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Showing posts with label swim spa. Show all posts
Showing posts with label swim spa. Show all posts

Friday, February 26, 2016

The Week in Swimming

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NC State swimmers at the ACC Championship
More problems for Rio as the Olympic swim venue and the subway to the beach events face new delays. (USA Today)

VIDEO: Fifth graders in Virginia responded to a classmate’s drowning by successfully lobbying for free swimming lessons. (NBC 29)

As swimming gets more diverse, the Howard University swim team still feels like an outlier. (Washington Post)

As a child, she idolized The Little Mermaid; as an adult, she now works as a full-time mermaid. (Mirror)

Could your home therapy pool be tax-deductible? (Washington Post)

The Quantified Swimmer: A new wearable designed specifically for swimmers, Swimmerix is preparing to launch.

And in case you missed it, the teen vlogger known as SwimLifeGuru (aka Lindsey) reviewed the Endless Pools® swimming machine at Swim Labs.




Monday, January 18, 2016

10 Reasons to Use an Endless Pool

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swim guru Dr. John Mullen
Dr. John Mullen started swimming at age 4. He created the Swimming Science blog and is Director of Operations at COR, a sports performance studio in Santa Clara, CA. He recently trekked to the FINIS Stroke Lab in nearby Livermore to try out their Elite Endless Pools® swimming machine. Here's his report:

Endless Pools® provide all the benefits of swimming in a traditional pool, but they take up less space and provide users with a better experience overall. It is not the pool you want to use for a 7-year-old’s birthday party, but it is the pool you need for targeted swim instruction and rehabilitation therapy. Many athletes and swimmers of all ages use the Endless Pool for the best workout.

Who Uses Endless Pools
College swimming programs and Olympic training facilities use Endless Pools on a daily basis for targeted training and research. Endless Pools provide opportunities to study safety and performance, and to create challenging workouts.  People can even install them in their homes as well. From Olympic swimmers to recovering patients, people across the US jump into an Endless Pool for success. In Endless Pools across the US, you will find many types of swimmers:

• Patients recovering from surgeries and/or injuries
• Swimmers
• Triathletes
• Runners
• Tennis players
• Basketball players
• Motorsports athletes, and more

Why do so many people choose the Endless Pool over a traditional pool?

Coach Kim Brackin sets the pace in her Endless Pool
1.  Users can control the current
The Endless Pool has a 5-hp propeller that users can adjust to control the water current. Adjusting the speed of the current challenges the athlete by providing resistance. Resistance training improves speed and power in the water. When resistance training is done in the pool it burns more calories, yet it is easier on the body and joints.






The Endless Pools overhead backstroke mirror
2.  Increases body awareness
An Endless Pool has a mirror in the bottom that allows swimmers to observe their workout and body mechanics. Observing the body when it is in motion allows athletes to address problematic movements and positions immediately.








Olympic gold medalist Alyssa Anderson gives pointers in the Elite Endless Pool
3.  Allows for targeted training
Coaches and trainers can observe every stroke and movement in the pool. If an athlete—whether swimmer or otherwise—needs to work on form or a problematic area, coaches and trainers can target an area and adjust the workout accordingly. Targeted training improves the impact and effectiveness of drills.






Tim Murphy coaches Olympic swimmer Alex Myer in the Elite Endless Pool
4.  Allows coaches to provide immediate feedback
Coaches never have to run along the pool or lose sight of the athlete in the pool. This allows coaches to observe every movement. The position and pool height allows coaches to correct problem movements and techniques right away just by reaching over the side of the pool.






Opting for the Elite Endless Pool at University of Kentucky
5.  Eliminates turns and stopping
The pool is compact, but the current makes it an endless training space. It is a training space that does not have walls, lanes or contact with other swimmers. The Endless Pool’s counter current is the secret of its success. Swimming against the current eliminates the need for pushing off so swimmers can focus on form and performance.




