the use of using a suana

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  1. Kcomps

    Kcomps New Member

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    does anyone use the steam room after a workout? And if so, what are the benefits of it. Thanks.

    I want to start using it after my workouts but want to know if its worth it or not.
     
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    a sauna is healthy in general....really good for the skin


    google it and youll learn more
     
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    sure, if you want to have tits that sag to the floor when you're 30 :o
     
  5. Skeletor

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    i wouldn't do it after a workout just because i wouldn't want to keep sweating after sweating for an hour. I'd keep it seperate but that's just me. They are really relaxing though :dunno: hot tub > * though
     
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    i use it between muscle groups on days that I do two muscle groups.. 4-7 minutes.

    i also sit in there for 5 minutes after my workout.. its the only thing that makes it feel like its cool outside when I am done lifting. Florida heat is nice sometimes.. not when you come out of the gym and want to cool off.

    relativity > *
     
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    sweating ftw.
     
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    the use of using?
     
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    If you are lucky enough to be training in a gym where there is a sauna available you can use Scott's protocol by going in the sauna 2-3 times during your workout. I personally use the method by going in the sauna between my exercises for a muscle group.
     
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    xela So say we all!

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    I thought the same thing. :rofl:
     
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    what i was told by the gym guy was that it helps with the soreness the next day. a good 15-25 minutes in there will do it. you gotta have mental toughness though.
     
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    you stoled my regimen
     
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    ice bath would have greater benefit

    increase blood flow to flush out lactic acid
     
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