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    Oregon Hot Tub Sales, Portland, OR - Gives Holiday Health and Fitness Tips

     
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    Portland, OR 97201 - Oregon Hot Tub, a 5-store Hot Spring Spas dealer is helping Americans stay fit and healthy during this stressful holiday season. “From the last Thursday in November until the first week in January, people all over America struggle with one thing in general—staying fit during a barrage of festive eating,” said Sue Rogers, CEO of Oregon Hot Tub.

    “Every year we are faced with a flurry of activities from Thanksgiving through New Year’s Day that all seem to center around food. Don’t give up hope, however,” continued Rogers. Here are three methods for staying fit during the holidays.

    Stay on Schedule - One of the hardest things about holiday survival is dealing with travel stress. With families so widespread the need for crossing time zones is common during the holidays. Crossing those invisible barriers can be really hard on the body. Commonly known as “jet lag,” the effects of long distance travel is especially bad when the trips are short, as they commonly are during holiday visits.

    The best thing people can do when faced with short, fast trips to celebrate holidays with other family members is to do their best to stay on the same time schedule they had at home. When traveling within the continental U.S. the difference can be as little as an hour, or at most a three hour difference, so it means sleeping in several hours later than, or getting up earlier than local family members. The same goes for bed times. While this can mean a little less time spent with family, it will mean the world in terms of stress levels and feeling refreshed. It will also allow everyone traveling to get back home and resume life with less upheaval.

    Keep Up With Normal Diet and Activities - The busy holidays are often an excuse to put off exercising or paying attention to diet. Actual holiday meals are just a small part of the overall number of meals during the hectic 5 week period that cover the holidays. Make sure that every member of the family pays attention to non-holiday meals and remembers to exercise, even when traveling, and everyone will likely emerge unscathed, even when enjoying extra calories at the big meals.

    Bring the Fun Home - Get a hot tub for the home and have all of the celebrations take place there. A hot tub provides a lot of fabulous benefits all year round, including adding value to the property, but during big festive gatherings, it can be a double-bonus. Not only will all of the guests attending holiday events have a wonderful time relaxing around a bubbling hot tub, it will also give family members a way to unwind after hosting the party.

    Hot tubs are a great way to enjoy family get-togethers, even in the cold months. When strategically placed, the hot water of a hot tub is soothing even in the coldest weather, and will make a great conversation starter for any gathering. Just tell guests to be ready to enjoy the fun and have them come prepared. Visiting guests who will be spending a few days will also love the spa qualities provided by having a hot tub right there.

    “To encourage people to check out the benefits of owning their own hot tub or swim spa, Oregon Hot Tub is providing free sauna, hot tub and swim spa wet tests. We do recommend however that people wanting to schedule their free 30-minute wet test call us ahead of time at 503-533-5603 to reserve their spot,” said Sue.

    Oregon Hot Tub offers hot tubs for sale in Portland and only features the highest quality and most leading-edge products at our five convenient locations. We have a dual philosophy: incomparable customer service and professional advice from our knowledgeable staff prior to your purchase and incomparable support for you and your product post-purchase. All this combined is why we are known as “the one friends recommend.” To learn more, pick up a copy of our free report “5 Critical Questions You Must Ask Before You Invest in a Hot Tub or Spa”. Just go to http://www.OregonHotTub.com

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