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Compare Custom Options: SwimEx v. Endless Pools

February 3rd, 2012Outdoor, Inground, Flooring Above Coping

At SwimEx, every pool is built to your exact specifications with countless custom options so it looks great in your home and meets your specific exercise needs. READ MORE ABOUT SWIMEX V. ENDLESS POOLS  LEARN HOW TO CUSTOMIZE YOUR SWIMEX SwimEx pools are also compact. Why install a full-size lap pool that takes up a lot of space and requires a lot of maintenance when you can get everything you need [Read the Rest…]

Compare Construction Quality: SwimEx v. Endless Pools

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The original Endless swimming pool, which offers their best water flow, is made with a vinyl liner in a galvanized steel shell. The liner needs to be replaced every few years. They also recommend replacing the hydraulic motor every 3-5 years. READ MORE ABOUT SWIMEX V. ENDLESS POOL Made from strong fiberglass composite, SwimEx pools have the same durable construction as fiberglass boats. The proven design formula sandwiches a balsa [Read the Rest…]

Compare Water Flow: SwimEx v. Endless Pools

February 3rd, 2012Sterling Full Room 500T

Both the SwimEx and the Endless Pool offer a better flow than standard jetted swim spas. Endless Pools use a propeller to push a water flow that is about 21″ wide and 18″ deep, located in the middle of the pool. It is a narrow flow and, depending on the swimmer, may be too narrow for effective swimming. READ MORE ABOUT SWIMEX V. ENDLESS POOL Using its paddlewheel technology, SwimEx Pools [Read the Rest…]

Compare Noise Level: SwimEx v. Endless Pools

February 3rd, 2012Pool2

The hydraulic motor that drives the Endless pool is located at the front end of the pool and can make the surrounding area quite loud. READ MORE ABOUT SWIMEX V. ENDLESS POOL The SwimEx drive system is mounted below your decking at the rear of the pool, so noise levels are at a minimum for both swimmers and those sharing the space. At SwimEx, every pool is built to your exact [Read the Rest…]

Baby Boomers Turning To SwimEx For Stress-Free Workout

December 8th, 2011POOL1

Fall River, Mass – “This is just like having a spa in your house!” Karen Hurvitz is another happy SwimEx customer. She recently installed a swim spa in her new Concord, Massachusetts home. “It keeps you in shape. I use it every day,” says Karen. Her first experience with a swim-in-place pool was during a visit to Hong Kong fifteen years ago, “I loved it!” But back home, Karen had [Read the Rest…]

27 Surgeries Later, Patient Turns To Aquatic Therapy

November 7th, 2011

 

Aquatic Exercise Training for the Asthmatic Population

January 18th, 2011

Development of an Aquatic Exercise Training Protocol for the Asthmatic Population Authors: Kasee Hildenbrand, Sara Nordio, Timothy S. Freson, Bruce E. Becker The purpose of this article is to propose creation of a consistent, measureable 12-week aquatic exercise progression for individuals diagnosed with asthma. An aquatic exercise option not requiring swim skills may offer real value, but no previous literature explicitly describes a standardized nonswimming aquatic exercise progression. Participants were [Read the Rest…]

Swim regularly to ward off colds this winter!!

November 30th, 2010

2 November 2010 Regular swimmers are less like to catch a cold this winter and will suffer less severe symptoms, according to new research. In a report published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, scientists from North Carolina found adults physically active on five or more days a week suffered from cold-like symptoms almost half as frequently as those exercising once a week or less. “Exercise like swimming is [Read the Rest…]

Swimming and All-Cause Mortality Risk Compared With Running, Walking, and Sedentary Habits in Men

November 1st, 2010

Swimming and All-Cause Mortality Risk Compared With Running, Walking, and Sedentary Habits in Men Swimming, water jogging, and aqua aerobics are lifetime physical activities that provide many health benefits comparable to those of walking and running. Research on the association between swimming and mortality is scarce, however. To evaluate the association between different types of physical activity and all-cause mortality, we studied 40,547 men age 20–90 years who completed a [Read the Rest…]

Swimming for Your Health

August 30th, 2010

HOW LEARNING TO SWIM (AND STICKING WITH IT) CAN CHANGE YOUR OVERALL WELL BEING Poolsearch .org by Rochelle Belsito HEALTH BENEFITS If you suffer from chronic pain, swimming may be your answer as water relieves the stress on muscles and joints. In water, humans weigh one-tenth of their actual body weight and, therefore, exercise can cause less strain. The buoyancy of the water also helps since it lets you glide [Read the Rest…]

Swimming Against The Current!

August 10th, 2010

By Brian R. Sheridan May 2010 – Lake Erie LifeStyle They may never make a movie called “Resistance Pool Time Machine” but the at-home exercise pools are becoming as popular as hot tubs with some homeowners. Even 94-yearold fitness guru Jack LaLanne promotes their use to help people stay fit and injury-free as they age. The pools offer the same benefits as a full laplane pool at half the size [Read the Rest…]

Aquatic Therapy: Making a Wave in the Treatment of Low Back Injuries

August 2nd, 2010

Konlian, Cara Abstract Aquatic therapy is a viable rehabilitation alternative for the treatment of spinal pain and dysfunction. The unique physical properties of the water make it an ideal medium for the rehabilitation of low back injuries. Aquatic programs can be used in conjunction with a land-based program or as a sole treatment approach. Orthopaedic specialists should consider aquatic rehabilitation in management of spinal injuries to enhance the injured patient’s [Read the Rest…]

Water Workout

July 27th, 2010

Aqua Magazine By Scott Webb February 2009 Companies offer many ways to get the blood flowing. Exercise in a pool. It used to mean swimming laps, but for the homeowner with a 20- or even a 30-foot pool, lap swimming is mostly turns. And while that can get tiring (which is, after all the point of a workout) it’s not very satisfying. Manufacturers now offer a variety of ways to [Read the Rest…]

Catch the Current!

July 22nd, 2010

Get your workout and hydrotherapy in one convenient system. By Rachel Harper For homeowners who’d love to own both a swimming pool and a hot tub, but may not have the budget or space to purchase both, a swim spa is their best bet. Because swim spas are larger than hot tubs, they are ideal for athletes, swimmers, and casual exercisers. Users can swim against an adjustable-speed current, perform a [Read the Rest…]

Aquatic Therapy Effective for Some Cardiac Patients

July 20th, 2010

Published December 05, 2007 by: Christine Cadena Hydrotherapy is a practice in alternative healing that dates back many centuries. In the realms of today’s medical practice, many adults still use hydrotherapy as a way in which to treat health complications. For cardiac patients, hydrotherapy provides an effective way in which to manage some degree of aerobic activity while not placing too much stress upon the body. For patients who suffer [Read the Rest…]

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