Why Swimming Pool Exercise is Better than Land Based Exercise
by Danielle Hardgrave on December 13th, 2016

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​I'm sure you're already aware how beneficial swimming and other water-based exercises are for health. You've probably got programming in place to help your swimmers tone their midsections, enhance their endurance, and increase their flexibility. And there are lots of people who use your pool for those specific reasons.

Here's another win for team aquafit—new research has concluded that individuals who have had a stroke can experience benefits from exercising in the water. In fact, there is evidence that water-based exercise might be more beneficial for stroke survivors than land-based exercise.

That's huge news. Nearly 800,000 people in the United States suffer from a stroke each year, and helping those survivors regain mobility, strengthen their bodies, and improve their quality of life is vital.
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​This is just another reason why aquatics facilities are the best. The list of potential pool activities and benefits grows longer each and every day, making it more and more evident just how much enrichment one can gain from a pool.

But pools come with their fair share of frustrations. One of them? They're expensive.

Just because running a pool is expensive, though, doesn't mean it can't still be a little cheaper. By adding Heatsavr, our patented liquid pool cover, to your pool, you can expect to save up to 40% on your pool heating costs. Heatsavr helps trap heat in your pool. When your water temperature is more stable, your pool heater doesn't have to work as hard—and your energy bill will thank you.

A product that can help your facility save money? Pool win. Helping stroke victims improve their quality of life? That's a huge pool win. 

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