Monday, December 7, 2015

The 2015 Endless Pools Photo Contest Winners

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We reviewed hundreds of photos for the 2015 Endless Pools® Photo Contest. Thanks to everyone who submitted during the 10-week entry period. In the end, these seven beautiful standouts rose to the top.

The Grand Prize winner in the 2015 Endless Pools Photo Contest
FIRST PLACE: The golden sunrise glow, the Scottish Highlands fog, the swimmer's upturned face ... the photographer captured a perfect moment for this Original Endless Pool. Our judges endorsed this knockout by a solid margin. Congratulations to pool owner Eleanor on earning our $500.00 grand prize.


The 2nd Place winner in the 2015 Endless Pools Photo Contest
SECOND PLACE: Under majestic red cliffs and the (almost) cloudless sky, this swimmer was the envy of many of our judges. Who wouldn't want to emerge from this partially in-ground Performance Endless Pool to see this grand Utah landscape? Pool owners Kathleen and Leon will receive a FINIS Neptune underwater MP3 player.


The 3rd Place winner in the 2015 Endless Pools Photo Contest
THIRD PLACE: Our WaterWell therapy pool may not have a swim current, but it provides everything Maggie needs for low-impact fitness. And with this sunroom's stunning lakeside view, it's certainly a showpiece for her suburban Toledo home. This elegantly framed shot benefits from a masterful balance between the indoor and outdoor lighting, earning her the other FINIS Neptune MP3 player.

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Endless Pools® Fastlane on display at Atlantic City Pool & Spa Show

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Endless Pools will once again join over 400 exhibitors for the 33rd annual Atlantic City Pool and Spa Show at the Atlantic City Convention Center.

The Northeast Spa and Pool Association expects over 11,000 attendees at the event, which runs from January 28-30.

“Each year I look forward to the AC show,” said Endless Pools Wholesale Development Manager Michael Sparacio. “It’s an opportunity for us as a company to show off the development of our products to pool industry professionals as well as anyone willing to stop by and talk.”

Sparacio will be on hand to showcase the Fastlane, which can be added to new or existing traditional pools to add the patented Endless Pool swim current.

In addition, the company offers the Original Endless Pool and Spa Series, both of which can be tailored in a wide range of sizes with a variety of custom features.

Learn more by visiting the Endless Pools Fastlane page or visit Endless Pools at Booth #1337 at the Atlantic City Convention Center.

Thursday, November 21, 2013

A Home That Doubles as a Private Exercise Studio and Therapy Site

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The Fall issue of Create, a remodeling magazine in the Metro DC area, highlighted Tabor Design Build, Inc.'s installation of an Endless Pool in the home of Alice Kreisle. 

Read below to learn how Kreisle worked hand in hand with John Tabor and his team to design her ideal swimming and therapy room and work toward recovery from mobility loss.

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Kreisle's completed Endless Pool room photo credit John Tabor

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Local Fire Units, Residents Respond to Colorado Floods

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Unprecedented flooding in Colorado made this fall a challenging one for thousands of local residents. Roadways were destroyed and water caused irreparable damage to the state.
About an hour apart, the towns of Lyons and Kersey were each affected by the record floods. In two unique ways, local fire departments were able to benefit from the help of an Endless Pool.
The Platte Valley Swift Water Rescue Team uses an Endless Pool for training against the pool's adjustable, powerful current.
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Platte Valley's Swift Water Rescue Team poses in their Endless Pool

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Endless Pools® Swim Spa featured in Washington Post

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The Washington Post featured an Endless Pool Swim Spa in their recent back yard aquatic installations feature. The Wadsworths, a DC-based couple, decided on a complete renovation of their backyard, terracing the slope of their hilly garden with stone walls, and adding a patio with a fire pit, an outdoor kitchen with fireplace and brick oven. They completed the job with a brand new deck fitted with an Endless Pool Swim Spa.


