3 hidden dangers of hot yoga and other exercise fads
from Consumer Reports News
For some, hot yoga is the ultimate chill breaker. One popular style, Bikram yoga, is done in a room heated to at least 105⁰ F. Fans say it helps you "sweat out toxins" and achieve deeper poses. Lady Gaga, Madonna and Gwyneth Paltrow are among the celebrities recently spotted sweating it out. Its popularity has spawned several other sizzling exercise trends, including heated indoor cycling, hot Pilates and ballet Barre "burn" classes. The problem is that these classes have safety risks.
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