Practice Swimsuits Preserve Your Competitive Swimwear

16 11 2012
Practice Swimsuits

Practice swimwear preserves your competitives swimwear.

Competitive swimmers spend a lot of time in the pool, practicing so they are able to swim their best when the meets arrive. However, because of the harsh conditions of swimming, including chlorine from the pool, perspiration and the chemicals in sunscreen, the material from which many swimsuits is made will begin to break down. While many competitive swimsuits are made from materials designed to resist these conditions, they will still break down over time.

Low-Cost Options

Practice swimwear is a great low-cost option, allowing you to enjoy the quality swimsuits required to swim well without putting excess wear on your expensive competitive swimwear. The swimsuits you use for practice will be in the pool a lot more than those you use for meets. Because you won’t spend a lot of money on these swimsuits, you won’t feel guilty when you have to replace this suit more often. In general, the suit you practice in really doesn’t matter much, though it can impact your times so you need to make sure you are still using suits designed for competitive use.

Random Suits

One of the best ways to purchase the low-cost practice swimwear you need to perfect your stroke in the pool is to purchase a random practice suit. When you choose this method of purchasing a low-cost suit with which to practice, you won’t know the company, style, color or design of the suit you will receive. You simply choose between a men’s or women’s suit and indicate your size. Then you will receive a random suit. One of the greatest benefits of receiving a random suit with which to practice is it will give you the challenge of swimming in a different style of suit, allowing you to better your ability to swim, no matter what you wear. This can have a positive impact on your overall performance.

Your performance in the pool depends greatly on the amount of time you spend practicing in the pool. Because the constant swimming in the pool can have a negative impact on your competitive swimwear over time, it is often best to have a few practice suits on hand to use for practices. These suits often cost less and can be purchased at random so you don’t know what kind of suit you will be dealing with. This can help you become a better swimmer overall.





Practice Swimsuit Sale

2 04 2010

D&J Sports Swimshop is having a sale on their female and male practice swimsuits. They have lycra female practice swim suits and polyester female practice suits on sale. Plus they also have great deals on male jammer practice suits and male brief practice swim suits. Order $65 or more from D&J Sports and get free shipping also.





How to fit a female practice suit

23 04 2009
Ok so you want to buy a practice suit or grab bag suit, but you don’t know what size? Don’t worry here is a little advice to help you out. Your race suit should be at least one size smaller than your practice suits. When you try one on make sure when you pull the strap up it doesn’t go up to your ear, then it is too big. Your practice suit should just be comfortable and it should be slightly tight but not too much. Just put on what feels the best. It doesn’t matter too much as long as it fits. For practice suits, you want them a comfortable size because you wear them for long periods of time. Your racing suit should feel tight. It will loosen up in the water, but I like mine to feel like a second skin. Ok so now you know how the practice suits fit, now you need somewhere to get a good deal? There are lot’s of great deals at D&J Sports on grab bag swimsuits.







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