TRAIN SMARTER OUT OF THE WATER TO OWN THE SWIM SECTION

With Airtraining for swimming, you can forget having to make up time on the bike and run.  

Supplement your pool training with variable resistance exercise, designed specifically to replicate the bio-mechanics of swimming.

Using the same training elite swimmers have enjoyed for years, you can relax into enjoying the swim, and keeping fresh for the rest of the race. Dryland swim training, using programmes starting at just 15 minutes a day, 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
  • enable speed, tempo and endurance training
  • supplement your other training routines, and build swimming into your strongest discipline
 

GET SLICK, GET STRONG, AND MIX IT UP

Pick up tips from the pros, and jump on before work, to drill home the proper technique.  Ramp up the resistance, and push yourself hard - you'll feel it where you should for a stronger swim.  And when you're done with freestyle training for the day, cross-train on another stroke, try some surf paddling, or explore the variety of dozens of other work-out options, illustrated in the training section.

 

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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

Swim benches have been used consistently at the top end of our sports for decades, especially in the US.  The results speak for themselves: we've just concluded our own study with Edinburgh University Sports Science Department, showing increased torque through the shoulder for swim-specific movements, compared to a control group on other equipment, and an improved feel for the water.  As World Champions to Olympians attest, if you want to get better, get training on dry land too.

 
 

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