Exercises hot cabin
Unique at bbb health boutique are the classes and exercises in the hot cabin. The cabin gets pleasantly warm, and in addition, you work with resistance of about 2 kilograms, allowing you to nicely elongate your muscles.
What is a hot cabin?
Before we delve into the exercises in a heated cabin, let’s first explain what a heated cabin exactly is. At bbb, you exercise in groups or individually, but everyone always has her own heated cabin. In a heated cabin, the temperature is set at 40 degrees Celsius. This ensures that you have an intensive and effective workout. In about half an hour, you complete all your exercises. These exercises in the heated cabin are short but powerful. The resistance makes it possible to intensify the exercises.
What are the benefits of bbb workouts in a hot cabin?
- Stress Reduction.
- Improved Flexibility.
- Enhanced Cardiovascular Training and Calorie Burning.
- Better Sleep.
- No Need for a Warm-Up. You’re done in 30 minutes.
- Heat has a Cleansing Effect.
- Low to No Risk of Injuries.
- Exercising in warmth stimulates fat burning.
- Improved Blood Circulation.
- Not to mention: we know from experience that many women find exercising while lying down in warmth both relaxing and very enjoyable!
Hot cabin exercises
Did you know that bbb exercises target the three most important female muscle groups: abdomen, buttocks, and legs? You can shape them beautifully at bbb health boutique. The most popular bbb class is the bbb30, where the abdomen, buttocks, and legs are trained for 30 minutes straight.
To perform bbb exercises correctly and safely, it’s important to keep the following points in mind:
- Lengthening the Spine: Extend your spine by keeping your head and toes/heels (if your feet are flexed) or head and tailbone as far apart as possible. This applies to all positions, whether you’re lying on your back, side, stomach, or in a kneeling position.
- Engaging the Abdominals/Navel In: Always move from your core, also known as your core muscles or deep muscles, which include the pelvic floor muscles, lumbar multifidus (part of various back muscles), transversus abdominis (the deepest abdominal muscle, abbreviated as TA), and the diaphragm muscle. The pelvic floor muscles and TA work together, so when you consciously engage one, the other tightens as well.
- Breathing: During bbb exercises, breathe from your chest/around your sides so that you can keep your navel drawn in while performing the exercises. Because the pace is faster in bbb exercises, it’s especially important to focus on continuous breathing. Make sure to exhale during exertion and inhale during relaxation, especially during large movements like stretches or significant rotations.
- Stability: Achieve stability by keeping your core, shoulders, shoulder blades, and pelvis/hips as still as possible (stabilizing) while performing the movements. This makes the exercises more effective.