Tri Speed Swim

We are proud that The Reef Swim Camp,

as the first camp can offer training with

Tri Speed Swim.

After 2 years of intensive research & development, a revolutionary millstone is here.


Advantages of Tri Swim Speed:

Safety of swimming as a team.

Swimming with your friends calculate your average swim speed and divide into equal speed for every team, this makes the training become more competitive as the teams are spurred by each other.

The fastest and swimmer in each team will do a harder workout compared to when they swim alone. Tests have shown that the increased load of pulling a slower swimmer is favorable for finding the feeling for Early Vertical Forearm.

Tri Speed Swim makes swimming more challenged even for the slower swimmer who never had the opportunity to swim at a faster speed, even they can gain a higher workload due to the resistance of Tri Speed Swim generates.

This will improve stamina and stroke endurance.

The Tri Speed Swim is the perfect tool to work on your (streamline, alignment, bodyline) and hip rotation since you are in motion with the help of your teammate, so both swimmers contribute to the forward movement, unlike when swimming attached with bungee cord only the fastest swimmer does.

With the help of a faster swimmer pulling, even less advanced swimmers now can swim longer distances.

Even blind and visually impaired swimmers now have the opportunity for the first time to swim under the same conditions as sighted swimmers in open water.

Tri Speed Swim is developed by The Reef Swim Camp, the aim is allowing swimmers with a great difference in performance to train together.

Today swimrunners swim with a bungee cord; it works just as well as pairing two bikes in the same way.

Tri Speed Swim should be compared to a tandem bike where both cyclists contribute to the forward driving movement.

We organize III The Tri Speed Swim Challenge where we have 2 classes one for open water swimmers and the other for swimrun practitioners where it is allowed to use paddles, snorkel, and PULLBOUY. 19/12/2020

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