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It's difficult to le

It's difficult to learn to swim from a video clip or a book. I would start with getintg you to glide with a nice free neck, looking at the bottom of the pool and then add some kicking, with nice loose ankles, pressing the water with the fronts of your legs. The next step is to do it with one arm extended but relaxed and allow the body to rotate but keep your head still. Have a look at the other front crawl videos including the dry land one and the ones where I'm working with people learning it. by Seunghee posted on Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Hello. I decided to

Hello. I decided to learn your moehtd because it looks like a gentle way that that I liked right away. Also somthing about your voice sound very realxing and appealing to me. I now can swim on the side and change from side to side three times and then stay on my back. I tried to patch these triplets into one flow and swim all the way, but in doing so I have only little time to breath between the triplets and after one or two sets I can't go on. Do you have any suggetions? Thanks you by Anas posted on Thursday, October 01, 2015

Yes, the more you le

Yes, the more you let your head relax under water, the more natural the out batreh is. Keep letting air out as your mouth breaks the surface and the inhalation ideally does itself before you go back in. Slow your arms down to give you more time out of the water to inhale. This is counter-intuitive because if we're anxious about getting a batreh, we tend to rush the movement. So keep your neck relaxed, slow the movement of the arms down and don't try too hard to get air in. by Aleks posted on Thursday, October 01, 2015

The screw kick is us

The screw kick is usually cesaud by twisting in the back cesaud by tension in the neck. If you relax your head and arms and let the water support you more, this may resolve the screw kick problem. But trying to resolve it directly when you can't feel it happening is usually a mistake. With problems which other people identify as the thing you need to sort out, the answer is not usually where you expect it to be. I would work on your head, neck back relationship and see what happens. by Crystal posted on Friday, October 02, 2015

You should conedisr

You should conedisr doing your own rough and finish electrical. It is not very hard at all and I would be more than happy to help you learn and help you put it all together. I would by the way recommend having someone install the panel and service to the grid. Let me know when you start getting close it is an easy way to save a few thousand dollars. If you can afford it do your own electrical and hire out the painting, painting sucks. by Sidharth posted on Friday, October 02, 2015

Hi, I am a male, 64

Hi, I am a male, 64 years of age. I am a novice smmiwer and trying to polish my breaststroke since the past 3 months. Your video clip is fascinating. Nothing like getting a relaxed breaststroke at my age. I find that although I get the glide right, can't get my head sufficiently high up to breath in without sometimes getting mouthful of water in. How to correct this? Also, how to keep the neck relaxed so that I don't get sour neck? Any exercises for this? by Vevin posted on Friday, October 02, 2015

Hello Cheryl and Ian

Hello Cheryl and Ian,Thanks for an interesting week, got back today and yes I am here chcikeng the video of all my lessons, I think I will have this video on my phone to look at before going into the pool,!!! just looking at it, at pass midnight gives me the inspiration to go swimming, I have learnt a lot from you both and I can still hear your voices in my head ..once again thanks for your patience. You are great teachers, best wishes, Grace. by Fehmettin posted on Friday, October 02, 2015

Don't be put off by

Don't be put off by being told you have inflexible ankels. It's what you're thinking about the kick, not how flexible your ankels are, that counts. If you can walk, your ankels are probably flexible enough for a decent front crawl kick. Remember you don't need to do anything with the ankels to make your feet like flippers do nothing with your ankels and the water will move your feet (however limited your ankle flexibility is) and you'll move. by Gustavo posted on Friday, October 02, 2015

This (as always) is

This (as always) is great I also like your Breaststroke stuff. One of my (many) prembols with the Crawl is that I panic when I introduce the arm movements. I can calmly glide and kick OK, but as soon as I try arm movements, my legs start sinking and I panic and start kicking furiously and end up in a mess or worn out very quickly. How can I overcome this? by Dhaval posted on Monday, December 21, 2015
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