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How to swim underwater. Push off the wall in a streamlined position, and begin to glide under the water about 6 to 8 inches under the water, and begin to do the breaststroke arms with the breaststroke kick, without coming up for a breath. This will help you stay underwater for a certain period of time without needing to come up for a breath. If you would like to have a great swim underwater, it's suggested that you exhale a little bit so your body can stay underwater while you move your arms and your legs to push yourself through the water. The arms are kind of down like the butterfly.

You push all the way down with your arms to your hips, kick with your legs, and then recover your arms by bringing them as close as possible to your body, and reach forward to begin the repetition again. Push down, bring your arms down all the way to your hips, and come up with your arms forward. If you begin to run out of air, come up to the surface, take a breath, and then dive down again and repeat the butterfly arms with the breaststroke kick in that repetition. That's how you swim underwater.

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How To Improve Your Swimming Stroke Technique | Olympians' Tips

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Butterfly Swimming Technique - How to swim butterfly

Butterfly Swimming Technique - How to swim butterfly. Side and front view. Read a full article on how to swim butterfly:

This video was presented to the viewer as an online reference and a free example in order to provide a visual explanation of how to swim butterfly. If you just started learning this stroke, you might need some advice to make the process a little bit easier.

First of all, there are two kicks while swimming butterfly: the first kick occurs during the catch phase and the other one during the finish. Make sure to keep legs together and move both arms at the same time. Second kick is usually performed stronger in order to help arms fly above the water.

Second of all, keep in mind that butterfly is the hardest stroke in swimming and requires power along with good flexibility in shoulders. Work on your biceps, triceps, abs, and lower body (squads and jumps) as well as increasing flexibility.

Last but not least, come back to our swimming channel time to time and watch our butterfly swimming videos to improve your technique. Still have trouble learning it? Try to go with drills first and then put all the pieces together for swim. If you have any questions / comments / ideas about butterfly swimming, feel free to contact us and we will be glad to help you.

Top 5 Essential Swim Skills To Master | Triathlon Swimming Tips For Beginners

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Whether it is in the pool or the open water, the triathlon swim leg can seem daunting. However, learning a few simple skills can make you feel more relaxed and improve your speed in the water.

Mark and Heather bring you GTN's top 5 essential swim skills to master from the BEST Swim Centre in Mallorca! These include breathing, sighting, tumble (or flip) turn and sighting.

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Michael Phelps wins 15th Gold - Men's 100m Butterfly | London 2012 Olympic Games

Full event replay of Michael Phelps winning his gold medal in the 100m Butterfly at the London 2012 Olympic Games (3 August 2012).

Phelps was followed by a joint silver place to both Chad le Clos (South Africa) and Evgeny Korotyshkin (Russian Fed.).

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Swimming has featured on the programme of all editions of the Games since 1896. The very first Olympic events were freestyle (crawl) or breaststroke. Backstroke was added in 1904.

In the 1940s, breaststrokers discovered that they could go faster by bringing both arms forward over their heads. This practice was immediately forbidden in breaststroke, but gave birth to butterfly, whose first official appearance was at the 1956 Games in Melbourne. This style is now one of the four strokes used in competition.

Women's swimming became Olympic in 1912 at the Stockholm Games. Since then, it has been part of every edition of the Games. The men's and women's programmes are almost identical, as they contain the same number of events, with only one difference: the freestyle distance is 800 metres for women and 1,500 metres for men.

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9 Open Water Swimming Tips | Swim Skills For Beginners

Here are GTN's top 9 open water swim skills for beginners. Open water swimming can be a bit daunting for beginner triathletes however, with these skills, you can learn to love the freedom of swimming outdoors!

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Open water swimming can be a bit daunting for new triathletes but once you take the plunge we guarantee you'll enjoy it! Mark and Heather are at the BEST Swim Centre in Mallorca and bring your their top tips for beginning your open water journey.

Here are their 9 top tips for open water swimming:

- Equipment: Buy a wetsuit that fits well to prevent fighting it or carrying lots of water in it. Make sure you can be seen with a bright coloured hat and ensure you have a good set of googles to be able to see the course and any dangers ahead.

- Safety: This is paramount in open water swimming. Swim at a proper venue with water testing and make sure to swim with someone else or have a spotter on the side. Also, familiarise yourself with the course entry and exit point before jumping in.

- Warm up: It can be difficult to warm up when the water is cold so limbering up before can make a big difference. A few press ups and arm swings will suffice.

- Climatization: Sit on the edge with your feet in the water and splash some on your face to get your body used to the cold water.

- Lie on your back: Enter the water slowly to allow your body to get used to the temperature change. A good way to relax is lie on your back and take several deep breaths to control your breathing.

