There are a lot of different types of saunas that we can get into at the gym, but all of them are basically the same. They all have these basic features (weaker air, air circulation, etc.). Each has different benefits to their own, but there are a few things that stand out for me. First, most of these saunas are pretty quiet in the gym because people aren’t paying attention.
I like this because it means I can wear some sexy, revealing sports bras without attracting much attention. I also like when people in saunas are talking and not just their own conversation. A sauna is almost like a giant open-air bar, where people can talk amongst themselves.
Another great benefit to saunas is that they are often heated up in the heat of the gym. It may sound silly, but when you are sweating and sweating, your body temperature rises. When people are having a good time, they tend to sweat a little less which can help keep their bodies cool. Also, if you dont sweat, you tend to stay cooler.
Although I have been known to sweat in many places, it seems that I have actually been known to sweat more when I am in a sauna. I can attest to that because when I was in an outdoor sauna recently I sweated like a pig.
Yes, I said a pig. This is because in a sauna, your body temperature, unlike your clothes, actually rises. So as you sweat, your body temperature rises. While you could just cover yourself up with a t-shirt and jeans, you want to be sure and cover those extra potholes as well.
Even if you’re not in the sauna, you still want to be sure to sweat while you’re working out. Because your sweat makes you feel good and the exercise improves your chances of making gains.
The main benefit of sweating is that it keeps your internal temperature at a constant 72-73 degrees. That means if you’re sweating, the air-conditioned sauna is like a sauna on a hot day. Plus, you’ll be sweating while you’re exercising.
So, in the sauna, you can go to the gym, or you can come home to your own home. The key is to choose your temperature the way you want. A sauna that is too cold will make you weak and tired. A sauna that is too hot will make you feel hot and sweaty. If you want to sweat in a sauna, choose a place with an air-conditioner so youll sweat freely.
The key to really enjoying saunas is to think about how air-conditioned they are. I know it sounds weird that I would think this, but my sauna at home is a small space with lots of windows. I can look out all of the windows and see the sauna, and I know that as long as it’s air-conditioned, there are no windows and I can hear the sounds of the sauna from anywhere in that space.
Another reason to consider getting air-conditioned is that you may feel that you might want to get up if you have a cold. I get that, but I also think that you might be less likely to get up if you think you might get a cold when you’re in the sauna.