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The use of diving fins

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The use of diving fins

Diving Fins can help improve the flexibility of the ankle, extend the length of the legs and feet, and the effect of the overall growth of the lower limbs makes the swimmer's diving more efficient. So what is the use of diving fins?

Diving Fins are divided into short fins, standard fins (long fins), round fins, ultra-thin long fins, and ultra-long fins for diving. The fins are made of natural rubber, silica gel, high-density heat-treated polyurethane, etc. So, do you know how to use diving fins?

1. Before putting on fins, beginners must make sure that their kicking movements are completely correct, because wearing fins will conceal wrong movements.

2. Beginners have relatively poor control over their entire body when swimming, and feel that their movements are already correct, but they are actually not in place. If you put on the fins at this time to amplify the strength and movement of your legs, you will swim very quickly. The swimmer may mistakenly think that his movements are right, and devote a lot of energy to practice. After removing the fins, the wrong movements are retained instead.

3. For example, the correct kicking should be the hip drive to drive the thighs, calves and toes to kick water. But in fact, some swimmers bend their knees too much. They use their knees to bend their calves to kick water. However, because the fins increase the water kicking area and enlarge the kicking force, they can also move forward quickly. It is much faster to swim without fins. In fact, swimmers do not realize that kicking with their calves is a wrong action.

The diving fins provide powerful forward power for swimming and diving. The wide area of the diving fins can provide powerful power. You don't need to move your hands to generate power, so that your hands can be freed for other tasks.

There is never a 100% safety in the sea. Even in crowded diving spots, you may encounter sharks, jellyfish or other dangerous marine life. There is also turbulence in the sea, which will drag you into the depths of the ocean, and there are huge waves that will shoot you onto sharp, hard rocks. So your swimming skills must be good, and don't go snorkeling alone. Diving enthusiasts must master the knowledge of what we should pay attention to when diving. It is best for family members to accompany you, pay attention to travel safety, and protect your health.