Resistance has never been available in this form, and it provides swimmers the ability to gain power, strength, and speed to see greater results than using traditional outdated resistance training devices. We want to change the way coaches and swimmers see resistance training to take it from being an extension of a program to becoming the core foundation of a program. Any type of resistance that pulls an athlete back, up, or down will alter their stroke. With the X1 series, swimmers can feel true resistance teaching them to grab and hold the water and pull in the correct direction, allowing for quicker engagement.

Stroke Errors    Stroke Correction
Freestyle 
  • Out front arm/hand wide   
  • Hand slips wide when out front 
  • Hand pulls out early/wide on finish  
  • Hits line and knows has to reach further in front
  • Hits line and knows to grab water with elbows up and pull back not out
  • Hits line and knows has to finish all the way through
Backstroke
  • Arms too wide
  • Too shallow pull 
  • Hand pulls out early/wide on finish
  • Hits line and knows must reach further behind head
  • Hits line and knows have to rotate shoulders to deeper pull
  • Hits line and knows has to finish all the way through
Butterfly  
  • Out front arms to wide
  • Hand slips wide when out front 
  • Hand pulls out early/wide on finish
  • Hits line and knows has to reach further in front
  • Hits line and knows to grab water elbows up and pull back not out
  • Hits line and knows has to finish all the way through
Breaststroke 
  • Out front arms to wide
  • Hand slips wide when out front
  • Kick to high and out
  • Hits line and knows has to reach further in front
  • Hits line and knows to grab water and pull back not out
  • Hits line and knows must kick deeper and back
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