The counter-current swimming guide
Swimming is a very comprehensive sport, recommended for all ages and all physical conditions. What are the benefits? How can you practice it efficiently at home? Find out everything there is to know about the subject to enjoy it even in a small pool.
If you want to enjoy a sports pool but cannot build a larger pool because of the costs associated with the operation, don’t panic! There are a number of solutions that allow you to build a space suitable for exercising. Swimming against the current, aquarunning, aquabiking: there are many possibilities to create a sports pool.
If you’re interested in water sports, and especially pool sports, you may already have heard of counter-current swimming. What is counter-current swimming? Who is it for? Is it only for exercise? What you need to know before investing.
A combination of swimming, cycling and running, triathlon is a demanding endurance sport. To give your best during friendly or high level competitions, training is essential.
Among the training aids that exist, home counter-current turbines are a particularly practical alternative.
What are the main advantages? Find out more.
Swimming turbines installed in pools are often known as a recreational accessory. However, swimming pool counter-current systems can have other uses. Among them, we can note the opportunity to turn it into a tool dedicated to physical therapy. In practice, how does it work?
Proposed by a growing number of professionals in the sector, a mini pool allows you to bathe even if your garden or your outdoor space is quite small. It also offers certain advantages, such as a more reasonable purchase cost, easier maintenance, a great variety of shapes and depths, installation that does not require a building permit… as well as real compatibility with a counter-current swimming system. We explain everything below.
A triathlon is a triple event, successively combining swimming, cycling and running. Participants always start with the swim, for different distances according to the categories. But how can you train? How can you prepare well to be able to follow up with the bike and the run? We explain everything you need to know.