Swim Spas or swimming hot tubs are a fast-growing market in the US as they offer both a private place to exercise and incorporate the healing science of hydrotherapy. Swim spas allow you to swim in place against a powerful current generated by adjustable swim jets. You can use a tether to hold you in place while you swim to prevent swaying from side to side.
Some swimming hot tubs allow you to do much more than just swim in place. The AquaFit line, by Dimension One Spas, functions as a full underwater gym, where you can circuit train with a series of bars and resistance bands. Patented optimounts make resistance training safe and secure. This includes rowing, jogging, lifting, stretching and a myriad of other exercises that tone your muscles using water resistance.
One of the greatest benefits of owning a swimming hot tub is being able to exercise in a low impact environment. Exercising in water is easier on the joints and provides much more resistance than the same exercises on land. You don’t have to sacrifice your health while you’re healing and can do so in the privacy of your backyard.
Many customers will choose a swimming hot tub as a pool replacement because it doesn’t require a special permit to install like a swimming pool, and is much more energy efficient. It can cost as little as $25 per month for a 13-foot swim spa and no more than $35 per month for a 19-foot swim spa.
The largest swimming hot tub in the AquaFit line is the AquaFit Plus, which is dual temp: offering cool water on the swimming pool side and a hot tub on the other side. This is the ultimate hydrotherapy machine on the market offering every luxurious D1 feature including a patented Jet Therapy Pillow, adjustable hydrotherapy jets, powerful swim jets, lights and stereo. Also, the AquaFit line is the first swim spa line to have ultra clean water with UltraPure water management.
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