with me I will reassemble a sharktooth board and some kid will rip it. I'd go to pawn shops, thrift stores, swap meets, and some craigslist ads. Oh the egregiousness of craigslist ads are horrible too, all custom from Zumiez spent over $250 skated for 2 days, trying to get their money back or the weekend dads project that totally sucks ass. Well I got an element board and shuvit board at a pawn shop and the other at a thrift store. When I buy these from different places I try to ask the history oh where do you get your donations from or who pawned it yada yada, well the element came from New Jersey and the Shuvit was a rehab dude who pawned it. When I buy these turds of boards many things I look for when buying them the wheels in decent shape the trucks are a must for a final buying the board however not so much I have a dremol tool and a sander that I can give it a once over to reshape it or at least polish the turd so it looks aesthetically pleasing to some kid. Well I cannibalize the parts clean em up relube the bearings adjust everything. So I am skating this Element deck and not paying attention the bushings and wheels literally disintegrated as I was powersliding and doing reverts never ever have I experienced this! So in summation your friend was kinda right about cold affecting the bushings maybe it's the freezing and temperature that fucks with the rubber or whatever but I had it happen to me and it scared me.
The Craigslist thing... last night I was looking at boards on Craigslist, LetGo, 5Mile, etc, and saw DGK boards brand new (from Zumiez) for $230. So, these kids find they can't handle riding a skateboard and not only try to get ALL their money back, but DOUBLE their money? Mmkay. Kids are amazing.
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: Skate_lurker_Rob on July 25, 2018, 08:42:48 AM
I love daytime park sessions in Houston because all the parks are cleared out. Definitely sweat through jeans a few times and had a few ďfuck this, itís too hotĒ sessions but Iíd take the heat over 4-5 months of not skating due to the cold/snow.

I knew a guy in the midwest who would completely disassemble his trucks after each session during the winter because he was convinced it would wreck his bushings.  Most definitely the cold is inhospitable to easy turning.
So a few years ago I started a nonprofit quasi lending library of boards and parts where I would go to parks give away some stuff or I'd have jam sessions at local park whatever, sometimes in the summertime mainly on the spot announced via instagram when I gave a shit about social media. the idea of my lending library was a donation and faith based if you have shitty board or whack trucks leave them with me I will reassemble a sharktooth board and some kid will rip it. I'd go to pawn shops, thrift stores, swap meets, and some craigslist ads. Oh the egregiousness of craigslist ads are horrible too, all custom from Zumiez spent over $250 skated for 2 days, trying to get their money back or the weekend dads project that totally sucks ass. Well I got an element board and shuvit board at a pawn shop and the other at a thrift store. When I buy these from different places I try to ask the history oh where do you get your donations from or who pawned it yada yada, well the element came from New Jersey and the Shuvit was a rehab dude who pawned it. When I buy these turds of boards many things I look for when buying them the wheels in decent shape the trucks are a must for a final buying the board however not so much I have a dremol tool and a sander that I can give it a once over to reshape it or at least polish the turd so it looks aesthetically pleasing to some kid. Well I cannibalize the parts clean em up relube the bearings adjust everything. So I am skating this Element deck and not paying attention the bushings and wheels literally disintegrated as I was powersliding and doing reverts never ever have I experienced this! So in summation your friend was kinda right about cold affecting the bushings maybe it's the freezing and temperature that fucks with the rubber or whatever but I had it happen to me and it scared me.
The Craigslist thing... last night I was looking at boards on Craigslist, LetGo, 5Mile, etc, and saw DGK boards brand new (from Zumiez) for $230. So, these kids find they can't handle riding a skateboard and not only try to get ALL their money back, but DOUBLE their money? Mmkay. Kids are amazing.
The hilarious thing is their expectation to get back the money, Like anyone would buy a recent board for that much. Maybe a rare out of print deck of so and so dead skater or some weird deck they only made a limited handful of decks.

 For example Peter Beste did a collab with Creature and also Darkthrone did a gnarly tank deck which I'd pay large amounts for those boards but not a "custom" as they put it on the Craigslist ad,
 

The  title should be something like this:  ahem I got my kid a nice board and I am disappointed because he chose a scooter instead. so buy my "custom turd"  from Zumiez only $250 paid not low ballers and name your price which is far less then I will get back
Title: Re: Skating in the heat/summer seasons
Post by: quadcuff on August 21, 2018, 09:30:16 AM
just accept the fact youíre gonna be hot as hell and sweat disgusting amounts and itíll make it a little better.