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A full-body workout that targets nearly every muscle group at once, swimming has multiple benefits such as conditioning the cardiovascular system, relieving stress, lowering blood pressure and aiding in rehabilitation. The typical swim training session will include sculling and skating to improve strength, power and technique, often followed by endurance drills and sprints; challenging you to keep the steady pace of your critical swim speed from the push-off to the final length. Mastering bi-lateral breathing, sighting and drafting require diligent training, enabling streamlining and efficiency from drills to competitions.

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Find the perfect swimwear for your training, with a choice of swimsuits and sports bikinis crafted in highly technical fabrics and designed in a variety of styles, prints and fits.

Support – swimwear with a high neckline, racerback design and built-in bust support are recommended for maximum comfort while swimming.

 

Flatlocked seams on bikinis and swimsuits will prevent chafing and allow for a more streamlined swim.

 

Technical fabric with chlorine-resistance and UV-resistance, quick-drying capability and high-stretch.

 

Confidence - high necklines, fully-lined designs and extra panels beneath zips ensure confidence in and out of the water.

 

Functional features - particularly secure zip fastenings and a back zip puller that can be attached via velcro to prevent distraction while swimming.

 

Must-have accessories such as anti-fog goggles with polycarbonate tinted lenses and a swim cap.

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