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Sep 7, 2014 | Posted by | Gender: Male Sport Interest: Swimming Age: 13-17
I saw the previous review saying that it wouldn't stay between the guys legs. The reason for this is that to keep the Pull Float in place, the core of the person using the float has to be tight. The Pull Float is actually supposed to work your abs just as much as your form, If the users core is not tight the pull float will fall out.
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Won't stay in place
Mar 6, 2014 | Posted by | Gender: Male Sport Interest: Triathlon Age: 35-44
I try to be fair, so in fairness, let me disclaim that i'm not an elite swimmer and i'm a pretty big guy (6'2" 230 lbs). That said, i can't keep this float in place. From the moment I start down the lane, I feel it slipping out and I'm more focused on trying to keep the float squeezed between my legs than i am on my stroke and pull technique. I end up putting it aside and grab one of the typical floats available at my pool.
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