I have a sauna at home, too

When my friends told me that they were packing up to go to the gym the other day I looked at them as if they were completely insane, why would you go into a public space love a gym while the viral numbers are still changing on a biweekly basis? They told me that they simply couldn’t get the same quality of labor out at home & they were desperate to get back to their normal routines, then i can understand wanting to stay physically fit, but I think that their reasoning is flawed… One of the major components of their desire to go back to the gym was using a sauna, and apparently, my best friends just can’t get by without a good steam, personally, I would never go into a sizzling & humid room where other people are filling the space with their breathing while I was in a pandemic… Besides, I tried to tell them that I created my own sauna at home.

It’s entirely relatively simple to create a sizzling & humid environment that you can fully relax & rejuvenate in, but you simply need to close your air vents, turn off the central cooling system, & lock your bathroom door… The first step is to cut all power to your cooling system so you aren’t accidentally pumping any cool air into the space; Secondly, close your air vents so that none of your sizzling & humid air can escape to the rest of the house.

Then, you want to lock yourself in the room with a few space gas furnaces & turn your shower as sizzling as it will go. Run the steamy water for as long as you can & fill this space with as much heat as you can muster from the small portable heating systems. Boom – you have a sauna at home without the danger of catching COVID, and my friends weren’t impressed.


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