The new and improved Tempo Trainer Pro now comes with:

  • Sync Button
  • Replaceable Battery
  • Additional 3rd Mode: Strokes-Per-Minute
  • Now Floats

Develop consistency and avoid lulls with a personal pace coach, the Tempo Trainer Pro.

The small, waterproof device easily secures under a swimmer’s cap and transmits an audible tempo beep. Athletes use the beep to train smarter and discover their perfect pace. Now with the option to replace the battery, the Tempo Trainer Pro will last multiple lifetimes. The advanced unit also has a new Sync button and a new mode in strokes/strides per minute for increased functionality. The Tempo Trainer Pro includes a clip for dry land exercise.

Tempo Trainer Clip
  • Audible Beep
    Loud enough to hear in and out of water
  • Adjustable
    Tempo can be adjusted by 1/100 of a second
  • Replaceable Battery
    Allows for an extended life
  • Sync Button
    Synchronize the device to a pace clock or stopwatch
  • 3 Modes
    • Single beep from to 0.20 seconds to 99.99 seconds
    • Triple beep from 1 second to 9:59 minutes
    • Single beep in strokes/strides per minute
  • Perfect for Pacing
    Consistent stroke tempo eliminates lulls in races or workouts
  • Multi Sport
    Applicable for swimming, biking, running and more
  • Floatation
    Unit floats in water
  • Small Convenient Size
    Easily place under swim cap
  • Dryland Clip Included
    Use the removable clip to secure to clothing

Mode #1 | Stroke Mode

  • Dictate how many strokes per lap
    Single beep between 0.20-99.99 seconds
  • How to use it
    Set at .65 to start. Put your right hand in the water every time it beeps.

Mode #2 | Lap Pacing

  • How to use it
    Set at 18 seconds. At the end of your 25 yard lap you should hear a beep. Swim faster or slower to stay on pace.

Mode #3 | Set in Terms of Strokes Per Minute

  • How to use it
    Set to 80 strokes a minute to start. If it is too slow, increase the strokes per minute.

Getting Started

The purpose of the Tempo Trainer Pro is to help you find the optimum combination of Distance-Per-Stroke (DPS) and stroke rate. Start with the outer parameters of each and work your way in.

  1. 1 x 25 Freestyle, with the Tempo Trainer Pro set at 0.40 seconds in Mode 1. This means that every four tenths of a second, your hand will hit the water. For most people this will be a high turn-over.
  2. 1 x 25 Freestyle, set at 0.80 seconds. You will be amazed at how much slower and longer eight tenths of a second will feel. Reach and rotate with good DPS.
  3. Now that you have established both ends of the spectrum, you will want to find that ideal setting where you are most efficient
  4. 1 x 25 Freestyle, set at 0.42 seconds
  5. 1 x 25 Freestyle, set at 0.78 seconds
  6. 1 x 25 Freestyle, set at 0.44 seconds
  7. 1 x 25 Freestyle, set at 0.76 seconds
  8. Continue the pattern of adding and subtracting 2 one-hundredths of a second per 25 repeat
  9. At some setting you will find the perfect combination of stroke rate and DPS that will elevate the quality of your swimming. This setting should also be your fastest 25.