Barbatanas Finis - Monobarbatana - Foil Monofin

Barbatanas Finis - Monobarbatana - Foil Monofin
79,00 €
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This unique monofin improves underwater dolphin kick by building key muscles in the core and legs, and teaching effective foil undulation movement.

“The Foil Monofin is an important part of my training regimen. No matter where I am in my training cycle, I can count on this fin to add instant intensity to my workout. It is always important as a flyer to maintain a powerful leg drive and a strong core. The Foil works perfectly to fulfill this need and I can say that I am better because it is around.”

JASON DUNFORD

OLYMPIC RECORD HOLDER–2008, 2012 OLYMPIAN

 

Learn to dolphin kick with the Foil Body Motion developed and made popular by Coach Bob Gillett. Using the Foil Body Motion a swimmer can use his or her entire body to create a powerful and undulating dolphin kick through the water. The Foil Monofin promotes an equal use of down and up kicks for propulsion throughout the entire dolphin kick movement by teaching the Foil technique and increasing the swimmer's core and leg strength. For best results while learning the Foil Body Motion, try kicking on your side while using the Foil Monofin.

Specifications:

Single Blade Design
Promotes the development of the undulating Foil Body Motion and propulsive dolphin kick
Technique Channels
Controls the flex of the fin and encourages correct foil movement
Zoomers® Technology
Developed using Zoomers® design principles and materials
Large Surface Area
Works core and leg muscles more than standard fins
Open Toe and Heel Design
Fits a wide range of foot sizes, allows for a secure fit
Portable, Lightweight Construction
Comfortable to wear for all ages and abilities
Rubber Blade
Allows multiple swimmers to safely swim in a single lane
*For added comfort or minor size adjustments use with FINIS Skin Socks or FINIS Footbooties.

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