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I'M WORKING MORE MUSCLES NOW
Dec 13, 2014 | Posted by | Gender: Female Sport Interest: Swimming Age: 65+
I swim a mile 3-4 times a week and use the ankle float for a third of it. I realized right away that I was putting more muscles to work than I had before, a really pleasant feeling. Not having to squeeze my legs together to hold onto a pull buoy, or to readjust its position, is another benefit. I'm working on breathing on both sides and using the ankle float helps me focus calmly on my practice. I very much recommend it.
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Good New Product
Oct 31, 2014 | Posted by | Gender: Male Sport Interest: Triathlon Age: 25-34
This is am interesting new product. I bought it to use as a pull buoy and hhelp with the subconscious kick I have while pulling. Not only did it correct that problem due to it's location on the ankles but it also provides a much better workout than a pull buoy. Because of it's location far from the core this will NOT float your entire lower body like a pull buoy. This requires you to keep your core tight and engaged to prevent your midsection from sagging and prevent from "slithering" down the lane. This makes the pull sets more effective for your overall swim training and not just a recovery or paddle set. Really enjoy it.
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