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Showing posts with label underwater treadmill. Show all posts
Showing posts with label underwater treadmill. Show all posts

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

360 Video from the Endless Pools

Pre-processed fisheye view of a swimmer in the Original Endless Pool shot with the 360fly 360 camera
What's it like to swim against the Endless Pools® current or run on its Underwater Treadmill? While there's nothing like experiencing it for yourself, you can try the next best thing with our new 360 videos.

For the uninitiated, a 360-degree video lets you explore outside of the traditional video frame. By using your mouse, arrow keys or, on mobile devices, your finger, you can move your perspective up, down, or sideways. A 360 camera, equipped with a special domed lens, has captured it all – just navigate manually to the view you want!

With this first video, you can explore the Elite Endless Pool – below and above the water line – while a runner uses the Underwater Treadmill. With the swim current on, he gets an more challenging core workout.

Underwater running delivers many advantages. Water's natural buoyancy makes underwater running (or walking or jogging) accessible to people with mobility impairments – even if those activities are painful or difficult on land! For athletes, underwater running provides low-impact cross-training.

In the video below, you get a complete underwater view while a swimmer overhead takes on our smoothest current in the Elite. The blue benches along the sides and back serve as return channels for the water, keeping the current strong while minimizing turbulence.

To get the full 360-video experience of moving the frame's perspective, you need to watch 360 videos on YouTube in the Chrome, Opera, Firefox, or Internet Explorer browses (sorry, Safari users) or by using the YouTube app for iOS or Android.

The videos were recorded in 4K with the 360fly camera in its Dive Housing for underwater recording.

Monday, June 5, 2017

Join Back on My Feet & Endless Pools for Global Running Day

logo for the nonprofit Back On My Feet
This Wednesday, Endless Pools® supports Back on My Feet and their mission to combat homelessness by taking to the Underwater Treadmills at our Factory Showroom.

As part of BOMF's Global Running Day event, Team Endless Pools will take to two of our Underwater Treadmills all day to raise funds for the Back on My Feet program.

To contribute to Endless Pools' goals, please contribute at our BOMF fundraising page. To learn how you can participate in the event, read the official Back on My Feet press release, below.

Back on My Feet to raise $40K on Treadmills 
Back on My Feet partners with Cigna, Blank Rome, Sweat Fitness, and The Shops at Liberty Place on Global Running Day

Philadelphia, PA – June 5, 2017– Back on My Feet, a national nonprofit organization operating in 12 major cities coast to coast and supported in part by the Cigna Foundation, invites the Philadelphia community to support the Cigna Back on My Feet Treadmill Challenge on Wednesday, June 7th (Global Running Day) at The Shops at Liberty Place. Back on My Feet combats homelessness through the power of running, community support and essential employment and housing resources. Over the course of eight hours, eight fundraising teams will run on treadmills to raise $40,000 for the Back on My Feet program. 

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Ultrarunner Mike Wardian Takes the Weight Off

Ultra-marathon runner and multiple World Record holder Mike Wardian
Fastest 50K on a treadmill.
Fastest marathon while dressed as Elvis.
Fastest time completing 7 marathons in 7 days on 7 continents.
These World Records are all held by one man. So our friends at SwimBox, the sports performance center in Fairfax, Virginia, invited him to run on the Underwater Treadmill in their Endless Pool®.

Mike Wardian ran 47 marathons and ultra-marathons last year. The 43-year-old's 2017 calendar is comparably busy. To train, he runs 80 to 120 miles each week!

"I usually run two to three times a day," he states. "Usually I run to work [6 to 8 miles, depending on the route] then from work, then I get a workout at lunch." If anyone could use a break from pounding the pavement, it's Mike Wardian!

Wardian spoke with us last week from an overlook at Hurricane Point, California. He was on his way to the Big Sur Marathon, which he'd win decisively just two days later. He compared his first Endless Pools run at SwimBox to other low-impact training methods.

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Endless Pools vs. AlterG
Wardian previously tried the AlterG, a treadmill that minimizes impact by putting the lower half of your body in a compression chamber. "It fills with air to offset your body weight," he observes. "It pushes you up, but it also pulls on your hips and genitalia and everything."

His initial discomfort only grew over time. "The one thing about the AlterG is you get really sweaty. Especially if you go more than an hour, your lower legs just get saturated, and it pulls on your waist.

"It's not terrible, but it's definitely not as unrestricted as the Endless Pool and its treadmill.

"It's more artificial in the AlterG. It's like if you had a parent holding a little kid and just helping them," he finds. "Whereas in the Endless Pool, it feels more like it's under your direction. It puts more onus on the athlete to make sure you're doing things properly."

