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Long elastic cord with neoprene belt - tethered swimming By Mad Wave

69.95 €
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Availability: In stock
SKU: 009810
Brand: Mad Wave
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Mad Wave Tethered Swimming LONG elastic cord with BELT




The 2” (5cm) with neoprene padded waist belt is connected with a sliding attachment. The cord is a 6m long latex tube for resisted swim out and speed assisted swim back. The sliding attachmentmoves freely around the belt for more freedom of movement. The cord can be extended for about 20 m.

4 resistance levels are available:
  • Level 1 (silver): Beginners
    1,3 - 3,6 kg of pull

  • Level 2 (yellow): Advanced
    2,2 - 6,3 kg of pull

  • Level 3 (green): Professionals
    3,6 - 10,8 kg of pull

  • Level 4 (red): Elite Team Athletes
    5,4 - 13,9 kg of pull


Length when not pulled of approx. 6 meters

Tethered swimming is perfect to train strength endurance and stamina. The swimmer himself recognizes if his technique beginns to weaken because from this moment the tube will pull him back more. This enables the swimmer to put more efforts to correct technique even when exhaustion beginns.

Mad Wave Tethered Swimming LONG elastic cord with BELT




The 2” (5cm) with neoprene padded waist belt is connected with a sliding attachment. The cord is a 6m long latex tube for resisted swim out and speed assisted swim back. The sliding attachmentmoves freely around the belt for more freedom of movement. The cord can be extended for about 20 m.

4 resistance levels are available:
  • Level 1 (silver): Beginners
    1,3 - 3,6 kg of pull

  • Level 2 (yellow): Advanced
    2,2 - 6,3 kg of pull

  • Level 3 (green): Professionals
    3,6 - 10,8 kg of pull

  • Level 4 (red): Elite Team Athletes
    5,4 - 13,9 kg of pull


Length when not pulled of approx. 6 meters

Tethered swimming is perfect to train strength endurance and stamina. The swimmer himself recognizes if his technique beginns to weaken because from this moment the tube will pull him back more. This enables the swimmer to put more efforts to correct technique even when exhaustion beginns.