Top Swimming Techniques for the Individual Medley
Swimming the IM is no easy event, and transitioning between the strokes better can help you achieve a faster time. There are four swimming techniques for the Individual Medley to make a transition from backstroke to breaststroke in the individual medley, and these are the advantages of the different techniques
Back float tutorial - Swimming lessons beginners tips floating
Using the wall forces your body into the correct position for the back float. Demonstrate this first. Hold onto the wall or gutter with both hands in about 4 feet of water. Lower yourself down and press your belly button against the wall. CLICK THROUGH for more details. (back float swimming, back float water, swimming on back, how to swim, fear of deep water swimming, fear of deep water scary #swimming #beginnerguidetoswim #howtoswim #deepwater, #fearofdeepwaterswimming, #fearofdeepwater)
Help Your Child Learn How to Front Float
Your child is ready to learn how to front float if he can hold his breath and put his whole face in the water for at least 10 seconds. If he’s not quite there yet, start with my blog post entitled, Help Your Child Learn to Put Their Face in the Water. CLICK THROUGH to read the full post and to learn more about how to help your child overcome his fear of water.