Swimming & Fitness blog

Savanna Freeman
Delphin Lap Tracking App and Companion App

Delphin Lap Tracking App and Companion App

Are you looking for a new way to track your laps in the pool?Have you tried using different kinds of watches or apps to track your laps, but can't find one that works as well as you would like?Luckily for all swimmers out there, Underwater Audio has created a new app that will blow the other lap tracking apps and devices out of the water (pun intended). What's the App? The app is called Lap Tracking. The name is simple, and right to the point.Lap Tracking is available on either the Delphin or the Apple Watch, so if you don't...

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Angeli Butler
Underwater Audio Music: Exercise Playlist

Underwater Audio Music: Exercise Playlist

Welcome to Underwater Audio’s regular blog feature: Underwater Audio Exercise Playlist! We’ll be providing a customized playlist, complete with information on where to purchase the songs and, since we’re big believers in the power of music in exercise, ideas on how to use them in your workout. Do you have a favorite song, album, or playlist? We’d love to hear about it. Share your favorites, or...

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'90s Playlist

'90s Playlist

“1990s” playlist This Underwater Audio playlist is all about the ’90s! Hearken back to the dearly departed age of neon windbreakers, Beanie Babies, and ski clothes that weren’t monochromatic. You may find some old songs that you’ve heard a hundred times, some songs that you recognize but never learned the titles of, or some songs you’ve never heard of. No matter what, something in this playlist is for you.Black Hole Sun – Soundgarden 5:20 | 94Lump – The Presidents of the United States of America 2:14 | 143Poison – Bell Biv Devoe 4:21 | 112Smells LIke Teen Spirit – Nirvana 5:01 | 117Black and...

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Andrew McUne
Infant Swimming: Is It Safe?

Infant Swimming: Is It Safe?

As with all things parenting, the question of whether to take infants swimming is filled with controversy. Opinions on baby swimming lessons are many and varied. Here, we take a look at some accredited studies and expert opinions to shed some light on the subject. The scientific studies we reference here primarily examine children aged 1-4 years; most of our discussion will be on the early side of that range. The Cons Environmental Hazards When chlorine mixes with, ahem, certain organic substances, it creates a compound called trichloramine. Trichloramine is associated with eye and skin irritation, that lingering chlorine smell,...

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