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Is a swim spa a real alternative to swimming?

Is a swim spa a real alternative to swimming?

 

We all agree swimming is one of the best forms of exercise, that can be done by nearly everyone. It's low impact, easy on our joints and muscles, and provides a great cardiovascular workout.

Swimming is a recreational pastime and a sport that has been around since Greek times, and it's still one of the most popular recreational activities today. But swimming in open water such as lakes or rivers can sound intimidating to the best of us. What if there were more options?

A swim spa is a great alternative for those who are looking to stay in shape while relaxing in the pleasure of your own home. They offer all the benefits of swimming but without the hassle of having to travel too far or deal with the dreaded chlorine. And as is the case with most physical routines - it's an excellent way to take care of your mental health by making time for yourself each day.

What is a swim spa?

A swim spa is a lot like a regular hot tub with the main difference being the added length. The swim spa jets are designed to provide resistance as you swim, which helps strengthen your muscles in ways that traditional swimming can't.

It simulates swimming by creating waves that mimic a real body of water. Employing a multitude of jets this form of hydrotherapy provides real therapeutic benefits.

Can you actually swim in a swim spa?

 

How often should you change the water in a swim spa?

 

Who can benefit from a Swim Spa?

If you suffer from a condition or disability that makes swimming uncomfortable, difficult or impossible a swim spa is a real alternative. For those of us who can't swim in a pool due to disabilities such as mobility issues including joint problems or arthritis, it offers a new lease of life.

The best way to stay fit and healthy is to exercise regularly, but some people have trouble exercising in a swimming pool because of physical limitations. 


Swim spas are great for anyone with any level of fitness or disability - young children, seniors, and indeed everyone in between!

They're easy on joints, creating a feeling of weightlessness that allows you to focus on your stroke - instead of struggling against the water's resistance. Plus they can be installed indoors so you needn't be at the mercy of British weather conditions to enjoy them!

How does a swim spa work?

A swim spa has jets that propel water upward from below the surface to give you all the benefits of swimming without the need for a swimming pool 

 Swimming in a pool can present its own set of challenges, the water can be gross and full of surprises. Whether it's chlorine or salt water that makes your skin dry, irritated and feel tight and like you're wearing an uncomfortable suit made from fine gauge sandpaper

There are other hazards like bacteria build up from people not showering before entering the pool, something we will only become more weary of in the age of coronavirus.

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What's the cost of a Swim Spa? 

 

How much does it cost to run a swim spa per month?

 With a swim spa you get all the benefits without any of these drawbacks.

What are the main differences between swimming and swim spa swimming?

Swimming, it can't be underestimated, is an excellent workout for the whole body. But if you don't have access to a pool or don't want to swim in a conventional pool or want to swim year-round, installing a swim spa may be just what you're looking for. The plethora of jets in the water massage your muscles and improve blood circulation, while providing different resistance levels for every fitness level. And there's no chlorine! (again)

But there are some of us who have trouble swimming or get tired easily (the legacy of covid-19). If you find yourself in this situation, then a swim spa might be the best solution for you.

A swim spa provides all the benefits of being able to swim without having to leave your home. There are no set time restrictions as with a formal setting in a gym or a spa.

 

Many people want a swimming pool at home, but the cost and proper maintenance of installing one can be off-putting.

A swim spa is an excellent compromise between the benefits of having a full size swimming pool and not having all the maintenance hassle that comes with a full size pool. Plus, you get all of these advantages without losing any space in your garage or garden!

Swimming spas are great for many different reasons, including being much more economical than a standard sized pool; they’re also perfect if you don’t have enough space for one. They come in sizes from zxz up to zxz feet so there is always going to be something available which will fit almost anywhere. 

The water temperature stays constant at around 84 degrees Fahrenheit – which means no matter what time of year it is or how hot or cold outside happens to be, you can still enjoy some quality time splashing about in your swim spa whenever you feel like it.

Conclusion

Swim spas are great for anyone of any age or fitness level!

There are many things about owning your own private pool that makes it worth every penny spent!

 There are many ways to stay fit and healthy, but few of them offer as much fun and convenience as a swim spa. There's no better way to fight the winter blues or enjoy the British sun than with some laps in your own backyard!

 Stress management is necessary to maintain balance. The reality of the situation we live in can be a heavy weight on our shoulders, but there are ways that you can release and recharge your energy by exercising such as with swimming at the swim spa! Swimming requires concentration for all muscles which helps relieve tension physically and emotionally- it's time to get back into action.

In order to keep up with this day in age where stress levels are high from work or just general feelings of pandemic related restriction, take care of yourself by doing something active like swim spa.


the Bath Bliss team 

 

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