Water safety education is important for every community pool to implement. While flyers and informational emails on water safety are great, swimming lessons dramatically decrease the risk of potential pool fatalities. Consider offering swimming lessons at your pool to implement confidence in patrons and instill lifelong skills. The bottom line is that swimming lessons save [...]
With pool weather around the corner, it’s time to begin preparing for opening day! Guests are looking forward to enjoying your pool, so make sure your facility’s pool is safe, clean, and ready to swim in. There are a few important necessary steps towards opening your pool, and our experts at American pool have got [...]
Knockout competition with a new take on fitness centers and gyms Americans are encouraged to exercise and eat healthy from all corners… they want to do better, to feel better. A multitude of surveys and studies show that personal health is very important to the general population. There’s nothing more motivating than having fitness-centric amenities [...]
Take the boredom out of your workout. Shake up your exercise routine with swimming. Great for building endurance and low impact, swimming isn't as hard on your body as other popular exercise methods like running or weightlifting. On its own or combined with other exercises, swimming can provide you with a full body workout that [...]
This Thursday, April 7, 2016 Mike Martorelli of American Pool - New Jersey will have the honor of being a featured speaker at the Manager Best Practices Roundtable Event. This educational program is hosted by the New Jersey Chapter of the Community Associations Institute (CAI). Mike will share his knowledge of pool safety and code [...]
American Pool recently teamed up with RCP Management to provide CPR training to 11 of their associates. Located in Monroe, NJ, RCP Management provides Property Management Services throughout New Jersey. A long time customer, RCP works with American Pool in numerous communities in the state. The working relationship has spanned over a dozen years which [...]
The combination of fine weather, good people and great times transformed Palm Springs from a run-of-the-mill vacation spot to the city with the most swimming pools per capita in the U.S.
Public pools may have been replaced by private backyard swimming holes in terms of popularity over the last few decades, but that hasn't erased the image of the publicly accessible pool as a center of urban activity and recreation.
Commercial pools were once a common sight around southern California, but evidence suggests that they might be making a comeback.
The soldiers of the Headquarters and Service Battalion were treated to a no-expense-spared pool bash, though they mixed in some physical competitions for good measure.