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  1. 8 Tips to Open Water Swimming By Kevin Koskella
    So you're ready to get out there and do some open water swimming to prepare for your next triathlon? Before you go dipping into your local body of water, keep these tips in mind:1. Never swim alone. For safety purposes, always swim with a group or bring along a friend. Given the unknown elements, a dangerous situation may arise such as fog, currents, boats, etc. where you will be in much better shape with others around.2. Adjust to cold water. If the water you are training in is cold, below 66…


  2. Swimming Pool Alarms Compared By Ian Partridge
    Pool Eye In-Ground Alarm System Do you want two levels of protection at an affordable price? Combining a motion detector and underwater wave sensor, this innovative pool alarm system provides double safety and peace of mind. The initial line of defense comes from an infrared motion detector that features a 180-degree/100-foot range. When an object comes near the pool an alarm sounds both at the pool and at the in-house receiver. A patented underwater wave detector that signals when an objec…


  3. Interval Training for Swimming Distance By Kevin Koskella
    Training for a distance swimming event is very different from training for a run or cycling event. When training for a marathon, for example, you would start out with short runs, and gradually increase your mileage each week as you build up endurance. You may work on sprints to increase speed, but overall the goal is to run further or for a longer period of time to get ready for the event. When training for an open water swim or triathlon, you must do much more than just swim more laps each ti…


  4. Summer Has Come and so Have the Swimming Pool Trips. Put on Your Bathing Suits By Abdul Hameed
    Swimming pools in summer feel like a heaven. Cannot imagine a summer without swimming pools. Getting in the pool is not only a great feel but a swimming pool is also a treat for your eyes {I mean the cool water}.In tropical and warm areas of the world there are wonderful beaches and they offer a great place to swim. But not all parts of the world have this great blessing and swimming pools makes these deficiencies vanish to some extent. Although given a choice I will be off to the beach. After…


  5. Inspecting your Swimming Pool By Ray La Foy
    With the varied availability of swimming pool equipment and designs, you have a lot to think about when it comes to safety. Whether you use different types of swimming pool liners, or think about purchasing a new swimming pool toy, there are a lot of pool inspection tips you should consider. It may also help to ask questions at your local swimming pool supply shop, because talking to experts face to face about your swimming pool safety needs can help you in the long run.Your swimming pool de…


  6. The Swimming Pool: A Gift for Summer By Ray La Foy
    In tropical and warm areas of the world, there is a surplus of places to swim in, including a plethora of beautiful beaches, surrounded as the islands are with the waters of the oceans and seas. Places in the California, Bahamas, Hawaii, and South East Asia, provide the best locations for leisure. Under swinging trees, one could enjoy the great expanse of fresh blue water. But one must wonder: there are resorts and club-houses visited by armies of vacationers for their sprawling array of ingro…


  7. Shopping for a Swimming Pool By Jeff Lakie
    When the summer rolls around and the air heats up, we all dream of having pools in our own backyard. However, before shopping for pools, it is important to be aware of safety issues. Make sure you are willing to take on the responsibility before you buy.Do you have a lot of kids in your neighborhood? Pools are magnets for children! Be aware that if the pool is on your property, you may be liable for any accident that may occur. For safety reasons, the American Academy of Pediatrics does not re…


  8. Swimming Pools Don't Need to be Poisoned By Richard Amburn
    There are a significant amount of swimming pool owners that have actively searched and replaced their conventional chlorinated filter systems for a more advanced and safer system. There is a growing concern on the negative health potential of chlorine and chlorinated swimming pool filter systems.Did you know that your body can absorb 600% to 1,000% more contamination in a solitary 10 minute shower than drinking the same tap water for an entire day? Ever notice how dry your skin is after you s…


  9. Family Fun – Is Swimming In A Safe Pool By Beverly Marshall
    Family fun is one of the most important things you can strive for to give your children some lasting memories they will always cherish; even into adulthood. Your children will always remember the times you spent together as a family on vacation or at home. If you are fortunate enough to own a swimming pool, you are well on your way to giving the kids fun family memories. The kids will be able to invite their friends and this way you know where they are; enjoying the water right under your su…


  10. Swimming Workout By Gary Gresham
    A swimming workout can be a new and refreshing way to get or stay in shape. Swimming is a full body aerobic sport that tones muscles, improves strength and flexibility, increases circulation, controls weight and enhances body contours.Swimming workouts give you a low impact activity that can easily be tailored to match your abilities. A good way to gain cardiovascular stamina is to exercise in a swimming pool.The secret to a good swimming exercise program is to work with the water. To accom…


