It's generally accepted that most people shower once a day. In addition, if you workout, it's expected that you shower.
I have an admission to make: I do not shower after every workout.
Here's the thing: I generally train 10 times a week, and sometimes, it just seems ridiculous to shower when I'm going to get sweaty again anyways.
Take yesterday, for instance. I did a 40 minute run while my kids were both in preschool. Practically speaking, I had time left for a shower, but instead I stretched, foam rolled and grabbed some food. I was doing a bike class that evening, so I just didn't see the point. Yeah, I was sweaty. I probably stunk. But my kids must be used to it by now, and if other parents want to judge me, so be it. The other people I was going to interact with were the triathletes at spin class, and it wouldn't take long for all of them to be stinky and sweaty too.
Then there's rest days. Frequently I don't shower on them at all. I mean, there's a good chance that I sweated and showered the night before, and likely that I'll sweat (and maybe shower) the following morning. What's the point?
I do shower every time I swim. I seem to have a mild allergy to either the chlorine or something else in the water, so if I don't, I'm left sneezing until I get cleaned off.
So, what about you? Any stinky admissions?