Produced using unique technology and extensive research, Melt Water is the result of years of development. The production process mimics the natural formation and melting of glaciers and involves a complex multi-stage freezing, extracting and melting process.
Melt Water is a result of freezing, extracting and melting. As ice crystals start to form during freezing, they naturally push away all impurities and admixtures. The water that doesn’t freeze, due to impurities, is removed using special technology. At the final stage of production, the final layer of ice is melted back into water giving it the unique icy taste.
Melt Water benefits
- One of the world’s purest forms of water.
- Produced using unique technology.
- Sold in environmentally friendly bottles, made from 20% recycled materials.
- Rated as highest quality by the British Retail Consortium
During exercise, it’s vital to stay hydrated and ice cool Melt Water is a favourite of health and fitness trainer Jennifer Chalouhi. In a series of videos produced with Sport360, Chalouhi pinpoints the optimum times of hydration and how drinking water benefits your workout.
In the first in a series of clips, Chalouhi demonstrates simple but effective exercises you can do in the gym or at home to get in shape.
An effective lower-body exercise that works your glutes and quadriceps and also engages your hamstrings.
Body weight squats
Squats hit your legs hard, requiring multiple muscles to work in unison and stimulates growth and muscle tone.
Ideal for releasing tension and increasing flexibility. Arm circles are often used as a warm-up, targeting your shoulders, triceps, back and biceps
Good for loosening up before and during a work out, especially if you’re going to be putting extra pressure on your wrists with push-ups.
This loosens the muscles and tendons around the foot. Stiffness in the ankles leads to stress in the foot and the legs, leading to knee pain, back pain, and neck pain.
Plank hip openers
Great for the core and ideal for loosening the hips. Tight hips means a tight lower back, making it harder to walk, sit, and stand.