Temperature controlled indoor swimming pool in Madhapur|Swimming Pool in Madhapur,Hyderabad

Temperature controlled indoor swimming pool in Madhapur|Swimming Pool in Madhapur,Hyderabad

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 In this articles we discussed about  butterfly swimming

What is butterfly Swimming:-

 The butterfly is a swimming stroke swum on the chest, with both arms moving symmetrically    accompanied by   the butterfly kick . While other styles like the breaststroke, front crawl, or backstroke can be swum  adequately by beginners, the butterfly is a more difficult stroke that requires good technique as well as   strong muscles. It is the newest swimming style swum in competition, first swum in 1933 and originating     out of the breaststroke.

Technique

 The butterfly technique with the dolphin kick consists of synchronous arm movement with a synchronous leg   kick.Good technique is crucial to swim this style effectively. The wave-like body movement is also very    significant in creating propulsion, as this is the key to easy synchronous over-water recovery and    breathing.

Arm movement

 the butterfly is a swimming stroke swum on the chest, with both arms moving symmetrically, accompanied by   the butterfly kick. While other styles like the breaststroke, front crawl, or backstroke can be swum    adequately by beginners, the butterfly is a more difficult stroke that requires good technique as well as   strong muscles. It is the newest swimming style swum in competition, first swum in 1933 and originating    out of the breaststroke.

 One of the secrets of butterfly is to not over kick. If you use a big butterfly kick, you can end up going  up and down too much in the water—moving from near the surface to far under the surface, and then up    again. This up and down, if excessive, is a lot of work with no good payoff. You want to move forward, not  up and down.

 You can teach yourself to swim butterfly. Take one step at a time, practice, and have someone watch you    and give you feedback. Be sure to tell them what you want them to watch as opposed to them telling you     what they feel you should do to be a good butterflier. There's nothing really wrong with someone telling    you what is good butterfly, but if it is not what you are working on at the moment, or you are not up to    that step in your learning, then it may not be helpful

This lesson on swimming butterfly is broken down into several steps:

1:-Body Position

2:-Pull

3:-Kick

4:-Whole Stroke

5:-Breathing

   Work on each step, them move on to the next. You can do the next step by itself, then add in the old        steps as you get better.

1. Butterfly Body Position

   Butterfly starts with a prone, floating position with your arms pointing toward your destination,           slightly wider than shoulder width. Imagine an American Football referee signaling a touchdown, then        move the arms a little bit wider. Your eyes are looking down toward the bottom of the pool, and your        hips should be up at or near the surface of the water. Practice by pushing off of the pool wall and         getting into the butterfly body position and holding it for as long as you can. When you can no longer      hold it, stand up, return to the wall, and go for it again.

2. Butterfly Pull

   Once the body position is good, time to add in the pull. Some people do the kick first, but we want to      minimize the odds of the extra large kick, so we are going to work on the butterfly pull first.

   Enter - Start with the hands at the entry position.

   Sweep - Sweep them down and in under your chest, almost touching your thumbs and index fingers together     as your hands reach mid-chest.

   Push - Push them back toward your feet and apart, like you are trying to push the water from the middle     of your chest over and down each leg.

   Chop - As your hands and arms reach an almost full extension as they move past your waist, throw your       hands up (out of the water) and out to the side; throw hard enough that your arms almost automatically      swing over the surface of the water toward the entry position. If you imagine a board across the front      of your legs, just below your waist, you are trying to karate chop that board as your hands leave the       water.

   Swing - The recovering arms only need to be high enough above the water to not splash as they swing         forward toward the entry. During this phase - the swing - relax your neck and look at the bottom of the     pool. A low, relaxed head position will make the swing much easier.

   Enter - Enter the hands into the water.

   Remember - no dolphin motions, no kick yet, just the body position and the pull.

3. Butterfly Kick

   Now comes the kick, or the body dolphin: First with the arms and hands along the side of the body,          leading with the head, have the body follow. Small body wiggles, not giant body whips! Next with the        arms in front; keep the movements small, no over-emphasis on up and down/serpentine motions; the hips go    up and down, but never drop too deep or rise too high.

4. Put the Pieces Together - Swim Butterfly

   Now, put the float, the arms, and the body motion together. Start in the float position, then pull, and     as the hands enter the water at the start of the float, the hips go up and then back down, one little body wiggle. Repeat! A second way to put the stroke together is to do the float, then the hips up and  down, then the pull, then repeat.

5. Butterfly Breathing

   Breathing comes next, with the breath starting as the pull starts, moving the top of the head out, push     the chin forward, take in air, and then lay the face back in the water eyes looking down. Be sure to  exhale under water so you do not waste time and effort trying to exhale when your face is above the  water, when you should be inhaling.

   That's it! You are swimming butterfly. Add some to your next workout. I suggest doing little bits at a  time as you build butterfly fitness. Do 3 or 4 strokes, then swim a different stroke for the remainder      of the length of the pool, then repeat. Add more strokes as you gain fitness, and work up to full  lengths of the pool swimming butterfly. You can repeat the above steps as a butterfly refresher once in     a while, and you can mix in other butterfly drills to help you focus on improving your technique.

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