A Hot Tub Summer

This summer is geared up to be a scorcher! A 102° hot tub will probably not sound as appealing as it does right now. However, there are ways to make this summer A HOT TUB SUMMER. There are certain things you can do to enjoy you spa this summer without overheating your body. Just keep reading to find out how:

Normal body temperature is 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit, anything cooler than that will automatically feel refreshing. Setting your hot tub’s temperature around 90° would be a nice way to cool down in your hot tub. Remember, you don’t want to disconnect your tub as it needs to continue filtrating. Idle water inside the pipes could also cause corrosion which can then lead to bigger problems. S-525L Sml Environment

If you don’t want to lower your hot tub temperature, another option is to hot tub at night. Summer nights are usually much cooler, and you’ll be able to actually enjoy a warm hot tub instead of bearing the heat from the sun and the tub as well.

It’s not too late for that summer body! Anyone who has been in a spa before is familiar with the relaxing effects of hydrotherapy. The heat from your spa increases blood flow and promotes deep muscle relaxation, increasing your flexibility. Cal Spas recently introduced Hot Tub Yoga, demonstrated by professional yoga instructor Kelly Deva. Watch Kelly demonstrate basic yoga poses inside a hot tub that will stretch and soothe sore muscles, while straightening and targeting specific muscle groups.

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Swim Spas

A Cal Spas Ultimate Fitness™ Swim Spa is a place to stay fit, laugh with friend and family and to create memories. Swim Spas are a new sort of hot tub trend raising in popularity. Not only do they provide the same hydrotherapy benefits as a “regular-sized” hot tub, they also make a great alternative to an in-ground swimming pool. Escape to a healthy, relaxing oasis of warm water with a Cal Spas Swim Spa.F-1222 Swim Spa Corner Lights

Cal Spas Ultimate Fitness™ Swim Spas allow consumers to get the ultimate aquatic workout experience. Everything you need for a complete aquatic exercise regime can be found in the comfort of your own backyard with a Cal Spas Swim Spa. Enjoy a smooth constant current for resistance swimming, adjustable to your speed and ability. Increase your strength with optional training accessories that target major muscle groups. Experience the ease of owning your own swim spa and share the benefits of a healthier lifestyle with your entire family!OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Swim Spas are the perfect size for a group of friends or family to enjoy. The average swimming pool costs between $25,000 and $50,000 to install. The average Cal Spas Swim Spa is anywhere between $8,000 to $20,000, depending on size and options (please click here to request a quote). Unlike Swim Spas, swimming pools do not offer the same hydrotherapy benefits of a Cal Spas and cost more to operate and maintain. Cal Spas Ultimate Fitness™ Swim Spas are also perfect to use year-round, turn up the heat in the winter and cool down your spa water during summer!

Cal Spas distinguishes itself from its competitors with its thoughtful design of the swim spa features. To Cal Spas, it is not about more jets, seats or waterfalls, but about the best overall combination to provide the ultimate Swim Spa experience. Cal Spas offers LED lighting, easy-to-use covers, built-in stereos and other unique spa accessories to customize and upgrade your hot tubbing experience.Ultimate Fitness Swim Spa

As part of a new marketing campaign, professional kickboxer Raymond Daniels, will host a series of training videos using a Cal Spas Ultimate Fitness Series F‐1640 Swim Spa in order to inform current Cal Spas customers about swim spas and their features, and to attract a different type of consumer to the Cal Spas brand. The training videos will emphasize wellness, fitness and a healthy lifestyle while showing Raymond as he prepares for fights and rehabilitates after practice.IMG_6917Resized

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Watch a video about Cal Spas Swim Spas, here.

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