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Try Our Juices!

We’ve recently added a variety of fresh-pressed juices to our menu! Great on their own or in a smoothie, these five juices all provide different benefits to aid you on a healthy diet or help with your personal wellness goals.

GREENS

The healthiest-looking drink you’ll ever see, our greens drink is perfect for improving your gut health, reducing inflammation, and boosting energy levels

Contains; Kale, Cucumber, Green Apple, Celery, Lemon, & Ginger

IMMUNE BOOSTER

Even though it’s smaller than all of our other juices, our Immune Booster packs a punch. Probably one of the spicier things you’ll drink, the Immune Booster helps protect you from flus & colds, fights inflammation, and even gives you a bit of extra energy.

Contains: orange, pineapple, lime, ginger, cayenne pepper, turmeric, & black pepper

RECHARGE

The most nutrient-heavy drink we offer, our Recharge juice is useful for boosting your immune system and even has the potential for strengthening your skin. Plus, it’s loaded with your daily dose of vitamin C from the oranges and carrots.

Contains: orange, pineapple, carrot, & lemon

SPRINGS LEMONADE

With no sugar added, our Springs Lemonade is unlike any lemonade you’ve every drank. Created as a digestive aid, the Springs Lemonade also helps give you a boost and helps with bloating or nausea. Plus, it tastes just like normal lemonade!

Contains: green apple, red apple, lemon, & ginger

UPBEET

Need to flush some toxins out of your system? Our beet-based Upbeet drink (get it?) has you covered. Making your liver more healthy, eliminating toxins, and lowering blood pressure. this purple drink is great for helping you detox

Contains: red apple, beets, & lemon

November 28th, 2023|

Following Pool Etiquette

We see more new faces in the pool area than we do anywhere else during the summer due to it being the height of Montana tourism. While the Hot Springs can be a fun experience the whole family can enjoy, it’s important to show good etiquette to everyone else. Remember, you aren’t the only people using the facility, so be courteous of the others in the facility by following some easy rules.

1) Keep It Relaxing for Everyone Else

We understand that when you come here as a family, you want to have fun, but it’s also worth noting that most people use the Hot Springs to relax and unwind after a long day’s work. Nothing is worse than finding your groove and entering a nice state of relaxation only to be jolted out of it by a screaming kid or a stray football. While we aren’t going to ban fun at the Hot Springs, we do ask that the family fun doesn’t impede on other’s ability to relax. An easy rule of thumb is that if the kids want to play, keep it in the kiddie pool (there’s plenty of room).

With that being said, if you choose the designated children’s pool as your relaxation destination of choice, do understand that you’re going to be around children, so relaxing is going to be a bit more challenging.

2) Shower Before Going into the Pools

We can’t believe we have to say this, but please don’t use our pools as baths. We get lots of complaints every year about people coming back from a long, dusty hike and just hopping right into the pools. No rinse, no shower, nothing. Then, all that dust winds up in the pools and makes everyone else angry (at you if you get caught, but at us if you don’t). So, before you use the pools, we politely ask that you at least rinse off. We aren’t saying you have to take a full-blown shower, but as least rinse most of the built-up dirt from a day’s activity off your body. Also, we know the water pressure in our showers isn’t always consistent, but there’s always enough to get a rinse in.

3) Please Keep it PG & Leave the PDA at Home

The Hot Springs can be an incredible date spot (a word of advice: just probably not for the first date), and we understand that the ambiance of the facility can be great for a little bit of romance. But remember, there are likely children in the pool with very protective parents, so keep it PG. There’s nothing wrong with some in-pool cuddles and smooches, but don’t start bumping and grinding up on each other. Trust us when we say this: nobody else wants to see your extreme displays of affection.

If it gets too bad, we […]

July 19th, 2023|

Following Gym Etiquette

Now that we’re in the summer season, we’re seeing all kinds of fresh faces in the gym. Whether it’s new members or tourists, summer brings in a lot of new people, so it’s the time of year where we’re rehashing our gym etiquette rules. Following these rules will make sure that everyone is able to experience the gym well and have an overall positive experience!

1) Wear Proper Gym Attire

This more of a rule of the gym than an etiquette guideline, but with a whole lot of fresh faces and tourists, we have to highlight this. Make sure you have the proper attire for the gym, otherwise we will make you go change into something appropriate.

In our gym, proper attire is:

  1. Clean, close-toed shoes
  2. Shorts, sweats, or leggings (NO SWIM TRUNKS)
  3. A shirt for men and at least a sports bra for women

Like we said above, if you don’t follow these guidelines, we will make you go change into something that follows these guidelines

2) Wipe Down the Equipment When You’re Done

It’s not a workout if you aren’t sweating a little bit, but nothing’s worse than walking up to a machine that’s covered in someone else’s sweat. So, for the sake of others, wipe down the machines when you’re done. We provide free rags and spray bottles to make it even easier for you. It’s also generally a good idea to wipe down a machine before you use it as well to stop the spread of germs, but cleaning up your sweat when you’re finished is crucial to making sure others can have a positive gym experience.

3) Rerack Your Weights

Let’s face it. Everyone is at a different level on their fitness journey, so not everyone can lift the same amount that you can. It’s important to rerack your weights once you’re done so everyone else in the gym can work out effectively.

Also, keep in mind that there’s no shame in asking for help if someone left their weights on and you’re not able to lift them off. We’ve all been there at some point in our fitness journies.

