Theraband aquafins aquatic exercising package for water resistance education for higher/decrease frame, pool physical remedy, water aerobics equipment, 2 fins, mesh bag, and brief begin exercise commands

(8 customer reviews)


  • work out within the water and tone and fortify legs and lower returned, internal and outer thighs, hands, chest and top again
  • one-length-fits-all cuffs and predator fins are made of gentle santoprene rubber for electricity and flexibly and can be worn simply on the wrists or ankles for full body conditioning
  • drag resistance is adjusted by means of rotating the fins
  • enables with arthritis or use following hip substitute or knee alternative to increase patience and energy
  • every package includes 2 cuffs, 4 predator fins, a mesh wearing case and special commands

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aquafins for pool workout

theraband aquafins are an important addition to any pool therapy or water remedy exercise routine. Water fins make aqua workouts more a laugh and tough with strap-on fins that offer greater resistance when wading in the water.

those one-size-fits-all cuffs simply strap round your wrists or ankles and act like fins to help you propel through the water. Without problems alter drag resistance by rotating the fins and transferring at one of a kind angles.

exercising with aquafins

stand in shoulder-deep water with fins connected to your ankles. Kick your foot out in the front of you, then go back to beginning role. Kick your foot back, and return to beginning function.

stand in shoulder-deep water with fins attached in your wrists. Extend your palms out straight on both aspect. Keeping your palms immediately, push your hands together in the front of you, then go back to beginning position.

stand in shoulder-deep water with fins attached for your ankles. Preserving your leg directly, kick your leg out to the facet. Pull it back in and, bending your knee, carry your foot as much as waist top throughout your frame. Return to starting position and repeat on the alternative side.

expert accepted

swim coaches, bodily therapists, and other health professionals use swimming fins in the course of hydrotherapy and aquatic schooling to increase higher and decrease frame muscle mass. Those tough fins add resistance to various pool sporting events, and expert athletes educate the use of aquatic fins to increase stroke rate and enhance race times.

complete line of aquatic merchandise

theraband gives of a full line of swim schooling and strengthening products that make pool workouts amusing and tough.

theraband aquafins

connect these cuffs to the wrists or ankles to add extra resistance at some point of swim training and water exercises. Those flexible cuffs are flexible and comfortable and offer additional demanding situations to aquatic sporting activities.

theraband closed chain disc

this disc is designed to replace kickboards and different water resistance merchandise. Its straps are high-quality for connecting the disc to both palms or feet and are adjustable so the disc remains in place even as you exercising in the pool.

theraband hand bars

incredible for aqua zumba exercises and different pool sporting events, theraband aquatic dumbbells add resistance to strengthen your hands and shoulders.

theraband kickroller

the theraband kickroller is designed to stretch and reinforce the trunk and upper frame all through pool physical activities. Much like hand bars, this device is splendid for including resistance while pushing and pulling in the water.

product description

the aquafins aquatic exercise kit will introduce you to a whole new manner to training session in the water. The specific, one-size-fits-all cuffs and predator fins are made from soft santoprene rubber for strength and flexibility, and may be worn effortlessly at the wrists or ankles for complete body conditioning. Each package incorporates 2 cuffs, 4 predator fins, a mesh sporting case and specific commands for toning and strengthening legs and lower lower back, internal and outer thighs, arms, chest and top back.

