WDEF.com reported on the local swimming pool shortage in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
The article mentions the heat, the COVID-19, etc. as reasons.
“You know, kids are at home, it’s a lot easier to entertain them when they have a swimming pool, hot tub or things like that. Plus, we get a lot of people saying they cancelled their vacations, and they redirected their money towards home improvement or home entertainment.”
Are you finding the same to be true of Hot Tubs and Swim Spas in your area? I am betting so!
“Just across the Tennessee border is Hot Springs, North Carolina, situated along the famous Appalachian Trail. The town claims that Native Americans used the waters during their travels and often stopped at the nearby Paint Rock for meditation and prayer…”
“…For soaking, head either to the Hot Springs Resort & Spa or Broadwing Farm. The 100-acre resort has private tubs that are available by the hour. They are continuously fed by the nearby river and are drained and cleaned after every use…
“…Each of the three cabins at Broadwing Farm comes with its own private hot tub filled with mineral water from the nearby French Broad River…”
Sounds heavenly, doesn’t it!?!
Read more about Hot Springs and the other locations!
Among “7 Unique Weight Loss Tips that You Never Heard” mentioned on Health2WellnessBlog.com is the Swim Spa, a great tool for weight loss.
The article begins…“Swim spa enables you to relax, exercise, and swim in your home. By investing in a hot tub, you will invest in your health. It will help you to relieve body pain, improve the function of lungs and heart, and promote weight loss.”
This article reflected the thoughts my wife and I have had regarding our swim spa. We are slightly short of Senior status (she is much shorter than I am) – I’m SO close! We have been impressed with how the swim spa helps ease the pain of aching muscles and joints, how it helps energize and how it helps one sleep. We feel that the gentle low impact exercise provided by the swim spa will help us avoid costly and painful surgery (such as knee or rotator cuff surgery) and thus pay for itself.
Specifically, the article outlines five benefits of a hot bath for Seniors and gives bathing safety tips.
Regarding hot tubs (or swim spas) the author says:
“while hot baths are beneficial overall, it is important to note that soaking in a hot water bath raises a person’s heart rate. For those individuals with cardiovascular concerns, it is best to check with one’s doctor first about using a hot soak for lowering blood pressure and alleviating other ailments.”
Spa Hearth and Home Pool Center in Maple Shade, NJ posted the following…
“More than ever, Americans across the country are embracing the incredible benefits of living a more healthy and active life. From a longer life expectancy to simply feeling better day to day, people everywhere are looking for creative and effective ways to burn calories, build muscle, and keep their metabolism high.
One way that they are doing so is with at-home swim spas from top manufacturers. In today’s blog from Spa Hearth & Home Pool Center in Maple Shade, we will cover five of the primary reasons that people just like you are choosing to invest in a swim spa for their home.” SpaHearthAndHome.com
We agree wholeheartedly with their 5 reasons! Swim Spas simply rock!