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Endless Pools in the News

Realizing the exercise, therapeutic and environmental advantages of the Endless Pool, many prestigious newspapers and magazines in the US and abroad including the New York Times, Fine Homebuilding, Financial Times and The London Times, have featured us on their pages. TV shows including This Old House, Extreme Makeover Home Edition, Biggest Loser, and the Love Boat have shown millions of viewers how our pools can enhance their home and well being. We also received fame on the big screen, when Ethan Hawk took a swim in an Original Endless Pool during the film Gattaca.

To read what these publications had to say click on the links below:

 
The Washington Post

Stationary Pools: Going Nowhere Fast, The Washington Post.

Backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly, crawl. Cathy Raggio's 30-minute, early-morning pool routine burns calories galore and provides a galvanizing workout for the arms, legs, heart and lungs. In terms of distance swum, though, hers is a static routine: zero laps, zero miles. READ FULL ARTICLE >

Sunset Magazine

Sunset's newest Idea House proves that you don't have to live off the grid to enjoy the benefits of eco-friendly design, Sunset Magazine.

Endless Pools was chosen to be a part of the 2007 Sunset Idea House in downtown San Francisco, one of the first LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) remodeled homes in the nation. READ FULL ARTICLE >

 
The Philadelphia Inquirer

The Laps of Luxury — The Endless Pool delivers the ocean on call, The Philadelphia Inquirer.

Even with the best intentions, inertia is a beast to overcome. It can easily slay nascent fitness enthusiasm. In more houses than anyone cares to admit, treadmills and rowing machines routinely gather dust or function as ersatz laundry lines, storage units or questionable decorative accessories. But the Endless Pool is difficult to ignore. READ FULL ARTICLE >

 
The New York Times

Swimming Miles Without Moving an Inch, The New York Times.

Barbara Stevens swims 40 minutes every day in a flume,a pool no bigger than a sport utility vehicle that functions as a kind of aquatic treadmill. A lifelong swimmer with artificial hip and knee joints, Mrs. Stevens, 67, bought her flume in 1992 and installed the 7-by-15 foot pool in the side garden of her home in San Francisco. READ FULL ARTICLE >

 
Coastal Living Magazine

Holiday Coastal Cottage - Big Ideas, Cozy Spaces, Coastal Living Magazine.

Coastal Living® installed an Endless Pool® in the courtyard of their recent Holiday Coastal Cottage project in Port Royal, SC. Decorated by renowned designer Linda Woodrum the 2,600 square-foot cottage embraces the "less-is-more theme." READ FULL ARTICLE >

 
Architectural Record

King Residence, Architectural Record.

It all began with a letter. A couple who own a steep-sloped, seven-acre site in the foothills of Friendsville, Tennessee sent a query to the dean of the architecture school at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville seeking his advice to find the right architect for their future residence. READ FULL ARTICLE >

 
The Chicago Tribune

Home Spas Offer Relaxation and Health Benefits, Chicago Tribune.

It's too chilly to exercise outside, but a counter-current pool can provide an excellent cardio and aerobic workout. Counter-current swimming pools, also called swimming pools, therapy pools or exercise pools, allow you to swim in place and do water aerobics. They are also used for soothing arthritic joints.
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Los Angeles Times

Gear: Swim Spa Reviews - "Swimmer's Treadmills," Los Angeles Times.

Retired Huntington Beach firefighter Robert LaFever, 61, and his wife, Gaye, 57, a retired dental hygienist, wanted to stay fit with daily swimming and water running, but didn't like the heavily chlorinated water at the gym and didn't have the budget and backyard space for their own full-size pool. READ FULL ARTICLE >

 
U.S. Business Review

Going Mainstream, US Business Review.

Endless Pools – a hit among competitive swimmers and health-conscious consumers – has also surfaced at aquariums and zoos. Backyard pools might be next. READ FULL ARTICLE >

 
 
Triathlete Magazine

Triathlete Magazine: Endless Possibilities, Triathlete Magazine.

Tired of flip turns, lane waits and random lap swim schedules? An Endless Pool could be your answer, making you a more efficient-and faster-swimmer in the process.
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This Old House

How To Take One Old Barn and Call It Home, This Old House Magazine.

Tom Silva adjusts his glasses, picks up a reciprocating saw, and makes a perfect Z-shaped cut through the bottom of a 150-year-old hand-hewn post. The massive timber is a major structural element in the barn portion of the classic New England connected farmhouse that is the subject of the current This Old House TV project in Carlisle, Massachusetts.
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Fine Homebuilding

Seattle Eclectic, Fine Homebuilding.

Let's put a swimming pool on the roof! Our first owner-initiated change order was an Endless Pool over the garage.
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The Times

Testing the water. Not sure about your front crawl? Then simply have it videoed for later analysis in the latest way to gauge your swimming performance, Times Online.

An indoor swimming pool in East London. I have been performing front crawl for two minutes yet travelled nowhere. I am no Michael Phelps yet this is unusual: my ungainly stroke usually propels me at least some distance forward. READ FULL ARTICLE >

 
Financial Times

Swimming on the spot, The Financial Times.

The first thing I see when I plunge my head underwater is my own slightly startled reflection. I begin swimming, gingerly at first, but as the current reaches its full strength I stretch out my stroke, confident at least that I won't end up swimming into the wall. READ FULL ARTICLE >

 
 
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Swim whenever you like on your own schedule at your own perfect pace. No traveling, no crowded pools, no heavy chlorine. Just your own precision engineered swimming pool,where you swim or exercise against a smooth current that's fully adjustable to any speed or ability. Our swimming pools are simple to install, easy to maintain, and economical to run.

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