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Use GymSoap after working out
Use GymSoap after running
Gyms are dirty - but you don't have to be.
GymSoap™ is an antifungal, antibacterial body wash for athletes. Gyms, health club locker rooms, and yoga and pilates studios are farms for germs, bacteria and fungus. GymSoap™ helps prevent anything you might pickup while working out or competing in sports.
Use GymSoap to fight germs from yoga mats
GymSoap helps eliminates bacteria from pilates studios
GymSoap is a must have in the locker rooms of aquatic centers
In The News...
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Child was treated at hospital days before staph death
Just days before his death, the Brooklyn, New York, middle-school student who died from an antibiotic-resistant staph infection had visited a hospital with skin lesions and was treated with allergy medicine.
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Local staph infections raise questions about sanitation
The seat of the exercise bike glistens with sweat. The shower floor sprouts patches of green. Perspiration soaks the communal towels.
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Gym germs: why common diseases flourish in your gym and what you can do to avoid them
Putting in time at the gym is supposed to make you healthier, but if you arenít careful, it could cause unexpected illness. If fungi or bacteria wanted to find the ideal place to grow, your gym might offer one of the best sites around.
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Gym-Borne Infections, from Dr. Kim Zussman
About 80 percent of all infectious diseases are transmitted by both direct and indirect contact, says Philip Tierno, director of clinical microbiology at New York University Medical Center and the author of The Secret Life of Germs. That makes the gym, with its sweaty bodies in close proximity, a highly conducive environment for catching everything from athleteís foot to the flu.
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Gym Germs Can Make You Sick
Americans hit the gym in search of bigger arms, massive chests and smaller waists, but many don't know that gyms are hotbeds for germs. ABC News conducted a test to find out just how many germs people could encounter when working out. Dr. Philip Tierno, a microbiologist...
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Common Infections Prevented By Using GymSoap
Prevent the flu (Influenza) with Gymsoap
Influenza Virus
is an extremely contagious viral disease that appears most frequently in winter and early spring.
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Prevent athlete's foot with GymSoap
Athlete's Foot
is a skin disease caused by a fungus, usually occurring between the toes. Not all fungus conditions are athlete's foot.
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Prevent staph infection with GymSoap
Staph Infection
bacteria is commonly carried on the skin or in the nose of healthy people. Approximately 25% to 30% of the population is colonized in the nose with staph bacteria.
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Prevent ringworm with GymSoap
Ringworm
is a contagious fungus infection that can affect the scalp, body (particularly the groin), feet, and nails. Despite its name, it has nothing to do with worms.
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