Some like it hot but does it matter in yoga?
Hot yoga devotee Karla Walsh feels exhilarated after an hour of twisting her soggy limbs into pretzel shapes but the Iowa-based writer wonders if all that swelter really ramps up her workout. Bikram and other types of hot yoga, where temperatures can soar to 105 Fahrenheit or higher, are increasingly popular. Fitness experts say the hot-house workout, if done properly, is not harmful and may seem more challenging but add that followers aren't working any harder than in other yoga classes.
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