Friday, September 6, 2013

Bakers Timber Buildings impress with Endless Pool® projects

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Home Counties Pools and Hot Tubs, an Endless Pools® dealer based in Sussex, has found an excellent partner in Bakers Timber Buildings. 

The two have worked cooperatively to produce functional, smart designs for garden swimming pools in homes around the United Kingdom.

One of the many Endless Pools that Bakers has built an enclosure for

Friday, July 19, 2013

Louisville Cardinals latest team to go Elite with Endless Pools®

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Riding the momentum of a record-setting season, the Louisville Cardinal swim team, led by head coach Arthur Albiero, plans to take another giant step forward in 2013-2014. 

The Cardinals have added an Endless Pool® Elite to their program, with the goal of accelerating their rise to national prominence.


Friday, July 12, 2013

Video of the Week: FINIS unveils Neptune SwiMP3 with Endless Pools footage

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The brand new FINIS Neptune waterproof MP3 player provides the most advanced underwater sound in the world, through unparalleled bone conduction technology. FINIS released a video showing how their next-level MP3 player works and how it can be used. The Neptune has already been tested in the FINIS Elite Endless Pool, and worked flawlessly against the strong, smooth current.

The Neptune should add yet another level of enjoyment to your swimming workout!


Monday, July 1, 2013

Sean Conway Attempting to Swim Length of Britain for Charity

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Sean Conway left today for the swimming adventure of a lifetime, as he aims to swim the entire length of Britain in the span of two months to raise awareness and funds for the charity War Child.



A professional adventurer who admits to having minimal prior swimming experience, the 32 year old sees this as his greatest challenge yet.

In preparation, he enlisted the help of All3Motion and swim coach Mark Kleanthous, who spent time offering swimming training to Conway in an Endless Pool


Friday, June 28, 2013

Endless Pools Employees Carry on Tradition, Compete in 2013 Philly Triathlon

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Twenty employees from Endless Pools® raced in this year’s Philly Triathlon, continuing a company tradition of competing in their hometown event.



Thirteen athletes raced individually in the Sprint and Olympic distance races, while three teams also combined to complete a leg of each section of the swim, bike and run.


Thursday, June 20, 2013

Endless Pools® YouTube Page Earns Over 1 Million Video Views

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Established in 2007, Endless Pools' YouTube account now has over 1 million views, breaking the barrier this June to pass the social media milestone.

Celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2013, Endless Pools® has consistently led the way in the innovation and construction of counter-current swimming pools and spas since 1988. 

Endless Pools enjoys an established foothold not only on YouTube, but Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram as well. 

“We make interacting with others on the web a priority,” said Marketing Director Mark Langan. “It’s a fun way for us to connect with our fans and anyone interested in Endless Pools.”

With a YouTube page dedicated to featuring original content to highlight their complete line of pools and spas, viewers are able to learn about the benefits that can be achieved with each product.

“Besides putting on a suit and getting in one of our pools, the best way to learn about it is to watch video,” said Langan. “We offer a dynamic product and want people to see it in action.”

In addition, the page has expanded to include a unique playlist that features the best Endless Pools customer videos online. From triathlon videos to professional Olympic swimmers to physical therapy clinics to canine aquatic therapy, EP customers cover a broad spectrum.

The customer channel offers variety and the opportunity to see people around the world make use of their Endless Pool.

Through photo and video sharing, Endless Pools has sought to show their product in use and in real homes and facilities to others. 

Since the inception of its website in 1996, the company has come a long way, developing a consistent message through its corporate blog and wide range of social media accounts.

The continued development of the Original Endless Pool as well as the Spa Series—which includes Exercise and Swim Spas, has allowed Endless Pools to grow its brand and build a loyal following with millions worldwide, online and in backyards.

ABOUT ENDLESS POOLS:

Endless Pools, established in 1988, has served over 20,000 customers in over 80 countries, and offers compact, customizable pools for swimming, water exercise, aquatic therapy, family fun and relaxation. With a series of six innovative products and an adjustable, revolutionary swim current, Endless Pools can be used for setup as inground pools, partially inground or aboveground—indoors or outside. Rigorously tested for safety, low-maintenance and environmentally friendly, Endless Pools has a product to meet virtually any need.

