When searching for new fitness equipment there are a few boxes most people want to try and tick.
- Is it effective?
- Is it versatile?
- Will it last?
- Is it portable?
- Is it affordable?
The All-Purpose Fins can also be attached to your forearm or wrist for an upper body workout! They are a great alternative to upper body bells for those that suffer from arthritis or have grip limitations. This versatility also makes them a great option for traveling as you can take one piece of equipment for a total body workout!
Generally speaking, most fitness equipment is designed to stay in one place. Your traditional dumbbells and kettlebells might be small, but they are hardly something you can throw in your suitcase and take on holiday in an effort to stick to your training regime. The All-Purpose Fins are however an exception to this rule. They are small, lightweight and the perfect piece of equipment to take on holiday where most hotels and apartments have a pool calling your name.
Their portability makes them a must have piece of equipment. People tend to think they are only designed for people that have their own pool but that couldn’t be further from the truth. You do not need a gym membership to train in the water! Simply take them to your friends pool, local health club, beach, lake etc.
At just $59.95 per pair, you will struggle to find another piece of equipment that can provide a total body workout, is easy to travel with and can be used by all ages and fitness levels. It is very rare to have one piece of equipment that can be used for all levels of training, from rehabilitation through to elite fitness.
Note: If you are someone that is looking for less resistance, the Aqualogix High Speed Fins are a great option that provides all the same benefits (with the exception of having a replaceable velcro strap) at the same cost. Likewise, if you are strictly focused on strength and want maximum resistance the Max Resistance Fins or Aquastrength Fins are great alternatives.