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Arctic Plunge

The Arctic Plunge is a revolution in ice bath technology. Setup is a simple four-step process that takes less than an hour. Maintenance is also simple, and a care manual walks you through everything you need to know about your new Arctic Plunge ice bath.

Embracing the Cold

An ice tub is a recovery technique used by athletes and individuals looking to reduce muscle soreness and inflammation after physical activity. Some potential benefits of taking an ice tub include:

  • Reducing muscle soreness

  • improving recovery time

  • decreasing inflammation

  • improving circulation

Cold water immersion may help reduce inflammation in the body, which can be beneficial for individuals with chronic inflammation or inflammatory conditions such as arthritis.

It’s important to note that ice tubs are not suitable for everyone and can be uncomfortable or even dangerous for some individuals. It’s always best to consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new recovery routine.

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Health Benefits

Norepinephrine Boost

Cold exposure can significantly increase the production of norepinephrine in the body, with a consistent increase of 200-300% that does not diminish over time. The colder the temperature, the more pronounced the body’s response to the increase in norepinephrine production. In fact, a 20-30 second immersion in near freezing water can elicit the same level of increase as a 6 hour walk in 16°C weather.

Protein Power

Cold exposure can stimulate the production of a protein called PGC-1 alpha, which can increase metabolism at a cellular level. PGC-1 alpha is being targeted by pharmaceutical companies in the development of treatments for obesity, diabetes, and cardiomyopathy. In muscle tissue, the increased energy released from the production of PGC-1alpha can improveaerobic capacity and endurance, as well as increase resistance to fatigue.

Health Benefits

Increased Killer T cells

Cold water immersion, particularly in the winter, can challenge the immune system and the way hormones communicate with the body. Studies have shown that regular winter swimmers experience adaptive reactions, including an increase in the production of the antioxidant glutathione. Just a few cold water sessions over a 6 week period can increase the number of lymphocytes, a type of immune cell. Some research has even found that males exposed to 4°C for 30 minutes had an increased number of “killer T cells,” which are cells that help to eliminate viruses. These findings suggest that cold water immersion may have immune-boosting effects on the body.

Immune Boost

There is widespread anecdotal evidence that suggests that cold water immersion can boost the immune system. Many people report feeling healthier and less prone to illness after regularly taking ice tubs. While the immune system is complex and difficult to study, it is believed that the cold can help to adapt and harden the body to disease and infection. Despite the lack of robust scientific studies on this topic, many people believe in the immune-boosting benefits of cold water immersion.

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Power Supply: 15Amp, 110V

Materials: Stainless steel 304, Aluminum, Teak

Dry Weight: 275lbs

Water Capacity: 79 Gallons

Temperature: As low as 37 degrees

Draining: Hose pipe connection

Antifreeze Function: Prevents the formation of ice or frost

Ozone + FIltration: Built-in ozone and filter system for clear water

Cover Included: Insulated for reduced running costs

1 - Width: 29"

2 - Length: 71"

3 - Height: 30"

4 - Tub Length: 47"

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