Preparing for a basketball tournament entails many things because the players must be kept healthy and physically fit before they face off the opponent team. That is why customizing hotel rooms for basketball players have been a priority in the South East Asian countries where basketball is constantly becoming popular. When we talk about customized hotel rooms, we refer to spaces that can be used comfortably by players in particular. They are modified based on consultative meetings with the region’s basketball coaches. This is to ensure that the hotels are perfectly suitable for the player guests.
One of the most vital areas to improve for the best interest of the players is the toilet and bathroom. It is less known that the bathroom or toilet posture can have impacts on your health. The common two types of toilets are the sit toilets and the squat toilets, however, I would not recommend anyone to use the squat models. Even Thomas Crapper, who displayed the first flushable toilet in his showroom in the 1980s, he didn’t display a squatting toilet model!
Actually, after showcasing the toilet models the average height of the toilets was about 420mm from the floor. But nowadays things are a bit different due to the increase in human population, meaning the required average height of the toilet is higher than 420mm. Therefore, nowadays toilets are being manufactured with different heights so that customers can choose based on their specific needs. When it comes to customizing the hotel bathrooms, the right toilets are chosen according to the standard height for every player.
Comfortable Height Toilets and Benefits
A comfortable toilet is the one that allows the user to sit on and easily to get up without straining. Though there is more on technology in the development of toilets such as water saving devices and flush motion sensors, there is a lot to consider about the toilet height. A person living with a disorder such as arthritis might find it rough when trying to get down a low positioned toilet. That bending may also be an annoyance to aging people because their joints may develop aching over time. When we also consider the wheelchair users, a toilet of 420mm height can be really frustrating given that a typical wheelchair is 480mm in height.
Many of the modern hotels have been refurbishing their toilets to fit the needs of their customers. When it comes to hotels that host basketball players, the toilets’ seat has been molded and the seat frames raised to make them a usable and convenient for the players. In such hotels, the toilets are redesigned to ensure the entire place is complemented and look more hospice than home! When it comes to wall-hung toilets, they are known to be a great choice to combat concerns about mobility. Interestingly, they can be adjusted based on the height of the user, and also they have a customizable long projection pan to fit the wheelchair commode. In addition, they are easy to keep clean compared to some of the modern toilets. According to toilet experts, the suitable and accessible toilet height for almost every normal human being should be 480mm.
Comfortable Toilet Seats and Benefits
Staying for an extra minute on an uncomfortable toilet can be annoying. So, a good quality toilet seat is quite important so that the user can get the most out of the bathroom’s experience. A poorly designed toilet seat can cause rashes and bruises, which may lead to serious irritation over time. This means you will not be able to use the toilet comfortably because you must hover in order to keep off contact with the surface. To avoid such annoyances, new hotels have been replacing the old-fashioned toilets with the modern ones.
To add comfort in the bathrooms, many hotels are putting plush toilet seats that breathe and create a comfortable layer around your backside. Not only are they comfortable as pillows but they are as durable as earthenware. There are also wood toilet seats that are highly durable and also comfortable to sit for a longer time. Last but not least, it is easier to clean the wood (hard toilet seats) toilet seats compared to soft ones. This is because the soft toilet seats have tiny pores that collect dirt and oil from the skin.