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Monthly Archives: January 2017

  • The Top 6 Reasons to Get a Swim Spa

    You have a choice. You can get a hot tub that seats 4, 6, even 8 people. Or, you can get a swim spa. We're all pretty familiar with hot tubs – what makes them good, why we enjoy them, even how they work. But swim spas are another story. What are the reasons to get a swim spa? What sets them apart? Let's look at 6 of the very best reasons to get a swim spa. Hopefully, by the end of this article, you'll know whether or not a swim spa might work for you. 6 Great Reasons... Read More
  • Should I Buy A Hot Tub? 4 Practical Reasons You Should

    If you're asking why you should buy a hot tub, chances are you haven't been in one recently. Hot tubs offer an incredibly relaxing experience. "Should I buy a hot tub?" usually means, "enjoyment is great, but I need some practical reasons." We already know the typical reasons. Warm water is soothing, the jets feel great, and there's no better place to sit at the end of a long day. But there are more reasons. Why Should I Buy a Hot Tub? Since you asked, we've come up with a list of 4 practical reasons you should buy a... Read More
  • How to Exercise in a Swim Spa in 7 Easy Steps

    Water heals, soothes, and relaxes. It's a natural environment for exercise and pain relief. In fact, hydrotherapy in a swim spa is a popular rehab method, especially for those with leg injuries. But how do you exercise in a swim spa? For maximum benefit, you need to know how to exercise in a swim spa the right way. Because of water's physical properties – resistance, pressure, temperature – water is an effective exercise medium. And the easiest place to do it is a swim spa at your own home. Keep reading to learn how. How to Exercise in a... Read More
  • Should I Get a Hot Tub or Swim Spa?

    Hot tub shoppers often ask: "Should I get a hot tub or swim spa? Which is better?" There are clear benefits to both, and a lot of them are personal. This article should help you answer those questions. First, some definitions. Swim spas are moderately-sized jetted tubs. In them, you can swim against the current created by the jets. You stay in one place as you swim while the water moves around you. Hot tubs have no such current, but the water often swirls and bubbles around sitters as they relax. You may already have a preference, but... Read More

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