Swimex News Articles
The New York Times recently ran a story about the new and improved Yankee Stadium, which features a SwimEx 700T pool The Yankees have been a longtime SwimEx fan, and according to NBC News York, the private clubhouse is a cozy place to lounge and dodge reporters: Players drove right into the stadium, without having to interact with fans. The Yankees clubhouse stretches from home plate to right field and [Read the Rest…]
SwimEx is making headlines for its entry into the Chinese market with sale of our largest therapeutic swimming pool to a hospital in Shaghai. Here’s the excerpt from the Fall River Herald: “A company in the city’s industrial park is expanding its market in a big way. SwimEx Inc. announced Friday that it is entering the Chinese market with the sale of its largest therapeutic swimming pool to a hospital in Shanghai. [Read the Rest…]
While under construction, these images show crews using a large crane to help install a SwimEx pool on the rooftop of this 3-story beachfront property in Florida. To learn more about SwimEx installation, click here.
The Hamilton Physical Therapy and Sports Rehabilitation in Montana is the latest facility to showcase the versatility of the SwimEx 1000 T pool on its website. The aquatic pool is handicap accessible with the use of our lift system. An easy enter/exit system makes for a comfortable transition into and out of the pool. The Hamilton office boasts a SwimEx 1000 T pool with current generating capabilities (.1 to 10 mph of current) to [Read the Rest…]
This could be filed under our “Luxury SwimEx” photo collection. Found on Oyster.com, this is a fantastic image of our SwimEx in a spa setting. The pool can be found at Cambridge Beaches Resort in Bermuda.
Sterling Physical Therapy & Aquatics, located in California, makes patients feel like they are at a luxurious spa. We are proud to say our SwimEx pool is known as “the crown jewel” of the facility. Watch their video to see more:
SwimEx is always looking for new and fun ways to engage our customers. We often get photos from clients of their SwimEx pool “in action.” Some images are so unique and special, that we wanted to showcase our favorite snapshots. What better place than Pinterest. Now, you can join in the fun. Click the link below to follow our SwimEx Pinterest page — or start sharing by pinning your own [Read the Rest…]
It’s called the coolest place in town. Since the Miami Marlins unveiled their new home, the park is winning rave review from fans. The 37,000 seat sports venue has a retractable roof, a 360-degree promenade level, parking spots reserved for fans, and an innovative software program that allows ticket holder to get a 3-D look at their seats prior to the big game. But what fans may not see — is what’s going [Read the Rest…]
Michelle Rober, the owner of 121Fit in New Hampshire, is all about fitness. In her latest video, she shows how to workout pain free in a SwimEx therapy pool:
We already know we love the water, but finally somebody tells us why… In her new book, Swim: Why We Love the Water, published by PublicAffairs Books, Lynn Sherr reports that the benefits of regular swimming extend even to your mental health. According to the book description on Amazon.com, “Swim is a celebration of swimming and the effect it has on our lives. It’s an inquiry into why we swim—the lure, the hold, [Read the Rest…]
One of our most common questions from customers, “how do you install a SwimEx pool?” To help answer this question, we posted a bunch of videos on our website that show how the process is done. Here’s an example of a commercial installation from start to finish: COMMERCIAL INSTALLATION Our team of qualified field technicians work with our clients’ contractors with space layouts, CAD drawings and all those little details. [Read the Rest…]
Aquatic exercise is a great low-impact activity that takes the pressure off your joints, bones and muscles. The natural resistance of water helps strengthen your muscles. In a swim-in-place pool, the flow can be adjusted to meet your desired intensity. If you are just beginning to try aquatic exercise, you may start with water walking. Just simply walk across the pool swinging your arms like you do when walking on [Read the Rest…]
Core exercises are an important part of an overall fitness routine, leading to improved balance and stability. It also helps to train the muscles in your pelvis, hips, lower back and abdomen to work in tandem. There are a variety of exercises one can perform in a pool to help strengthen the core muscles. In this instructional exercise video from SwimEx, see how to use a kickboard to engage the abdominals. The push-and-pull style exercise also encourages proper posture [Read the Rest…]
Iowa State University is part of a growing number of Universities using a SwimEx pool to help keep their athletes in top physical shape. The Feldman Athletic Health Care Center (FAHCC) is located in the Jacobson Building at Jack Trice Field. Opened in the summer of 1996, the FAHCC is 7100 square feet and is the newest and largest athletic training room at Iowa State University. The Feldman Athletic Health Care Center [Read the Rest…]
SwimEx is dedicated to aquatic fitness, because it is something we believe in. We’ve heard the success stories over and over again. Whether you are a professional athlete, a patient undergoing rehabilitation, or just someone who wants to stay fit – aquatic therapy can help. We realize we are a trusted resource for physical therapists, trainers and patients who want to learn more about the benefits of aquatic therapy and our [Read the Rest…]