SUPERSWIM is easy to install – Just follow our simple instructions which are also included with every base mount product.
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From Wikipedia’s article on swimming … Swimming is an excellent form of exercise. Because the density of the human body is very similar to that of water, the body is supported by the water and less stress is therefore placed on joints and bones. Swimming is frequently used as an exercise in rehabilitation after injuries or for those with disabilities.
Resistance swimming is a form of swimming exercise undertaken either for athletic or therapeutic purposes. In optimal circumstances, it lends itself to any stroke the swimmer wishes to perform.
As the diagram indicates, there are 4 forces working on your body when you are swimming in the water.
Your body has a natural bouyancy or tendancy to float. Because the human body has a similar density to water, it can float given certain efforts and conditions. Your weight or mass pulls you deeper into the water and acts as the anchor force. When swimming, the hands and feet generate thrust, propelling you forward, and the turbulance created by your body travelling through the water is a form of drag that continuously slows you down.
As these diagrams indicate, the left shows a typical swimmer who’s legs and feet are too deep in the water during swiiming and as such is producing excess drag, slowing him or herself down and reducing their overall performance dramatically.
This next diagram shows a swimmer who has been using SUPERSWIM and has trained himself to maintain the correct swimming posture.
As these pictures indicate, SUPERSWIM is very easy to use. Simply put on the belt, walk into the water and begin swimming naturally. As you swim, the SUPERSWIM will pull back creating resistance and allowing you to swim as if in a lap pool or circuit pool that never ends – hence the term Endless Swimming Pool.