SwimmersBest Drill of the Month

SwimmersBest 1SwimChute (Video)

SwimmersBest is leading the way for the future of swim training equipment.  The company offers a broad range of solutions for improving stroke technique, kick technique, and breathing technique.  

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SwimmersBest 1FlexBand (Video)

The 1FlexBand has so many functions in-water and on dry-land. In-water functions include a flutter and breaststroke kick restrictor, pull buoy holder, power kicker, and more.

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SwimmersBest InHaler (Video)

SwimmersBest InHaler will teach the swimmer to breathe low and behind the bow wave. If the swimmer were to lift their head when they breathe, they will get immediate feedback. By using the InHaler for a short amount of time, the swimmer will improve their breathing.

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SwimmersBest Tech Snorkel (Video)

The Tech Snorkel is the swim industry’s first technique snorkel. This snorkel corrects many technique problems such as unstable head and driving the head underwater. By adding the extension, the snorkel is as tall as any other snorkel on the market.

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SwimmersBest 1FastCatch Paddle Review (Video)

Swimmersbest swim paddle overview explaining the general uses and advantages of all 5 paddles, the Wrist Trainer and the add-on pads.

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SwimmersBest Minute to Swim Faster (Video)

A quick SwimmersBest minute overview demonstrating the numerous drills and methods for improving your swim technique.

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SwimmersBest Eelfins (Video)

The SwimmersBest EelFin teaches a bilateral body dolphin. The EelFin also teaches the swimmer to engage the whole body to power the body dolphin.

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SwimmersBest Power Bags (Video)

SwimmersBest Power Bags fit on the feet, calves, forearms, hips, as a drag parachute, and fit over a kickboard to add resistance and drag to every aspect of your swim training.

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SwimmersBest Floating Arms – High Catch Butterfly (Video)

Training drills to help swimmers press-thru their butterfly catch phase to keep ideal undulation of the body while creating a high early vertical forearm catch.

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