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Get a SweatHawg Headband for your favorite tennis player.

Of course, tennis players suffer from dripping sweat.
A survey on the Tennis Warehouse website indicates that the most popular solution among tennis players is the headband at 41%, and if you throw in the bandanna people at 19%, that comes to 60%!
There is some desperate creativity as well, visors on backwards, and hats PLUS headbands. Whatever works : -)
Our stuff works, better than anything else, guaranteed, uniquely combining ultra absorbent and highly wicking fabrics.

Go get a SweatHawg headband for your favorite tennis player.



Get Better at Getting Better

Every world-class performer—from athletes to chess players to musicians—follow these rules to keep improving at their disciplines.
Three elements. Turns out the critical element is focus... 
Your SweatHawg eliminates one big distraction.

Read more.



Whatabout SweatHawg X2?

SweatHawg now offers double-absorbency versions of most of our sweat control products, helmet liners, skull caps, and headbands. And we have the hardhat sweat bands, which were double from the start. 

While the single layer helmet liner we first offered solo in 2011 was immediately the most effective sweat management product available, we have been gratefully accepting suggestions from product users ever since. 

Early on, a pro reviewer from Bike Rumor tested our helmet liners in both dry and humid climates. 

Though he loved the drip-free performance in SoCal, back home in humid Illinois, an hour into his ride the dripping began. Based on this feedback, we doubled the absorbent layer and created the X2 helmet liner. Problem solved... no sweat :-) Read review here.

This year we added X2 versions of the headband and the skull cap. We'll keep the sweat out of your eyes and glasses, no matter where you ride...or run or skate or climb or walk or work.



The Easy Way to Make Your Own Sports Drink

No praise for pricey powders...water, sugar, and a bit of salt blind-tested better...

Pop quiz: You’re kitting up and getting ready to hit the road with your crew for a Saturday morning ride. You open the pantry and crack open the tub of sports drink mix to discover—d'oh!—a mere dusting of mix remains. Do you: A) Get to the shop in time to buy a few portable drink mix sleeves or tabs? B) Ask the bunch to swing by 7-11 on the way out of town so you can grab a bottle of something blue and sugary for the ride? C) Say screw it, and hit the road on water alone?

How about D) None of the above. Here’s an über-easy option few of us consider that is now scientifically proven to work just as well as, if not better than, your standard sports drink: Put some sugar in your water.

Read more here



​Articulate "why cycling makes you happy"

Why riding makes you happy

...even happier with dry eyes and glasses.

It’s the feeling that pulls you out of bed to saddle up before the anyone else is awake. It’s what beckons you to strap on your shoes and go for a ride when the day is done. It’s that happy, relaxed state of mind we seek when we roll out of our neighborhoods and tick off miles any chance we get.

You might live to ride your bike, but studies show  you might ride your bike because your want to live.



Which Type of Exercise Is Best for the Brain?

Healthier, happier, and...smarter! Aerobic exercise also grows your brain.

Get smarter sweat-free.

Which Type of Exercise Is Best for the Brain?

For the first time, scientists compared the neurological impacts of different types of exercise in rats: running, weight training and high-intensity interval training.

 See the rest of the NY Times article by Gretchen Reynolds here



Take your Hawg on a Hike!

TAKE YOUR HAWG ON A HIKE!

First Day Hikes are a great way to start off the New Year!

This growing tradition is part of a nationwide initiative led by America’s State Parks to encourage people to get outdoors. On New Year’s Day, hundreds of free, guided hikes will be organized in all 50 states. Kids and adults all across America will be participating in First Day Hikes, getting their hearts pumping and enjoying the beauty of a state park. Last year nearly 28,000 people rang in the New Year, collectively hiking over 66,000 miles throughout the country!

Here are some great links to find hikes near you.

America’s State Parks

American Hiking Society

Recreation.gov



SweatHawg vs Bell Zephyr Bike Helmet

Bell Zephyr bike helmet wicks sweat out in front of your glasses, only $230. Sweat ends up on the outside of glasses, not the inside, and only if the wind is blowing...or you're riding creates air movement.

Hmmm...or how about a SweatHawg Helmet Liner for $22 bucks?

https://cyclingtips.com/2016/11/bell-zephyr-helmet-review-say-goodbye-to-sweat-in-your-eyes/



Let's Opt Out!

This Black Friday I am going to be outside

No Special Black Friday Deals Here

All of us at SweatHawg Headwear will be spending Friday outside having fun

But just wait until Cyber Monday...


Going to #optoutside on Black Friday?  Tell the world!



Forget sweat, year-round! Keeps you happy and healthy.

Cold Short Days

Fall is here with winter close behind, and short days and cold weather may mean it's not so easy getting out to play. How about a little reminder and reinforcement to be sure you keep on doing something that keeps you reaching for your SweatHawg? Forget sweat, year-round! Keeps you happy and healthy. 

What happens to your body when you exercise?

Illustrated by Ekaterina Gapanovich for BrightSide.me
Based on materials from huffingtonpost ,
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