Enjoy a Great Low Price on High School Team Suits

30 08 2013
Competitive Swimwear

The Speedo Aquablade competitive swimwear is an excellent low-cost option.

Many people begin focusing on competitive swimming around the high school years. Whether they have been training for years or they are just getting started, this is some of the first experiences people have with competitive swimming. Some people continue in the sport after high school, while others stop once high school is over. In either case, paying a lot for competitive swimwear isn’t an option for most high schoolers. Therefore, you need to find a low-cost option for competitive swimwear at this level.

Speedo Aquablade Recordbreaker Swimwear

Women who are competing at a high school level can save money by choosing the Speedo Aquablade Recordbreaker swimsuit. This incredible suit is FINA compliant and made from a durable fabric that features natural channels that help swimmers move through the water with less resistance. This provides less drag and is actually more slippery than natural skin. The fabric is also chlorine-resistant, which means it will last for a much longer period of time than many other low-cost swim suits available on the market. The suit is available in black, royal blue and navy for some variety.

Speedo Aquablade Jammer

High school level men can also experience the incredible benefits with the Speedo Aquablade Jammer, designed specifically to help men move through the water seamlessly. The stripes on the suit are actually channels through which the water naturally runs, allowing swimmers to experience less resistance and drag, which can really slow down a swimmer. The men’s version of this swimwear is available in black, royal blue and navy, as well as an additional color, sapphire. This provides high school men with a great variety from which to choose.

Competitive swimming can be an expensive sport, making it difficult for people to participate in a swim program on a high school level. Many high schoolers aren’t sure if they want to participate in swimming after high school. Those who do aren’t likely to have a lot of money to spend on the equipment. When it comes to high school competitive swimwear, choosing something that doesn’t cost a lot of money and is incredibly durable is the greatest option. Speedo offers the Aquablade swimwear line for both men and women, giving high school swimmers a great option that costs less than $100 for a swimsuit that should last through several seasons.





Best Women’s Racing Swimsuits for College Conference and High School Championships

26 11 2012

When it comes to swimming competitively, you need to make sure you have just the right suit to do well in the water. It doesn’t matter what level you are on, it is important to learn to swim well with the right type of suit. When it comes to college conference and high school championships, you need to choose from the best racing swimsuits to increase your chances of a successful meet.

Speedo LZR Elite Recordbreaker Kneeskin

The Speedo LZR Elite Recordbreaker Kneeskin is a FINA approved design that provides swimmers with the best power, form and accuracy to allow each swimmer to use their strengths to their advantage. This suit is manufactured from material that provides the maximum compression to help the body glide through the water with less resistance. The bonded seams and conforming fit give swimmers less drag and a comfortable fit that doesn’t restrict movement, helping them move through the water more easily. Speedo also uses a special plasma treatment to reduce absorbency.

Arena Carbon Pro Open Back Kneeskin

The Arena Carbon Pro Open Back Kneeskin is another popular choice for college and high school swimming. Available in four different colors, this competitive swimsuit provides swimmers with optimal muscle compression for enhanced performance without restricting movement. The suit allows each swimmer to gain the perfect fit for support, efficiency and power in the water, helping her propel herself above and beyond the competition. Made from carbon fibre, this FINA-approved suit keeps its shape, no matter how much it stretches.

Speedo LZR Pro Recordbreaker Kneeskin

Similar to its sister suit listed above, the Speedo LZR Pro Recordbreaker Kneeskin is made from the unique Pulse material that provides greater durability and a more comfortable fit for optimal performance in the water. With its contrasting gold stitching, this FINA-approved suit looks great in and out of the water, all while providing the swimmer with an advanced fit and low drag to increase speed and efficiency in the water.

Arena Powerskin R-Evo+ Kneeskin

The fourth in the line of best women’s racing suits for both the college and high school levels is the Arena Powerskin R-Evo+ Kneeskin. This suit is FINA-approved and has been proven to be the fastest, lightest piece of competitive swimwear available for women. In addition to its extremely light weight, it also provides the perfect fit and compression to enhance movement through the water. With its one-piece design and absence of stitching on the front, this suit proves to be efficient in the water with the least amount of drag with incredible stability and proper alignment in the water.





Choosing High School Swim Team Suits

7 02 2012

Choosing high school swim team suits revolve around what the coach and

Choosing High School Swim Team Suits

school district or region require. Just as there are requirements for professional swimmers, many school districts and regions have their own list of requirements for high school swim team suits. These requirements are typically outlined for parents and students at the beginning of the school year and sometimes prior to a student joining the team.

1. Choose quality swim suits. Quality swim suits will stand the test of numerous swim practices. Many high school swim team students spend hours a day in the pool. Chlorine eats through cheap fabrics, which will wear down and thin out over the course of a few months. You don’t want to have to go back and buy more practice suits, so choose high quality swim suits for both practice and competitive suits.

2. Buy the best you can afford. Most high schools do not require any particular suit for practice. Shop smart and compare prices when buying practice suits for a student. Buy the best quality you can afford so the suit lasts through many practices. The average high school swim team student will wear out 1-2 swim suits a year, so be prepared to invest in 3-4 suits (at least) for the school year.

3. Experiment with prints and colors. Some swimmers start out thinking solids or school colors are best. You will be wearing these suits numerous times per week. A solid navy blue suit can get boring fast. Instead opt for some of the interesting prints and patterns done by major brands like Speedo and Dolfin.

4. Know that you double up. Most swimmers wear at leasttwo suits layered during practice. This is to create a drag for the swimmer, allowing him or her to feel lighter when they eventually wear one suit during competition. Because of this you will need at least four suits to practice in, but you may need more if you are swimming both morning and night every day of the week.

Taking these things into account when choosing high school swim team suits will help you make the best choice. A few suits is needed and colors and prints can be fun to wear when you’re reaching for suits so often. Remember to abide by any high school or regional regulations for competitive swim suits. These regulations usually do not effect your practice gear, but you may want to abide by them so a swimmer has the same feel during practice as when competing.








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