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Pool Exercises and It’s Benefits

Doctors often recommend aquatic exercises for people with joint injuries or infections, or who’ve had surgery, as a way to stay fit and shorten recovery time. You could get relief from symptoms of chronic conditions such as chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), fibromyalgia and arthritis. A pool workout gives you “better balance, agility and endurance,   Water is one of the best fitness tools there is. Here are some of the ways aquatic workouts help:   They provide resistance, which strengthens muscles and boosts cardio intensity. Water supports some of your weight, making workouts easier on joints and reducing the chances for an […]

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Hydrotherapy & Aquatic Exercise

We all know getting enough sleep, a balanced diet, regular exercise, are essential to our health. But with our busy lifestyles, accomplishing any of those activities may seem like impossible and can cause us to feel even more stressed. Hot tubs promote both physical and mental health through warm water therapy, or hydrotherapy. The combination of heat, buoyancy, and massage jets increases circulation, loosens and relaxes stiff muscles, and stimulates the release of endorphin. Numerous studies have shown that regularly soaking in a hot tub or spa for 15 – 20 minutes can relax muscle and joint pain, reduce stress, […]

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Swimming Pools

A swimming pool, swimming bath, wading pool, or paddling pool is a container that is filled with water to enable swimming or other leisure activities. Pools can be sunk into the ground or built above ground, and are also a standard feature aboard ocean liners and cruise ships. In-ground pools are most commonly constructed from materials such as concrete, natural stone, metal, plastic or fiberglass, and can be of a custom size and shape or built to a standardized size, the largest of which is the Olympic-size swimming pool. There are different types of pool but this are the basic […]

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Do a safety scan!

[pool net] Now that you’ve got your swimming pool opened, water restored to a blue hue, pump and filter doing their job on schedule…it’s time to take a look at safety. Whenever opening a pool, it’s a good idea to give a Safety Scan. This is not one of those trademarked terms, btw, just a phrase I use to describe looking at the entire pool area and adjoining areas, for possible, maybe probable, Safety Issues. There is a term that is trademarked, I think – called “Layers of Protection”. It would be helpful to the discussion of a Pool Safety Scan if I start b

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Fall Swimming

Simply because the kids are again in school and schedules have modified
(and gotten much more hectic), this does not imply it is the end of the
swimming season. Regardless that Labor Day may mark the tip of summer
season, there are still going to be many alternatives to your swimming
pool to be a refreshing aid on these scorching fall days.

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Hot Tubs in the Summer

You might think its crazy to get in a hot tub in the summer, after all, its already 95 degrees outside, why would you want to get in the hot tub? Even at resorts in places like Hawaii and the Caribbean there are hot tubs everywhere. And no matter how hot it is you will usually find someone in them! Hot tubs are just so soothing and relaxing to the body that even in hot weather people are still inclined to get in them for a little while. But a hot tub doesn’t have to be hot; it can cool you down too, providing a completely different relaxing and soothing sensation!

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Pool Water Testing: Why, What & How

I hear it all the time.

“My Pool Is Cloudy. Why?”
“My Pool is Green. Why?”
“My eyes are red, my skin is itchy and my hair is dry. Why?!?”

Why test your pool water?If it’s not a pump or filter issue, it almost always comes down to water chemistry and the easiest way to prevent these problems is by routinely testing your pool water.

Every pool has a “chemical personality”, or unique trends in water balance that you will begin to notice. By having a schedule and recording your water levels you will actually be able to see how your pool’s chemistry fluctuates.

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Swimming pool accessories

Without accessories such as slides and ladder, we feel that something is missing in our pool. That’s why we always find ways to be able to obtain these items. This trick also adds ensure safety, but gives us more pleasure when swimming.

We try to balance costs and quality that we strive for perfect pool ladder and push for our own pool. We also consider how you can get them – either through online transactions or receive information from our local suppliers.

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Tips to Save Money on Your Next Pool Party

Summer is here, so it is about time to start thinking about throwing a pool party. But if money is a little tight, a pool party can really stretch your budget. Luckily, there are some good tips to save money on pool party expenses; saving on food, activities, and decorations. You don’t have to go all out to provide some fun times for your guests. Crank up the music, let’s get this party started!

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It’s Easy Being Green

The word “audit” doesn’t exactly conjure pleasant emotions for a small business owner. When it comes to a pool’s energy consumption, though, an energy audit provides a way to show customers how much they could save every month with upgrades like power-conserving lights, a more efficient heater and filter, and a variable-speed pump or motor.

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