We've been told our pool is an athletic pool therefore, the temperature is kept between 81 and 82. With a one degree difference however, I don't understand how some nights it's so cold we can hardly stand to get in. We have an instructor and a pretty big sized group of participants.
Edited by: DEBSMAKEOVER at: 5/10/2010 (18:45)
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The water at my pool is warm about 85, sometimes it gets cool but that only on mondays, they clean and filter the water over the weekend. There is usually others at the pool all the time but I do not go for a specific class. I work on my own, sometimes I teach Ai-Chi to members who want to learn.
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I teach at 3 pools. One has really terrible mechanical systems--frequent pump failures (therefore closures), boiler problems etc. etc. This week the water was 76 but we had class for everyone who was brave enough to get in and work fast to keep warm. The other pools are a pretty steady 82, one of them a really nice salt water pool. Cool water isn't a big deal for me, and I always say that I will get in and give a class to anyone willing to get wet.
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