October presented me with a few bumps in the road. It was an adjustment going from working out 25 hours a week to no real training. I also had to recover from the nagging muscle issues that go along with 12 months of hard training. Work for me is always extra busy in the fall, plus I began taking 13.5 graduate school credits to get my Tier 2 School Administrator [Read the Rest…]
These new SwimEx owners live on a farm in South Georgia, right above the GA/FLA line. They put their SwimEx on a screened-in porch. It is housed in a new building the couple designed with the help of an architect. They planned the building to make the most of solar energy and the pool gets warmth from the sun. The standard cover that came with the SwimEx has also done [Read the Rest…]
It’s going to be a beautiful weekend in New England. Plenty of sun and a perfect time of year for leaf peeping. If you’re up for a trip to see amazing foliage, check out the Yankee Foliage site for up-to-date reports. We plan to enjoy a few more wonderfully warm days. The weather looks like it’s going to be great in Seattle too! Check out this Seattle SwimEx. What a [Read the Rest…]
It’s Active Aging Week – a celebration of adults 50 years of age and older. Take a moment to enjoy your life. We recommend finding a water exercise class near you. We know you’ll love it. If you do, check out the benefits of owning your own SwimEx pool and exercising at home.
Did you know that inside every SwimEx pool wall there is a balsa wood core for strength, insulation and endurance? This process sets us apart and creates benefits that are unique to SwimEx. Our balsa wood core allows for lower water heating costs and pools that stand the test of time. Handcrafted in the USA, every SwimEx pool is carefully constructed with a strict attention to detail. There’s an art [Read the Rest…]
The Center for Physical Rehabilitation has proven results with aqua therapy utilizing a SwimEx 700 at their Cascade, Michigan location. Their team of Therapists, and Athletic Trainers use aqua therapy since it allows for an earlier start to therapy, less painful for the patient,and gives patients the ability to move freely in ways that would not be possible on land. From The Center for Physical Rehabilitation‘s website. The Center, with [Read the Rest…]