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Swimming Vocabulary

Swimming Practice

Moderate Version

Recommended Drills:

Windshield wiper Scull

The upper part of your arm should be right at the surface of the water, with your forearms and hands pointing to the bottom of the pool. Sculling in + Sculling out – front of your shoulder line, feeling the water with hands and forearms when you are doing this, with a small little flutter kick to make sure the legs stay up.

Swimming Vocabulary

Recommended Drills:

Windshield wiper Scull

The upper part of your arm should be right at the surface of the water, with your forearms and hands pointing to the bottom of the pool. Sculling in + Sculling out – front of your shoulder line, feeling the water with hands and forearms when you are doing this, with a small little flutter kick to make sure the legs stay up.

Swimming Vocabulary

Swimming Practice

Moderate Version

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Recommended Drills

Rotation: ​For every six kicks, rotate to the other side. Make sure your head is straight

Catching Freestyle

Recommended Drills:

Windshield wiper Scull

The upper part of your arm should be right at the surface of the water, with your forearms and hands pointing to the bottom of the pool. Sculling in + Sculling out – front of your shoulder line, feeling the water with hands and forearms when you are doing this, with a small little flutter kick to make sure the legs stay up.