A Jacuzzi is a large circular bath which is fitted with a device that makes the water move around. The luxury hotel offers a Jacuzzi in every bathroom. After a busy day your Jacuzzi is the best place to relax. The hot moving water in the Jacuzzi soothes your muscles. Jacuzzi is a brand of hot tub, a manufactured tub or small pool full of heated water and used for soaking, relaxation, massage, or hydrotherapy. In most cases, they have jets for massage purposes. A hot tub’s warm water dilates your blood vessels which helps pump blood all around your body more efficiently. This increased blood flow, paired with the buoyancy of the water and the massage from the hot tub jets helps relieve tension in muscles. Offering a little more luxury than a regular bath, a Jacuzzi-style tub works by recirculating the water you’re already submerged in. Once you activate the whirlpool effect of the pump, it draws water into the chamber, compresses it and then pushes it back through the jets. Immersing yourself in warm water, enhanced by the powerful massaging pulse of the jets, can relieve post-workout aches and pains and help release lactic acid (the cause of muscle soreness). You can even target specific areas like your legs after a long run or your shoulders after a day of weight training. The pump was a portable device that could turn any regular bathtub into a spa. From 1968, a whirlpool bath was produced, which included jets that mixed air and water. This product (called the Roman Bath) was developed by Roy Jacuzzi, a 3rd-generation member of the family.