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How Triathlete Raul Tejada Made the Leap to Pro

How Triathlete Raul Tejada Made the Leap to Pro

After turning pro at age 25, triathlete Raul Tejada suggests a two-tiered strategy: “time and consistency. Never give up. Just focus on training well with the best equipment on the market! The Endless Pool has helped so much on my weakest leg.”

US Business Review: Going Mainstream

Endless Pools – a hit among competitive swimmers and health-conscious consumers – has also surfaced at aquariums and zoos. Backyard pools might be next. JAMES MURDOCK FOUNDED Endless Pools in 1988, but he doesn't take all the credit for a machine that allows people to swim in place. "Swimming machines ...

“140.6, Baby!” or How Rod S. Got in the Fastlane

“140.6, Baby!” or How Rod S. Got in the Fastlane

“Until the Endless Pool, it had been two days a week,” Rod says, recalling the limited lane access that he and his tri club could get at their municipal rec center. Now that he has the Endless Pools Fastlane in his backyard pool, he finds that “It is the best thing to simulate the open water swimming experience."

Oman Tribune: OHI Launches New Swimming Pool Training Aid

MUSCAT OHI Electronic held a demonstration, while launching a new pool device "Fastlane", that works like a swimming pool treadmill at the Al Falaj Hotel here on Sunday. Called the swimmer's treadmill, the remote-controlled, speed-adjustable Fastlane allows any swimmer to swim in place for as long as they want at ...

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