Troy, MI (PRWEB) August 14, 2013
Swimovate USA, the leading North American distributor of the best-selling automatic lap counter watches for swim training, has recently announced a new guide on how amateur swimmers can improve stroke efficiency.
Stroke efficiency refers neither to the speed or length at which a swimmer strokes, but rather is a measure of how hard a swimmer works in order to get their speed or distance. The guide goes in-depth about how stroke speed and length must be balanced for ideal swimming prowess. It can be viewed here.
Tyler Smith, spokesman for Swimovate USA said: "Part of working within the swimming community is joining the greater conversation and helping swimmers of all levels improve their swimming. This short guide on stroke efficiency will be one of the many steps Swimovate USA takes in further pushing swim training."
Swimovate's PoolMate series of watches come standard with automatic lap, calorie, speed, and distance calculators. Additionally, PoolMates automatically calculate stroke efficiency for the user, removing the need for any calculations by hand. A chart can be found on swimovateusa.com that indicates to the swimmer the quality of their stroke based on their efficiency index.
About Swimovate USA:
Swimovate USA, the North American distributor of the Poolmate Pro and Poolmate HR swimming laps counter watches, provides helpful information and resources for swimmers that can improve their training efforts. Swimovate 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 SwimovateUSA.com.