FINIS Launches The Posture Trainer

by FINIS 1

August 27th, 2015 Gear, Industry, News

FINIS, Inc., a worldwide leader in technical swimming development, is proud to announce the release of the Posture Trainer, a head alignment training tool.

Posture Trainer, FINIS, (image is courtesy of FINIS, a swimswam ad partner) The Posture Trainer is a small, but mighty tool that can help improve head alignment for swimmers of all ages and abilities. The device is placed on the back of the head using the provided strap or by attaching it to your goggles. A gentle tap between the shoulder blades from the Posture Trainer provide tactile cues to inform the swimmer of improper head and spine alignment.

The Posture Trainer is a great tool for helping increase stroke efficiency. Maintaining a efficient stroke can be the key to being successful in the water, regardless of the swimmer’s ability.

“The Posture Trainer is a simple tool that reminds the swimmer in all of us how important head and spine alignment is. Being efficient with each and every stroke can help swimmers who are just learning the sport, all the way up to your everyday competitve swimmers. I believe this tool can make a significant difference!” -John Mix, CEO, FINIS, Inc.

To get your very own Posture Trainer and start the path to more efficient swimming, visit your local swim shop or today.

About FINIS, Inc.

John Mix and Olympic Gold Medal swimmer Pablo Morales founded FINIS in 1993 with a mission to simplify swimming for athletes, coaches, beginners and lifelong swimmers around the world. Today, FINIS fulfills that mission through technical innovation, high quality products and a commitment to education. FINIS products are currently available in over 80 countries. With a focus on innovation and the fine details of swimming, FINIS will continue to develop products that help more people enjoy the water.

Swimming News is courtesy of FINIS, a SwimSwam partner.

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B Money
8 years ago

We would just stick a ruler or pen in the back of the cap. Better than trying to hold a tennis ball