The SwimEx paddlewheel current is the strongest and most advanced swim-in-place current on the market. It generates a pool-width wide wall of water that can run as deep as 30″ (76 cm). The pool circulates up to 25,000 gallons of water per minute. There are 99 adjustable speeds to challenge all ability levels. Competitive athletes, recreational swimmers, and triathletes around the world use SwimEx for the superior swimming experience.
The below chart lists swim speeds in the SwimEx 600 series pools.
SwimEx cold plunge pools are the perfect tool for post practice recovery. During intense exercise, muscles experience microtraumas or tiny tears within individual muscle fibers. When microtraumas occur they trigger an increase in cell activity which generates muscle fiber repair. Over a period of time and with repetition, this process helps strengthen muscles. Read more here.
This cold plunge pool at Troy University is a custom 35′ plunge pool. Read more about how ULL uses their custom cold plunge.
The Chicago Cubs routinely use hydrotherapy to condition and rehabilitate their athletes. The Cubs hydrotherapy room includes a SwimEx 1000 T therapy pool, 2 hot plunge pools and 2 cold plunge pools.