Yeah, yeah, "showers". But that doesn't actually address the underlying issue. For me, the typical "sweaty nutsack" scent was caused by jock itch. Same bug as athlete's foot. If you take a bath and have athlete's foot, there's almost no way not to get jock itch. Sometimes it doesn't itch! It can change the color of your skin to a brownish tint, like you have a tan, where your skin folds. You can use any athlete's foot or jock itch medicine (Lamisil works great and fast) but I found a method that works faster than any and you probably have it in your house. Purell. After a shower, rub it between your legs and on your balls. It doesn't burn mine. In a couple-three days the nut-sweat smell will be gone, even after exercise. A couple of warnings.... 1. It's flammable. Plan ahead. I can't imagine much more horror than accidentally lighting your junk on fire. That's not a visual anyone wants. 2. You might want to use Lamisil if you have jock itch, in your crack. For some reason, putting it on your bung will teach you just how much of a man you are. Turns out, I am not much of one. Good thing the hair dryer was close cuz'..... damn. If nothing else, it will teach you what lighting your junk on fire would feel like, without having to actually do it. Holy hell that hurt. And it hurt right now. A little Purell, on the finger, foot on counter, [tiniest touch of Purell on the "spokes"] and.... AHHHHH!!! OWSHITSHITSHIT!!! [followed by a sort of retard-dance that looks like I am trying to run faster than my butt hole, in a circle, with flat sides, where I was bouncing off the poorly placed bathroom walls] Instant agony. The hair dryer [ON COOL!!!] made it go away, just as fast. In summary, Purell will get rid of stinky sack, in a couple of days. Same for athlete's foot and jock itch. Lamisil, will do the same, in about a week. Don't light Purell on fire, while it's on you and avoid the bung area. Unless you want to see if you are more of a man, than me. I recommend you not do it. In fact, I cannot recommend NOT doing it, enough.