Sprint Aquatics’ Resistance Equipment Brings Resistance to your Swimming Routine
Swimming is all about resistance. Water resistance is what allows you to actually work out your strength and endurance while you swim, and when harnessed correctly it can enrich your workouts beyond what you expected. You can do so by implementing Sprint Aquatics resistance equipment in your workout. This consists of a variety of exercise tools that increase the resistance of the water you tread with your arms and legs. This is the swimming equivalent to adding weight to your workout at the gym, for you are pushing your body beyond what it’s used to. This is the next logical step for swimmers looking to push themselves to achieve better results and a stronger workout.
Swim fins are a classic way to enhance your swimming training. Inspired by the extremities of aquatic animals, swim fins allow for an extension of your feet to increase resistance and propel your workouts to new levels of strength and speed. Available in different lengths, sizes, and modalities, swim fins are some of the most versatile tools for swimmers. They’re simple and easy to use. Nature gives us the best examples of swimmers, these allow pretty much anyone familiar with swimming to be able to comfortably implement them into their workout and release the aquatic animal inside them.
Swim weights increase water resistance by adding weight to your body when you swim. These weights, which consist of weighted wraps that are buckled around your ankles or wrists, which makes you put more physical effort in as you swim. They provide a heavier resistance workout than a regular swimming session would. These come in a variety of different weight ranges, some of which are adjustable and allow you to decide just how much tension to subject yourself to. If you are looking to build more muscle during your swimming training, weights are the way to go.
Drag Belt Tether and Tow
Imagine yourself trying to swim with a drag chute tied to your waist. It’s hard to get more resistance than that, huh? The drag chute tether and tow is a very interesting swimming tool, for it forces you to put more effort into your training by literally holding you back. It is like the ones you see athletes use on land while they run, the chute is offering resistance because of the wind. The tow follows you behind as you swim, catching the water you as you swim which creates resistance against you. These are particularly good for long swims. Because it doesn’t depend on your body, the resistance is fairly consistent, allowing you to find a regular pace at which to adapt to the drag.
The best way to exercise your arms during swim sessions is by increasing the water resistance in the hands by means of paddles. These call for more effort on the part of the arms to tread the water and move across the pool. Like any paddle, these offer resistance and require more of you to push through with them. Fitness paddles even provide an adjustable dial that allows you to determine just how much water flows through the slits on the paddles as you hold them.
Buy Sprint Aquatics Resistance Equipment
Once you try any of these equipment pieces and incorporate them into your workout, you’ll wonder why you never did before. In fact, once people try Sprint Aquatics resistance equipment, most find it hard to even go back to regular swimming because it stops feeling challenging. If you are looking to really push yourself and achieve new heights with your training, Sprint Aquatics has the right tools for you. Contact us today at (800)235-2156 or email us at email@example.com Don’t forget to check our website for even more products at www.sprintaquatics.com