For more information, visit http://www.endlesspools.com

Friday, June 14, 2013

SwimMAC Carolina announces opening of Endless Pool Elite

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SwimMAC Carolina, one of the premier swim clubs in the United States, announced the opening of their Endless Pool Elite yesterday. 

Director and CEO of SwimMAC David Marsh has trained swimmers in the Endless Pool for years, and will carry on the tradition of pushing his athletes to the next level with the stroke training only possible in an Endless Pool.

With an adjustable swim current that can be set at up to :51/100 meter pace, the Endless Pool will challenge each level of swimmer, from the beginner to the fledgling Olympian.



Offering a wide range of swim lessons for ages 6 months and up, SwimMAC will provide instruction Monday-Saturday.

"We are excited to bring another level of teaching and learning to the community," said South Swim School Director Jean Rogers. "This is an opportunity for people to learn in a more intimate setting."

In a few short years, Endless Pools has seen their Elite Model grow in popularity with swim clubs and colleges around the country, as premier programs such as Auburn, Dartmouth, Harvard, Indiana and Louisville have installed an Elite to enhance their swim training.


Read more about SwimMAC's new Endless Pool Elite.

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

FINIS Installs Endless Pool® Elite at HQ for New Product Testing and Video Analysis

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FINIS, a world leader in technical swimming products that maximize fitness potential and technique, announces the addition of an Endless Pool Elite onsite at the FINIS office in California. For over 25 years, Endless Pools has been engineering pools for stationary swimming against a smooth current. Having sold more than 20,000 pools in 80 countries, Endless Pools appeal to people of all ages and athletic abilities, and are used for swimming, exercise, therapy and fun. 



The Endless Pool Elite is used by premier collegiate programs around the country, such as Auburn and Louisville, as well as Olympians around the world for stroke analysis and technique refinement. Using a 7.5 horsepower motor, the Elite Model produces the most powerful swim current on the market. At its top speed, swimmers can swim faster than 51 seconds per 100 yards pace. The adjustable motor can also be set to slower speeds, making it great for drills, technique work and long, steady swimming. The Endless Pool Elite will be primarily used for FINIS product development testing, technique analysis with streaming video, general swim instruction, and fitness training. 

FINIS set up the Endless Pool in the Product Development section of their warehouse -- an area now aptly coined the "FINIS Stroke Lab." In addition to the mirrors that are already included with the Elite, FINIS has extended their Swim Mirrors above and inside the pool to allow for instant visual feedback. Track lights have been mounted around the pool and waterproof LED's placed under the water for optimal lighting. For video capabilities, FINIS has placed five GoPro Hero3 cameras around and inside the pool to capture high definition footage above and below the surface. The GoPro's link wirelessly to a local computer, which then transmits the video angles to a flat screen TV mounted on the wall. Because it is a live feed into a computer, the captured video can also be streamed online for interactive coaching sessions. Ultimately some pool sessions will even run through the FINIS Stroke Lab video analysis software and be available for public viewing. 

"As a technical swimming company, it seems only natural to have a pool," said Mark Stephens, VP of Product Development and Marketing. "With this new laboratory, we can better test the hydrodynamic properties of our technical equipment and swimwear. Using instant video feedback with the GoPros, we are able to get slow motion, high-definition footage of how the swimmer and product interact. The controlled environment the Endless Pool creates lets us better understand body mechanics, drag, and water flow." 

One of the perks of having the Endless Pool Elite onsite has been an increase in excitement of FINIS employees wanting to get in and swim. With the pool just 20 feet away from their desk, it is quite convenient to get in a swim during the lunch break. 

The Endless Pool Elite will also be used for Marketing photo-shoots, and athlete demos. FINIS even plans to run swim lessons in the pool, with the goal of helping swimmers of all ability levels. 

