A swimming pool in the house would be a good idea, health-wise, pleasure-wise and performance-wise. It is good to be able to do some laps whenever you feel like, rather than having to walk or drive to the pool to bring swimming gear and be subject to their timing. You will be able to entertain your guests is also good to have a pool at home.
An outdoor swimming pool (which is called utendrs svmmebasseng in the Norwegian language) can be made large enough, with a diving board, water features and slides. And if there is good landscaping around it as well, it would be perfect. Or you can opt for an indoor pool, which can provide its own cozy comfort of a different type.
Your choice will have to rely on a variety of considerations such as the climate, the budget you've set, and your lifestyle in general.
A swimming pool in the backyard would be an ideal choice for those who live in places that are not too cold. If a severe winter is limited to about four months, the rest is enough to use the pool properly.
Plus you will be free of charge and the problems associated with maintaining the indoor one. But the choice will not work for people who live in cold climates with long winters. For them, it would be best to have a swimming pool where they can take their laps even if there is a foot of snow outside.
Maintaining an indoor pool
An indoor heated swimming pool is definitely more expensive than outside, but if it's just a heavy cost disposable, everyone may not feel a big problem. But the maintenance of an indoor pool is a work in progress.
Maintain cleanliness in the heated swimming pool is more difficult than doing it in a backyard pool. And has a body of water in the house, however small, will increase the level of humidity. Dehumidification will be the work continues because of the increased moisture in any place make it conducive for the growth of mold and mildew.