Healing Waters If you think the water just makes people feel good, you don’t know the half of it. Here’s a physiological explanation of the surprising and amazing ways the simple act of being in the water promotes well-being. by Bruce Becker Click here to read full article http://www.aquaticsintl.com/2007/jun/0706_healing.html
SwimEx 500: Fiberglass swim spa with a current, driven by a paddle wheel, that is the width of the pool, not a narrow stream. Pool is 18 feet by 7 1/2 feet, and 50 inches deep. Likes: Smooth, consistent 6-foot-wide current allowed me to drift a bit from side to side during my pleasant 20-minute swim……click here to read more of this review, http://www.latimes.com/features/health/la-he-gear11-2008aug11-pg,0,2252415.photogallery?index=la-gear_k57dnfnc20080807152935
Google, Inc. in Mountain View, CA knows that SwimEx therapy pools are the best for their employees. In their state of the art gym facility they offer a host of exercise and weight training equipment, including two model 600T SwimEx pools for relaxation and exercise. Their employees can de-stress while getting a complete full body workout in the best in aquatic therapy.
Classic investment advice says invest in what you like and what you yourself use. Mark Bakula, an American entrepreneur in Japan, takes that advice to heart. “I own stock in Apple Computer because I think it’s the best computer available and it’s what I use. Likewise, I feel SwimEx is the best counter-current pool available,” Mark says. “I became a SwimEx dealer because the chance to be involved in a [Read the Rest…]
St. Louis University (SLU), home of the Billikens, has a brand-new, 10,600-seat Chaifetz Arena with a state-of-the-art sports medicine facility and a brand new SwimEx. The arena is also home to a three-story office and support building for the athletic department, new locker rooms and new strength and conditioning area. All 16 of their sports teams use the SwimEx for either rehabilitation, reconditioning or cardiovascular training, and the University uses [Read the Rest…]
Robert Beckett of Belfast, Ireland, first caught the home hydrotherapy bug at a boat show in England. He began a flurry of research to compare performance, and decided to purchase the SwimEx 500OS, a self-contained unit with plenty of depth and power for proper support during therapy in the event of injury. He and his wife currently use it to relieve back and neck pain. “I chose SwimEx, very simply, [Read the Rest…]