"We are excited to play a role in the development and testing of FINIS products," said Endless Pools Marketing Manager Mark Langan. "It's a partnership that makes sense as we already use several FINIS products in our corporate facility, as well as highly recommend them to customers. We look forward to watching the development of their new Endless Pool laboratory." 

ABOUT FINIS:

Founded in 1993 in Northern California, FINIS was started by John Mix and Olympic Gold Medal Swimmer Pablo Morales. The Monofin and the Swimmer’s Snorkel were the first products they developed for the US market; afterwards, they continued to focus on creating innovative training tools for swimmers and coaches worldwide. FINIS products are currently available in over 65 countries and are used by US and International Olympic teams, elite triathletes, and fitness swimmers.

ABOUT ENDLESS POOLS:

Endless Pools, established in 1988, has served over 20,000 customers worldwide, and offers compact, customizable pools for indoor or outdoor use. With a series of six innovative products, from the Original Endless Pool to Exercise and Swim Spas, an Endless Pool can be tailored for rehab, competitive training, or family fun. Low-maintenance and environmentally friendly, Endless Pools has a product to meet virtually any need, from the novice swimmer to the Olympian.

Thursday, May 30, 2013

Comparing Endless Pools to Natural Swimming Pools

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For over 25 years, we’ve worked tirelessly to innovate and manufacture the most environmentally friendly compact swimming pools and spas in the world. 

The technology we have developed since 1988 has allowed us to build more efficient, longer lasting pools that take up just a fraction of the footprint of the standard traditional pool.

Add in simple installation, low operating costs, minimal chemical requirements and easy maintenance, and you’ll find that the Endless Pool family of products is an ideal choice for outdoor installation that can truly enhance and help capture the beauty of Mother Nature.

Natural Pools are green, alternative swimming pools that often take a pond-like appearance. While they do provide a natural look, there are several obstacles that do not make them an ideal choice for many. 



Natural Pools

• Are a green, natural swimming pool option that utilizes plants rather than chemicals, which results in an ‘organic’ swimming environment
• Require consistent upkeep—roots of plants must be maintained
• Can incorporate fish, but only in the swimming part of the pool and not in the aqua-garden area where they would cause destruction
• May not be able to properly metabolize sunblock
• Do not offer simple temperature control options, which can be difficult to maintain
• Require a very high up-front setup cost

Endless Pools offer 

• Just a fraction of the footprint of a traditional pool as they can seamlessly be incorporated into their surroundings and blended into the natural landscape
• An environmentally friendly choice due to a minimum of required chemicals and with their Nature2 copper/silver purification system
• Simple design or a variety of options to customize in the size and features of your choice
• The ability to save time and money—both short and long-term
• A do-it-yourself option; the modular Endless Pool can be installed in a few short days, while the one-piece acrylic Spa Series (available as an Exercise Spa or Swim Spa) requires minimal setup time





Thursday, May 2, 2013

Irish Bed & Breakfast Offers Swim School for Unique Getaway

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Trevor Riches has put a unique spin on the traditional bed and breakfast. Riches, along with Lynette Hart, runs Ard na Ciuin Guesthouse, a bed and breakfast in Ballyduff, Ireland that features an Endless Pool® for swim training.

One of the top ranked Bed and Breakfasts in all of Ireland according to TripAdvisor, the B&B has more than earned its ‘Excellent’ rating.

Reviewers rave about the hospitality of the hosts as well as the opportunity to learn how to swim during their getaway.




Ard na Ciuin offers a peaceful setting, which Riches and Hart acknowledge with pride is well off the beaten path.

With lessons in the compact, temperature controlled pool, guests feel welcome and safe as an instructor looks on.

“In terms of learning to swim, this is the perfect environment, the pool is incredible and Tracey is the most amazing instructor,” praised one TripAdvisor reviewer.

