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Speedo and Swim Training

General speedo discussion - questions/ideas.

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Speedo and Swim Training

Post by CityRail » Wed Nov 06, 2019 1:51 am

Hi all,
The best use of our sexy Speedo suits is to go on for a swim. Recently I have joined a swim squad but me being a little overweight I ended up puffing fair a bit which perhaps you all as athletic swimmers may feel appropriate and perhaps a place to have fun after some warm up formal exercise.
I wonder if any of you do regular swim training, and perhaps we can have a private group that specialise in swim training and we can have some fun together? I noticed we have fair a bit of members from Sydney so we can arrange a time and a place for us to start with?
What do you guys think?

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Re: Speedo and Swim Training

Post by ...:::sam:::... » Wed Nov 06, 2019 3:37 am

You would really like the Bold and Beautiful swim between Manly and Shelly beach. They swim out every morning.

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Re: Speedo and Swim Training

Post by DaveSpeedoEvans » Sat Nov 09, 2019 12:07 am

CityRail,

On Thursday I had a swim and suck/fuck/speedo session at a pool up in Brisbane with Taz that I was up here fooling around with. I love it and is a motivator for my swimming session.

A group like that would be good motivation to get people swimming.

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Re: Speedo and Swim Training

Post by Speedo1986 » Sun Nov 10, 2019 6:35 am

I swim regularly with masters swimming. I wear a funky trunks brief every time I go.

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Re: Speedo and Swim Training

Post by 52dno98 » Sun Nov 10, 2019 7:18 am

Speedo1986 wrote:
Sun Nov 10, 2019 6:35 am
I swim regularly with masters swimming. I wear a funky trunks brief every time I go.
What’s the speedo-to-jammer ratio in your Masters group? 8 or 9 guys out of 10 in jammers?

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Re: Speedo and Swim Training

Post by Speedeau » Sun Nov 10, 2019 6:19 pm

I also swim in a masster club. We are about 8-10 guys and half of them are in speedo, the other half in jammers. Useless to say I am one of the speedo guy hehe

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Re: Speedo and Swim Training

Post by Oceanrunner79 » Mon Nov 11, 2019 7:48 am

I swim at an aquatic center not part of a team just with a few guys each morning. I say about 40% of the guys who swim in the morning are in speedo the rest in Jammers.

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Re: Speedo and Swim Training

Post by packedspeedo » Mon Nov 11, 2019 9:09 am

At my gym there are only three or four other guys in speedos. I'd love to get into a fwb relationship with one of them again.

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Re: Speedo and Swim Training

Post by Speedo1986 » Mon Nov 11, 2019 6:18 pm

Of the 8 guys, I would say 2 speedos, one speedo with drag suit, one square cut and 4 jammers is the regular.
52dno98 wrote:
Sun Nov 10, 2019 7:18 am
Speedo1986 wrote:
Sun Nov 10, 2019 6:35 am
I swim regularly with masters swimming. I wear a funky trunks brief every time I go.
What’s the speedo-to-jammer ratio in your Masters group? 8 or 9 guys out of 10 in jammers?

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Re: Speedo and Swim Training

Post by pburks » Mon Nov 11, 2019 6:46 pm

Yep briefs or sometimes a drag suit squarecut for workouts. I finally ditched New York Sports Club for a real pool at the County Aquatics Center- a bit farther drive but soooo worth it having a real pool with other swimmers to push myself against - I'd say about 75% of them are Jammers or Speedos. So the eye candy doesnt hurt either ; )

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Re: Speedo and Swim Training

Post by swimsharkau » Mon Nov 11, 2019 7:57 pm

I went to the pool Sunday morning and threw on a pair of Red Aussiebum Classic 2.5s.

It was very busy, and I had a few people who were sitting on the side stare at me as I got out, but put it down to non-swimmers interest.

Went off to shower and saw myself in the mirrors, only to notice the suit had gone almost completely transparent. You could see absolutely everything. Felt a bit awkward at first, but found it very amusing shortly after. My wife took a long hard look at them but didn't say anything.

Don't think I'll be wearing that one again though. Might be relegated to the under shorts pile...

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Re: Speedo and Swim Training

Post by Aircat » Wed Nov 13, 2019 9:34 pm

In my area southern side of Sydney laps/coaching is almost entirely Speedos. Perhaps 90%.
The culture for lap swimming here is that you are the weirdo if not in Speedos.

