SWIMBOT: Better On Technique when swimming!

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INTRODUCING SWIMBOT.

The first device that will instantaneously correct your swimming technique

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Rowdy Gaines

Rowdy Gaines backs SWIMBOT

SWIMBOT corrects your stroke instantaneously with sophisticated sounds. The 3D tutorials teach you the perfect swimming technique.

SWIMBOT has been tested and is backed by Olympic Champions, World Master Champion and professional triathletes:

  • Alain Bernard (FR) 100 freestyle Olympic Champion in 2008
  • Jim Montgomery (USA) 100 freestyle Olympic Champion in 1976
  • Rowdy Gaines (USA) 100 freestyle Olympic Champion in 1984
  • Nicolas Granger (FR) 24x World Master Champion
  • Jeanne Collonge (FR) 2x winner of Embrunman (world’s toughest triathlon)
  • Romain Guillaume (FR) Top 10 Hawaii Triathlon

HOW DOES IT WORK?

3 STEPS TO PROGRESS:

1) Before your workout

● Visualize our 3D tutorials

● Assimilate and retain the ideal stroke patterns

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2) During your workout

● Slip your SWIMBOT under your swim cap. Using bone conduction technology, our earphones offer you comfort and high-quality sound.

● It analyzes each and every move you make.

● It provides you with instant feedback via sophisticated sounds.

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3) After your workout

Synchronize SWIMBOT with your Smartphone via Bluetooth, and share your progress with your friends!

Share your performance and compare yourself to thousands of swimming enthusiasts.

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LET’S SWIM WITH SWIMBOT!

SWIMBOT FEATURES

SWIMBOT includes different levels and kind of exercises whether you are a beginner, intermediary or expert.

courtesy of SwimBOT 2016 indiegogo campaign, a SwimSwam Ad Partner

The above is only a teaser. Dive deeper with SWIMBOT on their indiegogo campaign page here.

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Pam Starr

Cool I want to try. I AM a coach and avid swimmer.

Wiktor

Nice technology, but I do not see explenation how it is detecting and analysing a stroke. I can only see that it can detect head movement. Until they explain it I wouldn’t want to croudfound this.

Ryan

I agree. It’s not so simple to analyze the stroke. Especially since the only sensor is on the back of the head.

Gabriel

I’m really curious how that works with sensors only on the head! We will see as soon as it is on market! A step in the right direction?

Jonathan Cain

Obviously they can do something. Just cause you don’t understand it doesn’t mean it doesn’t work.

Gabriel

Very interesting! this goes into a nice direction! But i would love to see how it works with sensors only at the head before i contribute to that project!

About Gold Medal Mel Stewart

Gold Medal Mel Stewart

MEL STEWART Jr., aka Gold Medal Mel, won three Olympic medals at the 1992 Olympic Games. Mel's best event was the 200 butterfly. He is a former World, American, and NCAA Record holder in the 200 butterfly. As a writer/producer and sports columnist, Mel has contributed to Yahoo Sports, Universal Sports, …

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