Sauna Before or After Workout? (Practical Guide)

Sauna before or after workout

Using a sauna before or after a workout can have a significant impact on your performance as well as on your recovery. Different opinions exist about when to use a sauna in relation to exercising.

Some say it’s better to jump in a sauna before exercising, while others prefer to use a sauna after doing their workouts in the gym.

Do you love running, swimming, or lifting, and your gym is equipped with a sauna or steam room?

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Sauna Rocks and Stones (A Practical Guide)

Sauna rocks and stones (practical guide)

You have a sauna at home, or you are about to buy a new one. Then it’s just as important to think about what kind of sauna rocks you should use for your sauna.

Rocks are one of the most important sauna accessories you need to have, and it’s important to pick and choose the ones that offer the best long-term sauna experience.

Here is a simple guide to choosing the best sauna rocks and stones for your new or existing sauna in your home.

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The Turkish Hammam Bathing Experience Explained

Turkish Hammam bathing experience

A Turkish Hammam, also known as a Turkish Bath or Hamam, is a Middle Eastern type of public bathing, cleansing, and relaxing. It has been firmly embedded in Turkish and Islamic culture for many centuries.

Fortunately, you don’t need to travel to Turkey to enjoy an authentic Turkish hammam, as this popular sauna and spa tradition has spread to large parts of the Western world in recent times.

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Sauna vs Steam Room (Dry Heat vs Moist Heat)

Sauna vs steam room (dry heat vs moist heat)

Sauna vs steam room, or dry heat vs moist heat? This guide analyzes the pros and cons of each so you can decide which works best for you.

So, you are looking to have a little piece of luxury in your own home? Or you would like to visit a day spa that has both a sauna and a steam room?

Sauna vs steam room, or dry heat vs moist heat, is a never-ending debate, with both types offering benefits. Some prefer the dry heat in a sauna, while others prefer the humidity in a steam room.

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