Sweat it Out


This post was originally published on this site


Things are heating up in the Master Spas and Michael Phelps partnership. Earlier this year, Master Spas announced the launch of an infrared sauna line — the Michael Phelps Sweaty GOAT Saunas

“From the onset [of our partnership with Phelps in 2012], we recognized that we are better together,” says Kevin Richards, vice president of sales and marketing at Master Spas. “With his input, we were able to develop the Michael Phelps Signature Swim Spas, offering athletes of all levels [the ability] to train at home and become better swimmers.”

Saunas have grown in popularity as people use them to unwind, relieve pain, ease joint discomfort and improve mood, Richards says; they also offer many of the same benefits as hydrotherapy. 

“Infrared saunas seemed like a natural expansion to our product lineup,” he says. 

Users can alternate from using a sauna to jumping into cold water — perhaps in one of the Chilly GOAT Cold Tubs — using a concept called contrast therapy to boost circulation, reduce inflammation, promote healing and relieve pain.

With three sauna models — the MP3, MP2 and MP3C — full-spectrum infrared therapy heats users with carbon and graphene heating elements while they enjoy music through the wireless sound system. 

The MP2 Sauna fits two people, the MP3 is suited for three people and the MP3C is a corner model also designed for three. 

To combat any lingering odors that come with sweating, there’s a one-touch air purification system that leaves the sauna smelling clean

Spa Search
Author: Spa Search