How to Stay Warm at Swim Meets This Season

How to Stay Warm at Swim Meets This Season

The typical season for your swim team may not be limited to the hot summer months where standing by the side of the pool in nothing but your competitive swimwear isn’t an issue. In fact, many seasons at least extend into the cooler fall months and may even edge toward winter. Some start in the spring months when the weather can still be quite cool. Regardless of the time frame during which your swim season occurs, you need to find ways to stay warm and keep your muscles ready to go.

Swim Warm Ups

For those months when it’s not too cold yet, swim warm ups are the ideal way to stay warm on the side of the pool. These suits are also good for use when the temperatures are still warm but you don’t want your muscles to cool down too much in between your races. Swim warm ups are relatively lightweight but are ideal for keeping your body warm, regardless of what the temperature is outside, and they’re stylish too. You can choose from a vast array of styles, colors and brands so you can find something that best complements the colors of your swim team or best reflects your personal sense of style.

A swim parka is ideal for the coldest swim meets.
Stay warm at cold weather swim meets with the help of a swim parka.

Swim Parkas

If you’re in an area where the temperatures get even cooler or you are someone who typically feels a bit colder while waiting on the side of the pool for your next race, you may be better off investing in a swim parka. Just like a traditional parka you may wear outside during the coldest winter months, these jackets are designed with extra insulation so you can trust they will keep you warm enough, even if it’s relatively cold outside. However, unlike their traditional counterparts, these swim parkas typically have built-in breathable panels to help with air flow, especially since your body and competitive swimwear will likely be wet. In addition, they usually have plenty of pockets to hold your swim goggles, MP3 player and anything else you may want to keep close on hand.

Staying warm by the side of the pool is essential to ensure you don’t catch a cold and to keep your muscles warmer in between your races. When the temperatures begin to cool or you are early in the swim season before the temperatures rise for the summer, you will need to invest in a swim warm up suit or swim parka to help regulate your body temperature and ensure you are ready to jump into the pool when it’s time for your race.

If you’re looking for a swim parka, swim warm ups or the best competitive swimwear in Dallas, contact us. We have everything swimmers need, whether competitively or casually.

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