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Old 10-15-2015
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WOW, thats a clever idea for the in-between swimmer.!
Getting the same easy breath at fairly low speed that you get at high speed.
Dont think it will be a huge succes though.
It looks pretty scary. Maybe also in transparant material?

And guess who is promoting/explaining it? Terrys great friend Alain windmilling Bernard HA HA

During a breath, this speed creates a wave that passes under the face and makes it easier to inhale. Beginners often push down rather than bringing the water behind them. This improper movement brings them down while they are trying to take a breath, and the result is a mouthful of water," explains Alain Bernard, Olympic champion in the 100m freestyle event and Arena consultant.
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The Arena Freestyle Breather aims to remedy this problem. Swimmers simply place the training aid under their goggles so that the two fins are positioned on both sides of their nose and mouth. When the head is rotated, the fins push the water to create an air pocket, making it easier to take a breath of dry air. Arena notes that the accessory can be worn with most types of swimming


Still think its a clever idea though.
Is only a shame they didnt made a one piece item with a bridge over the nose that also acts as a water spoiler to make it more sturdy and divert water over the nose too.
Now its flapping al over the face probably.
So sad to see good ideas go to waiste because of poor execution.

Last edited by Zenturtle : 10-15-2015 at 09:30 AM.
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