What Is a Lap Pool?

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A lap pool is a swimming pool designed for swimming laps for a person who wants to use swimming as an exercise to stay fit. They are long and narrow and allow a person to swim back and forwards as many laps of exercise as they wish.
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What Are Lap Pools?
In-ground or above-ground aren't your only options in swimming pools. Lap pools are designed for serious swimmers who are more interested in working on their fitness and health than their tan or lounging abilities. Lap pools are available in a wide range... More »
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A short-course lap pool is 25 meters long, and a long-course lap pool is 50 meters long under American and international standards. Many recreational lap pools ...
The size of the perfect lap pool varies depending if you want an Olympic size lap pool or if you want a junior Olympic pool. An Olympic lap pool is 164 feet long ...
Since most people can't fit an Olympic size pool in their back yard, most go with a lap pool. A lap pool should be a minimum of 8 feet wide and be at least 45 ...
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