- Treading water – A kick in the water is not necessarily a bath, but it must be mastered before learning to swim. Swimming in the water helps the swimmers stay afloat if you stop in the deep water. You can also use kick boards to kick and swim.
By pedalling, the arms and legs move simultaneously but effectively. The right arm should be pushed out of the body and retracted in a clockwise direction to the chest. Your left arm should be synchronized and do the same movement, but counter-clockwise. Your back should be straight, your legs are bent and your legs should be the same clockwise and counter-clockwise.
- Free style / Free crawl stroke – The most common swimming is freestyle or before. It is very natural to practice all types of swimming and can be done in a pool or other waters. The free kick allows you to swim directly on your stomach by kicking your legs and swinging your arms around your head. However, it is important to familiarize yourself with the breathing technique as your face remains submerged for a few shots.
The position of the body is important for free swimming. Back, neck and head should be relaxed and aligned to reduce any resistance. Lean forward with your right arm and extend it to the maximum. If you place your right hand in the water, your left hand should move in both directions. Her right arm pushes into the water when your left arm is stretched and swings over your head.
When you turn your arms forward, your body turns your arm out of the water. Your body will rotate with every beat, so you can push harder into the water and continue to stretch your arm.
During the rotation it will seem natural to tilt your head and breathe. You do not want to breathe with every shot, but find a comfortable pattern and breathe all four or more punches. Your feet must be seething or kicking a slower smooth pattern.
- Butterfly stroke – The butterfly trait is one of the most difficult to learn and master. The butterfly line is divided into three main segments:
- The train
- The thrust
In the starting position, the movement of the arm starts very similar to that of the chest. At the beginning, the hands sink slightly downwards, the palms of the hands slightly outwards and the width of the shoulders, then the hands move away to create a silhouette in Y.
The stretched portion of the butterfly line is aligned with the body position and the drive. The hands must be held straight to make a paddle. Make a semicircle with the elbow higher than the hand, the hand pointing towards the centre of the body and down. Push your fingers down and advance into the water to create as much propulsion as possible.
The thrust is created by pushing the palms backwards at the beginning and on the sides of the body through the water beneath the body. Movement increases speed during the transition phase, pulling and pushing it. The speed at the end of the push process is used to support recovery.
Recovery involves keeping your body in a straight line. Swing your arms on the surface of the water with straight elbows. The arms must be tilted forward of the end of the underwater movement. By extending the triceps in combination with the butterfly stroke, the arm is relaxed and yet advanced quickly. The shoulders should be pinched and raised during the transition between the recovery and recovery phases. It is important not to go into the water too early, as this will create extra resistance when the arms move in the water in the opposite direction of the swim. However, this cannot be avoided over long distances.
The movement of the legs is similar to the movement of the front legs that crawl, except that the legs move together in a dolphin movement. The feet are held together and point downward, pushing down, lifting the feet and pushing the head down.
- Breast stroke – Once you know the movements of the arms to run on the water, the breaststroke will fall easily. This type of swimming allows you to move forward while keeping your head out of the water.
For a flowing chest line, you should start in prayer position, holding palms together and pushing your thumb up. Move your hands together and move your arms away from your body. Release your hands and turn your palms. Push your arms to the starting position of prayer to the sides and back to the chest. These movements must be performed in a single movement.
Her legs are just as important to swimming the breaststroke. Bring your knees against your chest with your arms at the same time, and spread them apart as much as possible. Put your legs straight behind you and start the movement again.
- Back stroke – When the backs are the same movements as the freestyle, but you are on the back! It is a very comfortable and easy to learn swim.
Make sure your body is straight and aligned and your face is looking at the sky. You want to swim on your back in the water and extend your right arm over your head. Reach as far as you can on and behind you. When your right arm enters the water, bend your elbow and pass it under the support by pushing it into the water to bring it to the surface. Your left arm follows this movement, but conversely: when your right arm is submerged, your left arm is stretched over you. Your legs should help you move with the feet of the butterfly.