I take karate in a little studio that is situated in a basement of a hotel business. The basement is pretty nice since it is cool. In the summer time the studio does not have to worry about AC and there is plenty of shade. The issue is mainly the Winter time time. The boiler plan for the motel business is situated in the karate studio. The studio has put up a temporary wall to hide the furnace, but you can legitimately assume it. In the Winter time I dress for a summer time based lesson. I have to wear my smallest shorts and I usually go shirtless. The boiler plan is so powerful that the studio periodically gets in the upper 68s. It is rough doing a entirely physical task out and be blasted with heating while you do it. Thankfully karate does not involve a lot of bare skin touching. I wear gloves and shoes for the lesson, but so while my sweat is annoying, I can still do the task out and not be too affected. The only issue is that I get severely dehydrated and exhausted after an hour. I don’t guess how my teacher handles it. He does hours of lessons right by the boiler system. I would be a swamp monster if I had to do that all morning long. The studio legitimately needs to have an a/c machine going right along with the boiler system. It would keep it a more satisfactory temperature. Or, the karate gentlemen should figure out how to lower the amount of heating. The motel business would not prefer it, but I bet they could sneak it.