“I tried setting it on 1 min/100-yard pace and almost got blown out the back of the pool,” says professional triathlete Luke McKenzie of the Elite Endless Pool in his backyard. After finishing 2nd at the IRONMAN World Championship, he’s using his backyard Endless Pool for stroke and transition training.
“Everybody’s just stoked that we have it!” might not be what you’d expect a scientific researcher to say about his lab equipment. But Assistant Professor Sean Newcomer researches surfing, and the equipment he’s stoked about is the Elite Endless Pool...
How much improvement can you make in a one-hour swim lesson? Quite a bit, if you’re novice triathlete Gareth Jones and you’re training in the Elite Endless Pool® with Coach John Wood of Tri-Coaching!
At Harvard, Penn State, and the U.S. Olympic Training Center, Coach Tim Murphy trained his swimmers in an Elite Endless Pool®. Here he discusses some of his coaching strategies.
“Swimming is a very technical sport,” observes Olympic gold medalist Alistair Brownlee. Interviewed in this video by popular UK television presenter Charlie Webster, he and his brother, Jonny, recount how they use the Endless Pool for swim training and injury rehab.
It'd be a dream come true for any aspiring swimmer: a day at the pool with 11-time Olympic medalist Ryan Lochte, learning the fundamentals of the freestyle, butterfly, breaststroke, and backstroke. In this video, USA Today Sports reporter Nicole Auerbach attempts all four swim strokes under Lochte's learned eye.
While a lot of kids video their gaming sessions and their kittens, Lindsey, the teen vlogger who posts to YouTube as SwimLifeGuru, publishes challenging swim drills and gear reviews. In her latest video, she documents her trip to SwimLabs in Issaquah, Wash., to use the Elite Endless Pool®