Hot Tub Circuit Therapy with Aaron Peirsol

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It’s a bird…it’s a plane…well, he’s as fast as those it seems. Three-time Gold Medal-winning swimmer Aaron Peirsol uses his spa on a daily basis.

According to Wickpedia, Aaron won gold in the 100 m backstroke in the 2004 Olympic Games, and then he followed up by winning the 200 m event. An initial disqualification alleged that he had made an illegal turn during the race but it was overturned, giving Peirsol his second individual gold. Peirsol won the world championships in the 100 m backstroke in 2003, 2005 and 2007, and won 200 m backstroke in 2001, 2003 and 2005.

He also holds the world record for the 100 m backstroke and has been undefeated in finals in the 100 m since the 2002 Spring Nationals. He was also undefeated in the 200 m since losing to Lenny Krayzelburg in the 2000 Sydney Olympics until being defeated by countryman Ryan Lochte at the 2007 World Championships.

His younger sister is a pro swimmer in her own right at Auburn University—so apparently the talent runs in the family.

What? I’m reporting sports now?

No, but Aaron Peirsol says that his Caldera® Geneva Spa is essential to his training and his well-being. Specifically he says, "Training daily works the body’s major muscle groups. At the end of the day, I look forward to a round of Hot Tub Circuit Therapy in my Geneva Spa. I get a great full-body massage in just minutes, and it leaves me refreshed and ready for another grueling day in the pool."

The Geneva tubs are designed with jets to hit very specific muscles as you move from seat to seat. Call Rich’s for the Home today for more information about Caldera® Geneva Spas.

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