The short answer is, it depends. The temperature of your sauna will be determined by the type of sauna you choose and its features and amenities. In this article we’ve broken down the recommended temperatures for each sauna type and some of the great features that come with them.
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Using a sauna is easy, but are you truly making the most out of the possible health benefits that relaxing in a sauna can provide? We’ve put together a comprehensive guide that will detail how you can best benefit from sauna use and answer some of the most frequently asked questions that we get from our clients.
Why own a swim spa? The benefits of your own personal swimming pool and home spa go beyond relaxation but complement an exercise regime in ways you might not have thought.
Why is swimming so popular?
Firstly, unlike other forms of exercise, swimming is a good choice for people regardless of their age and physical ability because of the low impact it has on muscles and joints. However, this doesn’t come at the detriment of the results you can expect, swimming has a host of benefits for muscular endurance, strength, and cardiovascular health.