[A hot tub soak] just shocks the body and warms me up. Then I feel much looser for when I get onto the board.”
Bullfrog Spas’ JetPaks
Now, we’re not awarding Best Hot Tubs any news medals for this, but our clients have long been aware of the value of having a spa in addition to their pool. For one thing, clients say their children often ask to go into the hot tub after swimming.
In addition, just like the Olympic athletes, adults who exercise enjoy a warm shower or soak in a hot tub in order to get ready for the next exercise. Bullfrog Spas — the hot tubs we specialize in — come highly recommended for muscle rejuvenation. In a very informative blog post “ What Is Hydrotherapy?”, Jake Ricks writes: “And with further modern advances like the Bullfrog Spas patented JetPak Therapy System, you can create a customized massage to target virtually any muscle group in any part of the body.
One thing we noticed after watching these events, were how many of the divers headed straight to a hot tub to warm and limber up.
Kids Love Hot Tubs:
Hot tubs are very appealing to children even if they aren’t budding Olympians. Spas are a great size for their smaller bodies, and they love the warmth. Clients tell us their kids often want the warmth of a hot tub after spending time in a pool. Note: While parents need to be in charge of the water temperature, preteens can enjoy its water safely. They just need to be supervised by an adult.
USA! USA! USA! Olympic Winners: (Photo by Clive Rose/Getty Images):
US synchronized divers Boudia and Johnson win silver in their event. Now, we’re not saying it was all because of a hot tub, but the warm waters in between events didn’t hurt.