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Ironman training in a SwimEx pool – After the race, what is next?

August 22nd, 2014096

  Those of you who have been following me know that I finished an Ironman in Coeur D’ Alene (IMCDA) in late June and that I am trying to recover and rebuild in time to race Ironman Lake Tahoe in September. This is the first time that I have tried to train for a new race after completing an Ironman and it has been quite a challenge. At 47 I [Read the Rest…]

SwimEx Pool in Connecticut

August 6th, 2014pool1

This 400 OS pool owner in Connecticut had her pool installed in a barn type structure building to match the rest of the farm setting. The building looks like a barn so it blends in with the rest of the property.  It has a 12 foot sliding door opens so it is like swimming outside.  I use the pool for exercise and swim about 30-60 mins a day.  – Christine [Read the Rest…]

Swim in comfort all year long!

July 17th, 2014Seattle 042

We may have had a rainy week here in New England but Seattle has to deal with wet weather most of the year. This makes it difficult to get your fitness or therapy swim time in. The solution is a SwimEx pool.  Check out this simple, yet effective and tranquil setup one owner created for his 500 OS.  Folding doors create a seamless transition to the outside but seals out the [Read the Rest…]

Indoor Swimming with an Outdoor View!

July 11th, 2014swimex pool

SwimEx is the only resistance pool preferred by home owners,  professional / college athletic teams, and physical therapy centers worldwide.   The owners of this 500 S swim for fitness but also just relax in this swim spa room almost everyday.  The kids love it also!  The 500 S model utilizes “side channels” as a water return system enabling a greater water depth and faster counter-current pool water speeds. These side [Read the Rest…]

Spectacular View for SwimEx Swim Spa in Montana

June 26th, 2014montanapool1.

  This 600 S SwimEx pool offers the ultimate in relaxation and home fitness with this resistance pool and jacuzzi set-up!  The pool features a 2ft extension and an adjustable pool counter current that extends 28 inches deep. This provides a smooth, laminar flow of up to 30,000 gallons per minute (113,562 lpm) and holds 3,200 gallons (12,112 l) of water. The pool also features a swimming arrow, deep-water running [Read the Rest…]

SwimEx Swim Spa Waterfront Patio Set up – in Seattle

June 4th, 2014lash18

One SwimEx pool owner in Seattle is enjoying an early summer swim thanks to their SwimEx swim spa pool!  A gorgeous view and nice grill set up completes the summer package!  His 600 S pool (with 2ft extension) was installed in 2005 and is still running strong! The 60-inch deep 600 S home swim spa one of the deepest and most powerful resistance pools on the market.  The 600 S utilizes [Read the Rest…]

Indoor SwimEx Resistance Pool in California

May 12th, 2014CaliforniaSwimEx-web

This SwimEx pool resides in beautiful Belvedere, CA with a nice view of Golden Gate bridge right outside the glass block windows. It must be hard to get the motivation to exercise with that view but the SwimEx 500 OS  has had hundreds of swim sessions and still looks new!  With Spring finally here, now is definitely the time to check out our seven different models of resistance pools for [Read the Rest…]

Dinner and a Swim – Dual purpose swim spa room!

February 19th, 2014Sarah Fishers Pool

One of our customers in Philadelphia had a custom (and solid!) pool cover made out of the same material as the room’s flooring.  The cover is flush with the floor and can be walked on.  This enables the pool room to be used a multipurpose room.   It is an ingenious way to take a swim and have the family over for dinner on the same day!

Aquatic Training Programs Benefit Injured Athletes – Therapy Blog

October 26th, 2013

By Lori Thein Brody and Paula Richley Geigle Injured Athletes Some form of rest is often the treatment recommendation for an injured athlete. The rest may be relative rest, in which the athlete reduces the intensity of training or activity, or it may be absolute rest, during which the athlete performs no activity. In either case, rest for an athlete can be problematic. The research of Coyle et al. (1986 [Read the Rest…]

"We love the SwimEx pool at our Canine Rehabilitation Facility…"

June 27th, 2013Rehab_pics_016

“We love the SwimEx pool at our Canine Rehabilitation Facility. The current definitely allows us to challenge our agility patients and help strengthen our cases recovering from surgery. The controls inside the pool easily allow us to make adjustments to the workout during a session. We have found that keeping it clean is very low maintenance as well. This is especially important after swimming a few Newfoundlands. I would highly [Read the Rest…]

Aquatic Therapy and the Benefits of Current Pools

June 24th, 2013Aqua Therapy

If your body requires some rehab, that doesn’t mean you have to go to an expensive place of rehab. Instead, work your glutes, repair your ACL, diminish your arthritis (or even ease your stress level) by committing to the best exercise of all – aquatic therapy for pain relief, anxiety and discomfort. From accidents to sports injuries (and various types of joint pain that can pop up at any age) [Read the Rest…]

SwimEx on the high seas!

October 9th, 2012

SwimEx on the high seas! SwimEx pools are everwhere—in houses, hospitals, professional team                training facilities, veterinarian clinics and physical therapy centers. And in 2013, a Swim Ex 500 OS will be sitting on the deck of one of the world’s most beautiful superyachts. Famed Italian ship builder Perini Navi is installing a SwimEx 500 OS on its C2189, the 240-foot/73m flagship of the [Read the Rest…]

The Effects of Combined Aquatic and Occupational Therapy in Stroke Patients: A Retrospective Study

January 6th, 2011

Authors: Robert D. Chetlin, Steven Wheeler, Shelby Crane, Cheryl W. Morris, Lori A. Sherlock The purpose of this retrospective pilot study was to determine if aquatic therapy (AT) intervention concurrent with occupational therapy (OT) yielded greater functional gains in stroke patients than OT treatment alone. A retrospective chart review was conducted evaluating subjective data from an inpatient rehabilitation hospital in Morgantown, WV. Thirty-nine stroke survivor charts were examined. Patients who [Read the Rest…]

Woodway installed at Killtipper Woods in Ireland

November 30th, 2010

Kiltipper Woods Care Center located in Dublin, Ireland was established in 2004 and provides 24-hour nursing care to their residents as well as rehabilitation and residential accommodations. Their Rehabilitation unit consists of a new large physiotherapy department and SwimEx 1000T hydrotherapy pool. All hydrotherapy and exercise programs are conducted by highly skilled chartered physiotherapists. SwimEx just recently installed a state of the art Woodway Treadmill into this pool for even [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…]

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