Ultra-marathon runner Mike Wardian on the Endless Pools Underwater Treadmill with Coach Dominic Latella at SwimBox, Fairfax, Virginia
SwimBox Coach Dominic Latella (left) invited ultra-marathon runner Mike Wardian to try our Underwater Treadmill. Wardian found the Endless Pools run to be less restricting than the AlterG and more focused than aqua-jogging. Notes Wardian, "Adding in the SwimBox experience with the Endless Pool, you can get in a workout without taking the pounding."

Endless Pool vs. Aqua-Jogging
"I've done aqua-jogging quite a bit, but this was quite a bit different," he notes.

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Endless Pools® Takes on the Boston Marathon

Feeling "Boston Strong"? The team at Endless Pools® is! We're thrilled to take our Performance pool to the 2017 Boston Marathon's John Hancock Sports & Fitness Expo. It's free and open to the public, and we’d love to see you there!

Whether you're just curious or seriously considering an Endless Pool, we invite you to visit us at the expo and take a swim. It’s your opportunity to experience the smoothest adjustable current available, as well as our Underwater Treadmill.

Runners love our Underwater Treadmill. It's ideal for low-impact cross-training and recovery runs. You get a spacious 20" belt and variable speeds from 0.5-5.5 mph. Use the treadmill with the swim current on to mimic faster speeds while increasing your core engagement.

A 2016 New York City Marathon participant runs on the Endless Pools Underwater Treadmill at the marathon expo.
At the 2016 NYC Marathon Expo, this runner used the Endless Pools Underwater Treadmill for a low-impact recovery run. The water's buoyancy allows her to get moving without the dry-land pounding to her hips, knees, and ankles. In-place swimming complements running well, particularly for endurance athletes seeking lower-risk cross-training.

In the buildup toward their historic London and Rio victories, Olympic medalists Alistair and Jonathan Brownlee used the Underwater Treadmill in their Endless Pool to run additional miles with minimal joint impact. When recovering from injuries, the champion triathletes could resume running sooner thanks to the non-impact Endless Pools environment.

Please join us at the 2017 Boston Marathon's John Hancock Sports & Fitness Expo:
Hynes Convention Center
Booth #2327
900 Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02115
Friday, April 14: 10 AM – 6 PM
Saturday & Sunday, April 15 & 16: 9 AM – 6 PM

Visitors to the Endless Pools booth #2327 can get a free swim cap and enjoy a free swim or pre-marathon run on our Underwater Treadmill. For more information, call us at 888-314-9356.

We’re excited to return to support the Boston Marathon and look forward to seeing you there!

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Tuesday, August 23, 2016

How the Brownlee Brothers Made History in Rio

Jonathan and Alistair Brownlee show off their silver and gold Olympic medals in Triathlon, Rio, August 18, 2016
If there’s any sibling rivalry between the Brownlees, it wasn’t visible in Rio.

Moments before Alistair crossed the finish line to win his second consecutive Olympic gold medal, a historic first in Triathlon, he paused to look over his shoulder for his younger brother, Jonathan, just a few seconds behind. On the other side, panting on the pavement, the two held hands.

How they came to dominate the sport is, of course, a story of grit and determination. And while you’d never know it from seeing the brothers atop the podium with their gold and silver medals, it’s also a story of successive injuries rehabbed with aquatic therapy.

Brothers in Arms
The improbably named Coz Tantrum, their former swim coach and still a family friend, has had a privilege vantage point into the brothers’ unique bond.

Alistair “tends to think a little bit more outside of the box,” she observes in this interview with BBC Radio last week. “Alistair does take risks. He did prior to 2012 when he injured his ankle. He said, ‘Well, I’ve got to do something here to get back in the water, but I can’t put any weight on my ankle.’ So we trained in an Endless Pool on a treadmill.”

As she recalls, in the six months “prior to the 2012 Olympics, he’d done hardly any [dry-land] running. So when he got on the line, he knew he could swim, he knew he was going to be able to bike, but he didn’t know how his ankle was going to hold up. And as it turned out, he did the fastest 10K.”

The Endless Pool retained its rehabilitative role this time around. Alistair suffered a stress fracture to his ankle just nine months ago. As he maintained one of the leading positions on the bike, and then as he took a commanding lead over his co-frontrunner, Jonny, in the run, the injury seemed a distant memory.

The Race in Rio

The brutal course, worsened by sweltering heat and humidity, had been called the toughest in Olympic history. The waters off Copacabana beach are notorious for their choppy waves, and the bike course achieved gradients as steep as 20 percent.

