Shoreline Pools’ Best Blogs of 2017

Shoreline Best of 2017Before we take a dip into 2018, swimmers and pool owners alike can take a minute to reflect on how 2017 made waves within the pool design industry. From new technology in pool features and upgraded safety to sustainable materials and entertainment ideas, this past year was a whirlpool of accomplishment. Unanimous votes have led to a roundup of the top 10 best blogs of 2017. Read on to discover which blogs made a splash in 2017.
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What Are The Best Types of Hot Tubs?

Hot TubLooking for a warm, calming place to relax and rejuvenate? Take a dip in a hot tub, or otherwise commonly referred to as: “Jacuzzi,” “Whirlpool,” or “spa.” A hot tub is smaller pool of heated water typically with whirlpool devices or jets. People often use hot tubs as a form of relaxation to stimulate senses, relieve sore muscles, or simply soak and socialize. The experts at Shoreline Pools share everything you need to know about hot tubs, including which hot tubs are best for your pool area, intent, and lifestyle.
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How To Choose The Shape Of Your Swimming Pool

Swimming Pool ShapesThere are many design elements to consider when creating your luxury swimming pool. Perhaps the most important aspect of pool design is selecting the shape. Before you begin, it is important to first consider determining factors such as price, size, space available, who will be using the swimming pool and for what activities as well as the depth and shallowness of your swimming pool.

Today, swimming pools come in a wide variety of incredible shapes and sizes that you may have never imagined. Whether you choose to create a custom design or select a standard shape, the experts at Shoreline Pools can best help you understand the pros and cons of each shaped pool to ensure you make the best decision when installing your luxury swimming pool.
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Summer Swimming Pool Myths Debunked

 Swimming MythsWhether cooling off for a quick dip in your backyard, lounging on a pool float or playing water polo, many swimmers and pool owners have probably heard summer swimming pool myths floating around. While folklore may make you run and grab your towel, it’s important to distinguish fact from fiction. Here are some common summer swimming pool myths debunked.
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Types of Swimming Pool Exercise

Pool exerciseLooking for a fun way to exercise? Moving your workout to the water can make exercising fun. Swimming targets all major muscle groups, including your inner forearm, biceps, pectorals, latissimus dorsis, groin, quadriceps, glutes, trapezius, and calves- without impacting your joints. The water acts as a form of resistance, which makes it feel like movements are easier, but in reality, you are propelling and treading water harder. Swimming is ideal for individuals such as pregnant women, seniors, and obese as the stress impact on the body is greatly reduced. According to the American Council on Exercise, exercising in water makes you feel 90 percent lighter. Here are various forms of swimming pool exercise that is ow impact and easier on your body. Continue reading

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