LOG TECHNIQUE IMPROVEMENTS, NOT JUST MORE POOL TIME

The revolution in cross-functional training has been driving performance breakthroughs in sport for decades.  For most swimmers, though, most of it still all happens in the water: more pool time, more reps, more swimming.  How many top swimmers still mask sub-optimal technique with great conditioning, and a style that works, but could work even better?  And how many training blocks and pool sessions does it take  to make real progress?  Whatever your level of proficiency or ambition, there are always gains to be made in technique and strength, to really make those pool hours count.

Very few exercises can replicate the bio-mechanics of actual swimming, so most work outside the pool to improve technique or pulling power is just an approximation.

Swimbeam changes this. For recreational swimming right through to competition-level, using Swimbeam allows you to replicate actual swimming stroke dynamics, building strength and muscle memory to:

  • improve technique and stroke efficiency
  • build swim-specific upper body power
  • supplement your in-pool and dryland routines, with variable resistance swim-specific exercise

The result? A whole new way to train, leading to faster swim times, simple as that.

 

 

REPLICATE STROKE DYNAMICS
BUILDING STRENGTH AND MUSCLE MEMORY

With the ease and variety of at-home dryland swim training, in as little as 15 minutes a few times a week, Swimbeam allows you to replicate actual swimming stroke dynamics, building strength and muscle memory to:

 

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IMPROVE TECHNIQUE AND STROKE EFFICIENCY

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BUILD SWIM-SPECIFIC UPPER BODY POWER

ENABLE SPEED, TEMPO AND ENDURANCE TRAINING

SUPPLEMENT YOUR OTHER TRAINING ROUTINES, AND BUILD SWIMMING INTO YOUR STRONGEST DISCIPLINE
 

TRAIN LIKE A PRO

Establish a positive catch, build power at the front end of your stroke, and fix a vertical forearm stroke.  By pulling the body past the hands, and building swim-specific flexibility and conditioning, your swimming will get better on Swimbeam.  

 
 

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