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Why choose Cold Daddy?
You have 15 minutes from the onset of a heat related illness to prevent permanent bodily harm. This onset is not always noticeable, so your time to act may be even less. At Cold Daddy, we desire to aid athletes in heat illness prevention and recovery. Cold Daddy products are designed to decrease cold water immersion prep time and include superior insulation, keeping your tubs colder for longer. We asked our customers what changed for the better since switching to Cold Daddy. Here's what a few of them had to say:
"As a NFL player, nothing allowed me to recover faster than when I immersed my body in cold water. Today, Cold Daddy offers athletes an unparalleled way to achieve this type of recovery - without ever having to use ice."
Former NFL Player
“Cold Daddy is very beneficial to our athletes, keeping them on track with recovery in between training sessions. The set-up was easy and convenient for our medical staff to bring into the training room area of the gym.”
Head ATC, USA Gymnastics
“With athletes working harder and training year-round, [ATC's] constantly work to aid in recovery and injury prevention. Cold water therapy is proven to aid in these issues and Cold Daddy is the easiest, most economical way to deploy this therapy.”
LAT, ATC, SWATA HOF Inductee
"Recovery is arguably the most important aspect of an intense training regimen. Cold Daddy makes recovery less painful and more effective than a traditional ice bath. Every program should have one."
Former D1 NCAA Athlete
Cold Daddy is extremely valuable to us during the hot and humid days of training camp. Prior to Cold Daddy, we would dump bags of ice in the spas to keep them cool...now the water is constantly cold with less effort. It has been a great investment for the Club!
Head ATC, NFL Team
"Cold Daddy gives us a peace of mind knowing that we are equipped to immediately treat any athlete who may suffer a heat related illness. The chillers and tubs allow us to easily maintain a cold water source that is ready whenever we need it."
Athletic Director, Tyler ISD
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