PORTABLE ICE BATHS FROM SPORTESSE LTD

Designed and manufactured by Sportesse, the individual portable Ice Bath is easy to assemble. Made of a tubular frame with a waterproof lining.

Designed and manufactured by Sportesse, the ice bath is easy to assemble. Made of a tubular frame with a waterproof lining.

Dimensions when fully assembled: Height: 0.7m- Width: 1m- Length: 1.3m. As used by: GB Olympic Team 2004 (Training Camp), England Rugby Team, Wasps Rugby, Wigan Rugby League, Football Association, Wigan Athletic FC, Sale Sarks Rugby, Manchester City FC, Newcastle United FC, England Netball, GB Rugby League (Tri Nations 2004) UK Athletics...

Individual Ice Bath
Price – available on request

Dimensions when fully assembled:
height: 0.7m, width: 0.65m, length: 1m

Team Ice Bath
Price – available on request

Dimensions when fully assembled:
height: 0.7m, width:1m, length: 1.3m

The Sportesse Ice Bath in its compact carrier

The ice bath when dismantled is put into a bag measuring 1.4m (length), 0.9m (height) and 0.3m (width) so ideal for putting into the back of a car or on team coaches.

Sportesse icebaths are used by:
British & Irish Lions Rugby Team 2005, England Rugby Team, Ireland Rugby Team, Welsh Rugby Union, Wasps Rugby, Wigan Rugby League, Football Association (chosen supplier), Surrey Cricket Club, Lawn Tennis Association, Wigan Athletic FC, Sale Sharks Rugby, Manchester United FC, Blackburn Rovers FC, Manchester City FC, Newcastle United FC, England Netball, Galway Gaelic Football Club, London Broncos Rugby League, Gloucester Cricket Club, Everton FC, Charlton FC, Hearts FC, Bristol Rugby, Belfast Harlequins RFC, Reading FC, UK Athletics……..

The baths, which are easily transported on the team coach can be rapidly assembled in the dressing room area and this portability has made them popular with both players and backroom staff.

 

Dr. Chris Brookes

Dr Chris Brookes - GB Rugby League Team Doctor

GB Rugby League Team Doctor

ICE BATHS INVIGORATE THE GREAT BRITAIN LIONS.

The Great Britain Rugby League medical staff is delighted with the effect of using ice baths on the post match recovery of the players. The team have been 'taking the plunge' after each game in the keenly contested Tri nations series which has seen Great Britain reach the Final following victories against Australia and New Zealand in the group stage of the tournament.

Team doctor Chris Brookes commented,
' I have been impressed with the beneficial effects of the ice baths particularly as the Tri-nations matches have been on consecutive weekends.

Rugby League is such a physically demanding sport with high-speed collisions between powerful players an integral part of the game. As a Consultant in Accident and Emergency I am acutely aware of the necessity to deal with soft tissue contusions and other traumatic injuries expeditiously. I have no doubt that the use of the baths has facilitated the players recovery and minimised the potentially serious metabolic effects of these injuries.They will certainly be an integral part of our post match armamentarium in the future.'