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Gagan Sillag 7 yrs old perfect Underwater swimming learning technique

Kid Underwater swimming learning technique

Baby Swimming (Arabel - 1 year and 9 months old swimming in the Aura Centre).

Lot of thanks to Arabel and her parents!

Suur tänu Arabelile ja tema vanematele!
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3 Front Crawl technique tips: Swim faster freestyle

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Swimming | Men's 100m Backstroke S6 heat 1 | Rio 2016 Paralympic Games

Results:

1 ZHENG Tao People's Republic of China

2 SEMENENKO Iaroslav Ukraine

3 VAN HOFWEEGEN Thijs Netherlands

4 LUO Fangyu People's Republic of China

5 HAANAPPEL Matthew Australia

6 VALINSKY Yoav Israel


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LEARN to swim BREASTSTROKE in 3 steps - Tutorial Lesson for BEGINNERS kids or Adults

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Freestyle (Front crawl) - how to swim this stroke efficiently

This video will help you to perfect your freestyle stroke.
An efficient freestyle stroke will enable you to burn up to 600 calories per hour whilst giving your body a great workout.
This stroke technique mainly works on the triceps and lats muscles. Don't forget to watch our freestyle breathing video too! Featuring James Goddard, Commonwealth Games Gold Medalist.

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Just learning how to swim? Learn how to swim underwater with this online swimming lesson.

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.

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!

This video was created in partnership with Decathlon, Sikana's partner for the Sports Program, as well as Audrey Bouillé, a fully-qualified lifeguard and Pierrick le Floch a professional swimming coach, who provided their expertise on the topic.

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Triathlon Swimming Drill Every Beginner Triathlete Needs to Try

This triathlon swimming drill should be used by every triathlete who doesn't come from an elite swimming background. Even elite triathletes could sometimes benefit from a better bent-elbow catch and here's an excellent drill to help triathletes develop a good catch.

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Swim Faster With THIS Posture

This is Feedback Friday #5. In this video, we will talk about posture which is fundamental to fast swimming however not all swimmers do it the right way. So to be able to swim fast remember Step #1-
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Part 7 - How to 'Work Less, Swim Better' in Triathlon

Advice from Total Immersion founder, Terry Laughlin. Terry's presentation at USA Triathlon's NW Regional Meeting in Boise focuses on perpetual motion freestyle for long distance swimmers.
In part 7 Terry Laughlin teaches how to 'Work Less, Swim Better' in Triathlon by channeling your energy forward



0:01 - Channel your Energy Forward
00:17 The Essentials of a Relaxed Compact Recovery.
00:43 The Good Thing About a Relaxed Hand While Swimming.
02:08 The Elbow Circles
04:19 The Importance of Visualization in Creating New Circuits.
04:53 The Importance of Stroke Tempo.

Total Immersion's Terry Laughlin explains to triathletes the advantages of his Perpetual-Motion Freestyle stroke in open-water swimming: In this video he examines the relaxation of the hand, the loose relaxed circle of the elbow and how a high stroke rate will increase your speed

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Swimming Men's 100m Backstroke Semifinals Replay - London 2012 Olympic Games

Swimming Men's 100m Backstroke Semifinals Full Replay from the Aquatics Centre at the London 2012 Olympic Games. -- 1 August 2012

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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Swimming | Men's 100m Freestyle - S11 Final | Rio 2016 Paralympic Games

Gold: SNYDER Bradley United States of America - 56.15
Silver: YANG Bozun China - 59.51
Bronze: KIMURA Keiichi - 59.63

1 KIMURA Keiichi Japan
2 HERBST Hendri South Africa
3 SOUZA Matheus Brazil
4 SNYDER Bradley United States of America
5 YANG Bozun People's Republic of China
6 ZUDZILAU Hryhory Belarus
7 MAKOWSKI Wojciech Poland
8 SMRCKA Miroslav Czech Republic

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Swim Smart | How To Train Like A Pro For Triathlon

You could get more out of every swimming session! Here are GTN's tips on how to train like a pro for your next triathlon swim.

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- Structured sessions - Each session should have a focus. Including one aerobic, one speed and one threshold session per week will lead to a greater improvement than steady swimming.
- Technical Analysis - Get a friend or coach to film you and someone to analyse your stroke will help prevent forming bad habits. Regular drills will help reinforce good technique, especially if done at the end of a session.
- Breathing - practise breathing bilaterally help keep your stroke symmetrical however it is okay to breathe every two to prevent swimming hypoxic.
- Open Water Skills - Practise open water skills such as sighting, swimming in a group and swimming without touching the wall.
- Drafting - This is a skill that needs practising and can be done in the pool with familiar swimmers.

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Comparing 1500m to 50m Swimmers

Are there differences between the best in England - and can you learn from both?

Head-High Freestyle & Tarzan Stroke | Swimming Lessons

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Just learning how to swim? Learn how to do the head-high freestyle stroke and the Tarzan stroke aka the lifeguard approach stroke with this online swimming lesson.

How to swim front crawl with your head outside the water, Tarzan freestyle, or the lifeguard approach freestyle. All of these terms pretty much mean the same thing, you're gonna be doing the front crawl like you usually do but this time when your doing your front crawl your going to keep your face outside the water with your chin close to the water, right on top of the water as your doing the crawl. As your swimming the freestyle keep your face outside the water, keeping your eyes focused on one target.

Avoid moving your head from side to side when your swimming the Tarzan or the lifeguard approach stroke. Keep your chin right above the water so your knees, your feet don't sink too much into the water and you can have nice short strokes with your high elbows for your lifeguard approach, Tarzan freestyle, head outside the water front crawl. By keeping your head and your face outside the water and your chin in the water, your able to breathe and keep an eye out on whats going on outside the water for orientation if your an outdoor swimmer or if your saving a life like a lifeguard would. That's how you swim with your face outside the water doing the front crawl.

Swimming | Women's 50m Butterfly S5 heat 2 | Rio 2016 Paralympic Games

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1 KRAVCHENKO Vladyslava Malta
2 CUNNINGTON Tammy Canada
3 SHAVEL Natallia Belarus
4 RUNG Sarah Louise Norway
5 PERALES Teresa Spain
6 GHIRETTI Giulia Italy
7 OZTURK Sevilay Turkey

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Top 5 Olympic Swimmers

With an incredible 67 medals between them, including 48 gold, here are the 5 most successful Olympic swimmers of all time.

Join us as we count down the top 5 swimmers in Olympic history for Aquatics Week. Featuring the most decorative Olympic athlete, these 5 swimmers have become synonymous with the Olympic games due to their achievements in the pool.

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Swimming Men's 4x100m medley relay - Final | Gold Medal | 29th SEA Games 2017

Swimming Men's 4x100m medley relay - Final | Gold Medal | 29th SEA Games 2017

GOLD - SGP 3:37.46 (Games Record )
SILVER - INA 3:40.34
BRONZE - VIE 3:43.09

★ Date: 26 Aug 2017
★ Time: 7pm (Singapore time)

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