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Swimming Pool Scene AQUATIC EXERCISE


ABOVE: Technological advancements combined with the heightened awareness of the benefi ts of exercising in water, has led to a growing demand for aquatic fi tness. Pic: Golden Coast.


training based aqua sessions.


“The swim related training programmes and sessions have a very mixed profi le of participants, again consistent with the growth of these type of activities.”


Meanwhile private pool and pool operators are also turning their attention to aquatic fi tness by investing in products that can transform smaller pools into full-on training facilities.


COUNTER CURRENTS


Counter current systems are one of the most effective additions to small pools – whether they’re brand-new builds or are decades old. For installers, a retrofi t unit is quick and easy to install. For customers, they deliver the experience of full-length pool swimming without added expense, while providing them with opportunities for hydrotherapeutic massage and aqua-aerobics.


“In the UK, space comes at a premium and nowhere is this truer than when you’re working with an existing pool. Alongside this, we’re seeing a growth in customers prioritising their health and well-


being,” comments Jamie Adams, Managing Director of Golden Coast. “When it comes to winning contracts, successful companies inspire their customers with a smart use of space which increases the pool’s functionality and space, while meeting all their needs, including some they didn’t even know they had.” Golden Coast’s exclusive range of BADU Jet counter current units delivers a host of benefi ts that increase a pool’s functionality without demanding more space. The BADUJet Vogue allows swimmers continuous swimming for health and fi tness, while its pulsating massage function is the perfect choice for easing aches and pains. Meanwhile the BADUJet Vogue Deluxe is equipped with stainless-steel air regulator, control buttons and nozzle as standard. There is also a stainless-steel handrail option available for a complete look. The BADUJet Wave goes one step further. It brings together everything customers are looking for in ‘dream pools’, including underwater massage function, gentle waves and continuous swimming. Equipped with an intelligent air intake, its waterfl ow can


ABOVE: Counter current systems, like the BADUJet Wave from Golden Coast, are one of the most effective additions to small pools – whether they’re brand- new builds or are decades old.


ABOVE: BINDER are the manufacturers of HydroStar – a turbine driven counter-fl ow system that offers optimal swimming training for leisure swimmers through to competitive athletes.


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