And what a year it’s been.

From launching our product after 6 years of R&D, to fostering a community of swimmers in 56 countries, to working with some of the fastest swimmers in the world, to collaborating with the top coaches on creating new swim classes format, 2019 has been our most stellar year yet.

Thank you to every swimmer who’s taken a chance on us in any shape or form, and to every person who’s been a part of our journey. Cheers to a great 2020!

6 years of R&D including 250 swimmers, thousands of laps and millions of heart beats
Instabeat’s community of swimmers reaches across 56 countries. Swimming is universal <3
We’ve had the honor of having Leanda as a close advisor and cheerleader.
Olympic hopeful and swimming world champion Madisyn cox trains with instabeat to optimize her training and channel her training
Olympic hopeful and World Champion Madisyn Cox is an inspiration: she is humble, servant, determined and ambitious.
Ironman Boulder Champion and super fast swimmer Lauren Brandon is one of the sweetest people we’ve worked with.
Multiple Ironman Champion Matt Hansons trains with Instabeat to stay engaged in his solo sets
We worked with multiple times Ironman Champion Matt Hanson to create training programs for triathletes and swimmers to use heart rate to feel better in the pool.
Equinox Tier X trainer and EQX H2O Founder, and all-American Swimmer Dan Daly uses Instabeat to learn more about his swim
Equinox Tier X trainer and founder of EQX H20 Dan Daly has been a pillar in getting Instabeat in the hands of fitness swimmers and changing the way they train.
Interval-based swim training. More to come!
National swimming champion and Olympic hopeful Amy Bilquist trains with Instabeat to win
Olympic hopeful and National Champion Amy Bilquist is strong, funny, beautiful and on a mission to change the conversation about women’s body image. Mental health first!
Fitness swimmer Amine Helou uses Instabeat to push his boundaries further each time.
Marathon swimmer Luca Pozzi was one of our first testers turned users and has used Instabeat to train for his multiple swimming challenges, the latest being the Tsugaru Channel
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