On a swimming sports watch you can enter the length of the pool. Based on this, the watch measures how many strokes you make per lane. Most sports watches also record the distance, time and how many calories you burn during a swimming session. Some watches recognise your swimming style, such as breaststroke or chest crawl.
The SWOLF score gives a good impression of your swimming condition. The watch adds the number of strokes per lane to the time it took you to swim the lane. It says something about the effectiveness of your swimming performance. The lower your score, the better your performance.
To measure your efforts while swimming, work at a consistent pace and avoid unintentional breaks with the Tempo Pro trainer from FINIS. The Tempo Pro trainer fits under your swim cap and beeps at set intervals so you can time your strokes.
Electronics that can be used in the swimming pool such as the Finis Tempo Trainer Pro.