In fact, the functional properties of the kickboard and pull buoy cannot be compromised as the materials used will keep them buoyant and afloat. After all, who wants to go to the pool with a kickboard that looks like it has been through a lot?
Swimming competition season is in full swing, and that means only one thing. Competition swimwear. They are perhaps the jewel for every swimmer and at the same time the last piece of the puzzle for good performance. So how to choose a competition swimsuit, what to look for and what is not important? What to choose?
A pull buoy is a swimming aid that we place between our thighs and use only our arms for swimming. The higher the pull buoy is placed on our legs, the easier it is to perform the exercise. Continue reading and learn more about this popular swimming aid.
Swimwear, cap and goggles. These three items are the most used in the water. In addition to that there is a small effective gadget for more pleasant swimming, that is the nose clip. A little addition to the swimming equipment, people often ask us about. Are you one of those people who like to have their nose dry?
The buoy will protect you very well if you overestimate your strength and also if you get cramps. A swimming buoy is great so it’s an increasingly popular aid in open water, long-distance swimming or ice-cold water swimming. There are many swimming buoys and it's good to know something about them in order to choose the right one.
The swimming belt is the most popular aid for teaching children how to swim. Compared to the inflatable swim rings, they can’t deflate, you can’t break them easily and can be tightened around the small swimmer's body with a buckle as needed. In the inflatable swim ring, the child balances while swimming, so it’s very easy to flip over or slip out. For safety reasons, swimming belts are better than inflatable swim rings.