Stationary Swim Trainers and Swim-in-Place Kits

Tethered Swimming is for:

  • Competitive Swimmers in backyard pools
  • Triathletes
  • Exercise fans
  • Vacation swim training

  • 3 different systems to tether you for swimming in place

    1. Basic Stationary Swim Trainer (see below)
    2. Half Long stretch cords
    3. Lane Line Stationary Swim Trainer (which is only for competitive pools with lane lines and not covered here).

    For our first 2 options we also offer a range of kits for swim-in-place training in small pools.

  • Please scroll down this page to see more about our swim-in-place kits to ensure your workouts are engaging and challenging!/div>
  • Dig deeper into swim in place exercises and workouts with an article on this topic before you buy. (click here)

How to choose between your tether options for backyard pools:

Basic Stationary Swim Trainer

  • Super long non-stretch adjustable tether (up to 25 feet from attachment)
  • Easy to attach to attach any stationary point on the deck
  • Easy to adjust the length to position yourself where you need to swim
  • See below for more details

Half Long Cord

  • Full length stretch cord (stretches up to 40 ft total) allows you to monitor your effort by watching items on the floor
  • Can ‘lap swim’ in a short pool with resistance in 1 direction and assistance in the other
  • See below for more details

 

For set ideas w/ Basic Stationary Kits: CLICK HERE

Basic Stationary Swim Trainer
  • Short stretch cord to act as a shock absorber
  • Super long non-stretch adjustable tether (up to 25 feet from attachment)
  • Easy to attach to attach any stationary point on the deck
  • Easy to adjust the length to position yourself where you need to swim


    Half Long Cord Kits
  • Full length stretch cord (stretches up to 40 feet total)
  • The full length cord allows you to monitor your effort by watching items on the floor
  • Ideal for practicing flip turns in and out of your walls
  • Ideal for coach resisted or assisted swimming
  • Can ‘lap swim’ in a short pool with resistance in 1 direction and assistance in the other
  • Comes in different resistance levels
  • The negative is that you will have to find ways to attach the cord far enough away so it will hold you in a certain spot in your pool for stationary swimming (wrap it around your diving board a few times… attach to the back fence, etc…)