SwimEx Indoor or Outdoor Exercise Pools
Exercise Pools for Home or Professional Use
Exercising in a SwimEx pool is a gentle way to exercise joints and muscles. The buoyancy of the water supports and lessens stress on the joints and encourages freer movement. Water in an exercise pool also acts as resistance to help build muscle strength. That’s why aquatic exercise pools are becoming increasingly popular with professional sports teams, college programs, Olympic training centers and home owners who are looking for an alternative and fun way of conditioning their bodies. And, you have the option of outdoor or indoor exercise pool installation.
A SwimEx pool is a lap swimming pool and an aquatic therapy/conditioning pool in one! Capable of circulating 30,000 gallons of water flow per minute (113,562 lpm) and with an ability to create a wall of water resistance that can be set at 99 different speeds, SwimEx exercise swimming pools are setting the pace in the outdoor and indoor pool market.
Aquatic Exercise Benefits
Aquatic exercise offers a stress-free mode of hitting all major muscle groups, not to mention the cardiovascular and respiratory systems, in one workout - making it the perfect exercise for people of all ages and interests.
SwimEx’s versatility offers a wide range of water exercise options and its adjustable, laminar counter-current water flow allows you to choose your desired intensity level - from vigorous swim-in-place swimming and in-place running to therapeutic walking in a nearly weight-free environment. All while meeting resistance twelve times greater than movement against air.
Benefits of aquatic exercise include Circulatory System benefits due to increased muscle contraction and aerobic activity, which causes the heart to work more effectively.
The Cardiorespiratory System benefits from aquatic exercise due to increased lung capacity with deeper ventilation. Vigorous aquatic exercise also increases blood supply to muscle and impresses the efficiency of the cardiovascular system.
The Musculoskeletal System benefits from aquatic exercise due to improve flexibility, enhanced aquatic composition and improved muscle strength and endurance.
And, research shows that aquatic exercise can help in bone calcium intake, resulting in the ability to help maintain stronger bones.