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Dive into an Underwater Concert

Workouts are just better with music. It’s easier to cycle through a spin class or run another mile when you’ve got music to motivate. But what about when you’re in the pool? Combining a swim workout with your favorite tunes was a challenge until SwiMP3 came along. Now it’s so easy to swim to the beat of an underwater concert that you might forget to come up for air.
SwiMP3.1G
Dive into an Underwater Concert

Workouts are just better with music. It’s easier to cycle through a spin class or run another mile when you’ve got music to motivate. But what about when you’re in the pool? Combining a swim workout with your favorite tunes was a challenge until SwiMP3 came along. Now it’s so easy to swim to the beat of an underwater concert that you might forget to come up for air.

A company called FINIS, founded by John Mix (top left) and Olympic gold medalist Pablo Morales (bottom, left), created the SwiMP3 music player. It attaches to swim goggles or a snorkeling mask. There are no ear buds required. Instead, the SwiMP3 relies on bone conduction technology. That means it transmits high-fidelity sound through the cheekbone to the inner ear, creating crystal clear underwater sound without disturbing nearby swimmers. You can listen to music while you’re swimming laps, and use the tunes to help you stay motivated and maintain your ideal rhythm and pace throughout the workout. SwiMP3 has all the usual features of an MP3 player, including a rechargeable battery, 1 gigabyte memory capacity (for storing up to 240 songs), volume control, shuffle, and pause.

With SwiMP3, swimming really rocks.

Buy the music in this video from The Beach Project on iTunes now