The pair stayed side by side through most of the race, always near or at the front of the pack. Only in the last 2 km did Alistair break out to take a solo lead.

Alistair stands as the first triathlete, man or woman, to earn successive gold medals in the sport. He and Jonny are also the first brothers to take gold and silver together since Rome 1960.

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Thursday, August 18, 2016

TODAY: Watch the Brownlees Defend their Olympic Titles

World Champion triathlete and Olympic medalist Jonathan Brownlee in his Endless Pool
This morning, Alistair Brownlee could become the first person to win back-to-back gold in Olympic triathlon. He and his brother, Jonathan, who took the bronze in London 2012, both acknowledge that their Endless Pool® has played a crucial role in their preparation.

Six months before the London Olympics, Alistair tore his Achilles tendon. In the low-impact environment of his Elite Endless Pool, he was able to continue running on the Underwater Treadmill. He credited the pool with giving him a “massive, massive benefit” in the crucial months before his gold-medal victory.

Training about 35 hours a week, the brothers know that injuries are unavoidable in such a demanding sport. “I got a stress fracture last year,” Jonny tells UK television presenter Charlie Webster in this video, “and I got told I wasn’t going to be able to run for 12 weeks. Thanks to the Endless Pool, I was back in seven or eight weeks.”

The brothers also use their Endless Pool for swim training and stroke refinement. As Alistair observes, “Every day when you swim, you can definitely learn technically.” Jonny adds, “If you use an Endless Pool, you get that constant technique feedback” from their pool’s underwater mirrors and video.

Last August, Alistair underwent ankle surgery. Again, he turned to his Endless Pool for training and rehabilitation. “Days or weeks when I’m injured, I actually spend as much as 10 hours just running on it.” This summer, he returned to the sport, winning World Triathlon Series races in Leeds and Stockholm.

This morning in Rio, they swim 1.5 km in the waters off Copacabana beach, bike into the hills for 40 km, and then run for 10 km along the coast. In an interview this week, Alistair claimed, “I feel like I'm in my best shape since London.”

from left, TV presenter Charlie Webster , triathlete and Olympic gold medalist Alistair Brownlee, and in the Endless Pool, triathlete and Olympic bronze medalist Jonathan Brownlee
“Having an Endless Pool meant that when I was injured, I could still get the hours in,” reports triathlete and Olympic medalist Johnny Brownlee, seen here on his pool’s Underwater Treadmill. “You’re still getting the same long workout, but you’re not getting the same impact on the ground.” He and his brother, gold medalist Alistair (center), also use their Elite Endless Pool to refine their swim strokes.

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Spa Amid the Glaciers: Thule Air Force Base Gets an Endless Pool

Some 750 miles north of the Arctic Circle, on the misnamed island of Greenland, the men and women of the 821st Air Base Group run missile-warning and space-surveillance systems that are vital to our national security.

Off-hours, their outdoor recreation is limited to the occasional dogsled run to the nearby glaciers. Indoors, their fitness facilities now include the 85-degree water of their Endless Pool®.

Dundas Mountain, Greeenland, by moonlight
You could probably stay outside for hours just staring at the moon over Dundas Mountain ... assuming it wasn't -31 degrees with the wind chill, of course. The airmen (that term includes women in Air Force lingo) depend on Thule's Fitness and Sports Center for fitness and recreation; activities like swimming in the Endless Pool also help them to maintain a degree of normalcy during their three-month stints in the wilds of Greenland.

The Elite Endless Pool installed at Thule AFB in Greenland
Why the cramped photo? Space is tight at Thule Air Force Base. The converted hangar that serves as their fitness facility includes basketball and racquetball courts, bowling lanes, and a complete weight-training facility. Fortunately, the modular design of the Endless Pools' Elite model permits installation almost anywhere ... even in a room with just a few spare feet on two sides of this corner installation.

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Adam Carolla Saves the Day (with a Little Help)

Endless Pools Factory Trained Installer Rob Doezie surrounded by Catch a Contractor co-hosts Adam Carolla and Skip Bedell
Beth needs aquatic therapy to keep her disability from worsening. When the contractor that she hires to install a swim spa disappears without completing the job, she turned to the team at Spike TV’s Catch a Contractor. And they turned to Endless Pools® to help them save the day.

Thanks to Endless Pools and our Factory Trained Installer, Rob Doezie (pictured left, between “Catch” hosts Adam Carolla and Skip Bedell), Beth now swims in an Original Endless Pool with an upgrade to our Underwater Treadmill for low-impact rehab.

