Now Shipping – New Speedo Olympic Racing Suit

Now Shipping – New Speedo Olympic Racing Suit

Find out which competitive swimwear is ideal for the Olympics.
Competitive swimwear can make all the difference in your performance.

They Olympics may still be a year away, but it’s never too early to start thinking ahead and get your competitive swimwear order in. Now is the ideal time to order your Speedo LZR Racer X Open Back Kneeskin, Jammer or other competition swimsuit so you can start training and be ready when the race season begins.

Enjoy Stretch Fabric Technology

One of the greatest advantages of this team swimwear is the stretch fabric technology. This means the swimwear will hug your body as if it were a second layer of skin. It will conform to every curve and is designed to provide the compression you need to properly support your body as you swim. In addition to compression, this fabric will give you the freedom of motion you require to move more effectively through the water.

New Support Seams

The new Speedo LZR Racer X Open Back Kneeskin and jammer have more new features that help swimmers improve their performance. For instance, the new support seams are designed to give swimmers support in all the right places. In addition to giving swimmers the appropriate support, these seams will reduce the drag swimmers experience in the water, which can help swimmers preserve their energy so they can swim faster for longer.

A Comfortable Fit

Perhaps one of the best reasons to choose this team swimwear is the comfortable fit you can expect. When swimmers wear competitive swimwear for hours at the pool, whether they’re training or they’re competing, it’s important to make sure they can feel comfortable throughout the time. The latest in Speedo competition swimsuits will provide this level of comfort, including precision comfort straps. There’s no reason to spend hours in the pool in a suit that pulls or restricts your movement, which can harm your performance.

As you look ahead to the summer Olympics, whether you’re looking to Rio 2016 or Tokoyo 2020, it’s time to buy the right team swimwear to help you train and prepare. Technical swimsuits, such as the Speedo LZR Racer X Open Back Kneeskin, can provide the compression and support you need, all while providing a comfortable fit and the freedom of motion swimmers rely on. With the right tools, you can be a strong competitor in the upcoming Olympic Games.

If you’re looking for the best competitive swimwear so you can perform your best, contact us. D&J Sports can provide the quality swimwear you need to be a better swimmer and stay competitive.

Warm up before a Swim Meet to Boost Performance

Warm up before a Swim Meet to Boost Performance

Prepare with proper swim warm ups.
Swim warm ups ensure you are ready for the big race.

Swim warm ups aren’t for show. This lightweight exercise brews copious benefits that would be filtered if skipped. Understanding why swim warm ups are important and what you can do to maximize your time will enhance your performance.

Swim Team Warm ups are Beneficial For

  • Better Performance – Light warmups help to improve oxygen and blood flow, which is useful for stamina and endurance.
  • Foils Injuries – Athletes are prone to a range of strains and sprains to the muscles and joints due to fast and furious activity. Warmups prep the body for a rigorous workout so the shock effect is minimized. A good warmup can also reduce heart complications due to heavy training.
  • Getting Ready Mentally – Every successful athlete knows the right mindset is only half the battle. The rest is talent, preparation and sheer grit. Each new warmup gears the athlete and teammates to meet the challenges ahead with a can-do attitude. It’s a part of the reason why swim team warm ups will usually include a team song or chant to help build momentum toward overcoming hurdles.

Tips for Swim Warm Ups

Now that you know the benefits of a good warm-up, here are some tips:

  • Arrive on Time – Pro swimmers should set aside at least 30 minutes in advance to catch the warm up, not just the grueling exercise coaches will insist on. The warm up can take as few as 10 minutes, depending on the extent of practice needed.
  • The Type of Warmup – Light aerobics are usually recommended. Teams should start off with shorter, low-key versions, then build speed and intensity gradually for the real practice.
  • Keep Your Eye on the Prize – While gently easing into training, keep in mind the goals you have for the day, including a new skill you want to perfect or a new personal best.

Some examples of sample team warm ups include light swims for approximately five minutes, stretches or jumping jacks, climbing in and out of the pool and others that may be recommended by a coach.

D&J Sports offers a new, low cost option for swim suit warmups. It’s a budget-friendly jacket that features durable polyester, an iPod pocket to boost workouts, a front zipper and the revered Dolfin logo to the left. The warm up jacket is built for men and women. Contact us to learn about sizing, bulk orders, custom gear and more.