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How to Include Fitness in Your Busy Schedule

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Finis Hydro Hip - Trainingstool

Code: SA-12004
Manufacturer: Finis
Price: $28
Sport: Swimming
Hip Blades
Creates resistance during rotation, which builds the core muscles for a more powerful stroke 

Stroke Timing
Forces swimmers to rotate hips at the top of each stroke 

Instant Stroke Feedback
Feedback forces an earlier and more effective hip rotation; if stroke timing is incorrect the swimmer's arm will hit the hip blades 

Strong Resistance
Perfect for drill focus and short distances 

Adjustable Belt
Nylon belt can be adjusted for the correct fit on all hip or waist sizes 

Improves freestyle and backstroke hip rotation and can also be used for breaststroke 

Breastroke Compatible
Move the belt to the chest area to prevent dropped elbows and develop a more efficient arm stroke 

Powerful Hip Rotation
Teaches swimmers the muscle memory to rotate completely and quickly
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True swimming power comes from the hips, which makes the Hydro Hip such an important training tool. With two blades that sit on the hips, the Hydro Hip helps swimmers properly identify timing of the hips, arms and body. The Hydro Hip also improves core strength with resistance by working the muscles that aid in rotation. Best used during drills or short distances, the effects of the Hydro Hip are most felt when removed and the lessons of timing remain. 

Rotation is one of the most commonly used descriptors while coaching freestyle and backstroke. The person who is able to swim “tall” in the water is someone who maximizes their rotation and makes themselves as long or tall as they can be from the tip of their big finger to the bottom of their opposite big toe. The timing of the rotation is absolutely critical in achieving maximum enlistment of core strength, which translates to more power and more distance per stroke.