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Are your front crawl legs letting you down? Discover how front crawl kicking with a relaxed and smooth technique will help avoid the most common mistakes.
Discover which front crawl breathing technique works best for you -explosive breathing or trickle breathing? Learn how, when and how often to breathe to get the best out of you front crawl stroke
Master each separate part of front crawl stroke technique and take your basic swimming to the next level. Discover common mistakes that cost energy and learn how to avoid them.
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,
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
Swimming for beginners made simple in my easy to follow book. Download now and learn how to relax, float, and swim with smooth effortless technique.
Top tips for learning and perfecting basic breaststroke kick. Take a closer look at each part of the kick and master the 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
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