Swimming FrontCrawl How to Swim Front CrawlFreestyle With     Good                           TechniqueFront crawl, also kn...
is called catching the water and preparing to move. It also gives themuscles a rest while swimming. Pull movement follows ...
A variation of leisure crawl involves only one movable arm at a timewhen the other arm rests and is lying on his forehead....
your lap. Breaths are taken by mouth, turning her head to the side armrecovery in early recovery, and breathing in the tri...
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Front crawl, also known as The Australian Crawl, is generally regarded as the fastest swimming style developed. It is one of the two axes shots, the other is the back. Unlike the back, butterfly, breaststroke and front crawl is not regulated by FINA, but it is almost universally swum in freestyle competitions.

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  1. 1. Swimming FrontCrawl How to Swim Front CrawlFreestyle With Good TechniqueFront crawl, also known as The Australian Crawl, isgenerally regarded as the fastest swimming style developed. It is one ofthe two axes shots, the other is the back. Unlike the back, butterfly,breaststroke and front crawl is not regulated by FINA, but it is almostuniversally swum in freestyle competitions.Technical Freestyle (crawl)Freestyle departure station with breast cancer, with both handsstretched forward and extend their hind legs.Arm movementThe arm movement in freestyle is alternating, i.e. while one arm ispushing or pulling, the recovery of the other arm. The arm alsohighlights the most forward movement in freestyle. The movement canbe divided into three parts, pull, push, and recovery.The initial position, the arm sinks slightly lower and the palm facing 45° with the thumb side of the palm of your hand against the bottom. This
  2. 2. is called catching the water and preparing to move. It also gives themuscles a rest while swimming. Pull movement follows a semicirclewith the elbow higher than your hand and the finger pointed at thebody center and downward. Semicircle ends in front of the chest earlyin the chest.Push pushes the palm backward under the body of water at thebeginning and end of the push side of the body. Moving more speedthroughout the pull push phase until the hand moves at maximumspeed just before the end of the drive.Some time after the start of a hand to recover the one hand, on the otherhand, begins to drag. Recovery moves the elbow is a semi-circle in thevertical plane swimming. Forearm and hand are completely relaxed andhang down to your elbows close to the water surface and near theswimmers body. This gives the muscles a brief opportunity to rest. Atthe beginning of the recovery appears to be similar to pull his hand fromhis back pocket with a finger up small. To deepen the recovery phase,the movement of the hand has been compared to putting up the zipperin the middle of a pack. Back to the hand moves forward, and fingersafter falling just over the water. In the midst of recovery of the shoulderis rotated in the air, while the second is a step backwards to avoid drag,because of the large frontal area which at this particular time does notfall under his arm.You can rotate the shoulder, some twist their torso while also runs allthe way to the foot.Beginners often make the mistake of not relaxing the arm during therecovery and movement of the hand too high and too far from the body,in some cases even higher than the elbow. In these cases, make the effortof accessory muscles is increased at the expense of speed. Beginnersoften forget to use your shoulders for the change as far as possible. Somesay the hand should enter the water thumb first, reduce drag throughpossible turbulence, others say that the middle finger is bent by handfirst, precisely what push from the beginning. At the beginning of theattraction, the hand acts like a wing and moves slower than the speed ofthe swimmer (this may seem a short break), while at the end, acts like askull and moves faster than the speed of swimmer.
  3. 3. A variation of leisure crawl involves only one movable arm at a timewhen the other arm rests and is lying on his forehead. This style is calleda "catch up" stroke and requires less strength for swimming. This isbecause the immersed length of the body is longer and more rational.This style is slower than the regular crawl and is rarely usedcompetitive: But it is often used for training purposes even byprofessional swimmers, as it increases awareness of the organization tobe streamlined in the water . Total Immersion is a similar technique.Leg movementThe leg movement in freestyle is called flutter kicks. The legs movealternately, with a kicking leg down while the other leg moves upward.Although the legs only a small fraction of the speed on the whole, theyare important to stabilize the body position. This lack of balance isevident when you use a pull buoy to neutralize the action of the leg.Leg in the initial position bends very slightly knees, then kick the legand foot down like kicking a soccer ball. The legs are slightly bentinwards. After kicking the legs moving again. A common mistake forbeginners is to bend the legs too much or too sudden a lot of water.Ideally, there are 6 kicks per cycle, but it is also possible to use fourkicks and even kicks 2. Franziska van Almsick, for example, nothingvery successfully with four kicks per cycle. When a branch is pusheddown the opposite leg should be kicking down as well, to set thedirection of the body, because this happens shortly after the bodyrotation. Alternatively, tracking may also be swum with a butterflykick, although it reduces the stability of the position of swimming.Breaststroke with a tracking movement of weapons (the Trudge) iscomplicated, because the front crawl breathing pattern needs arotation, but a chest movement resists this rotation.RespirationNormally, the face is in the water during front crawl with eyes lookingat the bottom of the wall facing the pool with the water line from thefront line and hairline. But today, many wonder if the head will be on
  4. 4. your lap. Breaths are taken by mouth, turning her head to the side armrecovery in early recovery, and breathing in the triangle between theupper arm, forearm, and buoyancy. the swimmers forward movementwill cause a bow wave with a depression in the surface near the ears.After turning his head, a breath can be taken on this channel withouthaving to move the mouth above the mean water surface. A thin film ofwater flowing from the head can be blown before admission. The headturned at the end of the recovery and low points, and forward againwhen the recovered hand enters the water. The swimmer breathesthrough the mouth and nose until the next breath.standard pool requires a breath every third arm recovery, ex every 1.5cycles, alternating sides for breathing. Some swimmers instead take abreath every cycle, ex every second arm recovery, breathing always thesame side. Since respiration and slightly reduced speed, mostcompetition swimmers breathe every 1.5 cycles. Swimmers sprint thefinal few meters away you can breathe much less, and rarely sprintbreathe at all, for example, in a short race distance of 50 meters, mostcompetitors prefer to breathe only 3 times throughout the race, after thefirst 25 and twice in the last 25 after the pull back.In water polo, and sometimes the head is kept away by the waters of allthe improved visibility and easier breathing, at a price much steeperbody position and higher drag.Body MovementThe body rotates around its long axis in each movement of the arm tothe shoulder of the recovering arm is higher than the shoulder to pushor pull the arm. This makes recovery easier and reduces the need to turnyour head to breathe. As one shoulder is out of the water which reducesdrag, like a dropped shoulder, arm help trap the water, such as shoulderstands, the support arm at the end of the thrust of the water.From side to side movement is minimized: one of the main functions ofthe kick is to maintain the line of the body.Breathe through your nose prevents water from entering the nose.
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