Through her tears, Beth said, “I honestly can’t thank you enough for what you’ve done for me. It will make such a difference in my life.”

Much of the show’s action features the Catch crew confronting the contractor they dub “Wacky Winston,” challenging both his grasp of the truth and of short division. In the end though, it’s Beth’s ability to improve her condition – at home, with a state-of-the-art Endless Pool – that gives the episode a happy ending.

You can watch the complete episode (subscription required) on the Spike TV website.

The completed Endless Pool on Spike TV's Catch a Contractor, season 3, episode 9.
The Big Reveal: At the end of Spike TV's Catch a Contractor, Beth sees this, her Original Endless Pool, partially in-ground with our Underwater Treadmill. "I can't thank you enough," she cries. "It's so beautiful! The workmanship... oh my gosh!" And for our Factory Trained Installer, Rob Doezie, leaving a customer speechless is the highest of compliments.

Friday, April 17, 2015

Andrew Starykowicz: Fighting to Win

Andrew Starykowicz has been a professional triathlete since 2006. With world-record bike splits for the full and half-Ironman distances, he’s earned his status as the fastest cyclist in triathlon. As our guest blogger, he discusses his latest training tool, the Performance Endless Pool® he installed in his basement this winter.

Andrew Starykowicz, professional triathlete and Endless Pools owner.
In the off-season, every athlete adds tools to their arsenal trying to take their training to the next level.  Yoga, Pilates, Insanity, P90X are just some examples of what I have tried in the past.  This off-season, I took it to a whole new level – I installed an Endless Pool.

I first got to experience an Endless Pool at the Philly Tri because there was no place to swim in the days leading into the event.  I found the current to be very similar to open water swimming, more than the time I spent in a traditional pool. 

Now that I am in it full time, I have seamlessly taken my workouts from my book, For Swimmers 365 Main Sets, and adapted them to the Endless Pool. As a result, I’m getting workouts that are a lot more practical to how I race ... not in a 25-yard, not in a 25-meter, not in a 50-meter pool, but in lakes, rivers, and oceans.  I also need to train my body to hold a blistering pace for miles on end, not just 30 seconds and rest 5 seconds as I flip and streamline off the wall.

Andrew Starykowicz and Adam Alper, having just installed Andrew's Performance Endless Pool.
Some Endless Pools are glamorous showpieces skirted in Carrara marble. This Endless Pool, belonging to professional triathlete Andrew Starykowicz (left), is pure efficiency. He uses it for the quality of the swim current, for the at-home convenience, and because, as he puts it, “I support the people who support the sport.” Endless Pools’ own Adam Alper (right) helped install this Performance model in Andrew’s Illinois basement.

Now, the idea of installing one at home started when I calculated how much time is spent driving to the pool, changing, showering, and coming home. 
  • Let's just say it is 10 minutes each way to the pool. 
  • Next is the 10 minutes to get changed, grab your kickboard, and figure out which lane is yours. 
  • After you have to put away your equipment, shower, and by the time you towel off and get dressed, it is another 15 minutes. 
  • Finally the 10-minute drive home.
So the whole process takes 45 minutes, 4 days a week, 45 weeks a year ... That's 135 hours that could be used doing more productive things at home, like fixing a nice dinner for your wife, spending time with family, and taking a nap.  Plus it is never fun when a slower swimmer gets in your lane and futzes up your workout or when the pool is closed for some reason.

Since I have started training in it, I learned that it has become far more valuable than just training my body to swim long.  Using the mirror, I can watch my every stroke and have really been able to practice and appreciate the value of gliding before the catch part of the stroke.  Watching my every move, I have been able to reduce my stroke count while swimming faster. 

Andrew Starykowicz at T1 in 2013 (photo by Ali Elgin)
With his reputation as the fastest cyclist in triathlon, Andrew Starykowicz is often overlooked for his stellar swimming. When swimming for Purdue, he earned a coveted All-American designation. He trains in an Endless Pool because it delivers “workouts that are a lot more practical to how I race ... not in a 25-yard, not in a 25-meter, not in a 50-meter pool, but in lakes, rivers, and oceans.” (Photo ©2013 Ali Engin)

Friday, November 14, 2014

The Biggest Loser’s Loss is a San Pedro Couple’s Gain; Racoons Snarl in Protest

TV shows don’t survive for 16 seasons without keeping it fresh. After shaking things up in Season 9 by installing a Dual-Propulsion Endless Pool® on the ranch, NBC’s hit reality show, The Biggest Loser, will challenge Season 17 contestants with another shake-up: the producers will have removed their reliable workout pool!

