Remember the Speedo swimsuit fiasco that happened some time back during the Olympics, where all Speedo-sponsored swimmers tend to clock far better times than the rest of the competition because of the suit that they wear? Well, the Corsuit isn’t anything like it, but rather, is meant to help swimmers achieve their natural speed advantages without breaking any competition rules. Hence, it cannot be worn during competitions, but rather this training device will run down the spine when worn, helping with posture in the process. When worn to the front, it can also be adjusted accordingly to generate some resistance while encouraging the wearer to use their muscle power more in order to push back on the device when correcting one’s spinal position. The whole idea behind this device is to build one’s core strength, and from there on, a better swimming posture in the long run that should help shave off some seconds in the finished product.
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