About Speedo Fit
Speedo's much-anticipated line of water exercise products − Speedo Fit − marks a turning point for the swim giant. As aquatic exercise has become more accessible and more accepted, Speedo responded with a series of videos, equipment, classes, and a mobile app designed for exercisers of all levels, from professional athletes and fitness buffs to injured soldiers and seniors.
For Pros & Joes
Endorsed by athletes like pro football player, Fabian Moreau, and tennis champions, Bob and Mike Bryan, Speedo Fit's array of equipment and instruction are bound to up your game. But you don't have to be an elite athlete to enjoy the benefits of a Speedo Fit workout. Investing in a pair of Speedo hand buoys or a Speedo flotation belt outfits you for a full-body resistance workout. Speedo's new Hydroshredders are a perfect stand-in for the discontinued Hydro-Tone Bells. The Speedo Push Plate puts a modern spin on aquatic resistance devices, combining the resistive power of a kettle bell with the dynamic possibilities of a water workout.
Harnessing the Power of Water
The minds behind the Speedo Fit line are as impressive as the products. Speedo brought on Laird Hamilton − a sports model and one of the inventors of tow-in surfing. But, more importantly, he's a surfing legend and an icon in the watersports community. Speedo also partnered with EXOS, a multi-faceted "human performance" company that specializes in creating tailored athletic programs that cover the whole breadth of an athlete's needs, from health care to personal training to workplace wellbeing. EXOS claims a hand in 759 NFL draft picks, more than 750 military personnel rehabilitated and returned to duty, and over 400 corporate collaborations to maintain workplace wellness.
If you've been looking for aquatic workout gear that holds up to rigorous exercise and challenges you day after day, don't resist the urge to get Speedo Fit.