8 reviews for Theraband aquafins aquatic exercising package for water resistance education for higher/decrease frame, pool physical remedy, water aerobics equipment, 2 fins, mesh bag, and brief begin exercise commands

  1. Neal R Coleman

    I broke my back several years ago due to a very bad fall. Because of this I have done quite a bit of PT. For me, the easiest and most effective programs have been the aquatic therapies.So naturally, I have purchased more than my share of aquatic exercise equipment. I can honestly say that this has to be my favorite so far. The versatility of being able to wear them on both your arms and your legs has been great for me. I wear them on my wrists and simply clap my hands underwater to work my pecs and my upper back. You can control the amount resistance you get by controlling the speed and tempo of your movements. If I wear them on my ankles and just lay back with my arms resting on the edge of the pool, I find it easy to work both my abs and glutes by doing scissor kicks. I have been using these for less than a month and I already have visible results in my lower abs and my waistline. I would absolutely recommend these to anyone who wants an effective no impact workout. Read more

  2. Ken P.

    Bought these for myself for resistance exercising in a pool. I had a hip replacement that I needed to exercise and rehab but my knee arthritis hampered my ability to exercise on land. Working out in the pool alleviated the aggravation of the arthritis of my knees. The Aquafins provide a great resistance workout to rehab my hip and strengthen my legs to help support my knees better. I definitely found these to be beneficial and wold recommend to anyone looking for a low impact strengthening program in a pool. Read more

  3. natural

    Comes with ventilated storage bag and instructions and suggestions. They are a lot of fun and work. Boy were my muscles sore after the first day. My advice is to go slow at first. Easy to overdue it when nice and cool exercising in a pool. Read more

  4. Diane R. Mckay

    The only problem I have is that the velcro straps rubs my ankles raw. I would like to use them more often but the straps never seem tight enough around my ankles even after getting them wet first. So then they move around rubbing my ankles raw. Has this happened to anyone else? Any suggestions? I’m thinking I may need to wear socks to cover my ankles when exercising in the pool. Read more

  5. Dorothy

    Bought these Fins when I bought my Hydro-Tone Bells. Have been using them for about 2 months now and can feel the difference in my legs strength and toning, right up to the butt. Highly recommended. My full workout at the lake only takes a half an hour. They are very secure around the ankles and offer decent resistance. The fins are on very securely and I’ve never had an issue with anything coming apart. Love this product! Read more

  6. Trixie

    This rating is based on the fact that the fins have really been an excellent addition to my arm workout in the pool. I purchased them primarily to wear around wrists and do a variety of arm exercises. In a relatively short time, they have significantly helped to redefine my arms and are also helping to correct a scapula alata (winged shoulder blade) issue that I have. They are enjoyable to use and a good size to take to the pool. Note that the velcro is extremely strong – good for making sure they stay on – but can be a challenge to take them off oneself. I started fastening the velcro differently than instructed so I could take them off myself more easily (fastening the long piece of velcro at an angle so the long end is free and can be pulled more easily than if fastened as instructed where the velcro is straight/flush). Also, I have tried the fins on my ankles (where fins are pointing front and back). They are useful in creating resistance when moving legs side to side. I have also tried them where the fins are pointing side to side – but it is necessary to keep legs far enough apart to avoid them running into each other. The fins are next to impossible to get on one’s ankles in the water! It is recommended to put them on when still on land land and then get in the pool. Note also that the velcro is quite long when fastened on wrists and a normal length when fastened on ankles. The booklet that comes with the fins says you can trim the velcro – which is logical if only ever used on wrists – but losing the length would also make it more difficult to remove the fins oneself. Read more

  7. Ambriel

    Great product for physical therapy to rehabilitate my knee before and after meniscus surgery. It’s like riding a bike in the water and I use a tube from Amazon around my chest to hold me up in the pool. Also works biceps, triceps and back resulting in a defined strong lean look. Note: you’re muscles will be strong and defined but not thick. I prefer the defined strong lean look. It’s a personal preference. Item comes with exercise instructions. Very pleased with this product. Read more

  8. D

    I was able to use these in PT -mostly for my knee/hip arthritist/osteoporosis ordeals and they worked wonderfully. I used them one at a time for my specific exercises.So as soon as I was done with PT I bought these to use at my local pool on my own and plan to use them during water walking and such.They DO work wonderfully and add resistance to your work outs.I cannot say enough great comments about these things,they DO work!! You won’t regret buying them. Read more

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