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Finis Positive Drive Fins for Your Swimming Escapades

Of course, nobody can swim as swiftly as a fish in the sea, but if you are an Olympian swimmer such as Michael Phelps and Mark Spits, then you can probably swim a lot faster than any other human being on this planet. But unfortunately, these two great swimmers are mere mortals and can never be compared to the fish.

Despite this fact, we can still improve our swimming abilities in order to raise our human spirits. This is the reason why some companies strive hard to develop tools which can help people achieve their goals. The Finis Positive Drive Fins are specially designed fins that aim to make you swim further and faster without giving too much effort. These are also designed for correct propulsion when using different swim strokes.

The Positive Drive Fins (PDF’s) use a unique ellipsoidal blade to generate correct propulsion in all swim strokes. Traditionally fins are not made for Breaststroke, but the asymmetrical shape and adjustable heel strap allows the swimmer to safely build power in the Breaststroke kick.

The Finis Positive Drive Fins aim to promote natural inward supination kick style which allows the swimmer to flex the feet naturally and to increase foot speed, ankle flexibility and leg strength. If you want to try this product, be ready to spend around $21.99 to $27.99 depending on the size of the fins.

With the Finis Positive Drive Fins, maybe someday you can actually swim like a fish.

[UberGizmo via Finis Inc, Product Page]



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