Power Tower Helps With High Intensity Sprint Training

PHOENIX, Arizona, August 11. LIKE its predecessor the Power Rack, the Power Tower is to be used in high intensity sprint training. Water buckets are attached to aircraft cabling and the cable is attached to a velcro belt.

Differences from the Power Rack include:
• 25-meter cables compared to 10.5-yard cables.
• Refillable water buckets instead of weights for an overall lighter machine.
• Non-corrosive aluminum frame.
• Dual buckets, cables and belts for two swimmers as opposed to one.

The swimmer attaches the belt to his waist and then, in the water, pushes from the wall as if doing a normal wind sprint, lifting the bucket in the Power Tower as the athlete swims away from the machine.

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The Power Tower conditions the swimmer while in the water and aids in the development of the power and speed requisite for success in competition. Unlike free weights or other equipment of this nature designed to be used on land, the Power Tower is adaptable to all four strokes and allows the swimmer to use his/her legs as he/she would naturally.

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