- Rescue: Should you find yourself in difficulty in deep water then roll on to your back and wave to catch someone attention.

- Confidence: Build confidence by taking it one step at a time. Step one is to fully submerge whilst blowing bubbles do ensure you can control your breathing.

- Start slowly: Don't rush in to a long swim, especially if you are new to the open water. Swim to a buoy a short distance away, then take a break before continuing.

- Finally.... ENJOY IT!

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Swimming Men's 100m Backstroke - S6 Final - London 2012 Paralympic Games

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RE-LIVE - Day 6 / Heats - FINA World Junior Swimming Championships

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Learning to Swim as an Adult: How to Blow Bubbles Underwater

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In this learn to swim lesson we’ll be showing you how to enter the water for the first time, how to get comfortable putting your face into the water, and lastly how to blow bubbles underwater. Focusing on blowing bubbles from both your mouth and nose, you’ll be learning one of the most basic and important skills when it comes to learning how to swim!

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Hi, my name is Alex and I am a certified swimming instructor with AquaMobile. In this lesson we are going to work on bobbing, submersion, and getting more comfortable with being in the water!
Your first step is getting into the water. If this is your first time walking into waist deep water you can remain near a wall to assist your balance. Once you are in the shallow end of the pool, practice submerging your body progressively. Start with the arms...then the shoulders.Once you are comfortable at shoulder depth you can progress to getting your face wet. Accomplishing this is done best in steps - first get your chin wet...then your cheeks and ears...your mouth...your nose...your eyes...and your forehead.
Getting comfortable putting your face underwater is a big step when it comes to learning how to swim. So if you need to practice this stage a few times that is completely acceptable.
The next this we are going to do is learn how to exhale underwater by blowing bubbles through our mouth and then our nose. Let’s start with the mouth . Standing up with your face out of the water, take a deep inhale and as you exhale make sure to measure the speed of the exhale. Making a small O with your lips can help keep the exhale on pace. When you blow bubbles you can do so near the top of the water, or by submerging your whole head under water. Try to blow bubbles out of your mouth for a 2 second count.
Now let’s move on to our nose. Follow the same steps taken for exhaling through the mouth, with the only difference being that now your mouth stays closed and you exhale through your nose instead. Try to blow bubbles out of your nose for a 2 second count.
Let’s combine it all in the last step where we will practice bobbing in the water continuously.
Inhale, submerge fully, blow bubbles through your mouth and nose, come back up, inhale, submerge, and repeat…Try this continuously 5 times.
Bobs help us get comfortable getting our face wet, and learn to control a breathing pattern for future skills like front crawl.
Well done today! You've taken your first big step in building your confidence in the water. Just remember practice makes perfect!
When you're ready to move on, check out lesson 2 in our Adult Learn to Swim Series. See you then!
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THE FASTEST STROKE IN SWIMMING

We all look at the greats in the sport of swimming and drool at their skills underwater. Well….today we are showing YOU how to train to be like those guys! Underwater kicking is the most efficient and fastest way to swim with momentum and that is exactly what we are working today. This is not a drill, but a set to work your underwaters. Perhaps the most important thing we want all of our viewers to understand from this episode is to train at YOUR level of swimming. This set is primarily for the more elite level swimmers, so if you consider yourself lower in skill level, start with working a few kicks of every wall and make sure to have a coach around watching. Thanks to Jack Blyzinsky for joining us and showing off his AWESOME underwater kicks.

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EASIEST WAY TO SWIM FREESTYLE

There are a lot of “common” mistakes that swimmers make in their everyday training that winds up effecting them down the line. These often result in laziness or bad habits, and wind up influencing a swimmer in both time and efficiency. Today we are going over a simple fix to your freestyle will improve it dramatically. We call this drill, the finger tip drag.

Finger tip drag is super simple. All your going to do is swim a somewhat normal freestyle (leaning more towards a catch up stroke), but when you are recovering your arm in your freestyle stroke you are going to keep your fingers on the surface and skim the water. This forces you to keep your elbows as high in the air as possible which winds up putting you into the perfect position to generate a powerful next stroke.

This is a drill that you can do often and at high volume as it is as close to a normal freestyle stroke as possible. You must make a conscious choice to make this change in your stroke, but when you do you will notice a HUGE improvement!

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How to Breathe When Swimming | Fear of Water

In this video, you'll learn how to breathe when swimming.

This swimming tutorial shows beginners an important step in learning how to swim. Breathing correctly is one of the most important steps to overcome a fear of water and also to swim efficiently.

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Remember that if your head is underwater, you'll want to be exhaling. This maximises the time you have to inhale once your head is above water. Practice breathing when staying still to help you get the hang of it!

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