7 Addicting Hot Tub Games You Can Play With Family and Friends

from Swim University

Hot Tubs that are still open in the Winter (or indoor hot tubs for that matter) can be an invigorating activity.  Unfortunately, beyond soaking in the theraputic waters, or snuggling up with a loved-one, there isn't much more that you can do in a hot tub.  This post from Swim University presents 7 very ingenious games that will make one's hot tub experience that much more fulfilling, and increase the time spent inside.

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A History of Innovation: Hot Tubs


When the weather turns cold, most people's thoughts have long left the swimming pool and are on to things like snowboards, gloves, and goretex jackets.  One remnant of the backyard that may actually stay in peoples minds, however, is the hot tub.  Hot tubs have a long and storied history, as this post from Aqua Magazine presents.  From the 1950's when the Jacuzzi brand became synonomous with the item, all the way through our present day computer and smartphone controls, the hot tub has truy evolved to something more than just a hot body of water.

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Fit Wet: The Exercise Hot Tub Bike

from Spring Dance Hot Tubs

Exercise isn't easy, otherwise we wouldn't have an obesity epidemic in the United States.  Our overindulgence, particularly during the holiday season is potentially damaging to our health, and has uncalculable costs to society.  Those that are looking to workout to lose the excess weight are sometimes discouraged by the intensity of the exercises, and other times thwarted by injures caused by higher impact workouts.  This post from Spring Dance Hot Tubs presents a familiar exercise that can help shed those unwanted pounds, in an unfamiliar place.

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Have A Cold? 6 Ways A Hot Tub Can Help You Get Rid Of It

From DR Clouthier

For many of us who suffer from seasonal colds and are suceptible to getting the flu, the reasonable treatment is to head to the pharmacy and grab some cold medicine, vitamin c, throat lozenges, chicken soup and orange juice.  Some of us may even try the zinc supplements that are supposed to ward off colds and shorten the duration as soon as they begin.  This post from DR Clouthier tells us that getting right in one's hot tub may be the best way to fight and ward off a cold.  

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