4) Take Phone Calls Outside

Here’s the scenario: you forgot your headphones and you’re doing squats. All of a sudden, from behind you, you hear (loudly) “Hello? Oh what’s up bro?” then proceed to hear a full one-sided conversation about their previous night’s escapades for the entirety of your squat session. Pretty awful, right?

This is something we see in the gym almost every day, and it’s pretty obnoxious every single time. We think it’s awesome that your bro or your grandma called you. But not everyone else needs to hear what you’re saying to them, so take the call into the hallway.

5) Be On Time for Fitness […]

July 6th, 2023|

Support Bjorn and the Eric Marsh Foundation

One of our members, Bjorn Burnett, will be participating in the annual run for charity to support the Eric Marsh Foundation. Eric March was the superintendent of the Granit Mountain Hotshots, who, along with 18 of his crew members passed away battling the Yarnell Hill fire on June 20’th, 2013. From March 4th-6th, Bjorn will be running 4 miles every 4 hours for 48 hours to raise money for the EMF, which supports the families of fallen wildland firefighters. He’ll be doing giveaways from now until the event, so make sure to keep your eye our for ways to donate. Every little bit helps!

If you’d like to donate: https://www.gofundme.com/f/support-the-families-of-fallen-firefighters

Q: How long have you been a member at the Bozeman Hot Springs?

A: I’ve been a member out at the Hot Springs 2013, mainly in the winter time. Since 2013, I spent most of my summers being a firefighter, so when that died down, I always restarted my membership. I was a wildland firefighter from 2012-2016 and before that, I was a Fire EMS from 2009-2012. 

 

Q: How long have you been training for this?

A: I’ve never been much of a runner, so I started running last September, but I officially have been training for this event since October.

 

Q: What does your training look like?

A: Generally, I run six times a week in the morning for one to two miles. On three of those days, I do a four-mile run in the afternoon. Paired with that, I do Yoga twice a week, and do some sprints to build endurance. To keep me from getting bored or burnt out, I also like to listen to books while running on the treadmill.

 

Q: Do you know how many others are running in this event? 

A: Not personally, but every year thousands of people all over the world, run at the same time, this year starting at 9 p.m. MTN on March 4th, to support a cause they believe in.

 

Q: Are you running in a team/Solo?

A: This is a solo event, so I won’t be running with a team. The whole challenge is to be able to run this amount by yourself, so running with a team kind of defeats the purpose.

 

Q: Have you done other runs like this?

A: To prepare for this run, I did a half-version of it back in November. For this, I ran 24 miles in 24 hours instead of 48 miles in 48 hours. It felt like a good stepping stone to make sure my training progress was on the right path.

 

Q: What made you choose the EMF?

A: My prior experience as a wildland firefighter really drove me to choose the EMF. The Yarnell Hill Fire of 2013 really hit close to home for me, so ever since, I’ve been doing everything I can to support our firefighters. The last fire I was on was in Prescott, Arizona, home of the Granit Mountain Hotshots, whom Eric Marsh was the superintendent of. I was there doing the same job those guys did. I […]

February 20th, 2022|

Proper Gym Etiquette

With the new year comes plenty of resolutions. The most popular new year’s resolution is to get into the gym or to get into great shape. While we encourage these decisions highly, there is a certain amount of etiquette that comes with using the gym that new gym-goers may neglect to do or be unaware of. Well, that’s what we’re here for. Please make sure you’re following the below rules when you use any gym (except home gyms. You can do what you want in those):

1. Wipe down machines when you’re done with them.

This is probably the biggest rule you should follow when using the gym, especially now during COVID. Doing a gym workout can be rigorous, and most people will work up quite a sweat, especially if you’re newer to gym usage. And nothing is grosser than sitting down onto a gym machine only to realize it’s covered in the previous user’s excessive perspiration. Not only is it gross, but it’s also unsafe. Without properly disinfecting the machine, it’s very easy to transmit sicknesses to other users, and that’s how you get into bad situations. Because of this, it’s vitally important that you wipe down the machines when you’re done with them. Most gyms provide disinfectants and rags to make this process as easy as possible.

2. Put your weights back/reset machines when you’re done using them.

Look, we aren’t all the same levels of fitness expertise in the gym. Some people have been going to the gym for years and can bench a dump truck, where some people (much like our current blog writer) find the thought of benching anything to be daunting and terrifying. That being said, you should always reset the machines and weights with the new gym-goer in mind. If you just benched a bunch of 60 pound weights on each side of the barbell and leave them sitting on there, there may be some gym users who won’t be able to remove those weights, therefore rendering them unable to use the equipment. Even with machines where you can pick your weight by inserting a peg into a stack of weights, it’s common courtesy to reset when you’re done.  This goes for putting free-weights back on racks, too.

3. Keep phone use to a minimum

We get it. Most of us have our phones on us during workouts so we can listen to music, answer important texts, and take the occasional selfie. These are totally reasonable and acceptable, assuming you keep your phone use in check. If you have to answer a text and you see someone is waiting for the machine you’re using, don’t sit there to answer the text. Either get up and let the next person use the machine, or start your next rep. Also, under no circumstances should you answer your phone and engage in conversation while at the gym. Gyms are loud, so you generally have to speak up to make sure you get heard, and nobody else wants to hear that.

4. Communicate with […]

January 5th, 2022|
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