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Muscle workout & weight loss: lap swimming fins


Graham gets a good muscle workout and a satisfying weight loss from his lap swimming with shinfinTM fins. What’s more, they help him to swim faster and further.

Graham’s review from Renmark, Australia

“I am delighted with the results. I was particularly interested to get a good workout of the muscles that you describe and with the fins I certainly do. The weight loss is satisfying too. I am enjoying the speed and ease of swimming.”

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Horizontal position & consistent rhythm: freestyle kick fins


Paul’s swim training with shinfinTM fins gives him a horizontal body position and a consistent freestyle kick rhythm. So he gets more effective use of his legs, including for catching waves on shorter surfboards.

Paul’s review from Brisbane, Australia

“With the fins I’m able to maintain a horizontal position much easier and maintain a consistent rhythm with my kick. Basically I find them great.”

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Improve your kick: swim training fins


Michael uses shinfinTM fins during his swim training sessions to improve his kick. He notices the improvements in his natural (no-fins) kick straight away, when he removes the fins and keeps swimming.

Michael’s review from Kalgoorlie, Australia

“They arrived promptly and have improved my kick. I had a reasonable style but it has continued to improve. The improvements are noticed after removing and swimming straight away. Thanks again.”

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Open water swimming: training fins


Elias benefits from shinfinTM fins for his open water swimming training in the sea, as well as for his swimming team training in the pool. He also swims quite a lot of butterfly.

Elias’ review from France

“I am sure shinfinTM is what swimmers have been dreaming about for decades.”

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Fin training without muscle strain in legs & feet


Brock uses shinfinTM fins for his swimming fitness pool training to avoid straining the smaller muscles of his legs and feet, a problem he gets with traditional fins. Training the large muscles in his thighs and torso, avoids calf muscle strain, ankle strain and foot muscle strain. They also reduce dependence on his upper body. Increased leg power leaves his arms free for other things, such as military uses.

Brock’s review from Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA

“It took me a few times swimming with them before I got comfortable, but I do like them.”