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With the coronavirus pandemic causing pool and shorelines to be closed and more people put under various lockdown, quarantine, and shelter-in-line ordinances around the world, the number of hours swimmers can train is being significantly reduced.

“There are just so much dryland training many swimmer want to do,” says Steven Munatones. “Swimmers, by and large, are not gym rats, nor dryland fitness fanatics. Some swimmers run, spin, row, stretch, do yoga or Pilates, walk, climb, paddle or kayak, but swimmers love the water. They are aquatic beings and without the ability to swim in pools, lidos, lakes, oceans, seas and river, this limitation can lead to frustration.

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