“I arrived at Ard na Ciuin unsure if I would ever swim, but swam on my second class and finished every single lesson amazed at the progress that it is possible to make in such a short time,” echoed another.

Riches takes great pride in watching novice swimmers make quick progress and learn how to swim in the Endless Pool during their stay.

“It’s one of the rewards of running this business,” said Riches. “It gives us a real buzz.”

Recently profiled by RTE’s ‘Nationwide,’ which focused on the story of a woman who overcame her fear of swimming during a stay at the B&B, Riches hopes to raise awareness about the opportunity for professional swim instruction along with a relaxing getaway from the hustle and bustle of daily life.

While Ard na Ciuin has cornered the bed and breakfast swim school market, the Endless Pool has been an ideal swim training device for years that many coaches and swim schools have taken advantage of.

Often referred to as a ‘treadmill for swimmers,’ coaches can incorporate underwater and overhead mirrors, underwater cameras, and a variety of options to track changes and give instantaneous instruction to swimmers.

From ‘how to swim’ lessons to advanced technique training for triathletes, open water swimmers, collegiate swimmers and even Olympians, the Endless Pool offers a compact swimming pool or swim spa for indoor or outdoor installation.

About Endless Pools:

Endless Pools, established in 1988, has served over 20,000 customers in over 80 countries, and offers compact, customizable swimming pools for indoor or outdoor use. With a series of innovative, customizable products, the company has completed installations around the world for swimming, water exercise, rehab and aquatic therapy use. Endless Pools, Exercise Spas, and Swim Spas can also be installed at home for daily fitness. Rigorously tested for safety, low-maintenance and environmentally friendly, Endless Pools has a product to meet virtually any need.

For more information about Endless Pools, visit http://www.endlesspools.com or contact Rob Shaeffer at 610-497-8676

For more information about Ard na Ciuin Guesthouse, visit http://www.ardnaciuin.ie.

Thursday, April 18, 2013

Water Workouts: Five Aquatic Exercise Advantages

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It's time to expand your exercise routine and incorporate water exercise into your workouts. The best, most convenient way to make it happen? At home with an Endless Pool!

Consistent exercise can build strength and endurance, ease pain and soreness, and improve quality of life. 

However, many people have trouble exercising on land, as the high-stress environment causes unnecessary wear and tear on the body, whether running on pavement, lifting heavy weights, or even jogging on a treadmill. 

Remove those barriers with an Endless Pool, where it is possible to get all the benefits of land-based exercise, and more, in water. Working out in water can increase aerobic endurance, flexibility, and muscle tone, as well as accelerate weight loss. 

Those wishing to exercise can do so at home, on their own time, at their own pace. The options range from running to swimming, stretching to lifting water weights, or even practicing aquatic yoga or pilates. 

With an underwater treadmill, runners can get their fix without risk of injury and swimmers have the patented Endless Pool adjustable swim current to race against. 

While the options vary depending on your personal level of fitness, here are five distinct benefits to water exercise that you can take advantage of in an Endless Pool. 

1. Buoyancy reduces the weight of a person by up to 90%, which means your body will feel lightweight in water, even if you have a few extra pounds you’d like to lose. 

2. Workout your entire body at once. That’s right—swimming and water exercise can provide a total body workout. Rather than going station by station, arms to core to legs, work on your entire body at once in the Endless Pool. 

3. Water Exercise gives you the opportunity to workout in ways you couldn’t imagine exercising on land, and offers variety. Increase your flexibility, your strength, and your stamina, all while decreasing your waist. Move in ways you couldn’t imagine doing so on land. 

4. Experience the soothing therapy of warm water while you workout. Rather than the cold, heavy steel of weights or hard, unforgiving hot pavement, workout at your desired temperature to maximize comfort. 

5. Take advantage of resistance—in all directions! While you’re in the swimming pool, you’ll be surrounded by water. Every movement will be met by natural resistance, as you use the unique properties of water to your advantage. 

