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Aqua Sphere Stationary Swimmer

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product details

The Aqua Sphere Stationary Swimmer provides a great exercise and training alternative for aquatic and fitness enthusiasts by transforming any pool into limitless lap swimming venue. With chords that provide enough give and stretch to allow you to swim without being restricted, the Aqua Sphere Stationary Swimmer is a device that will provide hours of quality exercise and training benefits for swimmers of all levels.

  • It can be used to tone muscles, burn calories, and improve stroke mechanics.
  • It also makes a great teaching aid.
  • Adjustable straps for ultimate comfort
  • Quick release buckle for increased safety

reviews

(2 Reviews)


Aqua Sphere Stationary Swimmer

Pedro, Puerto

Great item, simple, and it's true, it's chafe free. Now I can take the best of my home pool.

Aqua Sphere or Tyr belt?

GT, Houston

I've tied both the Aqua sphere (ankle wraps) and Tyr (waistbelt) tethers, and have found both to be effective for swimming in a backyard pool, and far cheaper than building a bigger pool. In terms of value, the aqua sphere is a more complex product; the Tyr belt is basically a belt with a bungee cord. I've only used these a few times, so it is too early to assess quality and longevity. I found the ankle-wrap style to be prefereable for flutter-kicking; because the Tyr uses a line that passes right up to the belt, it can get in the way unless it is raised well out of the water. For breastroke, I actually prefer the Tyr belt; the ankle wraps boost the kicking phase, rather than providing resistance against it, and the stroke seems to go more naturally with the waistbelt tether. So far, I haven't seen much difference on the dolphin kick, but I don't have good form anyway, so I'll let someone else comment on that one.