Swimming With Music Changes Everything

Message and photos courtesy of AudioFlood, a SwimSwam partner.

Have you ever thought about how unfair it is?

Runners can listen to music, watch TV and movies on a treadmill, change scenery every time they pick a new trail. Same with cyclists.

What about swimming? What do we get? A black line on the bottom of the pool to keep us company and the occasional shouting/splashing from the next lane over.

Not fair.

Well, things are finally changing now, with AudioFlood’s waterproof iPod and their waterproof headphones. Yes, I said headphones, and yes I said iPod. Totally waterproof.

courtesy of AudioFlood, a SwimSwam partner

courtesy of AudioFlood, a SwimSwam partner

I’m listening to podcasts, audiobooks, and best of all, my own private soundtrack of the most motivating tunes I can think of. It’s seriously like I’m in a movie.

Seriously, swimming with music is the bomb, and I’d recommend it to anyone and everyone who spends any significant time in the pool. Laps will never be the same.

courtesy of AudioFlood, a SwimSwam partner

courtesy of AudioFlood, a SwimSwam partner

Drills will never be the same. Swimming will never be the same.

AudioFlood makes it all possible with a completely waterproof, genuine Apple iPod shuffle…and right now, the whole thing (including the waterproof headphones) is just under $130 on Amazon (Prime, no less). No case. No worries. It even comes with a 2-year warranty, so if you’ve got any questions or issues, just give AudioFlood a call, and you’ll be back in the water in no time, rocking your tunes.

Get yours, and stop the boredom!

ABOUT AUDIOFLOOD

courtesy of AudioFlood, a SwimSwam partner

courtesy of AudioFlood, a SwimSwam partner

We are proud to offer the highest quality and most reasonably priced waterproof iPod on the market. If you are currently one of our customers, we appreciate your business and your help in spreading the word. If you are not yet one of our customers, we look forward to welcoming you to the club.

courtesy of AudioFlood, a SwimSwam partner

Message and photos courtesy of AudioFlood, a SwimSwam partner.

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I know that Salnikov used music when swimming. In the 1960′, Murray Rose, an other big fish of long distance swimming, rejected the idea. “Not possible”, he said. Why? Because a swimmer has to be totally focused on his technique, when swimming. And music can interfere with this need of total concentration. Funnily, Murray Rose, before a swimming competition, liked to hear “In The Mood”, by Glenn Miller) because he found in it the rhythm he needed for his arms tempo.

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