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How many strokes will I be able to do in one length of an endless swimming pool?

The number of strokes you’ll be able to take in one “length” of an endless swimming pool depends on a few factors – your stroke technique, swimming speed, and the size of the pool itself. Endless pools are compact by design, with most residential models ranging from around 2.13- 4.87 metres in length. This gives you a relatively short “endless” swim path compared to a traditional lap pool. However, the adjustable water current allows you to swim in place indefinitely.

While you won’t get as many continuous strokes as a full-size lap pool, endless pools allow you to repeat your stroke cycles indefinitely by simply pushing off the opposite wall to maintain your swim position against the water flow.

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