Swimmer's Best Power Bags Kick Resistance Socks

  • Swimmer's Best Power Bags Kick Resistance Socks
  • Swimmer's Best Power Bags Kick Resistance Socks
  • Swimmer's Best Power Bags Kick Resistance Socks
  • Swimmer's Best Power Bags Kick Resistance Socks

$ 24.50 USD

The most versatile resistance system ever created!

Use on feet, calves, forearms, hips, parachute, & kickboard drag!

  • Use with any drill, but excellent for your kick sets
  • Fill with ping pong balls for more resistance
  • Comfortable to wear and easy to use with a quick tightening strap. The closed bottom prevents the bag from riding up around the ankle
  • Choose the PB25 for medium resistance, best suited for ages 11+ or the PB40 for medium-hard resitance best suited for ages 13+
  • Use them as carry bags for your gear! Carry your equipment, wet suit, or towels to allow them to dry.

On Feet:    

  • Kick at the surface with power
  • Reduce knee flexing
  • Power your kick from your hips
  • Add drag for pull sets
  • Trains to hide kick on pull sets
  • Great on timed sets
  • Close the bottom strap for harder workout

On Calves:


  • Completely NEW way to feel and train the kick!
  • Restricts knee bend
  • Add drag for pull sets
  • Fires up your Breast kick

For Breast Kicking (bags on feet or Calves):


  • Power the breast kick
  • Hide breast recovery
  • Help finish whip on Breast kicking
  • Increase calf awareness

On Forearms (hand out or in Fist):


  • Power the stroke and recovery
  • Build recovery muscles and speed
  • Increase recovery speed
  • Improve ‘high elbow’ or EVF Catch

As Skirt:

  • Use strap belt through both bags for a ‘full skirt’
  • Leave bags ‘open’ for light resistance
  • Close both ends of bags for medium resistance
  • Add paddles and other non-floating gear inside bags for high resistance
  • Use only 1 bag to target hips on only 1 side of body
  • Encourage ‘high hips’ by placing 1 bag on rump for free/fly/breast
  • Encourage ‘high hips by placing 1 bag on front for backstroke

As Parachute:

  • Use 1 strap belt around waist and the other strap belt to attach to 1-2 bags as parachute
  • Add non-floating items into bags to tailor drag resistance to your needs
  • Can easily match the resistance of any size parachute
  • Combine half skirt and 1 parachute bag for high hips and high resistance

On Kickboard (Note only the PB40 size fits on Kickboards, not PB25)


  • Slide a Power Bag over the nose of most standard kickboards (tighten straps as needed)
  • Leave front of bag open to add resistance to normal kicking
  • Insert a pull buoy or other items into the bag on the front for high resistance
  • Add 1 strap belt around your waist and use other strap belt to drag the kickboard behind you
  • Drag over your feet to prevent kick from breaking surface for more power
  • Drag over your thighs to prevent thighs from breaking surface when breast kicking on back

Easy to Use:

  • Comfortable on ankles
  • Quick tightening strap
  • Ability to close bottoms prevents them from riding up around the ankle on breast kicking

Each set of Power Bags Include:

  • 2 bags
  • 2 strap belts
  • Each bag has 2 straps – 1 red non-elastic (ideal for around ankles) and 1 black elastic (best for the top of calves or over elbows)
2 sizes
  • Light (PB25)
  • Heavy (PB40)


  • Medium resistance
  • Ideal for timed sets
  • Best for ages 11+


  • Medium-to-Hard resistance
  • Great for most any workouts
  • Best for ages 13+



On Feet

  • Use the red non-elastic strap around ankles for strongest hold
  • Close the bottom strap for harder workout
  • Close the bottom strap for breast kicking (so they don’t ride up leg)



On Calves

  • Use black elastic strap at top of calves to ensure it won’t slide down
  • Tighten red strap on ankles


On Forearms

  • Use black elastic strap over elbows to ensure it won’t slide down
  • Tighten red strap on wrist (hands free method)
  • Or bundle the open end in your fist (for more power and technique method)



Full Skirt

  • Place 1 strap belt through both bags and attach belt to your waist
  • Slide bags around so one is in the front and one is in the back
  • Close all bag ends for more resistance
  • Or use just 1 bag (front or back) to encourage high hips (swimmers will naturally force hips up to reduce resistance)



  • Place one strap belt around waist. Use the second belt as a pull strap (hooked to 1-2 bags)
  • Add non-floating items inside bag(s) for more resistance
  • Combine half skirt and parachute bag for higher hips and more resistance


Kickboard Uses:

  • Slide 1 Power Bag over front of kickboard to add resistance to kick sets
  • Add pull buoy inside the Power bag, under the board for more resistance
  • To position kickboard above knees for breast kicking, tighten stopper on kickboard bag and hook the tow belt below stopper.
  • Drag kickboard over the feet behind you to add more power to kick with less knee bend (feet can’t break surface)
  • Drag kickboard over thighs for kicking breast on the back to keep the thighs flat behind body

Care and Maintenance:

  • Hang Bags to dry between uses
  • Limit direct sun exposure
  • Strap Belts are best stored looped together so they don’t get tangled


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