They do swimming in different ways. Some types of swimming are:
- As you pass your hand through the water, your hand should follow a pattern like a deformed S.
- The stretch of your hand should accelerate as it passes. End with a strong blow.
- Since your legs do not produce much thrust compared to your arms, the whiplash movement of the legs – the legs are directly behind the body and hit up and down relative to the surface of the body – which is done below the surface of the water. It is mainly used to keep the pelvis high and maintain balance. Do not slap.
- Rotate your hips and torso to split the water. Swimming instructors often say that the key to a good crawl is pelvic floor movement.
- Do not pull your head out of the water too much. When you move forward, your head pushes the water aside, so there is space to breathe.
Walking long distances in the water with the help of various types of swimming is called endurance swimming. This type of swimming is usually done in open water. But you can also do endurance swimming in the pool. One of the types of swimming that is used to travel long distances is side swimming, which leads to less fatigue.
Butterfly swimming is one of the most beautiful and difficult types of swimming, which is one of the most watched types of swimming in most prestigious competitions. While other types of swimming are easy for beginners, the butterfly needs proper technique to do so. Many beginners consider butterflies to be the most difficult type of swimming. In this type of swimming, the movement of the legs is like the movement of a dolphin in the water and starts from the waist. The hands are thrown forward simultaneously from both sides, and at the same time, the head comes out of the water and ventilation is performed. The butterfly competition is held in 50, 100 and 200 meters.
- This type of swimming is the least stressful swimming for most people.
- Frog swimming may be difficult for people with knee or back problems. Slowing down and slowing down SNAP may help these people.
- Control the movements of your hands and feet. Many people keep their hands away from the body too much.
- Ideally, your body should spiral up and down, with your head and torso up and the lower half of your body following.
- Side swimming, like frog swimming, is low pressure swimming. There is also a form of side swimming in which the movements of the scissors, the movements of raising and lowering the legs are performed in the distance, thus consuming less energy.
- Do not raise your head too high. Your cheeks should be flat on the water.
- The “pick the apple and put it in the basket” instruction to move the arm and arm in this type of swimming is still in force.