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Pull buoy - how to use this piece of swim kit

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Date 05.02.2020
Duration 1 Minute 22 Seconds
Author Zoggs International
Description This video featuring James Goddard, Commonwealth Games Gold Medalist, will take you through using a Pull buoy effectively to help isolate the upper body, to improve upper body strength and allow you to focus on your stroke technique.
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