Swimming Pool in Faridabad

One of the best places to cool off when temperatures are soaring outside would be an indoor swimming pool in Faridabad. The luxury of having a relaxing swim after a strenuous workout has few parallels. It has the twin advantage of tightening your muscles further, while helping you rehydrate as your skin absorbs the water from the pool. At Equilibrium, we offer you the facility of swimming indoors in a pool which has a depth of 4’.5”, and length of 18 meters.

You protect yourself from exposure to the direct sunlight when you swim during the day. This is a particularly beneficial aspect when you are teaching family youngsters how to swim. They can do it at their convenience without disrupting studies. In fact, not only are young bodies trained to float, and cover reasonable distances on water; you could be training a future aquatic champion. Typically, you don’t need to restrict swimming to the summer months. During the monsoons, the water of an indoor swimming pool doesn’t get contaminated the way open air swimming pools often do. Appropriate temperature adjustments to the water in the pool ensure that you can keep swimming even in early winter or in the spring.

A baby knows how to swim at the time of birth and forgets it as he grows. Get close to what mother nature has taught you even before birth and pamper yourself with the splashes of pool water with your family in a 30ft wide indoor pool.

  • Swimming
  • Aqua Aerobis
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Relaxation

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Water aerobics is easy on the joints and can even increase muscle strength and endurance due to the water’s built-in resistance. This form of exercise is preferred by many as opposed to a more traditional form of fitness, like hitting the gym, because the weight doesn’t pull the person down the same way a regular workout would. Therefore, a person can exercise longer on water than on land without the extra effort or the joint and muscle pain that often accompanies a regular exercise routine because of its low impact.


In a reflexive response to external heat, your body initiates changes that help keep the body cool, including dilating blood vessels to increase the blood flow through them, diverting blood flow to the extremities and to the skin’s surface, opening the pores of the skin, activating sweat glands and relaxing muscles.

Over short durations, a hot bath will cause organs of the endocrine system to become less active, particularly the adrenal gland, and can decrease blood pressure. This results in a relaxed, less stressful state and helps calm the nervous system.

Inhaling hot water vapor (steam) has a beneficial effect on the lungs as well. Moist, hot air causes the small airways and air sacs in the lungs to dilate and increases the lung’s ability to move phlegm and mucus out. It can also help people breathe in more easily, since the volume of space in the lungs slightly increases.


Cold water or ice has, in essence, an opposite effect on the body than hot water. Cold water and ice causes the body to try and conserve heat. As a result, blood vessels in the body constrict, decreasing the amount of blood that flows through them. Blood flow is diverted from the extremities to the core of the body and to internal organs, to help keep them warm and operating correctly. The pores of the skin close, sweat glands shut down, muscles tense, and some endocrine system organs, like the adrenal gland, become more active.

Over short durations, cold water makes a person more alert and makes them feel less tired as the body activates these neural networks that work to create heat and raise blood pressure in response to the cold