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Are you this annoying Finish sauna user who...

Leaves the doors half open because is too hot?Leave the doors open for your mate?Comes in and out every 1 min?Pours the whole bottle of water on herself.Doesn't take a shower before?If you do any of above, please stop. NOW! You don't get any benefits, and you ruin other people experience.

The dry sauna is fantastic. Regular users benefit from:

Enhanced Muscle RecoveryDetoxificationHeart HealthEnhanced Lung VolumeMental Relaxation
But for any of above adaptations to occur, the sauna has to be hot. And it has to be dry. And you need to spend at least 10 min inside.

Rant over!

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But you can START, right NOW. 
Go for 10 min fast walk, do 10 squats, join the class, choose salad instead of the chips.  Challenge yourself and push a little bit further, everyday. In no time you will be able to run 5, 10, 15km. Your body will change and you will feel and look much better.  And when people notice your transformation asked them join you!
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