Speedo Solid Flyback Training Swimsuit Now Available in More Colors

12 11 2012
Speedo Competitive Swimwear

The Speedo Solid Flyback training swimsuit now comes in even more colors.

The Speedo Solid Flyback training swimsuit is the perfect swimsuit for maximum support without restricted motion. Made from top quality material that is made to last through many uses and washes, this Speedo swimsuit is perfect for swim team participants or those who work out in the water on a daily basis for fitness. You don’t have to worry about fading or stretching, no matter how many times you wear this great swimsuit. With thin straps over the shoulder for maximum movement in the water, yet maximum support across the back, swimmers of all ages and sizes love the support this suit provides. Now it is available in even more colors!

Solid

If you are looking for a solid swimsuit in all one color, the Speedo Solid Flyback comes in solid black or solid sapphire for a uniform look. The black swimsuit offers a sleek style for women of all sizes and shapes. Many women prefer black swimsuits because it is by far the most flattering color. The new sapphire swimsuit is another solid color that is less muted than black but still offers a flattering color for any figure.

Neutral Colors

For the perfectly neutral yet contrasting colors teams can choose from black and white or navy and white. These two standard colored suits are perfect for the modest swimmers who do not want to draw a lot of attention to themselves but want to look put together and uniform.

Black

For swimmers who want to capitalize on the flattery a solid black suit offers but don’t want to be completely dressed in black, Speedo offers black swimsuits with colored straps and outlines to give your suit a little attitude. You can choose from blue, pink, red or the new bright green outline on your flattering black suit to get the style of black with a little excitement in various colors. The bright green makes the boldest statement, but any of the colors add the perfect amount of excitement to any of these great suits.

More Colors

If you wish to venture away from the neutral, solid colors, you can also choose from navy with a red outline or the new charcoal with a pink outline, giving women a chance to embrace their femininity while swimming.

Speedo offers women a large variety of colors and styles when it comes to competitive swimsuits. The Speedo Solid Flyback is offered in a wide range of colors, making it possible for schools to match their team colors or for women to pick the color that matches their personality or one that flatters their figure the most.





How Women’s Competitive Swimwear Should Fit

17 10 2012
Competitive Swimwear

The right fit in competitive swimwear is critical to your overall performance.

When you are on a swim team or swim competitively, you have to worry about more than your swimming abilities. The fit of your competitive swimwear plays a large role in how well you swim. You need to ensure your swimsuit is one that does not restrict your movement but also allows for the least amount of resistance from the water. A swimsuit that is too tight will make you uncomfortable and restrict your movements, while a suit that is too loose will slow you down in the water. Your competitive swimwear should have more coverage than the standard swimsuit you’d wear to the beach to allow for fluid movement in the water. Taking the time to find the proper fitting swimsuit will allow you to show off your best swimming abilities.

Tight

You want your competitive swimwear to fit like a glove. It should be tight, but not so tight you cannot breathe or perform your motions easily. There should not be any loose areas that sag or pucker or any type of pulling on the seams. When you try the swimsuit on, stretch like you would in the water to ensure there is no pulling in the openings at the neck or legs. You want your competitive swimwear to be comfortably tight without cutting off your circulation and making it difficult to breathe.

Leg Openings

The leg openings should fit comfortably around your legs. They should not be too tight so they restrict your leg movements or dig into your legs, causing you discomfort while you swim. The leg openings should also not be too loose so water can get up into the openings because this will slow you down.

Straps

The straps should stay in the same position during all swim strokes. When you try the swimsuit on, move your arms in various swimming motions; the straps should stay in the same position, no matter how you move your arms. You should ensure the straps are not too loose because not only would they become a distraction, they will slow down your swimming times.

Chest

The competitive swimwear you choose should have ample coverage in the chest area. You don’t want it to completely flatten your chest, but you need proper support in that area to allow for fluid movement. Look for swimsuits with adjustable straps to ensure the perfect fit in the chest area.





Get Ready for Fall with a New Swim Warm-Up

10 10 2012
Warm-Up Suits

The right warm-up suit can bring your team together.

You can’t just jump in the water and start swimming, assuming you will do well. You need to get your body warmed up and ready to go. Many swimmers do this by stretching and performing other exercises before practice or a race. After you warm up, though, you need to find a way to keep your muscles warm until it is your turn to enter the pool. Choosing a swim warm-up suit is the perfect way to keep your muscles warm.

