Freestyle teaching of American tennis coach — breathing practice

1. Split the water with the top of the head (keep the head in the right position).
2. Turn your shoulders.
3. Keep the head stable.
4. Air exchange when moving arms in the air.
The best way to learn a new skill is to focus on it and practice it often.
Next time you swim, focus on your shoulders and head position.
Like the four points in the previous video.
Your eyes should point between the surface and bottom of the pool.
If you raise your head too much, it will increase the resistance and make your lower body sink, which will cause more resistance.
If the head is too down,
The head and shoulders create too much resistance.
The rotation of the shoulders helps prevent injuries and catch more water,
You should do that every time you stroke.
The extension of one arm and the recovery of the other will allow the body to rotate naturally.
If you don’t breathe, your head should be completely still.
It could be a challenge,
Especially when the shoulders rotate correctly.
But if you focus on following the guide line at the bottom of the pool, it’s easier to keep your head still.
Good breathing time can significantly improve the stroke efficiency.
Breathing is short and fast, and the time should be less than the time of moving arms in the air.
The mouth should be slightly twisted up.
And only one side of the goggles is in the water.
If you turn your head too far, it will cause rhythm disorder, your arms will be forced to slow down, and your body will sink.
Remember to focus on one thing at a time.
To sum up, there are four points
1. Split the water with the top of the head (keep the head in the right position).
2. Turn your shoulders.
3. Keep the head stable.
4. Air exchange when moving arms in the air.