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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Air quality had REALLY been an issue when facility used to run back-to-back spin classes in the evenings. Have attempted to mitigate by spreading out times of use for the room to allow air quality to recover. NOT PERFECT but at least an attempt by management to correct.
Brian that’s what I’m hearing all over. I’m working on getting an understanding of is happening to your performance breathing a higher level of C02 than normal.