Professional and Collegiate Sports

Keep athletes in the game to win!

SwimEx athletes in the initial stages of rehabilitation utilize the properties of water to recover more quickly and train more effectively. A water workout delivers less joint stress and muscle soreness. Water exercises also provide up to 15x more resistance land workouts.

Sports medicine professionals trust SwimEx to provide the exact aquatic treatments needed to keep their athletes playing hard, and here’s why:

  • SwimEx’s powerfully consistent water current can be programmed from one session to the next. As an athlete progresses through therapy, recovery and ultimately returns to training, their progress can be monitored and accurately recorded to measure performance.
  • The versatility of the SwimEx aquatic machine provides trainers with endless therapy protocols and exercise options.
  • SwimEx is a superior aquatic running machine that offers three ways to run in the water:
    • Run from the back of the pool to the front and reverse direction to work different muscle groups with each lap. The power of the SwimEx current can challenge even the strongest runner.
    • Run on the angled running pad located at the back of the workstation pools. This stability platform allows runners to run in place against the current.
    • Run on a built-in underwater treadmill. Use the treadmill alone or crank up the current for the ultimate running experience.
  •  View an athlete’s progress from every conceivable angle – above the water or below the surface. Swimex underwater viewing windows provide a clear view of the athlete’s form and progress. In addition, the optional underwater HD Camera system can be used to instruct, correct and review training and therapy protocols. Winners such as the Boston Red Sox, the New York Yankees, Los Angeles Dodgers, New England Patriots, Boston Celtics, Indianapolis Colts, San Diego Chargers, the Utah Jazz, Los Angeles Lakers and Miami Heat all have a SwimEx pool. Professional trainers and conditioners know the best therapy for the fastest recovery comes from a SwimEx training and conditioning pool.


Los Angeles Dodgers SwimEx“As a pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers, I had several injuries, the majority of which were in my knees and hip. Since running to get in shape became too hard on my joints, I was excited when the Dodgers installed a SwimEx at their spring training facility. I used the SwimEx there and in several other ballparks around the league. I found that it not only helped with conditioning, but the movement and resistance I got in the water helped relieve stiffness and soreness in my pitching arm and the rest of my body. I retired four years ago and still battle with pain daily, which is why I recently purchased a SwimEx for my home. This way, I can stay in shape with little or no impact on my joints which will help immensely with my career as the father of three boys. I have had a great experience working with the staff at SwimEx. They have been very helpful with everything from choosing the right unit for my needs, to choosing colors, to working with my contractor for installation. The SwimEx makes exercise fun and as easy or difficult as you want your training to be. I have had great success with SwimEx in the past, and I look forward to good health in the future thanks to them!” Darren Dreifort


Olympic Training Center SwimEx



“This is an awesome machine! It makes me feel like I’m out of shape!” Joe Deloach, Olympic Gold Medalist




Boston Celtics SwimEx


“Our deep-water well is particularly important to us. It allows for a totally non-weight bearing environment. Utilizing the pool’s multiple water depths and various workstations, athletes of different sizes and heights and in all stages of injury recover can run, swim, or complete prescribed therapeutic exercise programs against the current.” Ed Lacerte, Head Athletic Trainer, Boston Celtics



St. Louis University SwimEx


“This will help Billiken athletes spend the least amount of downtime … it will also serve as a great teaching tool for our athletic training students.” St. Louis University



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