Swimex Residential Blog

catfish vaccum

May 5, 2016 / by
The Catfish Spa and Pool Vacuum is Ideal for SwimEx Pools! Combining a lightweight, portable design with uncompromised suction and cleaning power, the Catfish is the ideal tool for any water application. Small enough to navigate the waters of spas and fountains, but strong enough to clean above ground and...
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senior living

Active Aging Week

April 30, 2016 / by
Join us with Active Aging Week as we celebrate older adults and the health benefits associated with active living at any age. This year SwimEx is proud to sponsor Active Aging Week, an initiative created by the International Council on Active Aging (ICAA) to be held September 27-October 3. Since...
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swimex v. endless pools

swimex v. endless pool

January 4, 2016 / by
At SwimEx, every pool and swim spa is built to your exact specifications with countless custom options so it looks great in your home and meets your specific exercise needs. Selecting the right swim spa for your home can seem like an overwhelming decision, but it doesn’t have to be....
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benefits of hydrotherapy

Benefits of Hydrotherapy at Killtipper Woods

November 29, 2015 / by
Kiltipper Woods Care Center located in Dublin, Ireland was established in 2004 and offer the benefits of hydrotherapy.  It 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...
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endless pools v. SwimEx

Why this homeowner chose SwimEx over Endless Pools

August 7, 2015 / by
Why he Chose SwimEx over Endless Pools Robert Beckett of Belfast, Ireland, first caught the home hydrotherapy bug at a boat show in England. After intensive research comparing swim spa performance, he decided to purchase the SwimEx 500 S.  This self-contained lap pool model has extra depth and power for proper...
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ironman training

Ironman Training: Muscle Balance Training Tips

April 22, 2015 / by
 In March I turned 48 and realized my body is not as young as it used to be. March was colder than usual with scattered snow showers and high winds. This was my biggest ironman training month with 40,200 yards of swimming, 155 miles of running and 670 miles of...
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ironman training

Ironman Training: Mind Body Connection

March 11, 2015 / by
February was the third month in my Ironman training plan. This is the month of mind body connection. When I first begin to train, the challenge of month one is to get back into the routine of working out 11 times a week and struggling to build fitness. The easy...
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how to train for a triathlon

Ironman Swim Training: Winter Training At home

February 12, 2015 / by
January went by fast. I hope everyone is keeping their New Year’s resolutions! For me, I hit every training session: first my ironman swim training 24,500 yards, biking 552 miles and running 115 miles. I am also on target with weight loss, losing 8 pounds in January. Although, the weight...
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Triathlon Training Schedule

Triathlon Training Schedule

January 21, 2015 / by
Well 2014 was quite a ride – ups and downs – but all in all a very good year. My 2014 triathlon training totals were: Swimming, 255,774 yards (in my SwimEx); Bike, 5,414 miles; and Run, 1,279 miles. That translates into 108 hours of swimming, 297 hours of biking and...
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current pool

Indoor Current Pool: Benefits

January 10, 2015 / by
Do you live in Arizona, New York or Wisconsin? No matter where in the country you live, a current pool can make a great lifestyle into a perfect one. Imagine it’s Saturday morning and you want to go to the gym. But, you dread fighting the crowds. You’d love to...
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