Evelyn’s shinfinTM fins help her learn to swim, especially with a better front crawl stroke. In particular, wearing them enables her to focus her attention on improving her stroke and breathing. Furthermore, after she uses her fins for the first half of her workout, she notices her stroke improvements transfer to her no-fins crawl stroke too. Most importantly, she finds them comfortable with no foot cramps, unlike regular foot fins.
Evelyn’s review from Santa Cruz, USA
“I am a very satisfied customer. I just learned to swim the crawl stroke with my face in the water. The fins have helped me a lot. Using them, I have been able to pay more attention to and improve my stroke. The best part – NO FOOT CRAMPS! Buying them was a spot-on decision, and I am going great with them.”
Evelyn’s review: Fins for learning to swim better crawl stroke
“You might say that I am a very satisfied customer. I’m 63 years old and just learned to swim the crawl stroke with my face in the water. My kick is still weak and I am easily winded, but both are improving.”
“The fins have helped me a lot. Using them, I have been able to pay more attention to and improve my stroke. The best part – NO FOOT CRAMPS! (Originally, I found your web site while searching for remedies for foot cramps with swimming.)”
“I use the fins for the first half of my workout only, and my swimming without them has become much better as well. I spend my summers at my house in Italy, and can’t wait to use them in the Mediterranean.”
“Buying them was a spot-on decision, and I am going great with them.”
Many thanks for your kind reply Evelyn. That’s great that you are getting on so well with your swimming learning, we get a lot of feedback like this.
Yes, it is a good idea to do some no-fins swimming after swimming with the fins. Because that helps the streamlined kick pattern, horizontal body position and improved arm stroke that you learn with the fins, transfer well to your no-fins swimming, as you have found. Well done.
shinfinTM fins will help you learn to swim with a better stroke, for front crawl, backstroke and butterfly. They guide your kick for a better overall stroke. What’s more, they also give you the time to concentrate on improving your breathing. If you wear them for the first part of your workout and then keep swimming without them, you will find that your no-fins stroke is also improved.
Furthermore, you will find them comfortable with no foot cramps and no calf cramps, unlike regular foot fins. This other review shows how you can even use them for less back and knee pain after a knee replacement.