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Best 4 Workouts For Your SwimLife All-Season Pool


Your all-season pool can provide you and your loved ones with a versatile backyard water experience.

Whether you’re looking to entertain, relax or exercise, your all-season pool has all of your unique needs covered. If you’re new to the world of aquatic exercise, especially within an all-season pool, then this article is for you!

Let’s take a look at some of the best exercises for your all-season pool.

1. Warming Up

A combination of light cardiovascular movement and dynamic stretching is the best warm-up for your aquatic fitness routine. Engage in a variety of dynamic stretches to begin your all-season pool workout, targeting all areas of your body. A variety of water-friendly workout equipment can be used to advance your warm-up, such as ankle and wrist weights.

Dynamic stretches can include:

  • High-knee marching
  • Arm circles
  • Ankle touches
  • Lunge walking
  • Side shuffles
  • Backpedaling

Your warm-up should last about five minutes in total.

2. Strength Training

Your strength training can include a variety of water-based exercises. These swim spa exercises will target a range of muscles and muscle groups, depending on your fitness regimen. We suggest incorporating a variety of exercises, including the use of some equipment, such as rowing attachments or even leg weights.

Strength training exercises can include:

  • Forward and side lunges
  • Wall push-ups
  • Deepwater bicycle
  • Water weights for biceps curls
  • Toe pushes
  • Pool plank
  • Rowing
  • Flutter kicks
  • Reverse crunches

Your strength training set should last about 15 minutes.

3. Cardiovascular Activity

It’s time to really get your body moving with some cardio! These whole-body exercises will help you to burn calories and engage all areas of your body. Cardiovascular activity is the key to a well-rounded, effective pool workout – especially in an all-season pool!

Cardiovascular exercises can include:

  • Walking, jogging, and running
  • Swimming laps
  • Jumping jacks

Your cardiovascular activity should last about 10 minutes.

4. Cool Down

Congratulations, your workout is complete! Now is the time to help your body transition from a state of training, muscle building, and calorie burning, to rest and relaxation. Your cool-down period can include some dynamic stretches, but static stretches will be the focus at this time.

Static stretches can include:

  • Overhead triceps stretch
  • Biceps stretch
  • Converted cobra pose
  • Seated butterfly stretch

Your cool-down period should last at least three minutes and can extend into time spent relaxing and lounging in your all-season pool afterward.

Learn more with this helpful video!


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