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Build Your Own Endless Exercise Pool

Endless Summer Dolphin Sport
Build Your Own Exercise Pool

If you want the convenience of having a swimming pool at home, either indoors or in the garden, but didn’t think you had enough room, or that you couldn’t justify the cost, one of our Exercise Pools may provide you with both a practical and affordable solution. For example, we have options that start at under £6,000.00.

At Panache Pools we offer several exercise pool packages, designed to overcome any size or cost issues. Essentially these come in three packages, but there are further options with each. We have the ‘Endless Summer Dolphin Sport’ featuring the much praised ‘Endless Pools Fastlane Counter Unit’. These pools come in two sizes – 4.7m x 2.9m and the larger 6m x 4.2m. Then we have our ‘Premium Exercise Pool’ with a choice of counter current units and measuring 4.4m x 3m. They are all manufactured in the UK by two of the UK’s biggest and most respected swimming pool suppliers, namely Certikin and Plastica. Continue reading

Exercise Pools for Your Home or Garden

 

Swim at home

If you love the idea of being able to take a daily swim as part of your exercise regime, a home exercise pool could provide you with a perfect solution. Exercise pools are compact, easy to install, have low running costs and can provide you and your family with hours of healthy, fun exercise.

You don’t need a large area to be able to accommodate an exercise pool as they are usually small pools with a counter current unit fitted to generate a current for you to swim against. Exercise pools with a counter current unit essentially enable you to swim in the same place. I’ve seen them described or likened to an aquatic treadmill. They can be installed indoors or outdoors and there are several exercise pool packages on the market – see here.

If you don’t want an exercise pool package you can opt for a bespoke exercise pool and have a pool build to meet your exact requirements – see bespoke options here. Whatever pool you choose you also have a choice of counter current units. These can be generally divided into two categories – ‘over the wall’ or wall hung or ‘through the wall’ units. Continue reading