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Recovery Room - monthly Unlimited

Recovery Room - monthly Unlimited

Regular price $175.00 USD
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30 minute: All-Access to our State-of-the-Art Recovery Room.

Commercial XL Cold Plunge® - Temperature ranging from 42-50 degrees Fahrenheit.

Dynamic® Dry Sauna

2x Hypervolt® massage guns

1x Electric Vibrating Foam Roller.

Towel Warmer w/ Supplied towels.

3 different sized Yoga Wheels.

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A cold plunge, also known as cold water immersion or cold therapy, involves submerging the body in cold water for a short period. This practice has been embraced for its potential health benefits and is often used in contrast with hot therapies, such as saunas or hot tubs. Here's a detailed description of cold plunges and their associated benefits:

Cold Plunge: The Experience

  1. Temperature and Duration:

    • Cold plunges typically involve water temperatures ranging from 50 to 60 degrees Fahrenheit (10 to 15 degrees Celsius), though temperatures can vary based on individual preference.
    • The duration of a cold plunge is usually brief, lasting anywhere from 1 to 10 minutes. The key is to expose the body to the cold for a short enough time to elicit the desired physiological responses without causing harm.
  2. Process:

    • Individuals may enter the cold plunge gradually, allowing the body to acclimate to the temperature. Some people prefer to immerse themselves quickly, while others choose a slower approach.
    • After the cold immersion, individuals often warm up gradually, either by towel drying, light movement, or transitioning to a warmer environment.

Benefits of Cold Plunge:

  1. Muscle Recovery:

    • Cold plunges are popular among athletes for their potential to reduce muscle soreness and inflammation after intense physical activity.
    • The cold water constricts blood vessels, helping to flush out waste products and reduce swelling.
  2. Improved Circulation:

    • Cold water immersion stimulates vasoconstriction (narrowing of blood vessels) followed by vasodilation (widening), promoting enhanced blood circulation. This may contribute to overall cardiovascular health.
  3. Mental Alertness:

    • The shock of cold water is believed to increase alertness and mental clarity. Many individuals find that cold plunges leave them feeling invigorated and awake.
  4. Stress Relief:

    • Exposure to cold water can trigger the release of endorphins, the body's natural feel-good chemicals. This can lead to a sense of well-being and stress reduction.
  5. Enhanced Immune Function:

    • Some studies suggest that regular cold water exposure may stimulate the immune system, potentially increasing the production of immune cells.
  6. Caloric Expenditure:

    • The body expends energy to maintain a stable internal temperature in a cold environment, which may contribute to calorie burning. However, cold plunges are not a substitute for regular exercise and a healthy diet.
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