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www.ironmanmagazine.comCooling your palms appears to promote more energized workouts with more fat loss.

According to the June ’12 Bottom Line Health, obese participants who used palm-cooling devices walked faster and lost more weight than those who didn’t have the devices.

Might be time to take off those workout gloves so you can feel the cold steel. 

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