When I think about the Tempo Trainer Pro, I think about what I call the “Holy Grail of Swim Coaching”, which in my opinion is knowing how many strokes you’re taking and how fast you’re taking them. After discussing this with hundreds of swim coaches over the years, I found little if any disagreement. That said, when coaches work on stroke counts they inevitably run into to the problem of needing to increase power.
If you ask former swimmers why they gave up on the sport, chances are you’ll hear something about the tediousness of working out in solitude, staring at the black line. It’s true that swimming doesn’t offer the distraction of changing scenery or the satisfaction of seeing a distant destination grow closer, but lap swim doesn’t have to be monotonous.
FINIS, Inc. a worldwide leader in technical swimming innovation, is excited to announce the launch of the SwimEars® watertight acoustic earplugs.These revolutionary earplugs are designed to let sound in and keep water out. The SwimEars® were originally designed by Christian Dittrich and his team at Ear Labs in Sweden. His team of specialists spent over 1,000 hours designing, developing and prototyping the product to create an innovative, new earplug.
Swim Snorkel Pro is the latest development on the more conventional Swim Snorkel. Designed for more experienced swimmers, its hydrodynamic design guarantees exceptional stability at high speeds. This feature not only allows you to maintain an efficient swimming technique, it also guarantees an efficient swimming style in workouts focusing on developing strength in the water.
Using fins is the best way to improve your technique, the flexibility of your hips and strength in your legs. Extremely short fins are generally used in the pool, both when practising a complete swim stroke or when training with a kickboard. Using fins allows you to accentuate your leg movement to work on your quads and hamstrings. Fins allow you to swim faster using the biggest muscle groups, which means you also develop your cardiovascular system...
The Arena Swim Keel has arrived! An innovative swim training tool to try on your next trip to the pool. The key feature of the Arena Swim Keel is the shape and weighted bottom. The balance of weight and buoyancy makes for a more neutral buoyancy than a traditional kickboard or pull buoy, giving a different experience and allowing the swimmer to work on different areas of their stroke. Take a look at the video for the full breakdown of the features and advantages:
Welcome to our list of the top 10 FINIS products at ProSwimwear. These products have all proved incredibly popular with our customers during the most recent months and have proven themselves to be good quality, trustworthy and reliable. FINIS are a market leader in swim training equipment and technical racing swimwear. They made their name with innovative training tools designed to help with stroke development.
Make the most of every swim with the Swimsense Live Bluetooth Swim Tracker! The new swimming gadget from FINIS is a waterproof fitness-tracking device that uses proprietary algorithms to record the most accurate swim workout data. The innovative swim workout tracking device straps to your wrist just like a watch, but it is so much more than that for swimmers that want to improve their stroke and get a little bit nerdy with their swimming statistics/data!
In previous articles we've delved into the subject of hand paddles. We know they develop the upper body and make it easier to propel your arms in the water. Extremely popular with both coaches and swimmers, hand paddles are beneficial to all swimmers looking to improve their strength in the water, but they need to be used with care.
The FINIS Axis Buoy was released earlier this year, receiving glowing reviews from swimmers and coaches alike. The one piece of feedback that FINIS kept getting was that they should create a smaller version that would better fit junior swimmers. Well they've been listening to your feedback and we now have the Junior Axis Buoy! With all the same features as the adult version, but scaled down to suit the junior swimmers more comfortably.