  11. Swimming vs. Golf By Kevin Koskella
    Recently, I have taken up golf, and I can’t help but notice the similarities between learning golf and learning swimming. Both are finesse sports that require large amounts of concentration and practice to get right, and it is unnecessary (and ill-advised) to gain great amounts of strength to make major improvements in either sport. Let’s look at some specific ways golf is like swimming: 1. It Starts with Head Position. In golf, you must keep your head still and look straight at the ball whil…


  12. Swimming Pool Safety For Children By Frank G
    A swimming pool in the yard can be very fun and a great time for the family. But, It can also be very dangerous for children. If possible, do not put a swimming pool in your yard until your children are at least older than 5 years. But if you already have a pool, or plan to get one make sure to follow all the safety measures to keep everybody happy and safe.The fist rule and most important, never ever leave your children alone in or near the pool, even for a moment. All it takes is a moment fo…


  13. Synchronized Swimming Advantage for Twins By Lance Winslow
    The Olympic Contests for Synchronized Swimming are a testament to the natural human ability of telepathy. What we find in College and University Level synchronized swimmers thru observation and data of the top athletes is that those teams which have been long time friends seem to have a mind connection, which far surpasses generally accepted scientific knowledge. Those synchronized swimmers that are twins have even a greater advantage, as results show that twins are often some of the top perfo…


  14. Top 10 Questions to Ask a Builder before Buying a Swimming Pool By David Wood
    1. How long have you been in business? Pool companies that have been around a long time usually have a good reputation. Usually, but there are exceptions. Always ask for references. And if they have any pools under construction in the area, ask if you can visit the site and talk to the homeowner about their experience so far. Also make sure they are not involved with any pending legal disputes.2. Have you been in business under any other names? If they have, that could be a red flag that they …


  15. Swimming Pools – Let's Get Wet By Rhonda Mettaroy
    “Beverly Hills. Swimming pools. Movie stars.”That line from the theme song of the 70’s sitcom “The Beverly Hillbillies” shows us how far we have come in relation to swimming pools. Swimming pools were a real status symbol back then. Now nearly everyone has access to at least one, if not in their own backyard, at least at the local YMCA or gym.We take swimming pools for granted. If you are reading this article on the internet, you probably have a lifestyle that would admit you to not just one, …


  16. Olympic Swimming vs. Triathlon Swimming By Kevin Koskella
    While watching the swimming events in the Olympics last week, I started thinking about how different the freestyle stroke is (or should be) for Olympic sprinters and amateur triathletes.Many people in the triathlon world think they need to just emulate Ian Thorpe to have a faster time, or have a similar stroke to Michael Phelps to cruise through the swim. For most amateur triathletes, trying to learn from these swimmers is like trying to learn Portuguese when you really want to learn Spanish. …


  17. Swimming Pool Accessories Overview By Kathryn Whittaker
    Some people say that shopping for the perfect swimming pool can be as mind-boggling as shopping for a new car. The choices of make, model, and accessories are just as overwhelming, and advice from competing salespeople often make little sense.The most important swimming pool accessory is the pool cover. You will use the plastic cover to seal the pool for the winter and to protect the pool from the harsh elements such as wind, ice and debris. A durable plastic cover will also prevent children o…


  18. Swimming Pools By Jeff Lakie
    Summer is a welcome treat, especially if you live anywhere that gets a lot snow over the winter! So when summer arrives, getting the pool open and ready is probably your highest priority, and your family and friends are likely already lined up with their swimsuits on!Starting your pool up for the seasonWhen starting up the pool for the first time in the season, you'll need to drain any water in the pool along with any antifreeze you used to keep the equipment free of ice. Then you can refill i…


  19. Need to Get Into Swimming Shape? By Kevin Koskella
    Have you taken a break from swimming?Do you feel out of shape and feel the need to get back in shape quickly? Here are some tips to help you get back to feeling the best you can in the water:1. Don't try to do too much too soon. Start out with long, slow swims. If you can't do long swims, start with short, slow swims and little by little build up your endurance.2. Don't jump in the "fast lane". If you are doing masters, don't be tempted to "pick up where you left off." Swallow your pride and …






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