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5 Pool exercises to minimize stress

December 12, 2016 / by
One way to effectively relieve tension and improve your mood is through physical activity. Getting in the water for pool exercises is a great place to start. Whether you enjoy the luxury of having your own home pool, or have access to one at a local gym, check out these... Read More
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Cross training with a pool bike and underwater treadmill

November 23, 2016 / by
Fitness enthusiasts are constantly seeking new ways to challenge themselves with their workouts. The SwimEx water current has 99 speed, to match any level of ability. When you add exercise equipment like underwater treadmills or pool bike, you get the most from your aquatic exercise session. But many swim spa... Read More
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Home Swim Spa Benefits

Imagine having a home swim spa where you can exercise, rehab and have fun whenever you want. Now imagine how great it would be to take advantage of distinct benefits in the comfort of your own home. Here are top reasons why aquatic therapy workouts are better than working out... Read More
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Pros and Cons of Fiberglass Pools

August 30, 2016 / by
There are endless options for adding accessories and additions to make your house a home that perfectly complements your lifestyle. One major improvement that homeowners opt for is a home pool. The biggest question to ask when buying a swim spa or home pool is what material is best. Fiberglass... Read More
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Home Swim Spa Review: One Family’s Feedback After 9 Years

June 30, 2016 / by
It’s one thing to research swim spas and learn how they can help your family improve physical fitness, train for sports, rehabilitate injuries, ease symptoms of health conditions, and relax. It’s even better to read about a family’s personal swim spa review. Carl and Shari Keener from Woodbine, Maryland have... Read More
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Five Top Reasons Water Workouts Work

June 2, 2016 / by
There’s never been a better time to work out in the water. Hydrotherapy is a low impact workout with high impact results. And here are the top reasons why water workouts work. Water’s weightlessness equals less joint stress Less joint stress means less pain Less pain leads to more effective... Read More
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How to step up your ironman training with a home pool

May 31, 2016 / by
Ironman training requires dedication, grit, and endurance. To hit the typical weekly training distance of 30 miles of running, 200 miles of cycling, and seven miles of swimming, you need the time to train. Here’s where a home pool gives you an advantage. For the majority of ironman athletes who... Read More
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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... Read More
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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... Read More
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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... Read More