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Swimming Vocabulary

Swimming Practice

Moderate Version

Recommended Drills:

2-2-2

It consists of 2 strokes of one arm Fly (right), 2 strokes of one arm (left), and 2 strokes of butterfly.

Double Arms Backstroke

With the flutter kick on your back, bring your both arms straight out of the water, keep your arms shoulder width apart, the entry with your pinkies. When you pull, keep your hands near the surface – keep your fingertips toward the wall the entire time

Descend Stroke Count

​Count your strokes on the first 25. On the second 25, try to take fewer strokes. Continue descending the number until you have completed the first 4×25

Swimming Vocabulary

Recommended Drills:

2-2-2

It consists of 2 strokes of one arm Fly (right), 2 strokes of one arm (left), and 2 strokes of butterfly.

Double Arms Backstroke

With the flutter kick on your back, bring your both arms straight out of the water, keep your arms shoulder width apart, the entry with your pinkies. When you pull, keep your hands near the surface – keep your fingertips toward the wall the entire time

Descend Stroke Count

​Count your strokes on the first 25. On the second 25, try to take fewer strokes. Continue descending the number until you have completed the first 4×25

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:

2-2-2

It consists of 2 strokes of one arm Fly (right), 2 strokes of one arm (left), and 2 strokes of butterfly.

Double Arms Backstroke

With the flutter kick on your back, bring your both arms straight out of the water, keep your arms shoulder width apart, the entry with your pinkies. When you pull, keep your hands near the surface – keep your fingertips toward the wall the entire time

Descend Stroke Count

​Count your strokes on the first 25. On the second 25, try to take fewer strokes. Continue descending the number until you have completed the first 4×25