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The original article can be found here: Wellness- A Porsche 911 or a Porsche S11 sauna

Oh, the worlds of luxury and wellbeing–two I love to mix in, particularly when they are shaped like a Porsche’s sleek, curvaceous shape. Imagine a wellness experience with flair that is unique to Porsche. It’s a Porsche-designed sauna.

The S11 is a design marvel, a tribute to the Porsche 911 and a demonstration of how the auto industry is revolutionizing men’s wellness.

Porsche Sauna S11 Or A Porsche 911

We’re going to dive into an opulent and steamy world where luxury meets innovation and wellness is a quest of luxury and innovation.

Imagine this: the S11 is a limited edition sauna created by Studio FA Porsche, and handcrafted by Klafs’ spa masters. These beauties, which are each a symbol for timeless elegance and relaxation, will only be available in 999 pieces. Imagine being enveloped in warmth and luxury, with metallic grey cladding surrounding you. Glass provides a window into your own piece of paradise. What is the price? The price tag is a cool PS100,000. This is not a coincidence as it’s the same price point as a new Porsche 911.

You might be thinking, “A sports car or a sauna?” But, dear, why? It’s not just a spa, it’s an art piece that’s meant to be a playground for the affluent, health-conscious man who enjoys the finer things of life. The Porsche sauna is more than just a place to sweat out toxins. It’s a way of life where brand loyalty and a love for luxury come together in a harmonious symphony.

Gilles Darmon explains the philosophy of Klafs UK.

The goal was to create a sauna which not only paid homage to Porsche 911, but also integrated seamlessly into the luxurious lifestyles of the owners.

The S11 has straight, precision-engineered lines with a touch Japanese washi paper to play with light and perception. It is a haven of calmness and class.

The Automobile Industry

We must not forget those who like their wellness a little bit adrenaline-infused. They can also find something in the car industry. Chill Tubs are the latest in the battle for recovery and resilience. These baths are admired by race connoisseurs and athletes like Esteban Ocon. They combine the masculine charm with the simplicity of a cold dip. These tubs range in price from PS3,500 to PS6,000 and are the perfect example of the high-impact, no-frills side of wellness that appeals most to modern men.

Klafs Ice Lounges are the ultimate luxury for those who get excited at the idea of a snowy adventure. These lounges are visually stunning, but also viscerally stimulating. They have an alpine-like ambiance, with backlit ice effect cladding, and an enchanting wildlife film set in snow. The experience is made even more magical by the ability to remove a piece of frozen ice from the stalagmite water fountain.

Swim with Your Super Car

Continue on your luxurious journey by taking a plunge into a world where luxury and wellness collide: modern swimming pools. You don’t want just any pool, you want one that is designed for the aficionado, who cannot bear to give up their views even to go swimming. Imagine a pool with retractable walls, which will allow you to enjoy your view without any barriers. You can float peacefully in the pool while admiring your Ferrari parked a few feet away.

It’s not just a pool, it’s an oasis where each lap serves as a reminder of the achievements you’ve made and every breath is a sigh in satisfaction for a life well lived. These pools are architectural wonders that blur the boundaries between indoors and outdoors, water and land.

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Sunday Firesides: Gotta Get in the Reps

After coaching youth sports for a while, you will begin to notice the biggest difference in which athletes improve. Kids who play catch or dribble basketball on their driveways every night get better. Those who do not handle the ball during scheduled practice sessions will not improve.

The reps are what matter. The number of “touches”, or the number times the child has the ball in their hands, determines if he will develop the necessary skills.

It’s not just in sports that repetition is key. The more you practice something, like playing a musical instrument where you have to tickle the keys the more you improve, you can also train your soul.

Aristotle said, “Virtue is a habit.” Virtue is a habit.

It’s not sufficient to work out or meditate once a week to reach self-mastery. Self-mastery is built by doing things that you would rather not do. It is built through small daily habits — such as starting a difficult discussion, giving up dessert, or turning off a suspenseful film before going to bed.

It’s not sufficient to attend a church service or a date-night once or twice a year. Daily devotions are necessary to develop such dispositions.

Character is developed by doing thousands of small touches and repetitions. This builds the muscle memory in the heart, which prepares you for the high-stakes situations of life.

The man who wins the great challenge or temptation is not the one who has been practicing but the one who has made his life his practice.

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Odds & Ends: April 12, 2024

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Why I hope to die at 75 by Ezekiel Emanuel. In recent years, there has been much attention paid to the idea of extending life expectancy. Oncologist Dr. Emmanuel is a bioethicist and has a strong, contrary position. He hopes to die by 75. He argues that many people believe they will be the exception to aging rules, and remain physically agile and mentally sharp until their death. But as the capacity-robbing, burden-on-loved-ones-increasing toll of age eventually comes for all, Emanuel would rather go out before he falls apart. He doesn’t plan to die at 75. But he will stop having preventative screenings, such as colonoscopies and cardiac stress tests, once he hits that age.

Flint and Tinder’s Vintage Slub Polo. One of my favorite clothing brands just released a line of polos, tees and tanks made from slub-cotton in the USA. I bought a navy blue polos. The fabric is thick and not as thin and gauzy like some slubs. Polo shirts are great for spring because they are so versatile. Dress them up or dress them down. Check out our guide on polo shirts.

William Manchester’s The Last Lion Trilogy. The best biography you will ever read. Manchester is a three-volume epic of 3,000 pages, which takes you through Winston Churchill’s life. It’s a fun and inspiring ride. You feel as though you are there, as Churchill grows up, struggles to find his political place, and leads the country through WWII. The Last Lion is a biography that’s close to being a page-turner. You know the outcome, so it’s difficult to call it enthralling. Manchester tragically died before he could finish the final volume. Another author completed it. The third volume is slightly less than the first two but still worth reading.

The Searchers. John Wayne delivers the most intense performance of his acting career in this John Ford film as Ethan Edwards. A man who vows revenge on the Comanche Raiders who killed his sister-in law and brother, and kidnapped two of their daughters. Wayne is a master at portraying a complex, conflicted man who wants revenge on the Comanche raiders that killed his sister-in-law and brother. He also kidnaps two of their daughters. The film has been beautifully shot. There are so many epic shots of the desert. The film’s pace is perfect. It doesn’t drag but it also doesn’t seem rushed.

Quote of the week

It would be a sin and a sulk against nature to not go and enjoy her bounty and rejoice with the heavens and the earth during the vernal season of the year, when the air is pleasant and calm.John Milton

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4 Ways to Remove a Broken Light Bulb From a Socket

When the glass bulb breaks on incandescent bulbs, it can be difficult to remove them from the socket. With a little ingenuity you can solve this problem.

You might ask, “Why should I know how to remove a broken incandescent bulb when they’ve been phased out?” The U.S. did ban incandescent lights last year to encourage people to switch to LED bulbs. These are usually made of plastic, and do not break like the thin glass incandescents. There are still two reasons to be able to remove a broken bulb. You probably still use incandescent light bulbs around the house. You’ll need to know what to do if they ever break. Incandescent light bulbs used to illuminate your home’s rooms are now banned. However, bulbs for bug lamps and appliances that use incandescent lights remain legal. Even in the age LED bulbs, you may still need to replace a broken bulb.

We have shown you four different methods to remove a broken light bulb. Be sure to turn off the electricity before you try any of these methods. You don’t need to electrocute yourself. Put on heavy duty work gloves, and remove any remaining glass shards from the bulb to avoid cutting yourself. As you remove the bulb, keep your gloves on.

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