Owning a spa/hot tub: HEALTH & FITNESS

Hot tubs provide three key benefits: heat, buoyancy, and massage.

Owning a spa/hot tub: HEALTH & FITNESS

Why owning a hot tub will help your body relax and enhance your wellbeing.

Hot tubs improve physical and emotional health by providing three key benefits: heat, buoyancy, and massage.

A regular session in a hot tub or swim spa provides benefits like muscle toning, joint strengthening, improved flexibility, and speed up recovery from wounds. It is also known for the soothing and therapeutic healing benefits, especially for those struggling with
arthritis or fibromyalgia pain and for those who want to relax after a long day
or workout.


You are able to stretch more easily in warm water helping to relax muscles and
providing greater flexibility.

Swim in your spa

Swim spas combine the benefits of a swimming pool, the functionalities of a spa, and the
therapeutic effects of a hot tub in one compact versatile unit. Swim spas offer
great health benefits which include hydrotherapy, fitness massage, relaxation,
and aquatic exercise.

Pre-workout warm up

Warm up in your hot tub by extending the motion of your joints and your muscles will be nicely warmed up and you’ll beable to enjoy your sport or work out better

Relax after working out

Enjoy the soothing waters of the hot tub after working out at the gym or playing sports.

Recovery from sports injuries

Hydrotherapy helps the healing of sports injuries, especially later in the repair process when pain and swelling have begun to subside. Heat can activate circulation, provide pain relief and reduce muscle spasms.

Water buoyancy

Hot tub jets provide massaging effects and water buoyancy can help loosen muscles and slowly rebuild their range of motion with the help of water supporting the body.

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