If you enjoy exercising, a hot tub is a valuable tool to making your workout routine more pleasant. Workouts may stress your muscles and joints, as well as your cardiovascular and respiratory systems. Soaking in the hot tub can increase the blood flow, stimulate healing and relax your sore muscles. Soaking in a hot tub before and after a workout is considered beneficial.
Soaking in a Hot Tub Before a Workout
A quick ten minute soak in the hot tub is of great benefit in your workout routine. It will warm up your body, increase the blood flow and loosen up your muscles. The warm water will make you perspire, which is beneficial for maximum calorie burn.
Soaking in a Hot Tub After a Workout
Immediately after your workout, let your muscles and heart rate cool down. Once you cool down, soaking in the hot tub will help your mind and body relax and stimulate the healing and recovery process.
Soaking in a Hot Tub 24 to 48 Hours After a Workout
Soaking in the hot tub 24 to 48 hours after a workout is the optimum time to get the most benefit. The warm water will stimulate the damaged muscles and increase blood flow to repair any issues. The increase in blood flow will help your muscles receive the oxygen and essential components to rebuild at a faster rate.
Frequent hot tub soaks enhance your workout by:
- Increasing blood circulation.
- Promoting focus and motivation.
- Burning calories.
- Relieving mental, emotional and physical stress.
- Easing soreness and promoting recovery.
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