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  • Will Dumbbells Make My Arms Bigger?

    When people think of dumbbells, they typically think of massive biceps. We often get asked, “Will dumbbells make my arms bigger?” And while the easy and quick answer is, “Yes, they will,” how you actually use the dumbbells will dictate what kind of results you get. In this article, we’ll go over the use of

  • Will a Rowing Machine Tone Me Up?

    Rowing machines are very popular for those looking for a full-body workout using a single machine. Rowing machines will work leg muscles such as your hamstrings and quads, your butt muscles, your core, which includes your back, chest, and torso as well as your arm muscles such as the biceps, triceps, and shoulders. Rowing machines

  • Will a Treadmill Make My Legs Bigger?

    Treadmills are popular exercise machines both in commercial gyms and at home. Because they allow you to walk without having to worry about inclement weather, they’re perfect for those who live in areas that experience brutal winters or constant heavy rainfall. Treadmills are also good for people who have balance issues, need to stay close

  • How Is a Swim Spa Heated?

    If you’re in the market for some home-based aquatic activities, you should know that your choices aren’t limited to swimming pools and hot tubs. You should look into swim spas as well. To allow you to learn more about these unique water tanks we’ve come up with an article to describe what swim spas are,

  • What is a Hydrotherapy Swimming Pool?

    When it comes to backyard aquatic exercise and relaxation, swimming pools and hot tubs are probably the most popular categories. Swimming pools are great for exercise, competitive sports and simply goofing off in the water. Hot tubs, on the other hand, seem more in tune with relaxing, soaking sore bones and muscles and releasing build-ups

  • Are Hot Tub and Pool Chemicals the Same?

    For people who have been around swimming pools and hot tubs long enough, they may have noticed that although there are distinct categories of swimming pool chemicals and hot tub chemicals, the ingredients in these water additives are nearly the same. Does this mean these chemicals are interchangeable regardless of whether you’re adding them to

  • What Causes Hot Tub Bubbles?

    While you may enjoy lots of bubbles when you’re taking a bath, you don’t want your hot tub to be filled with excessive foam. This usually means that your hot tub water is unbalanced, dirty and possibly unhealthy. If you notice that foam and bubbles are persistently accumulating on the water’s surface, it’s time to