Elite Endless Pool
When only the best will do
You're a competitive swimmer. You measure progress in fractions of seconds. When it comes to your swim, you demand the best. This is your pool.
The Elite Endless Pool marks a revolution in pool construction:
- Its 7.5-hp pump with dual hydraulic motors drives two custom-designed propellers, moving more than double the water volume of our Original Endless Pool.
- The propellers' extra distance from the outlet grill (itself a spacious 24"x18") lets the current straighten, so you enjoy an ultra-smooth swim.
The result: the fastest swim current on the market, topping out at a :51/100-yard pace!
The Elite stroke-training system is used daily on the decks of University of Michigan, USC, Harvard, Auburn, Penn State, and SwimMAC Carolina. Now it's available for residential installation.
Turbulence-free power, high-volume precision… that's what makes the Elite Endless Pool the choice for top-tier coaches, for great swimmers, and for swimmers who aspire to greatness.
“For years at Auburn I trained my athletes in an Endless Pool — but the Elite we’re putting in at SwimMAC takes it to another level. It expands my ability to provide the best technical advice possible.”
Coach/Owner of Brackin Elite Swim Training
“The staff at EP are amazing – they believed in my concept from the start, gave me unwavering support, and are always a phone call away whenever I have a question or, the rare, problem. I have never experienced customer support like I have with Endless Pools. I wouldn’t be able to do half of the teaching I do out of my Endless Pool. The mirrors and the ability to drop a camera in at any angle just can’t be accomplished in any standard pool. This environment has taken my teaching to an entirely new level.”
“The Endless Pool can teach you efficiency, and it can teach you how you create speed. The Endless Pool has a way of heightening their awareness both through the mirrors and through the [swim current’s] flow. That enhanced learning environment – the Endless Pool, the varying speeds that you can work with – it just all relates back to the effectiveness of teaching stroke mechanics at this level.”