With every ripple and stroke, swimming attracts audiences with its blend of athletic prowess, grace, and sheer determination. It’s a sport with a rich past, constantly evolving while staying true to its core values of pushing human limits and fostering international competition.
Winter is in full swing in Toledo, but there is still plenty to do until you can open your swimming pool. Listed are the top ten things available that are fun, different and cultural. Continue Reading
Swimming should really be one of the fundamental things we learn as human. Like walking saying thank you. Whether you live on a beach next to the ocean or in the middle of the country knowing how to swim can be a very important tool.
Knowing how to swim can be viewed by some as a luxury but it can be a valuable asset in life. There are water threats everywhere we look and being prepared is extremely important. Knowing how to swim can not only save your life but can also save someone else’s.
Cold weather is here, and you and your family can no longer swim in your in-ground swimming pool. Part of the pleasure of having a pool is the fact that it’s great exercise. But, what do you do in the winter? You may be concerned about joining a gym or the YMCA because of the concern of swimming in the winter months. As a parent, you may even wonder whether your child can get sick from swimming in the winter. At Hawaiian Pools, we want to dispel three winter swimming myths. Continue Reading