People just having a splash will be in shorts.

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Re: Speedo and Swim Training

Post by Aircat » Wed Nov 13, 2019 9:37 pm

Yeah the aussiebum aren't for general purpose, especially for anything besides black/navy.
They are intended to be quite revealing.

I have some in red and I know what an eyeful those spectators for lol.
Have only worn them in the shower and around house.

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Re: Speedo and Swim Training

Post by ...:::sam:::... » Thu Nov 14, 2019 2:07 am

swimsharkau wrote:
Mon Nov 11, 2019 7:57 pm
I went to the pool Sunday morning and threw on a pair of Red Aussiebum Classic 2.5s.

It was very busy, and I had a few people who were sitting on the side stare at me as I got out, but put it down to non-swimmers interest.

Went off to shower and saw myself in the mirrors, only to notice the suit had gone almost completely transparent. You could see absolutely everything. Felt a bit awkward at first, but found it very amusing shortly after. My wife took a long hard look at them but didn't say anything.

Don't think I'll be wearing that one again though. Might be relegated to the under shorts pile...
I've had that too! I don't get a much life out of the Aussiebums because of the chlorine, maybe 10-12 weeks before they are totally transparent when swimming. Once they are faded where even I don't think I should keep wearing them, which is pretty faded, I then cut the liner out. I've accidentally worn a pair with the liner cut out at the pool and got this really weird look. I didn't work it out until a little later. :lol:

I've only done that once! :lol:

Edit, here is what I had on!

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Re: Speedo and Swim Training

Post by Scottiebum » Thu Nov 14, 2019 4:39 am

...:::sam:::... wrote:
Thu Nov 14, 2019 2:07 am
swimsharkau wrote:
Mon Nov 11, 2019 7:57 pm
I went to the pool Sunday morning and threw on a pair of Red Aussiebum Classic 2.5s.

It was very busy, and I had a few people who were sitting on the side stare at me as I got out, but put it down to non-swimmers interest.

Went off to shower and saw myself in the mirrors, only to notice the suit had gone almost completely transparent. You could see absolutely everything. Felt a bit awkward at first, but found it very amusing shortly after. My wife took a long hard look at them but didn't say anything.

Don't think I'll be wearing that one again though. Might be relegated to the under shorts pile...
I've had that too! I don't get a much life out of the Aussiebums because of the chlorine, maybe 10-12 weeks before they are totally transparent when swimming. Once they are faded where even I don't think I should keep wearing them, which is pretty faded, I then cut the liner out. I've accidentally worn a pair with the liner cut out at the pool and got this really weird look. I didn't work it out until a little later. :lol:

I've only done that once! :lol:

Edit, here is what I had on!

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Sam,
You said you got a weird look, I would have thought everyone would have been staring in awe at such a magnificent sight! You are such a fine figure in speedos!
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Re: Speedo and Swim Training

Post by phltanner » Thu Nov 14, 2019 7:31 am

For laps at the neighborhood city pool, at the end of the summer I finally get to AB Whitehaven and Portsea; neither are transparent, but I rinse them out thoroughly! Don't think my profile pic Freshwaters would be appropriate, although I wear them at hotel pools (but I also wear white & ice blue to them too!).

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Re: Speedo and Swim Training

Post by Boywear » Thu Nov 14, 2019 2:05 pm

Ohh my goodness man, you look gorgeous in a set of speedos! Wow!
This picture of you is the total epitome of what a speedo clad man is to me!

The bulge and the transparency of that aussiebum is the complete tease!
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Re: Speedo and Swim Training

Post by phltanner » Thu Nov 14, 2019 2:46 pm

Yeah, I don't see anything wrong with Sam's suit!! Why would he stop wearing that?

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Re: Speedo and Swim Training

Post by ...:::sam:::... » Fri Nov 15, 2019 12:31 am

Even though the staff know me, I'm not sure that I wouldn't get told if I wore them again! :lol:

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Re: Speedo and Swim Training

Post by Solar73 » Fri Nov 15, 2019 3:39 pm

At my local community center pool I wear a Gary Madjell Ultra Greek during the daytime swims as they are open to all and often have a rec swim/lessons in some lanes. Most others are in jammers and a few board shorts.
During the adults only night swims I wear a Desmiit Thong. Everyone else is in jammers.

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