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In response to those who seek advice on teaching the butterfly stroke to young swimmers, I would like to offer the following notes for their consideration.
When kicking backstroke I move in the opposite direction than I should, counteracting arms movement. So far no swim coach could tell me what I am doing
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Top tips for learning and perfecting basic breaststroke kick. Master the leg kick technique needed for a smooth and graceful swimming stroke.
Hi Mark, I bought a copy of your Complete Beginners' guide which has been a great help in getting me back into the pool after 30 years. I'm having lessons
Teaching toddlers to swim: Safety in water It is said, babies are good swimmers. They have a pair of reflexes, which is also known as bradycardic response,
One of the most important life skills Teaching swimming and water safety can be an enormously rewarding job. Being able to swim gives us the opportunity
My 4 year old has been having swimming lessons on and off for over a year now and gained his 10 meters probably 6 months ago. However he refuses to kick
My daughter has a fear of going underwater. She is 8, almost 9, and very afraid to go under water. We've practiced holding our breath etc but she's still
My son has been having lessons for the last 2+ years and he is happy putting his face in the water and then moves his arms and legs HOWEVER he does not