Speedo Boom Force Warm-Up Suits

The newest in the line of Speedo warm-up suits is the Speedo Boom Force warm-up suit, which is available in men’s, women’s and youth sizes. These new warm-up suits are available in a wide array of colors to allow you to choose just the right combination to represent your team. The jackets and pants are fully lined to provide for the greatest warmth possible. The jacket is equipped with zippered pockets so you can store whatever you need with you without worrying about anything falling out of your pockets.

Other Names in Swim Warm-Up Suits

Just because the Speedo Boom Force warm-up suits are the newest on the market doesn’t mean it is your only option. There are a wide variety of other warm-up suits for men, women and youth from the other big names in swim gear. Speedo makes additional warm-up suit options, providing swimmers with even more choices for colors and designs. Nike, TYR and Dolfin also offer team warm-up suits that will allow your team to remain warm after a warm-up before they enter the pool. Available in a variety of colors and featuring the logo of the company for which the warm-ups are made. When you take the time to browse the vast selection, you will be able to find just the right suit for your needs.

Warm-up suits are essential for anyone who is involved in competitive swimming. When you are working with a swim team, you can choose from the wide variety of colors, designs and companies so you can select a warm-up suit that is bound to please everyone on your team. When everyone is wearing their warm-up suit in your team colors, it will create a greater sense of unity for your team. Any way you can provide your team with that feeling of unity will only make you stronger.





The Importance of Choosing Competitive Swimwear

20 08 2012
Competitive Swimwear

Competitive swimwear offers additional benefits for swimmers over traditional swimwear.

If you are involved in competitive swimming, you understand you can’t just pick up any swimwear at your local store and expect to do well in the water. While the swimwear that is available at your local department store or other retailer is functional, looks great and does the job when you are swimming recreationally, they aren’t designed with racing in mind. This means you need to choose your competitive swimwear from an experienced retailer.

Fit

One of the biggest concerns with competitive swimwear is how it fits your body. When you will be using the suit for racing, you want a suit that will hug your features and won’t increase the drag of the water on your body. The sleek fit of the perfect competitive swimsuit will increase your ability to cut through the water smoothly with the least amount of resistance possible to enhance your natural performance.

Compression

While most competitive swimmers are incredibly fit, there is still a need for compression for certain areas of your body. This is one area where the typical swimsuit available from your local retailer won’t do the job necessary. This is why it is so important to look for competitive swimwear that is designed with this compression in mind to provide you with the enhanced performance you need to do well in the water.

Less Restrictive Materials

Suits that are created with competition in mind will be made from lighter materials that restrict movement less than the swimwear you will find in your local stores. Swimmers want to reduce their weight as much as possible in the water and require the ability to move freely so they can perform the movements necessary to propel themselves through the water quickly and efficiently. If your movement is restricted or your suit causes friction on your body, you won’t be able to swim as well, creating a negative impact on your swimming.

Getting involved in competitive swimming means you need to invest in quality competitive swimwear to be a contender in all your races. These swimsuits offer additional benefits to competitive swimmers over those you can find in your average store. These competitive swimsuits will be made from lightweight materials that don’t restrict your movements in any way. They also fit better than your average suit and provide you with the compression you need to become more aerodynamic in the water, improving your speed naturally.





Proper Care for Your Sport Swim Wear

13 08 2012
Competitive Swimwear Care

Taking proper care of your competitive swim suit is important.

Chlorine and the various other chemicals in the pool can be harmful to your sport swim wear. If you do not take proper care of your suit, you could shorten its life significantly. If you are a competitive swimmer, you probably go to great lengths to find the perfect suit that will allow you to swim fast and perform well. The material used to construct these suits is fragile. Manufacturers use these specially woven fabrics to increase speed by decreasing drag and increasing compression. The fragile material requires special care to lengthen the life of your competitive swim suit.

Rinse Your Swim Suit

This might seem like a waste of time, but the simple act of rinsing your swim suit right after getting out of the pool can add more use to your suit. This will remove the chlorine from your suit right away rather than sitting on the suit, causing damage while it waits to be laundered.

Washing the Chlorine Out

While rinsing is helpful, it does not get rid of all the chlorine. You should carefully wash your competitive swim suit as soon as possible. Washing it by hand is best because it allows for a gentle wash to preserve the fragile fabric of your suit. Simply add a few drops of mild laundry detergent to a sink full of water, turn your suit inside out and gently wash it. All it takes is a few gentle glides back and forth in the water to thoroughly wash it. Never use abrasive or harsh cleaners and avoid bleach at all costs.

