SWIMTAG

 

 

 

 

 

 

Love swimming but hate counting lengths? Why not try SWIMTAG®.

Do not take our word for how good it is, why not read what our member has to say about SWIMTAG®.

 

"I was so pleased to be introduced to SWIMTAG® by Lea.

Not only does it tell me how many lengths I've done (I always lose count!) it tells me how many calories I've used and which stroke I've used.

Although my crawl is so badly performed SWIMTAG® tells me I did back stroke!

I am always extremely happy when it recognises that I did manage the odd length of crawl! I also find the challenges useful as an incentive to continue to plough up and down the pool, it gives the swim more purpose."

                             Kim - Swimming Member at Dorking Sports Centre.

 

 

If you want to make waves in our pool then it’s time to start using SWIMTAG® - our very own wearable technology which tracks your swim, counts your lengths and acts as a training aid for every level of swimmer.

 

Our top reasons for using SWIMTAG®  when you swim are…

  • Motivation - swim further, faster and for longer!
  • Surprise yourself – see your progression and become a better swimmer.
  • Challenge yourself – if you love to set yourself fitness targets then enter a number of challenges or competitions.
  • Learn new tricks – whether you swim like a fish or haven’t been to the pool since school, you can improve your swim by seeing your swim results instantly.

 

To start using today simply, retrieve the band from reception, swim your lengths and pay just £1 in addition to a pay-as-you-go swim session.

 

View our swimming timetable here or click here to find out more about our adult swimming lesson programme.


From tracking your swim to competing in competitions, it's hard not to love a dip in the pool with SWIMTAG®

 

 

 

 

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Reigate Road,
Dorking,
Surrey, RH4 1SN
Tel: 01306 870180
Zoggs swim shop

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