Swimfassst

Swimfassst - Revolutionary Swimming technique training aid! Have you always wanted to swim fast?

Well now you can, with the new Swimfassst stroke-training device, your own personal swimming trainer. This amazing new training aid is guaranteed to...

Improve your swimming technique after one use
Provide a relaxed, economical & streamlined stroke, with correct front of catch and better rotation
Provide an easier understanding of swimming, and how to develop a great stroke

Swim fast with Swimfassst

Finding the swimming 'Sweet Spot', guaranteed to improve your swimming stroke


Have you always wanted to swim fast?


Well now you can, with the new Swimfassst stroke-training device, your own personal swimming trainer. This amazing new training aid is guaranteed to...

  • Improve your swimming technique after one use
  • Provide a relaxed, economical & streamlined stroke, with correct front of catch and better rotation
  • Provide an easier understanding of swimming, and how to develop a great stroke

Book a lesson now


Improve Your Swimming Overnight! 

The Swimfast swimming device will provide swimmers with the ability to understand and self-train the correct swimming technique by way of basic drills performed with the device. Forcing you to achieve correct front of stroke angles, streamlining, body roll, and muscle memory.


BACKGROUND


As a past Australian Representative swimmer & surf swimmer, and a coach in these sports - I have had an interest in swimming technique for many years. I have myself continued to swim for personal satisfaction, and in doing this have learnt significantly more about technique through coaching and observing.


I have noticed a growing trend in swimming, and a greater need for people to choose this sport due to its stress free and injury free nature, community enjoyment, and other benefits & qualities including therapy. Swimming has also been enhanced in the sporting world in recent forms, such by ocean swimming and masters swimming, complimenting swimming, triathlon, surf swimming, and also learn to swim as a means to survival in aquatic environments.


As competitive swimmers - we spent countless hours in the pool developing efficient strokes using drills and form strokes (butterfly and breaststroke) to improve the catch and a distinct action at the front end of stroke (which is commonly known as early verticle forearm EVF). However poor or late swimmers have not been given this development opportunity and in some cases, swimming coaches have failed to identify this as the most important part of an economical and efficient swimming stroke. Due to this growing trend is the need for swimmers to beat their times or peers in events by training harder, yet swimmers are losing track of why they are not improving by ignoring the obvious - their inefficient technique