Take a look back at the inspiring weight loss journey of Marcus Cook. He lost nearly 300 pounds and completed the IRONMAN World Championship! Tonight, as he's in New York City for the world premiere of NBC's IRONMAN broadcast, we learn from Marcus how to "make everything in your life better."
“I could swim a length and be gasping for air,” recalls Tracy Sharp. Then she started training with Coach Mary Hardwick in the Endless Pool®. This video shows her astounding progress ...
To train for the grueling IRONMAN™ World Championship, these triathletes over 50 turn to their Endless Pools for convenient open water swim training. Watch these brief videos of two inspiring competitors.
"My racing days may be done because of my lower back," says Cameron L., a seven-time IRONMAN World Championship triathlete. Fortunately, he can still swim! The Original Endless Pool that he trained for triathlon in now helps to strengthen his back .
Six swimmers to watch at this weekends 2018 Charlotte Ultra Swim, plus the best local swimming holes, new records from Adam Peaty and Katie Ledecky, why Ryan Lochte still swims, and what drives Simone Manuel?
Marcus Cook weighed almost 500 pounds when a dying friend implored him to shape up for himself and his family. In just a few years, he's learned to swim in his backyard Endless Pool and now races triathlons to inspire others to lose weight too.
How do you prepare for an English Channel swim in Little Rock? If you're paratriathlete Chris M., you train in your home Endless Pool. He notes 7 key advantages of swim training at home for the grueling 289-mile Enduroman Arch2Arc triathlon.
World records from Katie Ledecky and 95-year-old Willard Lamb, plus swimming suffragists, swimming dogs, swimming deer, and yet another all-male synchronized swimming comedy...
As USA Open Water Nationals begin, news on Yusra Mardini's new book, 99 swims around Key West, and much more, including that viral video of a dolphin taking down a paddleboarder!
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.