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Ice Bath Tub | Cold Plunge Tub

Ice Bath Tub | Cold Plunge Tub

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The Ice Bath Tub is made to experience at-home benefits of cold water therapy, enabling you to not only enhance recovery from your workouts but also possibly elevating your overall quality of life.

  • Thermal isolation, preserves temperature
  • Fits up to 6ft 7in, 250lbs / 110kg
  • Easy-to-use drainage system
  • Quick setup, anywhere

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Safety & Disclaimer

Consult a healthcare professional if you have medical conditions; start with shorter sessions and gradually increase duration; monitor water temperature for comfort; avoid prolonged exposure to prevent hypothermia; take extra precautions for children and the elderly; stay hydrated; exercise caution to avoid slips; conduct regular tub maintenance; be mindful of allergic reactions; exit the tub in case of unexpected medical reactions; and note that SureBuy is not liable for any issues, with users responsible for adherence to safety guidelines and associated risks.

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Featured Benefits:

Studies about cold therapy reveal that immersing in cold tap water (10°C to 15°C), yields three pivotal potential advantages. Firstly, it accelerates muscle recovery post-intensive workouts. Secondly, it aids in alleviating inflammation, fostering overall well-being. Lastly, this practice induces beneficial physiological responses to cold exposure. (see our FAQ below!)

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Cold therapy used by athletes

Studies on MMA fighters suggest that cold therapy aids in reducing muscle soreness, accelerating recovery, and improving overall performance after intense training sessions.

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And celeberties...

Others known to incorporate cold therapy into their wellness routines include Wim Hof, Joe Rogan, Tony Robbins, The Rock and Kendal Jenner.

picture: Wim Hof

Be the next ice man

Cold therapy induces physiological changes such as vasoconstriction, reducing blood flow and inflammation. Slowed nerve impulses alleviate pain. Optimal durations vary but commonly range from 2 up to 20 minutes for effective results!

FAQ & QUICK FACTS

How to use?

Setup: Follow the manual to build your Ice Tub.

Filling the Tub: Fill with cold water, adding ice for extra cooling if desired.

Relax and Soak: Enjoy cold water therapy, finding a comfortable position for relaxation.

Do I need ice?

No, ice is not necessary for a cold therapy experience. Studies indicate that exposure to tap water at temperatures between 10-15°C (50-59°F) can elicit similar physiological responses, making it a viable alternative for achieving the benefits of cold therapy. The moderate cold water temperature remains effective in promoting the desired effects without the need for ice.

How does cold therapy work?

Cold therapy, also known as cryotherapy, works by inducing vasoconstriction, where blood vessels narrow in response to cold exposure. Exposure to cold temperatures causes the blood vessels to constrict, reducing blood flow to the affected area. This constriction is beneficial in decreasing inflammation, swelling, and pain by limiting the influx of inflammatory cells and fluid. Additionally, cold therapy slows down nerve impulses, offering temporary relief from pain. The application of cold can also reduce metabolic activity, minimizing tissue damage and facilitating faster healing.

What do studies say?

Studies on cold therapy suggest potential benefits in reducing inflammation, alleviating muscle soreness, and supporting post-exercise recovery. Some research indicates that exposure to cold temperatures may help decrease swelling and improve recovery times, especially in the context of sports-related injuries. However, it's important to note that findings can vary, and not all studies show consistent positive results. As with any health intervention, consulting with healthcare professionals and staying updated on the latest scientific literature is advisable for a well-informed approach.

Adapting to stress & anxiety

Recent studies, including a 2018 research on cold stimulation and the vagus nerve, suggest a link between cold exposure and stress reduction. Additionally, a 2014 review on hydrotherapy treatments and the central nervous system (CNS) highlights the positive impact on sleep and overall feelings of well-being. Together, these findings suggest that cold stimulation and hydrotherapy contributes to reducing stress and anxiety, providing a promising avenue for holistic well-being.

Deeper sleep

Incorporating cold therapy before bedtime may promote deeper sleep by
assisting in lowering the body's core temperature, a natural signal for
sleep initiation. The cooling effect can enhance the body's ability to
transition into deeper and more restful sleep cycles.

Faster physical recovery

Cold therapy accelerates physical recovery by reducing inflammation, minimizing tissue damage, and promoting vasoconstriction, which helps alleviate muscle soreness and expedite the healing process. Integrating cold therapy into a recovery routine can contribute to faster recovery after physical activities.

Breakdown stubborn fat

Cold therapy, such as cryotherapy, has been suggested to aid in breaking
down stubborn fat by triggering a process known as thermogenesis. The
exposure to cold temperatures activate brown fat, which burns
calories to generate heat and potentially contributes to fat loss.
However, individual results can vary, and a holistic approach to weight
management is recommended.

Happy heart

Studies suggest that cold therapy can contribute to a happy heart by improving circulation. Exposure to cold temperatures may promote vasodilation, enhancing blood flow and cardiovascular function. Incorporating cold therapy into a routine may potentially support overall heart health.

Customer Reviews

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Ryan G
The thermal tub

The therman thub is solid and kees the water cold in warm weathers. And keeps it warm in cold weather. Its actually well issolated!

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Jessica T
Complete set

Good quality from the outside, inside feels rigied. Very complete kit.

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Emily G
bath

Decided to try out this ice plunge kit after hearing great things about it. And I'm glad I did!

The setup takes a while but the manual guides you through. (you can also search for a video online)

We just filled it up without ice and left it outside with a bit of cholrine in it. Well that was cold enough about 10 degrees. It did the job!

The tub is of rigid material and reccomended.

Overall it was fantastic.

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Jennifer D
My dog and I love it

So im really active, exercise daily. Im not a proff athlete but I got alot of strain on my body from horseriding, hiking and JJ. Im a blackbelt and still practise for about 10 hours a week. Taking an ice bath about 3 times a week boosts my recovery and makes me feel warm afterwards. Its really not what you expect. I would recoomended it if you want to boost your recovery from sports.

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Amanda A
epic bath

I found it when searching for wellness products but it has been a daily driver by now. Setup was easy.