Many people have learned how to swim in an Endless Pool. Or, if swimming isn’t your preference, there are a multitude of water exercise options that will work your entire body. Installed at home, an Endless Pool offers a convenient, safe, daily workout choice for young and old. 

From the gentle, relaxing, soothing water workout to the most intense aquatic routine, a compact home pool or spa, installed indoors or outside, provides a lifetime of fitness. 

With options from the Swim or Exercise Spa, to the WaterWell, to the Original Endless Pool, the choices for home water exercise can be tailored to meet any need. 

ABOUT ENDLESS POOLS

Endless Pools, established in 1988, has served over 20,000 customers in over 80 countries, and offers compact, customizable swimming pools for indoor or outdoor use. With a series of innovative products and an adjustable, revolutionary swim current, the product can be tailored for rehab, daily training and fitness, with the added bonus of relaxation and fun when desired. Low-maintenance and environmentally friendly, Endless Pools has a product to meet virtually any need.

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Endless Pools Presenting Elite Model at Las Vegas Health and Fitness Convention

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Endless Pools will attend the 2013 International Health, Racquet and Sportsclub Association (IHRSA) Convention and Trade Show at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, from March 19-22.


The company will bring their premier pool, the Endless Pool Elite, for visitors to observe and take for a test swim.

With thousands of attendees expected to flow through the doors of Mandalay Bay, Commercial Sales Manager John Satir is excited to show how the Endless Pool can transform a PT Clinic or Fitness Center.

“Endless Pools provide an ideal opportunity to offer swimming in compact spaces. Not only can they be used for swimming, but for water exercise and aquatic therapy as well,” said Satir.




As swim schools and fitness clubs around the country find success with the Endless Pool, the market continues to grow for swim technique training for young swimmers, to college swimmers, to age group swimmers, to triathletes, to Olympians.


The Endless Pool is ideal for anyone learning how to swim, or trying to take his or her technique to the next level with one on one teaching.

Underwater mirrors and video analysis tools can be easily incorporated into the Endless Pools configuration, taking analysis to the next level with instant feedback. 
Competitive swimmers can shave valuable seconds off their times with technique correction and practice, while anyone can learn the proper stroke proficiency for lifelong swimming exercise.


In addition, the benefits of water exercise are a life changer for many who are unable to deal with heavy weights and high impact pressure on land.

An underwater treadmill, which can provide variable speed aquatic walking, jogging or running, can be added to any Endless Pool. Through the buoyancy of water, this can cut stress and strain on knees and back, allowing runners to get work in without the pounding of the pavement.

Because of their modular construction, Endless Pools offer the opportunity for installation in both new and existing spaces. Satir recommends the Endless Pool as a perfect renovation opportunity.

“Some fitness centers are stuck with dead space. For example, consider a non-revenue generating racquetball court that gets minimal use. That space can be transformed into a source of revenue with Endless Pools and a new, compact aquatic center.”

With a variety of sizes, depths and features in each of their commercial offerings, Endless Pools has a fit for any environment, indoors or outside, at home or in a commercial facility.

Once installed, the opportunities for growth are abundant as the new aquatic environment has broad appeal for young and old alike.

An aquatic center can offer an excellent return on investment, and with Endless Pools’ personalized Marketing Assistance, businesses can move forward with a plan for growth and profitability.

ABOUT ENDLESS POOLS:

Endless Pools, established in 1988, has served over 20,000 customers in over 80 countries, and offers compact, customizable pools for indoor or outdoor use. Their professional level Elite Model provides a sub :50/100 yard pace for the fastest swimmers. With a series of innovative, customizable products, the company has completed commercial installations around the world for swimming, water exercise, rehab and aquatic therapy use. Rigorously tested for safety, low-maintenance and environmentally friendly, Endless Pools has a product to meet virtually any need.

For more information, visit http://www.endlesspools.com or contact Rob Shaeffer at 610-497-8676.
 
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