Is stale/stuffy indoor air quality hurting your cycling workout?

This might be a perfect space for a 25 bike cycling studio - except the HVAC system was designed to supply air for a three person travel agency.

I'm learning that many small/boutique fitness studios are located in spaces designed as offices or small retailers. Businesses with a handful of sedentary people, sitting at a desk. The building's HVAC system isn't typically optimised for all the CO2 and moisture created by a room full of heavy breathing participants = poor air quality, especially at the end of class 🙁

Does this describe your studio? Should we be looking for solutions to improve your studio's air quality, while keeping energy costs to a minimum?

UPDATE: I have this interview about studio air quality issues with a PhD student researching solutions to indoor air pollution you may enjoy.

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