“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.
"We're basically all using the pool," says Melissa Kinmartin with a laugh. A triathlete and a fitness coach, she's an unsurprising fan of Endless Pools®. With her husband and three kids all dipping in regularly too, their High Performance model doubles as the family pool!
Retired championship swim coach Ray Scharf calls his Endless Pool Ray Scharf calls his Endless Pool “a phenomenal piece of equipment” in which to fine-tune stroke mechanics and “one of the best investments I made in regards to keeping myself healthy.”
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.
Lionel Sanders is about to be put to the test. The 29-year-old professional triathlete sees himself as "a weak swimmer," but he just upped his game: he's been training in his own High Performance Endless Pool® for two months, ...
A UK swimming coach and soon-to-be-certified lifeguard, Carol decided that it was time to bring her swim training home. She turned to her nearest authorized Endless Pools® distributor. Some time after completing the project, our team visited Carol’s Lancashire home to check in on her and her conservatory installation. So, ...
By Jenni Brozena, MS, CSCS, CES Owner/President of Aqueous www.aqueous.co Part 1 of this series explored the effectiveness of swimming for weight loss. Here, we consider practical strategies to build a regular swimming weight-loss regimen. We learned last week that swimming for weight loss is an excellent strategy. Let’s look ...
School’s back in session, and on the pool decks at select universities, including Harvard and USC, that means it’s time for stroke refinement in the Endless Pool®.
Stephen Redmond emerged from the Tsugaru Channel onto the shores of Hokkaido, Japan. The first person to complete what’s known as the Oceans Seven.
“I don’t try to swim anywhere; the end of the pool comes to me. You get in a state of oneness. It sounds totally crazy! I try to get to the highest state of consciousness through swimming.