By Natasha Burton, Daily Makeover
woman at gymGoing to the gym regularly is a feat of which to be proud. However, you might not realize that your get-in-shape routine could actually wreak havoc on your skin - and body.
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1. Equipment and Mats
Fitness model and personal trainer Mackenzie Kelly warns of deadly Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA), which she says can be easily contracted at the gym even without direct person-to-person contact. "While the chance is low, it is still possible to contract it using shared gym equipment from free weights or cycle machines," she says. Her advice? Always wipe down gym equipment before and after use (most gyms provide wipes), wash your hands or use alcohol-based hand sanitizer before and after working out, and always use some kind of Read More »from 6 Hidden Beauty Dangers at the Gym