Mini cold tub – plunge for cold water therapy or ice bath.


Mini cold tub – plunge for cold water therapy or ice bath.

We offer polypropylene plastic cold plunges with nice wood decoration. We can produce standard sizes but also we are flexible to the clients needs.

Our cold plunge built to be perfect for both commercial and individual use. Easy to clean and wipe down.

Along with a weatherproof design, this is perfect for clubs, gyms, athletes, bio-hackers, and wim-hackers alike.

“YOU ARE STRONGER THAN YOU THINK” WIM HOF

WHAT IS COLD WATER THERAPY?

Cold water therapy is the practice of regularly using water that’s around 59°F (15°C) or less to treat health conditions or stimulate health benefits. It’s also known as cold hydrotherapy.


By now, the benefits of cold immersion are well known, yet many struggle to integrate this powerful practice into their regular routine.


Before you dive head first into the cold, here are a few things you should know to be able to have an enjoyable (and repeatable) experience.

WHAT’S THE RIGHT TEMPERATURE?

For most of us, the benefits of cold immersion begin at any temperature that makes us uncomfortable, and yet still empowers us to make the practice part of our regular routine. That means you also don’t want your tub so cold that you’ll struggle with consistency. Ice baths and cold plunges are typically between 38°F to 59°F (3-15°C)


Regular cold showers will help you understand the basic physiological responses that you will experience in an ice bath, and you’ll get better at managing them. This will also help you have more pleasant ice baths—both in terms of the time that you will be able to stay in and your body’s reaction to the cold.

HOW LONG SHOULD YOU STAY IN A COLD PLUNGE TUB?

The target time of a cold plunge is 2-3 minutes. Three minutes is also long enough to tap into the most desirable cold-immersion benefits.


THE BENEFITS OF COLD WATER REGULARLY PRACTICE

– improves blood sugar regulation,

– improves fat burning,

– helps to recover from a long workout and muscle pain.

– increases metabolism,

– stimulates leukocytes, the white blood cells that help fight off sicknesses,

– actives the lymphatic system circulation,

– this process aids in detoxing the body,

– strengthens willpower.

– relieves migraines and headaches.

Cold water therapy important for immune system.


Many people try to boost their immune systems with vitamins and supplements, but they don’t realize they could get better results by taking a walk in the cold or taking a cold bath. That’s because white blood cells, which fight infection, circulate in your body more quickly when you are exposed to cold temperatures. Exposure to cold may also help your immune system produce other infection-fighting warriors, including t-cells and antibodies.

While cold water immersion often focuses a lot on the physical benefits of the practice, regular cold water therapy’s advantages extend well beyond your muscles and joints.

In fact, many folks use cold water therapy as a way to become more mindful and in tune with their bodies. Some people even use regular ice baths to help them sleep better or to lower their stress levels. Meanwhile, others use cold plunges to help them reconnect with themselves and find their inner peace.

Although everyone’s response to cold water immersion is slightly different, most people find that it helps them relax and recover from the bustle of day-to-day life.

Cold water therapy with COLD PLUNGE might sound like counterintuitive advice, but it turns out that taking a dip in cold water could have unexpected health benefits. If you’ve never tried cold water therapy you may want to consider it. The benefits are numerous. So go ahead, get in the and see what happens.

*Extended exposure to cold temperatures an individual can be at risk of hypothermia. Always check with your healthcare provider first about new therapies.

COLD WATER CAN BE A GREAT WAY TO REFRESH YOURSELF AFTER A HEATED SAUNA INDOORS OR OUTDOORS.

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