Originally installed in 2010, the 15’x14’ pool has helped dozens of contestants lose literally thousands of pounds. At the time, the show’s Sponsor Producer, David Norton, called the collaboration “a natural fit. Our trainers love using the Endless Pool as a complement to their training regimen."

Sam Poueu, a contestant on The Biggest Loser, Season 9, runs on the underwater treadmill of the ranch's Dual-Propulstion Endless Pool.
Sam Poueu was already showing excellent results during this run on the underwater treadmill of The Biggest Loser's Dual-Propulstion Endless Pool in Calabasas, CA. Thanks to workouts like this, the 24-year-old from Rohnert Park, CA, lost 136 pounds before being eliminated in week 16. After eight seasons, the show's producers decided last month to shake things up for next season, the 17th, by selling this pool. Fully modular, the Endless Pool can be easily dissembled and reassembled for its new owners, a couple in nearby San Pedro.

Friday, November 29, 2013

Chesterfield FC adds Endless Pool to Community Hub

The Chesterfield Football Club’s new Community Hub has been a hit with both the team and local community alike.

The Hub, outfitted with an indoor football area, club room, fitness suite, multi-sports room, day care center and learning zones, also features an Endless Pool, equipped with an underwater treadmill. 

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The adjustable underwater treadmill offers walking, jogging or running in the Endless Pool

Monday, August 26, 2013

Pike PT therapist shares Endless Pool tips and benefits

Rachael Bell, ATC, CSCS, is the Fitness and Pool Manager at Pike Physical Therapy in Dingmans Ferry, PA.  

Bell (center) pictured with part of the Pike PT Fitness Staff

  • Pike PT recently installed a Dual Propulsion Endless Pool complete with an underwater treadmill. Bell shared her experience so far with the pool and the difference it has made at the practice.

We’ve been proactive in marketing our Endless Pool and are uniquely positioned as one of the only facilities in our area to offer aquatic therapy.

A main focus of our efforts is making both existing members and others in the community aware of our addition, and the many ways you can use our Dual Endless Pool for fitness and therapy sessions.

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Brownlee Brothers and Intel Develop Training Game in Endless Pool

The Super Brownlee has arrived.

A few weeks of analysis, 3D scanning and countless hours spent in the Intel Lab produced the best of triathlete brothers Alistair and Jonny Brownlee.

Intel developed the Super Brownlee for a video game that allows the two to race against the hybrid version of themselves for unique training in the perfect setting - an Endless Pool®. 

“The Super Brownlee combined the best of both of us,” said Jonny.

While Super Brownlee was ultimately unbeatable, the brothers put themselves to the test against the Endless Pool swim current to see how they measured up.

“We merged the worlds of sport and technology,” said Alistair. “It’s opened our horizons in terms of bringing technology into the training environment.”

The tandem initially developed the game in the same backyard swimming pool that Alistair used to rehab from an Achilles injury and train in leading up to his Olympic Gold in the 2012 London Olympics. His Endless Pool came equipped with an aquatic treadmill, which allowed for the low-impact running he needed.

Jonny, despite a penalty, earned a Bronze medal in the event, and is the reigning Triathlon World Champion.

For the ‘Super Brownlee Challenge,’ the Intel team took the Brownlees to an indoor pool, showing the Endless Pool’s versatility as a perfect training tool for the yard, the garage or the commercial facility.

Using a large video screen outside the pool to keep track of the race, Intel’s team used an Ultrabook™ to run the game, as well as two additional Ultrabooks underwater paired with underwater speakers and lights.

Ultimately, Alistair matched up best against the Super Brownlee, though Jonny wasn’t far behind. In the end, the two couldn’t quite keep up with the unbeatable Super Brownlee, though they both appreciated the challenge and hope to offer the opportunity for the public to race against the video game.

“I’m looking forward to seeing where it goes,” said Alistair.

The future of technology is promising for swim training, and the sport of triathlon can benefit greatly from the advances that Intel and Endless Pools provide.


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 Gold Medal triathlete.

For more information, visit


Intel’s creative #Itsyourworldnow initiative took a turn into the world of sport after the company worked with Grammy award winning musician Imogen Heap and acclaimed fashion designer Christian Joy. Their Ultrabook combines portability and performance in a sleek, powerful, lightweight machine that offers touch screen or traditional laptop usage.

Click here to learn more about Jonny and Alistair Brownlee's complete journey with Intel.

Thursday, April 18, 2013

Water Workouts: Five Aquatic Exercise Advantages


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. 


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


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.


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 or contact Rob Shaeffer at 610-497-8676.
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