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Health Benefits

Swimming pools and spas are wonderful additions to the lifestyle of every Australian home. Exercise - and the social capital provided by a pool or spa - is immeasurable. With the current childhood obesity epidemic, the health and fitness benefits of pool and spa ownership are undeniable.

Swimming isn't just a fun way to cool off during the Summer. It is one of the few sports or activities that doesn't cost a lot of money, or require any equipment. Swimming holds no age or ability barrier!

There are health benefits from swimming pools and spas to be gained from people of all ages. As Baby Boomers age, they are looking for exercises to stay active without putting extra strain on their joints. At the same time, millennials seem more health conscious at an earlier age than their predecessors. Many people turn to water therapy and exercise as a way to get fit, change bad habits and feel better.

Here are just some of the benefits of swimming that can be gained throughout your entire lifetime:

  • Increases Flexibility
  • Burns Calories
  • Helps You Quit Smoking
  • Improves Coordination
  • Improves Posture
  • Good for Anyone and Everyone
  • Total-Body Workout
  • Cardio Conditioning
  • Beats the Heat
  • Self-Esteem
  • Taller, Longer, Leaner Body
  • Joints
  • Weight Loss
  • Socialisation
  • Team and Individual Sport
  • Prevents Drowning
  • Improves Mental Health
  • Relieves Stress
  • Boosts the Immune System
  • Family Oriented
  • Helps With Chronic Diseases, Post-Op, and as Physical Therapy

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