Watch for Swimming Simplifies Lap Counting, Reports Swimovate Watches

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A watch for swimming that features an automatic swimming lap counter can improve your practice sessions, reported Swimovate Watches, creators of the Poolmate Pro

A watch for swimming makes it easy to track practice session progress, Swimovate Watches® recently reported. The athlete-run company, who recently released the Poolmate Pro swimming lap counter watch that works with the Poolmate Pro version 2.0 software, announced that a watch for swimming should be a part of every swimmer’s practice. Lisa Irlam, Swimovate CEO and tri-athlete said “Utilizing a watch for swimming can help swimmers get more out of every session. Our Poolmate Pro watch for swimming keeps track of every stroke and it’s easy to download your practice data for quick analysis using our exclusive software. Being able to track your progress over time is the key to maintaining a successful swim training program.”

A watch for swimming like the Poolmate Pro from Swimovate Watches can make a huge difference in training efforts. According to Irlam, this is the first time that swimmers have had access to a high quality training tool that can be used in and out of the pool. Irlam said, “In the past, swimmers had to rely on manual counters, and a lot of valuable data was being missed. With the Poolmate Pro, your data is stored electronically and it’s easy to track your performance and make adjustments when you see areas where you can improve. “

Swimovate Watches has been providing innovative training tools like the Poolmate and Poolmate Pro swimming watch for swimmers since 2007. The company is made up of serious athletes who understand what swimmers need when it comes to maximizing training efforts and getting accurate session data. Swimovate consists of an enthusiastic group of talented entrepreneurs who also happen to be triathletes. The team has competed in a variety of athletic events, including Ironman events around the world, and is dedicated to helping swimmers of all abilities achieve their goals. For more information, please visit

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