Swank, compact, and clever, cocktail pools have taken off among homeowners who know that less can be more! Get inspired by these 6 smart cocktail pools, all distinguished by the Endless Pools swim current!
Home trends come and go. For its simplicity, utility, and budget-friendliness, the "spool" (a spa/pool combo) may be here to stay. These 7 spools are stylish and, with the Endless Pools swim current, fully functional!
VIDEO: watch world-renowned swimmer Karlyn Pipes give a lesson to triathlete Monique in the Elite Endless Pool. "Within minutes, I was swimming 15 seconds faster per 100 yards with minimal increased effort," Monique reports.
Paul L. replaced his “money pit” of a 75' lap pool with a compact Endless Pool in his Rhode Island pool house. It slashed maintenance and energy expenses and freed 80% of the floor space -- and he still swims four times a week!
For years, Mike T. endured the debilitating pain of spinal stenosis. Today, all that's changed. "I'm not on any medications," Mike reports. "I swim seven days a week. The Endless Pool has basically cured all my issues."
When injuries interrupted his Boston Marathon training runs, Mark Langan turned to this Endless Pools Underwater Treadmill to retain stamina and flexibility while his body healed.
Manatees Hugh and Buffett at Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium have been swimming against the Endless Pool Fastlane® current for the first study of energetic costs in continuously swimming manatees.
“Pretty dreadful, really,” is Simon’s assessment of his 1st swim lesson, recorded here in Coach Mary Hardwick’s Endless Pool. As you can see in this time-lapse video, over 17 months, his stroke sharpened and his body leveled out. “The pool has been brilliant!" he says.
“The greatest thing we’ve ever done” – that’s Joe Kukal’s assessment of the 15’ Endless Pools® Swim Spa that he and his wife, Pat, installed in their all-season patio room last January. To put that gushing praise into context, you need to understand a little about the Kukals’ recent past. ...
“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.