It used to be that I couldn't get there in 15 minutes unless I jogged part of the way and arrived sweaty and exhausted. Now, I can get there in 13 minutes at my usual brisk walking pace, and while I'm still sweaty, it's mostly my glasses fogging up because now I'm in The Cold Place and my body is radiating heat and moisture, especially the place right under my eyes that leaks a lot of moisture. (Sweating in Arizona is a sign that your body's actually well-hydrated enough. It's when you don't sweat that you should worry.)
Yay for handkerchiefs.