Yingfa - affordable race and training swimwear in Sydney Australia
Ying Fa Sydney
Ying Fa Sydney have been busy supplying the Yingfa brand of swimwear to competitive swimmers and swim fitness trainers in the Sydney, Illawarra and Central Coast areas of NSW Australia. We strive to provide help and assistance for the life of the product and are easy to contact if the need arises.
Orders can be placed online at www.YingFaSydney.com.au and delivery speed is second to none.
The Yingfa brand is well known for quality of manufacture and design, yet very affordable.
Yingfa FINA Approved Swimwear
Ying Fa products offer the latest fabrics and technology in a range of styles and colours to suit everyone. Combining quality with affordability, Ying Fa swimwear and accessories are comparable to the more expensive brands and equal to the task when it come to outright performance.
Yingfa FINA Approved swimsuits are tagged and barcoded with the official FINA codes for each style.
The outright performance of these swimsuits is equal to other well known brands but far more affordable.
The full range available can be found at www.YingFaSydney.com.au
Yingfa Racing Jammers
Knee length Jammers for men. Made from "El'Tanche" fabric with 18% Lycra and 82% Polyster. The Yingfa 9402 "Apolo" swim jammers offer performance enhancement via muscle compression. This high tech fabric is also water resistant while still being "breathable" and helps maintain a better position in the water. Available in a choice of colours and highlights.
Yingfa Training Swimwear
Durable and comfortable swimming costumes. Yingfa Training swimwear is designed for those that spend lots of time in the water and are serious about their swim training.
These training swimsuits are made of 20% Lycra / 80% Polyester for longer life and durability while remaining comfortable. They also look good and are available in a variety of colours and styles.
Ideal for general swimming and training.
Yingfa Swim Goggles
Anti-Fog and UV protection. Yingfa Goggles are made of tough polycarbonate, with soft silicone rubber headstraps and eye gaskets. The mirrored coating provides an aggressive look and provides UV protection in outdoor use. These also come with interchangeable nose bridge pieces for achieving a more perfect fit.
Care of Yingfa Swimwear
The chlorine in swimming pool water will cause your swimwear to deteriorate. How fast this occurs varies according to frequency of wear, the amount or strenghth of chlorine in the water and how you care for for you swimwear after swimming. Here are some tips to get the most from your Ying Fa swimwear:
- Rinse your swimsuit ASAP after you have worn it. After you have worn your swimsuit in training or in your race make sure you remove it straight away and rinse it in cold fresh water and lay flat to dry. This is very important for racing costumes as they are made from very thin Spandex fabric. Remaining in your race costume all day will cause the costume to deteriorate quickly.
- Avoid rough surfaces. Sitting and/or rubbing against textured pool decks, cement and any rough edges can ruin the smooth texture of your swimwear.
- Avoid spas and saunas. Spas have very high levels of chlorine and higher temperatures, both of which will dramatically shorten the life of the fabric.
- Sunscreen, tanning oils and cosmetics can be harmful to swimsuits. Make sure to rinse and wash your swimwear as soon as possible if you do.
- Wash your swimwear by hand in cold or warm water. Always use a minimum amount of mild soap that is meant for delicate fabrics.
- Gently squeeze the water out of your swimwear after washing. Be gentle and do not wring or twist your swimsuit roughly, as this could ruin its shape.
- Dry your costume In a shaded and well ventilated area. Lay your swimsuit flat out to dry. By laying it flat, you will diminish the appearance of wrinkles and creases. Do not dry your swimwear in an electric dryer. Similar to electric washing machines, electric dryers can be too rough for the fragile material of swimwear.
- Do not bleach, iron or dry clean your swimsuit.
- Never leave your swimsuit rolled up in your towel. Leaving your wet swimsuit rolled up in a towel causing the moisture, darkness and heat to make bacteria to breed and this will eat away at the fabric, making your swimsuit perish faster.
- When putting on on Ying Fa racing costumes, you should place each of your feet in a plastic shopping bag and then pull the costumes over each foot. The use of the plastic bag will ensure no damage is done to the costume via toe nails etc., reduces stretching in the pressure membranes and will generally aid in the longevity of the swimwear.
When To Replace Your Costume
Despite the advances in fibre technology, chlorine will eventually deteriorate costume fabrics. When your costume begins to bag or feels looser than when it was new, it is time to replace your costume.
Wearing a swim cap has many advantages It keeps the heavily chlorinated pool water off your hair as well as your hair out of the pool filters. It's fairly easy to wear, and can reduce drag in competitive swim meets as well as looking stylish.
- Place the front edge of the cap against your forehead put your hands inside of your cap and slowly stretch it back over your head
- Tuck all of the extra hair inside your cap as you pull it over
- If you have long hair, put your hair in a ponytail or bun before putting the cap on to make it easier for yourself
- Put some baby powder inside the cap and shake all of the excess out If there is no baby powder available, water works just as well.
- Rinse cap with cold water after use.
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