Drills

No.6 Breathing Action

category: Breaststroke-Technique

Swimming No.6 Breathing Action Breaststroke - Technique Breath once in each stroke cycle to the front as the hands press inwards and upwards during t...

No.1 Full Stroke Swimming

category: Breaststroke-Technique

Swimming No.1 Full Stroke Swimming Breaststroke - Technique Following ... pull breathing patern creating a wave like undulating flow through the stro...

Kicking On 2 Floats

category: Frontcrawl-Drills

Swimming Kicking on 2 floats Frontcrawl - Drills Arms to sides and both held out in front Kick 1 x width, chin on the water/face in water encouraging...

Frontcrawl - Drills

category: Frontcrawl-Drills

Swimming Frontcrawl - Drills Frontcrawl - Drills Frontcrawl Bilateral Breathing Drill. Breath to the left side and then the right side right of the s...

Full Stroke Cycle.

category: Butterfly-Technique

The butterfly technique is the most modern of all four swimming strokes. ... head and upper body rises and falls in realtion to the kick, pull and br...

Kicking On Noodle

category: Frontcrawl-Drills

Swimming Kicking on noodle Frontcrawl - Drills Looking at noodle position and body position with kicking. Hold the noodle under the arms, with the cu...

No.3 Dive Entry

category: Breaststroke-Technique

Swimming No.3 Dive Entry Breaststroke - Technique The whole body enters through ... breaks the water surface to breath as you start your first swimmi...

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Excercise (full performance)

The core of your exercise has a duration of 50 minutes. This long-lasting performance aims to improve the endurance of your breathing and speed, so it...

Warm-up

The session has a duration of 15 minutes (15 laps in total, whether the swimming pool is 50 mt or 25 mt).The first 5 minutes are to warm up the arms. ...

Autosave 2394579

This is a game that not only helps to get the children wet, it also reminds the children of there breathing technique. By walking around in a circle, ...

Breathing Drills

Single Arm Drills With Non-Swimming Arm in FrontStart with both arms extended in front of you. On the first 25 yards keep your right arm extended and ...