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Guide to Buying Swim Goggles

If you are serious about swimming, then you will also need to be serious about protecting your eyes. This is where swim goggles come in. For beginners, choosing a pair of swim goggles can be overwhelming. Do you get the polarized ones? Do you need mirrored goggles? And why is there such a big price range?

This guide will help you choose the best goggles based on your type of swimming.

Outdoor or Indoor Swimming?

If you are swimming in the outdoors during the day, then you will want to get mirrored goggles. Consider how bright the sun will be when choosing the tint of the goggles. A darker tint will block glare, but it will also make it harder to see.

If you are swimming in the ocean
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How to Buy a Women’s Competition Swimsuit Online

If you are looking for a women’s competition swimsuit, then it is probably best to shop online. By shopping online, you will find many more options and probably at lower prices than at a specialty store. However, shopping online comes with the distinct disadvantage that you won’t be able to try the swimsuit on before buying. To make sure you get the right swimsuit, follow these tips for shopping online.

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Best Material for Competitive Swimwear

If you are a competitive swimmer, then you know the importance of choosing the right swimwear. The wrong choice will mean more drag and will compromise your performance. There is a lot of controversy about which material is best for competition swimwear. Here are the major options and the pros and cons of each.

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History of Swimwear Material

At the start of the 20th century, swimsuits were mostly designed for modesty. They were made from materials like wool and could weigh several pounds. When swimming gained popularity as a sport in the 1920s, there were still no brands making swimsuits for racing. Swimmers had a difficult time finding swimsuits which were tight fitting (at least by the standards of the time) and lightweight.

In 1928, the brand which would become known as Speedo revolutionized competitive swimming when they introduced their Racerback swimsuit. The swimsuit was a one-piece with a Y back and a shorts-style bottom. It immediately became popular with male swimmers, though it was considered too risqué to be worn at beaches and was banned in public.

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5 Types of Competitive Swimwear

If you are a competitive swimmer, then you want to be as streamlined as possible so you can cut through the water without resistance. To do this, you will need a tight-fitting swimsuit designed for training or competition. Here are the main types of competitive swimwear that today’s swimmers have to choose from.

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Gift Ideas for the Swimmer in Your Life

Have a swimmer in your life who is celebrating a birthday or other big event? These swimmer gift ideas are sure to please!

Swim Hand Paddles

Swim hand paddles look a bit like oven mitts made out of soft plastic. They are worn over the hand while swimming to increase the resistance against the water. If the swimmer’s hand is at an incorrect angle, then the paddle will twist, letting the swimmer know if his/her error. Remember, you choose swim hand paddles by skill, not hand size! Smaller sizes are for beginners with larger paddles being for more experienced swimmers.

Swim Goggles

Unfortunately, swimmers tend to lose their goggles rather frequently. This
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How to Count Swimming Laps

If you are training for a triathlon or any long-distance swimming event, then you will need to keep track of the number of laps you do while swimming. Some people try to do this in their head, and there are even all sorts of mind tricks for remembering which lap you are on. For example, some people only count even number laps, some say the number of the lap as a mantra while swimming, and some others will switch up their swimming with each lap.

Unless you are very good at keeping track of numbers in your head while also focusing on swimming, you probably will lose count of your swim laps. That is why it is better to rely on a swim lap counter.

When Training Alone

If you are training alone, then
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