Drying Your Suit

You will want to get rid of the excess water on your suit, but you must do this carefully. Excessive wringing can cause more damage to your suit than putting it through the washing machine. Simply give your suit a few gentle squeezes to get the excess water out. Once the excess water is out, lay your swim wear flat on a towel to allow it to dry. Never use the dryer because it will cause fading and shrinking.

If you follow these simple steps with your competitive swim suit, you will not only prolong the length of time you can use it, but you will also keep the specific features of each suit intact. This will allow you to increase your performance when you wear your sport swim wear.





Which Are the Best Brands for Competitive Swimwear?

10 08 2012
Competitive Swimwear

The Speedo LZR Elite Jammer is just one example of great competitive swimwear.

Competition swimming often requires a different type of swimwear than what you would wear for a leisurely swim at the beach or community pool. This is because competitive swimwear is designed to cut down on water resistance so you can swim as fast as your ability allows. As you seek the right swimsuit for you, it is important to know some of the top names in competitive swimsuits so you can choose the best.

Arena Swimwear

When you are considering your swimsuit for competition purposes, the Arena swimwear line is one of the best in the business. From the unique compression points and sleek design to the material, you will find just the right suit to meet your needs. For men, the Carbon Pro, XP and R-Evo+ are great options to provide you with optimal performance. For women, there are even more options among the Carbon Pro, XP and R-Evo+. Find the one that best suits your needs.

Speedo Swimwear

Speedo isn’t just a big name with your leisure swimwear; they are also one of the biggest names in competitive swimwear. When you choose a Speedo suit, you will know you have a top-quality suit that provides you with every advantage in the water. Some of the top suits in from this brand for both men and women include the Fastskin, LZR Elite and Aquablade.

TYR Swimwear

Another of the big names in competitive swimwear is the TYR line of suits for men and women. When it comes to the TYR line, you will be able to combine the design you need to do well in the water with great colors that will have you standing out from the rest of the crowd. The best TYR swimwear for your competition needs include the AP12 Compression and Tracer.

When you have a need for competitive swimwear, it is important to know which brands you can trust. You want swimwear that will provide you with the streamlining you need to cut through the water with the least resistance. No matter how good of a swimmer you are, too much resistance can be detrimental to your ability to win. When you choose a swimsuit from Arena, Speedo or TYR, you know you have one that will last and provide you with the features you need to be the best you can be in the water. The best swimsuits allow you to best showcase your own talents.





Arena Carbon Pro Swimsuits Give You the Speed You Need

30 07 2012
Arena Carbon Pro Kneeskin

The Arena Carbon Pro now also comes in red and blue.

If you have ever wondered how dolphins swim so fast and graceful, the secret is in their skin. It is not porous like human skin. This is what causes humans to naturally slow down in the water. For humans to mimic the speed and style of these gracious mammals, they need a racing swimsuit that reduces the amount of friction the body creates when they swim. Competitive swimmers everywhere strive to find the delicate balance between friction restriction and fluid movement.

Today, swimmers can find that perfection in the Arena Carbon Pro Kneeskin for women and the Arena Carbon Pro Jammer for men. A swimmer’s movements will become incredibly fluid and their speed like lightning, just like a beautiful dolphin, thanks to the latest technology involved in the Carbon Pro line.

Compression without Restriction

The Arena Carbon Pro racing suit is designed to give swimmers the ultimate speed in the water. This intellectual suit is the first suit to deliver the perfect amount of compression without restricting movement. Using its latest technology to lock down in the areas that most need the compression, this racing suit gives swimmers a fast, fluid movement with its perfectly balanced ratio of strength to weight. Swimmers require a suit that is light enough to go fast but strong enough to compress them in areas of their body that could slow them down.

A competition swimsuit needs to deliver power and strength but cannot restrict the necessary movement to make a swimmer go faster. This can be found in the Arena Carbon Pro line. With critical carbon fibers in the right places to compress the right areas of the body and elastic bonding tape covering the interior of the legs to perfect a swimmer’s kicks and dives, this racing swimsuit offers a swimmer the way to perfect their next race.

Competition Suits for Men and Women

Men and women who compete on swim teams need powerful swimsuits that are going to aid them in their races, not work against them. The good news is the answer is in the Arena Carbon Pro line. The even better news is that both the Arena Carbon Kneeskin and the Arena Carbon Jammer are available in new colors. The two latest colors include red and green. The classic black and royal blue are still available as well. Now swimmers can have the perfect suit for their big race in the color that coordinates with their team colors.








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