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Supine Flutter Kicks

To keep fit and prepared for when the swimming pool is ready to open again, this series will present some exercises that you can do at home with minimal to no equipment requirements. Supine flutter kicks will help strengthen your lower abdominal muscles as well as...

Jump Rope

To keep fit and prepared for when the swimming pool is ready to open again, this series will present some exercises that you can do at home with minimal to no equipment requirements. The first exercise in the series is jumping rope. Jump rope is a great way to keep...

Backstroke Pull

To fully develop an efficient back crawl, arm movements play a big role, and can help a swimmer move farther, faster, and more efficiently through the water. Backstroke uses a backwards arm motion to help propel the swimmer. Arms should remain opposite each other,...

Backstroke Kick

After developing a streamlined body position, kicking is the second step to build a swim stroke. Kicking provides propulsion and balance support and is critical during arm recovery in back crawl. Swimmers need to know how to float and glide in a streamlined body...

Freestyle (Front Crawl)- Timing

The final step of the stroke pyramid is coordination and refinement of the whole stroke. Timing, or synchronizing upper body and lower body movements will help you coordinate all of the working pieces of the stroke. Coordinating the timing of your freestyle will also...